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London Auto Company produced motorcycles from 1896 to 1906.
The company claimed to have been established in 1896, and specialized in assembling models from a wide range of components and to individual specification.
They supplied to the trade and to the colonies and, to prove confidence in their workmanship, all their machines had a one-year guarantee. They probably constructed many own-badged machines for mail-order houses and suchlike.