Title: This is a model illustrating the invention of the Kramer Low Down Short Turn GearDate/Period: Circa 1894Dimension: L: 45”; H: 20.5”Provenance:In 1894 former blacksmith and wagon maker William F. Kramer (1853-1908) of Dayton, Ohio patented a superior gear for wagons with a “drop center” body (such as milk, baker and butcher delivery carts). This new gear allowed these vehicles to turn on a much shorter radius than previously and eased delivery to urban areas.
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