|CD 151 HG : (Crown) N.A.T.Co. (F-Skirt) H.G.CO./PAT'D MAY 2 1893 (R-Skirt) PETTICOAT SDP
The CD 151 was a popular style for Hemingray, marketed as the "Western Union Double Petticoat". This style is unique for its double set of drip points, which appear on both the inner and outer skirts. Some of the pieces were also embossed on the crown with N.A.T.Co., (North American Telegraph Company); this is one such piece. What also makes this pictured piece distinct is its stamped embossing style on the lower skirt, making it likely one of the last molds to be produced for this style.