Six glass insulators including at the back row left and right, the ubiquitous Hemingray insulators (made in the U.S.A.), at the center a Folembray insulator (“T” pattern) made in France and found in a flea market in Uruguay.

In the front row from left to right another Hemingray , an Armstrong and another Folembray.

Most of them were of the type used by the Telégrafo Nacional of Uruguay