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    1894 Rouse Hazard & Company Bicycle Catalog With Bargain List Supplement. An original 1894 Rouse Hazard & Company catalog, 34 pages, 8vo (6" x 9.25"), paper wraps, stapled binding, illustrated with numerous line drawings of bicycles and bicycle parts, in very good condition. The Rouse Hazard Company was established in 1864 in Peoria, Illinois. At their Zenith they were a world-wide dealer and importer of bicycles. This catalog was their 15th and wonderfully details such models as the "Sylph", "Overland", "Rudge Scorcher Number One", and "Acme". Included is a "Special Bargain List" with special reductions on the select 1893 models such as the "Rob Roys", "Juno", and the "Rex Roadster". Both the catalog and supplement are in very good condition exhibiting only the slightest aging to the paper. An excellent resource for research and reference.

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    February, 2007
    26th-27th Monday-Tuesday
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