Major Taylor Bike

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pelletman

I live for the CABE
The Worcester Historical Society claims this bike is attributed to Major Taylor. Anyone have any idea what it is?

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corbettclassics

I live for the CABE
Looks like the last 4 letters are "ronn"

Might be an "L" two letters before the "R"

Need to study this one a little more when I have some time. ( French bike?? )
 

filmonger

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
In Memoriam
Not sure what it is.

Possibly the Worchester Telegram might have something in the newspaper archives - most likely in their daily. weekly bicycling column 1890's.
 
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filmonger

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
In Memoriam
LOL... I know you guys have been through this aspect. Just sayin that .... the the letter before what looks loke the fist ( n ) - just might be an ( s ) and what looks like the second ( n ) might be an ( o ) the last letter being the n and a big paint chip after. Still leaves the issue of no underline graphic though. Maybe not the best theory. Still......
 

66TigerCat

I live for the CABE
Several bicycles have surfaced that have been attributed to Taylor but all lack proof beyond the current owners word. It would be hard to prove. I'm not suggesting that the Worcester Historical Society is making false claims but I wonder if there is documentation with that bike. If it did belong to Taylor it would be very valuable, IMO.
 
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