Almost all English 3-speeds have Sturmey-Archer rear hubs.Sturmey-Archer was a division of Raleigh, made many different models since 1902, and were still in business until October, 2000.
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The company was sold to a group of money manipulators who shut it down in hope of making a quick profit by selling off the assets.
The Taiwanese company Sunrace bought the equipment, stock and rights to the name and is back in business.
Most older Sturmey-Archer hubs have two or three-letter model codes, which are usually stamped onto the hub shell.
Conveniently, they also usually have the month and the last two digits of the year of manufacture stamped onto the shell.