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Persons Majestic BIKE SIREN,Nice Condition,WORKS,1960's
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Persons Majestic BIKE SIREN,Nice Condition,WORKS,1960's

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Sold Date: 02/05/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay


"Persons Majestic Bicycle Siren"

Made by

Persons Majestic Mfg. Co.

Worcester, Mass.


c. 1960's


This is an all metal bike siren made in the U.S.A. in the 1960's. It attaches to the bike frame and rubbing against the tire spins the mechanism to make the siren sound. It is made of aluminum and steel. It is spring loaded so you can pull it away from the tire using the attached chain. The photo doesn't show it, but the chain is attached to the black ring around the middle. All parts appear to be original.


It is in very good condition.I tried it on my bike and it works. All the parts and bolts are t to attach it to the bike frame.It has tiny dings and scratches on the aluminum and t is a small bit of rust on the steel section. See photos. It spins freely and smoothly. Overall, quite nice.


PayPal and international money order accepted. If money order, I ship after receipt of payment. Just let me know if you are sending a money order.


Shipping to U.S . is $8.75

Shipping to Canada is $7.00 to $10.00 (depending on how far you are from NS )

Shipping Worldwide (everyw except the U.S. and Canada) is $11.00

All the above shipping is via regular surface parcel. Airmail is more, so check with me if that is what you want. Books are insured for free up to $100.00 Cdn.

I offer a money back guarantee if you are dissatisfied for any reason.

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