Pennsylvania roller type push mower questions

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Pennsylvania roller type push mower questions

I was given a Pennsylvania push mower with grass catcher and alum drum rollers from a good friend about twenty years ago. I just dug it out of the barn and was wondering how old , rarity, and any other info about it. I know the history of this mower since new. It may be a good time for it to find a new home where it would be appreciated more.

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Does it look something like this?

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Hi, Yes it does. I was trying

Hi, Yes it does. I was trying to post a picture but gave up (not very tech savvy) the front rollers look abit different and this one has a cast badge or connector where the "T" handle join the handle post., plus this one has a clippings catcher. The gentleman that used it back in the day said he cut the greens on a small 9 hole private golf course than when they bought a power greens mower he took it home and maintained a practice putting green on his front yard. Do you have any idea on age?

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Images would be good, there

Images would be good, there is a guide to loading them on this link http://www.oldlawnmowerclub.co.uk/forum/adding-images

There are a few different models with this design, is there any names/wording on the gear covers, the 'New Era' & 'Drum' are similar in design?

More info/images would be helpful.

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I'll get some help and some

I'll get some help and some pics posted this weekend, thanks