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The 'Globe' tractor in post 11 is an Allis Chalmers 10-18, without the smaller gasoline tank mounted over the main tank.
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If you want old papers more, this is not problem for me I have
five or ten other
Dear Christophe, Do you have any date on the Huber paper?

I assume our Huber Light four come via France, Could you send me a proper copy
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Hello, for Marcel some Rumely 16/30 and 12/20 are coming to France for ploughing-show with many other european and american constructor; Tunis in 1916, Senlis 1919 and Chartres 1920. See next picture, original program (Chartres)

Tome 1 (see Tome 2)
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Tome 2

Tome 1, you can see cover of program, here you can see Rumely
in the list of concurrents.

See Tome 3
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Tome 3

Other ploughing-test : Senlis (Oise) north of Paris 1919
See cover from program and Rumely in the list (see red round)

See Tome 4
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Tome 4

See red round with Rumely


See Tome 5 (the end)
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Tome 5 (the end of Rumely Story)

Ploughing-test 1916 in Tunis (in France) : colonisation

See cover from original news-paper
and Rumely plough-result (red round)
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For George, Oil king come to France for test-ploughing in Noisy-le-Grand (Marne) spring 1916 but not 12/27
he was one 18/35 . (see red round). The importer was Butterosi syndicate near Paris . On second adverts you can see :
old reliable 60
Oil king 35
Litttle devil 22
and 12/20


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Tome 2 (end)

Oil king on news-paper, see date 1918 june
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Christophe,

You are doing great to show your fantastic advertisements.

Sure that was a lot fantastic stuff in France a long time ago.


About the American tractors in Holland.
Working on a new Dutch thread and hope to start posting the next of december about the American steel wheeled tractors in Holland a long time ago.

I don’t have the old advertisments like you have.
But i do have a coople fantastic pictures and storys about the American steel wheeled tractors in Holland.

Its still to busy overhere for posting it yet already,

So stay watching yours.


Keep on posting your fantastic advertisements,

Chris,
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Salut Christophe, Il y a aussi des photos des démonstrations?
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Dear Christophe, Do you have any date on the Huber paper?

I assume our Huber Light four come via France, Could you send me a proper copy
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Hi Tore I don't know date of Huber but I have found a big lot of 1918/1919/1920 adverts and Huber was in this lot ?

This Huber advert is just the cover of small 4 pages catalog and if you want see all please wait, David Parfitt have all and probably send this on Steel-Wheels.net maybe "tractor literature" or a new name "steel wheels tractors adverts"?

For Aultmann-Taylor, I have many demonstration pictures but not with Rumely and Oil King.
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Christophe,

They don't have to be from the american tractors.
I like french ones as well: Tourand latil or the czech praga or anything old
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Good evening, other pictures about american tractor sold in France by the name "Le Gaulois" and one Swiss made Blanc & Paiche.
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You like american tractors ?

Under you can see Nilson and Gray
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Sexton and early Henry Ford tractors
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Amanco (Waterloo boy R model) and Holt 75
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Parrett sold in France with the name : "Le Perroquet" (Parrot)
and RIP
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Avery 5/10 and GO Tractor sold in France by Sizaire & Naudin one car constructor
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Fantastic !!!!!!!!!.

I knew there was a giant fleet of American tractors in France.

100 years ago America / Canada was nuts about France.
I called Canada also America because its also North America.

Huge agricultural decitions where always taken between France and America.

The Spirit of St Louis with the Great Mr Charles Lindberg coult also fly to London, Bruxels, Madrid, ore Amsterdam. !!!!
But he din’t he went to Paris !!!!.

The there was an fantastic legendairy musical Called .

An American in Paris
Show a a legendairy music song out of it.
I got Rhythm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvglHa_P9BA

Why it was an American in Paris??. Not an American in London, Bruxels ore Amsterdam ??

Wel it dus’t fit.
Only an American in Paris makes it intresting to bring the theators full with public at that time.

Etc Etc Etc.

There was somthing between them.
Somthing special.


Christoph the treasure advertisment of you are fantastic.
It brings the old memories back from that time.

There is no betters symbolic poster advertismend as i show you now.
On this old poster advertisment you can see the specialty between France an America with symbolic between them the Statue of Liberty.


This advertismend shows the best / very good that both France and America thaught at that time that the hole world only turned arround them and with the Statue of Liberty between them as a special gift from France to America.

Christoph keep up the posting.
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