Anglo-Dane H.C. Fredericksen; Copenhagen; Denmark from 1902 to 1945
Anglo-Dane was a Danish car brand from the early part of the 20th century.
The company HC Fredericksen from Copenhagen began in 1902 with the production of automobiles . In 1917, the production was stopped after about 70 manufactured copies.
In the same year, Anglo-Dane, Jan and Thrige joined the De forenede automobile manufacturers to offer trucks used aso for the Danish Army under the name Triangel until the end of the second world war in1945 .
The first model had a single cylinder built - in engine from Kelecom . Later, its own single-cylinder engines and two-cylinder engines were used. Among other things, there was in 1908 a two-cylinder model in the body shape Landaulet .