Norwegian Museum's 1919

1919 Milburn Light Electric
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Photo courtesy of ST
Owner: Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology
Email: Dag K. Andreassen (dka-at-norsk-teknisk.museum.no)
Location: Osolo, Norway
Serial number (oval plate): 2-824-7
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Model: 1919 Milburn Light Electric model 27L
Wheels: Wire
Color: Black, with black running gear and chrome wheels
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Owner's remarks: This particular car was owned by a factory owner in Oslo who is said to have used it to ride from his home to work. We are not sure, however, if this is correct. We only know that the last owner's name was Josef de Caspary. He had an automobile shop in Oslo, and gave the Milburn to our museum in 1939. It is said that there were five Milburn Electrics in Oslo, and that de Caspary had two, but this is also most uncertain.Dag K. Anderassen Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology, Oslo