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Caesar was a motorcycle produced from about 1922 to 1923.
1897 Company established at 36 Hertford Street, Coventry by W. M. Jones
1914 Advert. Caesar Cycle Co, 14 Much Park Street, Coventry. 'popuar since 1888'
In the early 1920s they assembled lightweight models with a 269cc Villiers engine and a simple specification.
They continued to produce cycles from their works at Clarendon St, Earlsdon until 1929 when they ceased trading