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sqrly

Wore out three sets of tires already!
For now I will add the combination, then after I get maker badge list I will regroup the sprockets by maker and list badges known associated with particular design. how does that sound.

More sprockets to come in a few days.

Updated #18 20 30 35 elgin to iver and first post shelby
 

babyjesus

I live for the CABE
For now I will add the combination, then after I get maker badge list I will regroup the sprockets by maker and list badges known associated with particular design. how does that sound.

More sprockets to come in a few days.

Updated #18 20 30 35 elgin to iver and first post shelby

Wow so cool.

I have the same cotter pin raliegh on my gran sport racer. It's pretty darn rare and cool. (it was on the first page somewhere half way down)
 

Iverider

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
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Elgin (You were right the first time around)

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Iver Johnson (rectangular slot instead of round hole)
 
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babyjesus

I live for the CABE
Here are some I have.

Wow -beautiful and you have 2 at the front which look like the CCM 'bean' one.

Some of those are just amazing. Do you ever sell those? I can see so many I'd
be interested in.

They look great the way you have them hung with teeth almost touching, they look
like interlocked gears. And the tank is very pretty too.

If ever you sell anything in that pic............
 

catfish

Riding an Alexander Rocket Bike
None for sale.


Wow -beautiful and you have 2 at the front which look like the CCM 'bean' one.

Some of those are just amazing. Do you ever sell those? I can see so many I'd
be interested in.

They look great the way you have them hung with teeth almost touching, they look
like interlocked gears. And the tank is very pretty too.

If ever you sell anything in that pic............
 

MOTOmike

Finally riding a big boys bike
Post 3 of 10

The sprocket you have listed as a " Fauber ? " is seen on Cyrus bikes.

There is a good photo of the Cyrus sprocket on an older post on the CABE. Here is the link (hopefully it works).

http://thecabe.com/vbulletin/showth...anufacturing-Co-Just-acquired&highlight=cyrus

This thread is titled " Cyrus-Great Western Manufacturing Co. Just acquired " in case the link does not work.

Mike



Post 3 of 10
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Elgin and Hawthorn

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Shelby?

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Huffman

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Pope

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Chicago Cycle/Century

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Westfield

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Westfield?

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Mead

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Fauber?

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Elgin
 

sqrly

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Have some more to post.

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1 Unknown I believe it to be for an Iver Johnson 14" wheel childrens bike.

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2 Unknown

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3 Davis Sewing Machine Co, Used on various badged, Davis made bikes.
Teens era Sears Master, Possibly an Elgin, I saw what looked to be this sprocket in an Elgin Redbird camel back style frame of 1937 advertisement. Was hard to tell for sure if it was this sprocket in the picture.

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4 Rollfast

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5 Unknown

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6 Miami, has been seen in a 1914ish Miami womans bike with wood wheels. Has also been seen on an Emblem mens bike. Also, there is a very similar version that is a bit smaller, without the four small holes and smaller teardrop holes positioned a bit farther from the outside that is on an Emblem womans bike. Also been seen on a Mead, Cossagn 20's mens bicycle that was sold be Copak for the Pedaling History Museum.

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7 Dayton

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8 Unknown

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9 This style used by Westfield Mfg. on some Columbia Models from the 20's up until 1941. In the later years only on some Ladies/Girls models. Info courtesy of Mr Columbia. Thank you. Also Mead bikes.

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10 Unknown
 
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sqrly

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Are both of the first two emblem brand or is one different brand?

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1 Emblem?

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2. Henderson Advertisement showing this sprocket was published in "Schwinn Bicycles" Motorbooks international publishers and wholesalers, on page 40. Henderson is one of many nameplate used by Arnold, Schwinn and Co.

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3. Manton Smith

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4. Elgin

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5. Unknown

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6. Admiral Advertisement showing this sprocket was published in "Schwinn Bicycles" Motorbooks international publishers and wholesalers, on page 27. Admiral is one of many nameplates used by Schwinn Co.

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7. Unknown, The crank arm is diamond shape cross section, bearing cone looks to be holding sprocket to crank, there is "94" raised number on end of drive peg, maybe 1894?

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8. Colson
 
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sqrly

Wore out three sets of tires already!
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1. Browning, 2 speed for BMX racing. Never caught on.

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2. Mongoose, Grand Prix, UK only model

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3. Mongoose, correct on moto-mag, Also stamped Sugino.

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4. Drive, very three dimensional.

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5. Hawthorn/Wards/Rollfast Top Drag

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6. Roadmaster

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7. Unknown

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8. Three Arrows Used by AMF/Roadmaster

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9. Huffy
 
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sqrly

Wore out three sets of tires already!
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1 Bianchi

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2. Unknown

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3 J.C. Higgins

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4-5 Norman---British--used on sport 3 speed

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6 Unknown

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7 Unknown These seem to be found on many British bikes.

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8 Suntour Cycloid

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9. Durham, 1970's
 
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MrColumbia

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
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9 Unknown





#9 unknown from this group was a style used by Westfield Mfg. on some Columbia Models from the 20's up until 1941. In the later years only on some Ladies/Girls models.
 

sqrly

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Thanks, that explains why I have seen similar on some girls Indians.
 

Nickinator

Riding my '38 Deluxe Bluebird
Are both of the first two emblem brand or is one different brand?

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1 Emblem?

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2 Emblem?

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3 Manton Smith

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4 Elgin

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5 Unknown

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6 Unknown

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7 Unknown, The crank arm is diamond shape cross section, bearing cone looks to be holding sprocket to crank, there is "94" raised number on end of drive peg, maybe 1894?

The first 2 look like sears chief sprockets
 
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