This large one-piece style, marketed as the "Perfect Transposition", is more commonly found with the H.G.Co. embossing (in stark contrast to CD 201). Transposition styles were used for swapping the positions of two lines. This would reduce the interference that would otherwise be caused by two lines running parallel to each other for too long a distance.
Another seldom seen embossing: CD 196 H.G.CO.  with "PATENT APPLIED FOR" embossed on the rear umbrella. One thumbnail chip on front skirt, one 2" no glass missing bruise behind the rear umbrella embossing. Amazingly all drip points are intact on the umbrella, several with underpoured bubbles. A couple drips with flakes on the bottom, and typical stress cracks in the threads. Priced below book value!
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