Four-Row Potato Sprayer

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R.D. 1, Box 110, Emlenton, Pennsylvania 16373-9421

Here is a picture of a four-row potato sprayer, it is
horse-drawn, driven by a hit and miss engine with a one cylinder
compressor. It was built by Bean Spray Pump Company, San Jose,
California. It has patent dates of November 5, 1889, and August 9,
1904- The model is Magic, No. 10.

I even have the pinion gear for the engine to drive the large
ring gear. I just sat a dishpan Fairbanks-Morse engine on it to
show where the engine goes.

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