This is an old cast iron motorcycle with attached rider and sidecar from around 1930. The rider is wearing a cap and holstered pistol on his side. The bike is simply detailed and the side of the tank reads; Cop. The red bike has an attached red side car with an original, removable, nickel plated rider. It also has nickel plated spoke wheels. The "inside" of the bike has several markings but some are hard to differentiate. The main number looks like 1743 although it could end with and 8. The inside of the side car has three sets of numbers that appear to be 1724B - 13 - 1839 but again some of it is hard to make out. I believe this is shown in O'Briens 11th edition Toy Book as a Hubley.
It measures almost 4" long and 2 1/2" high and about 2" wide across the rear. It is in good, original condition with no breaks or cracks to the cast iron. The paint has good color and gloss with light play wear. The nickel on the wheels and rider is very good.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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