Chainguard ID

kingfish254

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Aug 31, 2009
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Historic Savannah
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I am pretty sure that your guard is an aftermarket guard from the 40s. It looks like there are multiple holes on the front brace so that it would fit more bikes. But it was a higher level guard. Maybe MacCauley? It looks like the non-ribbed version of this one. Many times these are attributed to Manton and Smith bikes.

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I am pretty sure that your guard is an aftermarket guard from the 40s. It looks like there are multiple holes on the front brace so that it would fit more bikes. But it was a higher level guard. Maybe MacCauley? It looks like the non-ribbed version of this one. Many times these are attributed to Manton and Smith bikes.

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this one is a wald "modern streamline", so i'd bet a dollar that the OP's is wald as well
 
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I am pretty sure that your guard is an aftermarket guard from the 40s. It looks like there are multiple holes on the front brace so that it would fit more bikes. But it was a higher level guard. Maybe MacCauley? It looks like the non-ribbed version of this one. Many times these are attributed to Manton and Smith bikes.

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Wow thanks, that's the shape of mine exactly.