September 19, 2019


Haberer & Co. (1910-1913)

Cincinnati, Ohio

This is a Cino radiator emblem (1910-1913)     sam
Size: 78mm wide 47mm high    MM: Unknown (some None)

Haberer & Company was an established carriage builder when they decided  to enter the automotive market in 1910. The first Cino was a 40 hp four-cylinder car offered in touring and roadster body styles.

A 60 hp six-cylinder model was added to the line in 1912 but production ceased in early 1913 following a serious flood, which ruined the manufacturing plant.


The Cino script logo appeared on early advertisements, see example below:

This is a Cino advertisement showing a script logo (1910)    ms

The Cino carried a red and white enamel radiator emblem, see example shown above at the top of this post. This Cino radiator emblem is very rare.

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