Trying to figure out what make and hopefully model this sickle mower is. Most of the casting numbers on the cast iron parts start with a "P"; cast parts also have an inverted tirangle with either a "V" or a "W" inside. It may be Canadian made.
Generally when I see things with the P casting number I think of Oliver right away. The 3pt hookup is definitely unique. Only problem is so many little companies made sickle mowers and wagons back in the day, so identification can get tough.
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