Jaques Schulz was an inventive builder who made nearly every part of his bikes, including his indexed "Funiculo" derailleur,  unique and apparently very effective brakes, custom pedals, etc. Because of all the labor intensive custom parts the bikes were quite expensive and supposedly few were made.

5.10.2017                           Click on images for larger view

From 1935: As seen on forum.tontonvelo.com, posted by "Gibeu"

 This 1937 bicycles is as seen at auction from the Embacher Collection.
Its "Funiculo" gear system could handle sprockets up to 40 teeth.

           
A 1930s print advertisement

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