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Old 11-29-15, 04:50 AM
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Help with this MOTTET pantographed frame

Hi everyone,

Recently purchased a beautiful well made steel frame with pantographed fork crown, seat stay tops, bottom bracket she'll and engraved head tube. All cables are internally routed and drop-outs are campagnolo. I presume that the MOTTET refers to Charly Mottet but I can't seem to find out who built this frame. It looks very similar to an Olympia and a Vicini frame in its construction, lugs and head tube engraving.

Any of you have any ideas?
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