Iver Johnson?

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    Kinda outta my element here. I suspect it's an IJ . Can anyone enlighten me? 20180526_172135.jpg 20180526_172140.jpg 20180526_172149.jpg
     
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    Not Iver, I'm sure someone here knows what it is
    though. Very distinct features.
     
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    No Badge Holes?????????
     
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    Yes. I'll take more pics shortly
     
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    Don't know the manufacturer.............................but I do know I like that chainring !! Pete in Fitchburg
     
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    IF Not,,,Buy a TOC Badge that Fits the Holes and Call It Something!!!!!:D
    That's What I Did,,,,and Many Cabers Do!!! That's Right!!
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    After Oddballs picture, and silence, I searched his posts and found pics of this one with the some Sprocket. Remnants of headtube decal say Indian Cycles. But hours of searching Indian pics haven't produced another. KGrHqIOKjQE3bewueiBOFRPhPYbw0_3.JPG
     
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    A few manufacturers used that dropout style in the 1890’s and you don’t see it very often after the turn of the century. There was a bike for sale on here not too long ago with similar drop outs. I know Remington was one of the manufacturers. The frame/dropouts and crank suggest turn of the century but the deep fenders would be late teens-20’s and look to have been added later on.
     
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    Great links!
     
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    Try www.thewheelmen.org , I'm sure they can i.d. it , I agree the fenders are a later replacement
     
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