I just picked these up from a 3 hour round trip away. They measure 25 inches and are in incredible condition for the age. I am guessing they were restored to some degree a while ago but the spokes are fairly crusty with rust. They are almost perfectly round. I was going to put them on my 1890s National Sewing Machine bike but of course the axle is much more narrow than the original. Can some of you please give me an opinion as to whether I should piece together things to make these work or just keep looking for others for the bike. I think I can fabricate a new axle but am not sure if the threads are one of those non-standard types that will be unfindable - will check at the hardware store tomorrow since I just got them today and store closed. My bike originally had two 32 spoke rims but I am fine with using the 29 spoke if I can make it work. I would rather that than new rims with the original hubs I think but am I crazy? Would 29 spoke look decent or are those only for earlier 1870-80 bikes? The 1/4 inch wide sprocket is what I need so at least that would work.