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Baron of Birmingham was a motorcycle produced in 1921.
1921 It offered conventional, lightweight machines fitted with either 269cc Villiers or 292cc Union two-stroke engines. There was also a medium-weight model with a 348cc sv Blackburne engine. Two-speed Albion gearing was used, with or without clutch and kick-starter on all models, or single speed only on the lightweights. Bought-in fittings included Senspray carburettors and Saxon forks.