11th March 1920 (No Comments)
This is an Antique, Columbia, Westfield Ladies Safety Bicycle with a Nice Cad Metal Covered Wooden Rims. She’s an Elegant, Old, Bicycle, Restored as Found with Patina intact. From My Research, I Believe it to be a Columbia Westfield and maybe Considered a Safety Bicycle from early 1900′s to the early 1930′s. The Seat Tube Decal is Pope Westfield Mfg.
This Bicycle has the Original Ladies Leather Saddle and it Looks Like the Saddle Reads “Laclede”. The Saddle is Ripped on the Back and has Homemade Stitching Holding Parts of it together. Regardless, it’s Still a Lovely Old Saddle. The Nickel Plating on this Bicycle is Quite Nice and the Grips are Wooden. It has a West Field Crank, Sprocket, and Bottom Bracket, Skiptooth 1 inch Pitch Chain. It has Nice, Original, Metal Covered, Wooden Rims that have a Gothic Peak Unlike all the other Cad Covered Wheels I have seen. The Wheels are 28″x 1 1/2″ and take a Tubular Tube and Tire in One. These Tires are Solid and Excellent for Show. It has a Really Nice, Rebuilt, Early, New Departure Model A Hub. This is the First Model A I’ve ever seen with Coaster Brake. This Amazing Columbia Westfield Ladies Bicycle is Rebuilt, Cleaned, and Sealed. This Bicycle would Be Perfect For a Collection, Conversation or Decoration.