For sale is a vintage tin HOWE CYCLES TRAY made by NEVCO. This uncommon second generation tray features an advert of a man riding a distinctive tricycle that was manufactured by the Howe Manufacturing Company, Glascow, Scotland. The tray measures about 13″ by 10 1/2″. The tray has surface damage and scratches. A great display or serving tray for your home bar or man cave. Particularly for anyone who appreciates vintage bicycles.
The Howe Machine Company was located at 46 and 48 Queen Victoria Street, Gold Medal, Amsterdam. The company also had locations in Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Bristol, Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Leeds & Brighton. The company were manufacturers of the celebrated ‘Howe’ bicycles and tricyles. The American Elias Howe invented the sewing machine, but in their Glasgow works (UK) they also produced bicycles. Howe made a full range of penny farthings and after 1886 also safety bicycles, often under the name ‘The New Howe’.