Anglada y Cia was a Spanish manufacturer of bicycles and automobiles.

Company History

Francisco Gallardo Anglada († 1917), founded in 1896 in El Puerto de Santa María, the company and began producing bikes of the brand " Hercules ". Automobile production started production ended in 1901. 1904. Anglada Gallardo moved to Madrid.


The Model 6 HP had a single-cylinder engine and was a two-seater. The Model 10 HP had a two-cylinder engine and was sold to Argentina and Uruguay. The Model 24 HP had a four cylinder engine. The Spanish King Alfonso XIII. bought one of these models with the body style tonneau. In addition, the models 14 HP, 18 HP and 36 HP were offered.