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Mitchell_PB_1_A.jpg
Mitchell_PB_1_A.jpgMitchell 1912108 viewsDESCRIPTION: Pressed brass threaded hub cap with a brass insert for a Mitchell automobile built in Racine, Wisconsin between the years of 1903 and 1923. From the information I have, this cap was used on the 1912 four cylinder front.
SIZE: The outside diameter of the cap is just under 3 1/4” on the bottom rib and the thread flange has an OD of about 2 7/8”. It is 2 ½” high with 3 7/16”- 16 threads. It is 2 7/16” across the flats.
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Chevrolet_Radiator_Badge_1925.jpg
Chevrolet_Radiator_Badge_1925.jpgChevrolet Radiator Badge 1925-1928108 viewsChvev 4 1924 1925 1926 1927 Chevrolet radiator shell badge

10 cm x 3.6 cm (4" x 1 1/2")
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Pope_Waverley_CFe_1_A.jpg
Pope_Waverley_CFe_1_A.jpgPope Waverley108 views Pope Waverly Electric antique automobile threaded screw on hubcap.It was manufactured in Indianapolis, Indiana between 1903-1907.
It is cast iron.
It is 2-3/4" OD and 1-1/2" high.
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Parry_NPPB_1_A.jpg
Parry_NPPB_1_A.jpgParry107 views Parry Auto antique threaded screw on hubcap.Manufactured in Indianapolis, IND from 1910-1912..
It is pressed brass w/ a brass insert.
It measures: 2-3/4" OD and 1-3/8" high.

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Pope_Waverley_CFe_1_C.jpg
Pope_Waverley_CFe_1_C.jpgPope Waverley107 viewshubcapper
Truxmore_Fe_1a.jpg
Truxmore_Fe_1a.jpgTruxmore107 viewsDimension:The Truxmore is cast iron cap 4 3/16" OD X 2 5/8" high with 4"-16 threads. It weighs 2 1/3 pounds.
Description:Truxmore was a third axle assembly built by Truck Equipment Company Inc., Buffalo, NY. starting in 1921. The third axle assemblies were installed on two axle trucks to increase load capacity.
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Hupmobile8_PA_1_A.jpg
Hupmobile8_PA_1_A.jpgHupmobile106 viewsDescription: Rare original Hupmobile 8 "spittoon" style screw-on threaded hubcap for wood spoked artillery wheels. The Hupmobile was built from 1908 to 1940 in Cleveland, OH and Detroit MI by the Hupp Motor Car Corp. The 8 cylinder engine was introduced in 1924 but I do not know exact year, model, or application for this cap.
Dimension: 4 7/8" wide by 3" high, 3 3/8" threads.
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Heine_Velox__CB_1b.jpg
Heine_Velox__CB_1b.jpgHeine Velox106 viewshubcapper
Tudhope_CA_1_A.JPG
Tudhope_CA_1_A.JPGTudhope, Canada, Face105 viewsThe Tudhope was built in Orillia Canada as the Tudhope McIntyre from 1908 -1909. In 1910 they purchased the rights to the American Everitt and the company was orginized as the Tudhope Motor Company Ltd. The first cars were called the Everitt Tudhope and the Everitt part of the name was dropped in 1912.
This cap has an outside diameter of 3 7/16" and is 2 3/8" high with 2 7/8"- 14 threads. It is 3" across the flats.
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Anglo-American_PS_1_A.jpg
Anglo-American_PS_1_A.jpgAnglo American Oil Co105 viewsDescription: This hubcap cap was made for vehicles used by the Anglo American Oil Company. Advertised vehicle ownership much the way that caps on horse drawn carts and railway wagons did.

Dimension: 3 1/4" diameter
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Reo_SB_1_A.jpg
Reo_SB_1_A.jpgReo 1905104 viewsDESCRIPTION: Heavy stamped brass threaded hub cap for a REO automobile built in Lansing, Michigan between the years of 1905 and 1936. My notes show this no name style cap as being used on the 1905 model.
SIZE: The hub cap measures about 2 7/8” on the rib or flange at the bottom of the thread flange. The main body OD is about 2.600” and it is 2 ¼” high with 2 ½”- 16 threads. The knurled rib is about 9/32” high.
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Duesenberg_NPPS_1_A.jpg
Duesenberg_NPPS_1_A.jpgDuesenberg103 viewsDESCRIPTION: Plated pressed steel threaded hub cap with a brass insert for a 1920s Duesenberg straight eight automobile fitted with Rudge Whitworth wire wheels.
SIZE: The cap has an outside diameter of 3 5/8” and is 1 3/16” high with 3 7/16”- 16 threads. It is just under 3 ¼” across the flats with a 2 ½” diameter insert.
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Hayes_Hupmobile_Insert_R_Model.jpg
Hayes_Hupmobile_Insert_R_Model.jpgHayes Insert #4 Hupmobile 103 viewsThe Hayes hub cap emblem was used on the model R Hupp series R-1 – R4 and also the R-6 between 1918 and 1921. It came in two sizes for a #4 and a #5 Hayes hub cap.The # 5 Hayes was used on the series R-1 & R-2 and the #4 Hayes was used on the R-3 thru R-4 & R-6 models.
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Chevrolet_Radiator_Badge_1929-31.jpg
Chevrolet_Radiator_Badge_1929-31.jpgChevrolet Radiator Badge 1929-31103 viewshubcapper
Hupmobile_PB_1_A.JPG
Hupmobile_PB_1_A.JPGHupmobile, USA, 1909 - 1913 model 20 Face102 viewsPressed brass hub cap for a model 20 Hupmobile. This style of cap is also found in cast aluminum and with a flat top instead of a domed top. Hupmobile used two different styles of caps interchangeably on the model 20. The early car advertising shows the larger diameter aluminum cap and this brass cap is the only one listed as a replacement in the parts books. The cap has an outside diameter of 2 1/2" and is 1 7/8" high with 2 1/8"-16 threads. It is 1 3/4" across the flathubcapper
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