Middletown, Ohio. USA.
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Not much is known about the Miami Cycle and Manufacturing Company, who built Steam Cars from 1901-1902 in Middletown, Ohio.

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Miami Cycle and Manufacturing Company emblem. (source: Radiator Emblem Collection)

The cars bore the Indian name Ramapaugh. In 1901 there was no enameled radiator badge at all. But there was a badge in a form of a shield. This extremly rare emblem is from the Lee Roy Hartung collection that was up for auction in 2011. To my knowledge it is the only existing badge of this Steam Car.

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