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CD 100.5

Standing just 2 5/8" tall, the CD100.5 was
the smallest glass pintype insulator made
in North America.

Its principal use was as a mid-span
transposition insulator in long distance
telephone circuits, where four of these
were mounted on a special lightweight

This specimen was retired from service by
a lineman/collector in Coahoma county.