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I am looking for an identification

If someone have any information about this machine, help me please.

I would be very happy if we will find more information together.

Thank you very much

Robert Štěrba

Safety identification
Safety identification
Safety identification
Safety identification
Safety identification
Safety identification

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Gert-Jan Moed - an owner Velorama museum

„About the hard tyred safety, with the nice front springs and cast iron.

For me it's 100 % not a English or French bicycle.

For me it's from the Austrian Monarchi ore Germany.

It's a great bicycle.“

Gertjan

 

Nicholas Clayton - One of the best expert of Bicycle history

„Robert,You know I am not an expert on safety bicycles, however this seems to fit a description of Marriott & Cooper's 'Humber Dwarf Safety No 1 Roadster' in H.H.Griffin 'Bicycles & Tricycles of the year 1887' p.46 apart from the mention of 'center steering'. There is no picture and I do not have a M&C catalogue for 1887. I will try to find more information, it is certainly a most interesting machine. Marriott & Cooper split from Humber in 1885 but retained the rights to use the name Humber. I think Rudge manufactured their machines at this time.“

Nick 

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