Hi, I'm looking for info if you have it. I think I must have stumbled into a very rare bike. It is from the "Elgin Sewing Machine And Bicycle Company" in Elgin Illinois. I can only find that the company did exist from 1896-99, and that they also produced bicycles for 2 years of the 4. I also found one print ad picture online, but nothing more about their bicycles. The model name is "Gunning" with an ad slogan of "We are Gunning for you". The frame, handle bars, and fork tubing is fluted or corrugated. The head badge is very elaborate, but there are no wheels or fenders on it. I worked on my own and others bikes when younger and would not hesitate to take on a restoration, but I know zero about antique bikes and any info about it or it's possible value would be very helpful.