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Default Motorcycle Horn?

I’ve never seen a horn like this one and it appears to be foot operated by the way the plunger is. Being foot operated makes me think it would be for a motorcycle. It’s a Sparks Withington “Sparton” horn. Anyone else ever seen one like this?
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I think you are blowing your own horn....lol:
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It looks like what's known in the UK as a klaxon. They were fitted to cars and lorries in earlier times.

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