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For more information, go to the Detailed Record of York Instruments.Please tell me the serial number of your Olmo road bike, the parts that are original to the bike, particularly dated parts (see below), and link/provide photographs, so I can add it to this registry.Bike has later Olmo decals added on seat tube, top tube, and down tube. Olmo jjokcha/e Bay: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slots; chrome head lugs and fork crown; chrome stay and fork ends; Campagnolo Cambio Corsa dropouts and fork ends; no top tube brake cable braze-ons; 5558 stamped on side of seat tube below seat lug [cannot see if there's a serial number stamped behind the seat lug; seller says the frame size is 56 cm] DECALS: Head badge and seat tube decal with Olmo 'Lazy L' star logo; OLMO in white block letters within white oblong outline on downtube Serial Number 108 1950s? Olmo Sport Guillermo Pelegrina//docbilly/bikeforums.net: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slots; seat post clamp bolt at front top side of seat lug; forged long horizontal Agrati dropouts with scalloped backs; Headbadge is Olmo 'Lazy L' star logo; shifter braze-on at front of top tube, with cable internal to top tube; generator/dynamo bracket on right front fork; [Rear brake cable runs inside top tube?

This may be due to them being built in several Japanese factories at the same time with no coordination or tracking in the numbering system.

Martin & Co., based in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, created a line of inexpensive guitars in 1970 to compete with the increasing number of imported guitars from Japan and elsewhere. (Further detailed information is required here.) Serial Numbers Under the best of circumstances, Sigma serial numbers can only provide an indicator of the year in which a particular model was built. White binding on body (w/b/w/b/w.) "Ebonized" (blackened) Rosewood Bridge and fingerboard on some, natural rosewood on others.

The Back Brace Brand: From 1978 through 1983; 1978 being a transition year, one might find the center back brace is pressure stamped, or "branded" in a football shape stating Sigma Guitars/Made in Japan/For/C. During later Korean made years (c1990,) Sigma transitioned back to paper labels and they stayed that way until the end of production in Indonesia in 2007. Adjustable rosewood bridge to approximately 1975, non-adjustable thereafter.

All other text was printed in black ink, or stamped on in ink by the manufacturer (model and serial numbers.) 5-digit, or 8-digit serial numbers. Being a mid-year change, some continued on with the "Purple" label, though with the new serial number designation preceded by an "S" or an "E" This is prefixed by the serial number assigned to the instrument and followed by an ink stamp of the model number. L-R as seen through the sound hole: Serial number, "Brand," Model number.) The serial numbers on these instruments were often preceded by the letters S or E; e.g. It is currently believed that this transition was complete by 1979.

This Olmo serial number registry records dated bike parts or provenance, to attempt correlating a serial number to a year or year range. Serial numbers are stamped on the seat lug on older bikes, or on the bottom bracket underside on later bikes (sometimes matched by a serial number on the fork steerer tube).

Track/pista frames are not included in this registry. A TIPO RONDINE decal may or may not appear on some older Olmo bikes, and refers to the Agrati AM lugs, with 'rondine' meaning 'swallow.' Some older Olmos have the ornate Agrati lugs which Emilio Bozzi sold as Brianza sportiva lugs; the accompanying Agrati rear dropouts are stamped with a scalloped back. Campagnolo crank arms have a date code starting in 1973, consisting of a diamond (1970's) or circle (1980's) with a number in the center denoting the last digit of the year of manufacture, and then in 1985-9 with square and number in the center: 11 = 1985, 21 = 1986, 31 = 1987, 41 = 1988, 51 = 1989 plus some other examples. after the year of an Olmo in this registry designates uncertainty about its year or range of years.

A common mistake I have seen in many, many, gun shops and online sites is to assign the 12ga serial number date to a 16ga.

These dates were gleaned primarily from Sauerfan's timeline and the Shirley/Vanderlinden book. Browning informed me the gun left the factory in 1955. Last shipped before the outbreak of WWI was SN 19642.1915 to 1918 No production due to German occupation of Belgium during WWI.1919: 19671- 205001920: 20501 - 222371921: 22238 - 240501922: 24051 – 260001923 Barrel Address (US market) BROWNING ARMS COMPANY OGDEN UTAH BROWNING’S PATENT26001 – 284001924: 28401 - 356501925: 35651 – 40010 (app.)1926: 40011 (app.) - 516001927: 51601 - 579001928: 57901 – 651001929 Ventilated barrel rib (as an option) and barrel address change to "Ogden Utah and St Louis Mo.

This guide was started using details of just a few hundred surviving York instruments.

There is now an expanded information base of over 2,600 York instruments to reference, starting with"York & Son" in 1887 and continuing through several name changes until the Grand Rapids plant was closed in 1971.

Barrel Rib four possibilities in 1937: none, solid (hollow) rib, ventilated rib with X posts or matted finish for Sweet Sixteen (SV page 98) Barrel Ring as before or drilled with three holes on the barrels of Sweet Sixteen Safety Gold plated (Sweet Sixteen only) Trigger Gold plated (Sweet Sixteen only) Misc. No serial number distinction between the Sweet 16 and the Standard 16 gauge A5s.105850 – 111000 1938: 111001 – 1182001939: 118201 – 1261231940: 126124 – 126175****1940 – 1953**** "A" Prefix serial number on the side of the receiver, American made Browning by “Remington Arms.” 1944-1948 Post war Liberation guns, Serial number 128117-128646 "are so out of sequence there is no way to establish accurate production dates" S/V p76[b] 1944: 126201 1948: 1317381947 Post war Belgium made “X Prefix Series.” No serial number distinction between the Sweet 16 and the Standard 16 gauge A5.

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