COLDWELL LAWN MOWER CO. (also CHADBORN & COLDWELL).
Manufacturers from Newburgh, New York, USA 1891-1950. Makers of an American petrol-engined lawn mower to the original design by the Englishman W. J. Stephenson-Peach, c1906. They were also makers of "Excelsior" and "New Excelsior" machines. This firm also made (ca. 1900) a steam-driven mower weighing 1.3 tons with a vertical boiler and 40 inch cutting width. On the smaller "Excelsior" mowers the words "C & C Mfg. Co., Newburgh, N.Y." appear on the handle bow, and on the larger mowers this was cast into a square plate mounted on the handles.