Here is a bicycle that is quite rare in America: a circa 1895 Humber Path Racer. Humber is credited with the creation of the first diamond frame bicycle, with roots going back to the earliest days of the Highwheel. Humber found international success, and built bicycles in America for two years during the boom of the 1890s (See my 1897 American made Humber on this site). Features include "Samson Cushion Pneumatic" tires and an extremely rare original Humber saddle. Although it is so faint as to be almost indistinguishable, if you look closely you can see the remnants of the Humber "Wheel of Life" logo on the head tube.
1895 Humber Path Racer ©Daniel Dahlquist