Artillery wheel

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Ar`til´ler`y wheel

1.A kind of heavily built dished wheel with a long axle box, used on gun carriages, usually having 14 spokes and 7 felloes; hence, a wheel of similar construction for use on automobiles, etc.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The type of wheel that had this type of rim was a wooden-spoke wheel called an artillery wheel. It was the most common type of wheel in the 1920s.
The first mass-produced Swedish car was quite a conventional vehicle, with elements of American car design, a wooden frame made of ash tree and beech, a 1.9-litre side-valve engine and artillery wheels with wooden spokes.
Produced from 1919 to 1922, the Castle Three had all the equipment of a four-wheeler with dynamo lighting, spare wheel and tyre and steel artillery wheels instead of the usual wire or wooden disc.