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    Campagnolo caliper id needed

    Trying to figure out what these are, no markings other than "Campagnolo" script, recessed bolt mounting and they appear to have had something mounted in the bolt, Cobalto's maybe?
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    Those look to me like Victory calipers, but I'm not 100% certain. Definitely not Cobaltos.

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    Thanks, hard to tell when there are no names or numbers other than the brand!
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    victory or triomphe?

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    I think they are Triomphe. Victory has a slightly different shape to the arms and did not have the hole in the capnut. atleast according to Velobase

    http://velobase.com/ViewGroup.aspx?G...b-782865a31640

    Victory brakes http://velobase.com/ViewComponent.as...36d4e&Enum=117

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    So from the pictures it looks like Triomphe to me too, if I were to ebay these what kind of value might I expect?
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    Try completed auctions on eBay.
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    I did, there were none for these calipers.
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    +1. Triomphe. I think around $20-30 maybe more in a good week
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    Quote Originally Posted by EjustE View Post
    +1. Triomphe. I think around $20-30 maybe more in a good week
    Even on the circa 1880's Navajo rug?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picchio Special View Post
    Even on the circa 1880's Navajo rug?
    You mean the place mat on my dinner table I wish.
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