May 21, 2022


H. C. Cook & Bros. (1914-1915)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

This is a Keystone radiator emblem (1914-1915)    mjs
Size: 45mm diameter     MM: Unknown

The Keystone was designed by Charles C. Snodgrass and built by H. Cook & Brothers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  The Keystone was a 55 hp six-cylinder automobile offered as roadster and touring models. The Keystone was announced in October 1914 but disappeared soon after in 1915.

Production numbers are not recorded but are likely to have been very low.


The green enamel radiator emblem shown above is extremely rare.

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