Value of Monarch from 1910-1920


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faith4good

On Training Wheels
Sep 5, 2018
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Kokomo
#1
Hello, Can you help me value this bicycle? I believe it's from the 1910's with wooden rims. It's' not complete. No badge, but I believe it's a Monarch frame.
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Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Jul 14, 2009
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Evans, GA
#2
Can we see a pic from the chain ring side? Any 'ghosting' of where the badge was? Badge hole spacing/orientation? Pic of rear hub? What makes you think Monarch? Stem, seat, hubs? are making me think early 30s and not Monarch. V/r Shawn
 
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Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Jul 14, 2009
16,024
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Evans, GA
#7
According to the Wheelmen site I'm not seeing anything badged as a Monarch past 1902. I believe this is well past that and I also believe these TOC badged Monarchs also had actual head badges and not a decal/transfer. This looks to possibly be a juvenile model. Chain ring looks Westfield to me. If this is a TOC bike it has had nearly everything changed out to include seat, pedals, fender, stem, and bars. I would also think the chain ring and crank were changed too. Again why do you think this is Monarch? V/r Shawn
 
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Archie Sturmer

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jun 13, 2018
235
158
Los Angeles, CA, USA
#11
Did Westfield at one time use the moniker of the former monarchy?
2nd that chain ring looks Westfield; if it has a drive pin, then it may be even newer - than the double-D drive design.
 

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