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Old 11-16-2014, 03:10:33 AM
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Big Thanks Ste.Anne Dan and DustyBar!!!

You might consider uploading it the Internet Archive(archive.org)

They have a 1916 Case Catalog. Your Brochure is much shorter, but it seems older....

https://archive.org/details/1916CaseCatalog

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I'm not sure it would be older than that... The fire and water damage ma make it appear older than it actually is. With that said, I really have no idea...you're welcome though. Happy that somebody else finds it interesting.

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The brochure you have was given out or sold by j I case in the late 50's early 60's and I received one from them in the mid 70's. The picture on the cover was also available for a couple dollars. It was about the time the movie "when steam was king" was being shown at case dealers. Ads appear in old iron men album magazines for years. darrell
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Excellent! I figured 40's or 50's, so I was close. The cover does state that you can buy the picture in a mailing tube for .25 cents.

Thanks for the info!
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The internet archive 1916 Catalog link that I posted doesn't include many of the lower and older HP engines engines that Ste.Anne Dan digitized and DustyBar put into a PDF even though it may have been published later.....

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The brochure you have was given out or sold by j I case in the late 50's early 60's and I received one from them in the mid 70's.
I wondered about the age too. A few phrases in the document made me think it was written long after those engines were built.
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