Hemingray Insulator Profile: CD 185.2  
This insulator was just unearthed in May 2008 at the Hemingray Dump, with an unpunched hole, pretty much proving it is of Hemingray manufacture. It is believed "B.E.L.Co." may stand for the Belmont Electric Light Company, as these were found in service in the Belmont district of Philadelphia, PA. A similar threadless spool type insulator, CD 1110, was also used and may also have been manufactured by Hemingray. 

Dimensions: 2 3/4" H x 2 3/4" W
Years Produced:
Rarity Scale (1-10): Extremely Rare (9)
Known Embossing Collapse
B.E.L.CO. [010] (F-Above wire groove) B.E.L.Co. SB < WANTED! 

The following embossings were removed from the price guide because they could not be verified to exist:

Unverified Embossings
Year Removed

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Insulator photo courtesy of Bob Berry of the National Insulator Association, and used with permission.

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