1896 trade catalog from Ariel Cycle Manufacturing Company, Goshen, Indiana. Includes models 7-10 and tandem models 11 and 12. From title page: "Makers of America's best wheel. Office and factory Douglas and Ninth Streets, Goshen, Indiana, U.S.A. Principal agencies: The George Worthington Company, Cleveland Ohio. General agents for Michigan, Ohio, New York, New England States, and Western Pennsylvania. Charles K. Starr, 132 East 23rd Street New York. General agent for New York City and Brooklyn. Lew C. Black, San Jose, California. General agent for California. Mershon Brothers, 1203 Filbert Street, Philadelphia. Hales and Anderson, Chicago, Ill., 277-9 Wabash Ave., Corner Wabash Ave. and Van Buren Street. G.W. Fuller, 16th and Arapahoe Streets, Denver, Colorado." Stamp on front cover: "G.A. Tuttle, Palmyra, New York." Printers mark on front cover: "Gies and Company, Swan and Centre Streets, Buffalo, New York." Motto from back cover: "Good stock counts."