Publication: Forbes Co, 1891, Boston
First edition. 8vo. Pictorial wrappers, 16 pp., illustrated. The catalogue comments emphasize the durability of Buckeye equipment, to withstand years of use through rough fields. The company points out that in 1891 they have enlarged their production facilities a full 50 % over two years ago. This means they will be able to fill this season's orders promptly and fully. Many views of horse-drawn mowers are shown along with a section of mower parts. They promote their new six-foot mower as well as the Kemp manure spreader and the Bullard hay tedder. Numerous reasons are provided for choosing a Buckeye Mower over other competing machines. Light evidence of a vertical fold and light stamp of an agricultural dealer on lower front panel, else a very good copy.
Inventory Number: 33620