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Old 09-10-19, 10:13 PM
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Please identify this logo

I was looking through the Fork collection at the Bike exchange for something I could use on The French Mystery bike and found this one. It looks too new but is a very nice fork , light , with forged ends. It has the pictured logo panta

graphed into the crown . Can anyone tell me who made it?

Perhaps we might start a picture database for pantagraphing.
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Looks like a Casati.
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Old 09-11-19, 08:10 AM
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Originally Posted by delicious View Post
Looks like a Casati.
Yep, Casati.
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Casati confirmed



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pantograph (just to be a spelling nazi about it) from the tool used to do the engraving (and size art down or up) from a master pattern that one arm traces to the "copy" arm that can hold a simple pencil or pen or a spinning burr to cut into metal.
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