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Old 02-08-09, 08:30 PM   #1
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Phillips decal

I'm hoping that someone would be so kind as to send me a photo of the decal on the rear mudguard of a 1960's era Phillips English 3-speed.
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Old 02-08-09, 09:13 PM   #2
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same as the headtube and seat tube
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this is the best shot I have of the rear fender.


it's the same sticker as this



and the same image as this



the headbadge says birmingham (original phillips locale) the stickers say Nottingham (raleigh land) these bikes were '61s so they had a mis-match
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This badge was on the rear fender of a 1959 Phillips 3-speed. That's before Raleigh took over the company:



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And here's my version on a Christmas holiday restoration, a 1955 Phillips ladys sports tourer.
The mudguard/fender is shaped to accept the badge.

Bit faded, indistinct perhaps and not overpainted, but the genuine article.
More pics of the bicycle here:
http://flickr.com/photos/bikesruz
Scroll down a bit on the page to bypass the other mesmerising English lightweights....
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Thanks to all that sent photos. This helps a lot.

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