Are these 1st decade Schwinn forks?

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    Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline

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    This is the fork on my '98. What does the badge look like? V/r Shawn

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    No badge on bike and holes are in same spots for screws as yours.
     
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    I believe my bike to be 1901-2
     
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    What is the serial # and where is it located? Mine pictured below--13678. V/r Shawn

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    Shawn I thought the numbers were right where yours were but upon further inspection they seem to not be numbers and more like scrapes. I can not find any numbers stamped on frame. Do you know of anywhere I may have missed them on frame? Also the bottom bracket is a Fauber with threaded cups.
     
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    Doesn't sound like a Schwinn to me. Might want to post up pics of the entire bike to see if someone can identify it. V/r Shawn