Auction Status: Closed

Welcome to Our February 2021 Auction

Auction opens: Monday, February 22, 2021 at 7:00 AM eastern (4:00 AM pacific)
Auction closed: Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 10:00 PM eastern (7:00 PM pacific)
We are featuring 427 lots of mostly insulators, but also go-withs, signs, bottles, ink bottles, postage stamps, fruit box labels, old auction catalogs and more. There are items for all budgets, with many lots starting at only $1.

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We no longer offer a layaway option. Winning bidders will have 30 days to pay for their purchases. No exceptions. Please do NOT bid on anything that you cannot pay for by March 28th. We DO accept credit card payments, if that helps you out.

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Too often, I find, itís easy to take the hard work and research of others for granted. While thousands of folks have made contributions to our hobby, I want to thank the following who, by their publications or by answering my questions, provided valuable assistance for this auction: Don Briel, Elton Gish, Dario DiMare, Bill Meier, Bob Berry, Lee Brewer, Dennis R. Weber, Jeff Hogan, Lou Hall, Bob Scafe, Brian Riecker, Curtis Erickson, Tim Wood, Doug Rusher, Leo Eubanks, Ray Klingensmith, and the National Insulator Association Website Gallery. And, of course, my heartfelt thanks to the twenty collectors who consigned items to this auction.

There are over 1,050 photographs in the auction. We hope youíll take time to look at the insulators, and bid if you are so inclined. If you have any questions, please donít hesitate to call or email.

Thank you,

Howard & Linda Banks
Redmond, Oregon