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Posted 5 years ago


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A cool barn fresh bike! I dont know the exact year but it is within the 1890-1900 era. Wooded wheels and leather seat. Serial number 168789. Missing the chain guard. Awsome original emblem. Rear fender is also perfect. I would like to find out exact year and if there is a market for an item like this.

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  1. Kris, 5 years ago
    These bicycles are hit and miss with the market.
    Since it is a Women's cycle, it isn't worth as much as a Men's. I see it has the correct grips (wooden), sprocket, cranks and wheels. It even has the rear fender which is rare. Depending on the condition of the wheels, it is probably worth in the 500 dollar range
  2. Kris, 5 years ago
    On second thought, you could sell the grips (75), seat (150-200) pedals (75), wheels/tires (200), bars (75), fender (100) and frame/crank (150)
    separately and make some better money.
    Collectors hate cannibalizing but you make more

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