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prewarmachine

Finally riding a big boys bike
Apr 15, 2017
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Sounds like the Rococo started in 1898/1899. There was a similar badge that actually has American Bicycle Co on it that I found here on the Cabe. I'm guessing that was made right after the ownership change in 1900 maybe for 1901.
I guess I would have to say 1899 unless that "32" stamped by the seat post clamp means model 32, which is supposed to be a 1900 model. Maybe a 1900 G&J built before the company sold??
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prewarmachine

Finally riding a big boys bike
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Thanks for the photo! I'd say it's pretty well narrowed down to 1899 or 1900. Hopefully going to straighten this frame up and put some good wheels and everything else on it and make it another rider here some day soon. Thanks for all the input on this mystery!
 

prewarmachine

Finally riding a big boys bike
Apr 15, 2017
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I didn't get lucky enough to find the tag in the seat tube :(
Bricycle's model 32 has the Rococo. If I heard right, the Model 32 replaced the Model 26. I think I'm landing on 1899 or early 1900.
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