CENTENARY [Greens]

Greens celebrated their centenary in 1935 by introducing a cheap roller mower called the Centenary, priced at £3-3-0d and clearly aimed at the Qualcast Panther. Like the Ransomes Atlas, it was superior tot he Panther in having a divided roller with free wheel, but it survived only until 1937, and was replaced by the Popular II in 1938.  Like both its rivals, it was made in the 12 inch size only.