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Iron Age. 1836-1911. 75 Years. Farm And Garden Implements. Bateman Manufacturing Company, Grenloch, New Jersey

Iron Age. 1836-1911. 75 Years. Farm And Garden Implements.

Bateman Manufacturing Company, Grenloch, New Jersey

Publication: Bateman Manfacturing Co, 1911, Grenloch

First edition. 9 3/4" x 7 3/4" in color pictorial wrappers showing farmers with cultivators on the front wrapper and farmers with tractors on the rear wrapper. 64 pp. Photo and text illustrations throughout. A scarce “Diamond Anniversary” catalog by the famed farm equipment manufacturer celebrating 75 years in business. Originally founded by Stephen Bateman (b. 1800), cousin to Charles Goodyear, the company was well known for their Iron Age wrought iron one-horse cultivators, as well as drills, wheel-hoes, riding cultivators, potato planters (Improved Robbins), sprayers, diggers, orchard and beet cultivators, and more. Information and pricing on riding and walking cultivators, potato planters, rakes garden tools, orchard and beet cultivators, sprayers, potato diggers, etc. Creasing to top and bottom corners, light sunning to edge of front wrapper, wear to the extremities as well as splitting to head and toe of spine as well as rubbing to same.

Inventory Number: 46479

$250.00