Front driver "French" bicycle or boneshaker made in 1869. Bicycle made by W. Killingworth Hedges at the Erith Iron Works, Kent in 1869. It was a copy of the first bicycle driven by cranks attached to the front wheel built by Michaux in Paris in 1861.
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overall (estimate): 1000 x 2000 x 500 mm
- Killingworth Hedges
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