Claeys Combine harvester

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Date:1952 - 1955 (c.)

Description:A Claeys M103 combine harvester, manufactured by the Claeys company of Zedelgem, Belgium. Introduced in 1952, It was the first European-built self-propelled combine harvester. From 1959 Claeys were imported by Bamfords of Uttoxeter and were known as Bamford-Claeys, and from 1967 Bamford-Claysons.

Taken at an unknown location by Uttoxeter photographer Gerald McCann, who had a national reputation as a high-class photographer of livestock and agricultural life.


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Creators: Mr Gerald McCann - Creator

Donor ref:P76.041.03772 (37/32621)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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