I collect bottles and insulators. Where can I find out how much there worth
You can always email me a photo or go on to ICON (www.insulators.info) a website for insulator collectors. There is also a price guide that is published every 4 years that is very thorough. I have been collecting insulators since 1967. Love em.
I have loved insulators since A kid . Now I just have the avg whitehall & hemingray clear & I can’t move them because of the idiots discoloring them & selling them at high prices for a ruined, discolored, insulator. I wish I knew where they get their early rarities to discolor. might as well give up on them for a few years until buyers realize they’ve been taken & purchased frauds.
Any idea where this is at or is it still going strong??
I think that everything typed was very logical. But, think
about this, suppose you added a little information? I mean, I don’t want to tell you
how to run your website, but suppose you added something to maybe
grab folk’s attention? I mean Insulators | American Bottle Auctions is kinda boring.
You could peek at Yahoo’s front page and note how they create article headlines
to get viewers to click. You might add a video or a picture or two
to grab people excited about what you’ve written. In my opinion, it
might bring your blog a little bit more interesting.
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