Posted - 06/06/2016 : 07:54:19
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ca. 1887 Unknown maker (possibly a Peugeot or Ormonde) Cross Frame Hard Tire Safety bicycle. Hinged steering head, brake spoon to front wheel with hand brake lever and all linkages, coasting pegs on front fork blades, forged spade type oil lamp bracket as part of top handle bar stem clamp, original pedals, crank bracket is adjustable to adjust chain tension, wide block chain, 29" front and 30" rear wheels, rims are skinny for 5/8" or 3/4" solid tires, hubs are for radial spokes that are all missing. Frame has rusted through on one side of the rear frame stay and would need to be sleeved and brazed together. Good project to save this early hard tire safety bicycle. $3000
ca. 1896 CAPITOL ladies wood rimmed 28" pneumatic tire bicycle. Very complete original untouched example. Has wood rear fender and wood chain guard, cork grips and very ornate and intricate hand painted gold designs at about every frame and fork junction and pin striping as well. The head badge reads: E. I. HORSMAN - CAPITOL - NEW YORK U.S.A. I have researched and found there was a Edward Imeson Horsman from New York that owned the Horsman Company that was a wholesale retailer business about this time and was also a well known doll manufacturing business producing Horsman Dolls but that is about as far as I have gotten. I can only find CAPITAL models listed in Adam's book but not spelled the same as this bicycle brand. $2500
1891 48" Farringdon Rational high wheel bicycle. 48" front wheel and 22" rear wheel. Tangential spoke patterns front and rear. Barn find condition. Cool looking with large 22" rear wheel and would ride very smoothly.
1888 Columbia Veloce HTS, the first HTS produced by The Pope Mfg Co. 30" front wheel and 31" rear wheel as originally fitted. Restored. RARE MACHINE, $15,000
1889 50" SPRINGFIELD ROADSTER HIGH WHEEL SAFETY, $17,000 (SOLD)
1896-7 BARNES WHITE FLYER TANDEM WITH LEBRUTUS NO. 2 SINGLE CYLINDER ENGINE, $11,500
50" Standard Columbia high wheel bicycle, barn find, $5,500
1888 56" Victor everything nickel even the rims (except backbone painted black), older restoration, $9000
1892 sprung fork Victor Model C CTS, older restoration, $11,500
1892 sprung fork Victor Model C HTS full nickel plating(even the rims) a little dull from storage in dry place and just needs a light hand polishing, older restoration, Lucas lamp shown NOT INCLUDED, $14,000 (SOLD)
1893-94 Elliott Racer in full nickel plating, missing cranks and pedals, $5000 (See Photos in separate posting titled Information wanted on a Elliott Racer).
1893 G&J Rambler Man's safety, all paint and nickel plating done, needs proper 28" single tube tires then ready to ride, $3000
1896 Victor safety, full paint/nickel plate, needs correct tires and chain, $5,000 (See Photo on this posting).
1893 Elliott Hickory man's, unrestored, $3000
1893 Elliott Hickory, ladies model, elliptical crank sprocket, unrestored, $5000
1887 50" Columbia Expert, rideable, $5000
1892 Columbia Ladies PTS, 28" tangential spoked wheels, pneumatic tire rims with valve stem hole, front fork scissors suspension, barn find condition, $5500
1889 50" Eagle Roadster high wheel safety, original 100% complete and solid, $13,000
1889 50" Eagle Roadster high wheel safety. Surface rust original barn find, $9000 (SOLD)
1889 50" Springfield Roadster high wheel safety, surface rust, $9,000
1885 42" Facile high wheel safety, complete and rideable but would suggest new tiring be installed. $18,000
1891-92 48" Star high wheel safety, older restoration, needs repair on front of two hollow frame members, roller bearing rear hub, late forward arced handlebars, complete, $12,000
1890 HARTFORD ladies HTS, radial spoke pattern, needs 1" tires and seat leather, all parts there, very good condition and after installation of new tires and greasing, it will be ready to ride, $6500
1890 Lozier & Yost The Giant No. 4 HTS. Rare to find HTS with unique front fork suspension. $15,000 (SOLD)
1889 39 X 24 STAR high wheel safety. Very rare machine. I restored this bicycle 36 years ago and it still looks fantastic. Arguably the best riding of all the STAR models as it's smaller rear wheel allows good hill climbing capability and larger 24" front wheel rolls quite smoothly over bumpy conditions. Gives that classic STAR look yet is easy to mount and control. $18,000
I have other high wheel bicycles, CTS, HTS bicycles, high wheel safeties, tandems and TOC pneumatic tire bicycles available.
Oil burning hub lamps in various sizes to fit varying wheel sizes, early box style oil burning head lamps for high wheel and HTS safeties, high wheel and HTS hub mounted cyclometers, front axle mounted TOC safety cyclometers and one model with a bell that rings every mile travelled, hill & tolman brake spoon mounted front wheel driven high wheel bell, handlebar bells for high wheel and safety bicycles, and sundries like whistles, oil cans, wrenches, advertising pins, etc, etc.
All pieces range from the 1880-1910 year range which I have concentrated on collecting for 40+ years.
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Mike Cates, CA.
Edited by - Mike Cates on 11/18/2017 20:23:25