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Jackson Brothers (of Horsham)

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June 1905.

of 65, London Road, Horsham, Sussex, Car, and Light Commercial Vehicle Stockists.

Jackson were motorcycles produced between 1902 and approximately 1905, by Jacksons of Horsham, Sussex.

This cycle company turned to power during the Edwardian era. The machines were typical primitives, fitted with Minerva and Fafnir engines. They would have been built in quantity and sold locally.

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