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Velie_NPPB_1_A.jpgVelie168 views
• Description; Nickel plated heavy brass threaded hub cap with a brass insert for an early Velie automobile built in Moline, Illinois between the years of 1909 – 1929.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of just over 3 7/8” and is 1 ½” high with 3 7/16”- 16 threads.
McLaughlin_PA_2_C.jpgMcLaughlin75 viewshubcapco
Allen_PS_1_B.jpgAllen107 viewsPressed steel - very heavy pittinghubcapco
Studebaker_PA_7_c.jpgStudebaker74 viewshubcapco
Buffalo_Chandler_CB_1_C.jpgChandler97 viewshubcapco
Buick_CB_5_B.jpgBuick 1915104 viewshubcapco
Brown_NPPB_1_A.jpgBrown144 views. The cap has 22 threads per inch which is English Whitworth fine thread. The Brown cars were built by Brown Brothers Ltd in London between the years of 1901 and 1911. After 1909 they were marketed as the Albruna. Brown Brothers also built the Valveless between 1908 and 1915 and the Dodson between 1910 and 1913. The book “British Car Factories From 1896” shows that David Brown Gear Industries Ltd. Was “formed in 1860 as a manufacturer of wooden patterns for gears and soon developed into a gear manufacturer.” It goes on to say that “car production ended in 1915 as the company concentrated its efforts on the production of heavy gears for the Royal Navy”. This could explain why the gear motif was on the face of the hub cap as the company was always involved with gears.hubcapco
Holmes_Series_4.jpgHolmes76 viewsThis 1922 Holmes Series 4 with air-cooled, 32-horsepower six, was manufactured in Canton, Ohio, from 1918-1923.
Handley_Knight_Radiator_Badge.jpgHandley Knight125 viewsRadiator badge from a Handley-Knight made by Handley Motors Inc, Kalamazoo, Mich 1921-23.. Bought out by Checker Cab in 1923hubcapco
Fox_NPPB_1_B.jpgFox96 viewshubcapco

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Le_Gui_1A.jpgLe Gui 281 viewsThe car was built between the years of 1904 and 1916, in Italy as the Guy and in France as the Le Gui. It was also known in England as the Millard-Le Gui after one of the importers who handled it.
The cap is cast brass with a copper insert and has an OD of 2.680” X 1 1/8” high. It is 2 ¼” across the flats and the OD of the threads is 2.160”
frankMar 08, 2015
Massey_Ferguson__1_b.jpgMassey Ferguson174 viewshubcapcoMar 27, 2012
Massey_Ferguson__1_A.jpgMassey Ferduson147 viewsThe Massey Fergson cap is cast brass with an OD of 2” X 1 17/32” high and external threadshubcapcoMar 27, 2012
Valveless_PB__1_A.jpgValveless (Dodson)153 viewsDescription: A pressed brass cap for a Valveless : Lucas Valveless 1901-1914. At the 1911 Olympia Show they shared a stand with the David Brown sponsored Dodson car and in one list they were known as Dodson Valveless

Dimension: The Valveless cap is pressed brass and has an OD of 3” X 1 7/16” high
hubcapcoMar 26, 2012
ArrolJohnston_caps.jpgArrol Johnston202 viewsFour caps of various stages of AJ production including the Arrol Aster.

Located in Dumfries museum
hubcapcoMar 07, 2012
Biddle_CB_3_C.jpgBiddle148 viewshubcapcoFeb 17, 2012
Biddle_CB_3_B.jpgBiddle150 viewshubcapcoFeb 17, 2012
Biddle_CB_3_A.jpgBiddle 1915-1923162 viewsDescription: Biddle Motor Car Co, Philadelphia, Pa. A small luxury car featuring a pointed radiator similar to a Mercedes.

Measures: 2 3/4in top 1 1/8 in height. threads are 2 1/2inside.Riivited plate of brass the cap body looks to be nickel plate The weight is 1/2lb.

hubcapcoFeb 17, 2012
Kissel_Aftermarket_wire_Wheel_1_C.jpgKissel151 views3-5/8" outside diameter threadhubcapcoDec 19, 2011
Kissel_Aftermarket_wire_Wheel_1_A.jpgKissel160 views3-5/8" outside diameter threadhubcapcoDec 19, 2011