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of 102 Sydney Street, Chelsea. Works at Acton - see Wilkinson Sword.
1904 March. Showed 'Wilkinson de Cosmos' cars.
Owned by S. R. Moss-Verney
1905 'Thirty-two out of thirty-three entrants competed at the Cadogan Garage, Chelsea, London. in the preliminary round of the anti-side-slip trials promoted by the Cyclists' Touring Club.'
Wilkinson-Antoine were motorcycles produced from 1903 to 1905, by the Cadogan Garage and Motor Co. These machines were exhibited at the 1903 Crystal Palace show and built using Belgian Antoine engines of 2.25hp or 2.75hp fitted into a loop frame. They had flat-belt drive to the rear wheel, the rear pulley also acted as a brake drum.