Collecting Insulators in New Zealand

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"Collecting Insulators in New Zealand is more than just a collector's handbook. It is also a social history, dealing extensively with the introduction of telegraph and phone systems in New Zealand from the late 1860's onward and with power reticulation just over 100 years ago - and all the problems associated with both."--TLS website.
 

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Contents

Preface 8 1 Beginnings 10 2 The first telegraph lines17 3 Mystery items 31 4 The Siemens story 41 5 The Varley salt glaze saga 50 6 The Cordeaux ...
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Steatite Porcelain 85 14 Doulton Industries86 15 E O A and V S M fushackles 87
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British and European items of unknown make
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Insulators made of polymer telenduron composite
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or plastic 97 20 North American imports 104 21 Canadian Porcelain Co 110 22 Ohio Brass112 23 Other foreign imports 121 24 N G K high voltage...
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Where to find information about collecting
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