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Cole_NPPB_2_A.jpg
Cole_NPPB_2_A.jpgCole88 views• Description; Nickel plated pressed brass threaded hub cap for a Cole automobile built in Indianapolis, Indiana between the years of 1909 and 1925. I believe this is an early cap.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of 3 7/8” and is 2” high with 3 7/16”- 16 threads. It is 2 1/16” across the flats.
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Cole_NPPB_3_A.jpg
Cole_NPPB_3_A.jpgCole85 viewsThis is an early Cole threaded hubcap, probably 1910-1912 vintage. Made of brass, needs a little cleanup, pretty good shape, see pic. Hubcap has perfect threads that have a 4 5/8" diameter and is 2" high. Cole autos were made from 1909 - 1925 in Indianapolisfrank
Cole_NPPB_3_C.jpg
Cole_NPPB_3_C.jpgCole71 viewsUnderneathfrank
Cole_NPPB_4_A.jpg
Cole_NPPB_4_A.jpgCole89 views• DESCRIPTION: Nickel plated pressed brass threaded hub cap for a Cole automobile built in Indianapolis, Indiana between the years of 1909 and 1925. I believe this is an early cap because of the style of the script and a rear wheel cap because of the size.

SIZE: The cap has an outside diameter of 5 ¼”” and is 1 15/16” high with 4 3/4”- 16 threads. It is 2 5/16” across the flats.
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Cole_NPPB_5_A.jpg
Cole_NPPB_5_A.jpgCole90 viewsDescription: NPPB threaded Cole hubcap

Size:Threads are aprox 3 3/8" diameter. Measures at aprox 2" in height.
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Cole_NPPB_5_B.jpg
Cole_NPPB_5_B.jpgCole74 viewsSide viewfrank
Columbia.jpg
Columbia.jpgColumbia 1903 103 viewsfrank
Columbia_205_nz_electric.jpg
Columbia_205_nz_electric.jpgColumbia Electric Vehicle Co102 viewsfrank
Columbia_Electric_Vehicle_Coy_CB_1_A.jpg
Columbia_Electric_Vehicle_Coy_CB_1_A.jpgColumbia & Electric Vehicle Company153 views• Description; Very rare cast brass threaded hub cap for The Electric Vehicle Company in New York. This company was founded by Isaac Rice for the purpose of manufacturing Hansom cabs. The Electric Vehicle Company was purchased by William Collins in 1899 and the cars were given the name Columbia. I believe this cap would be from the 1899 period as it notes on the face that it was “Made By Columbia & Electric Vehicle Co. For Electric Vehicle Co., New York”. I assume this to mean that it was made by both companies before the complete change over to the name Columbia and was used on an Electric Vehicle. This is a very heavy cap weighing just over four pounds.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of 4 3/8” and is 3 ¼” high with 3 ¼”- 18 threads.
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Columbia_Motor_Car_PB_1_A.jpg
Columbia_Motor_Car_PB_1_A.jpgColumbia Motor Car (Gasoline)191193 views• Description; Pressed brass threaded hub cap for a Columbia automobile built in Hartford, Connecticut between the years of 1897 and 1913 by The Pope Manufacturing Company. This cap is likely from a gasoline powered vehicle rather then an electric because when the company name was changed to The Columbia Motor Car Co. in 1909, there were five gasoline models and only two electrics being produced. The note on the inside of this cap says it is a rear cap for a 1911. I am not positive of the application.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of just under 4 1/8” and is 3 7/16” high with 3 15/16” -16 threads.
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Columbia_NPPS_1_A.jpg
Columbia_NPPS_1_A.jpgColumbia105 views• Description; Nickel plated pressed steel threaded hub cap for a Columbia Six automobile built in Detroit, Michigan between the years of 1916 and 1924.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of 2 7/8” and is just under 2 1/8” high with 2 9/16”- 16 threads.
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Columbia_NPPS_1_B.jpg
Columbia_NPPS_1_B.jpgColumbia77 viewsSidefrank
Columbia_SB_1_A.jpg
Columbia_SB_1_A.jpgColumbia89 viewsThe is a stamped brass threaded hub cap for the Columbia Automobile made in Detroit between 1914 and 1924.

It measures 2 7/8" diameter and 2 1/16" tall. Thread diameter is 2 5/8"
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Columbia_SB_1_B.jpgColumbia 75 viewssidefrank
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corbin_1910.jpgCorbin97 viewsBelieved to be the Corbin as entered by Joe Matson for the 1910 VanderBilt Cup races, at that time with a 6 cyl. Corbin engine. The incomplete chassis was located by the famous George Waterman of R.I, USA and remained in his collection untill sold to another collector.frank
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