I've been promising to publish a list that I received from a collector a few years ago, well here it is - most badges we see are from the late 50s-60s so unless you have a very early one go to page 10. Like the vast majority of auctioneers Bonhams charge what is known as a Buyer's Premium. If the badge looks too perfect, it's probably is counterfeit. If your registration form is not filled in correctly, you will not be approved. If anyone has anymore information that would update or correct any of these dates please get in touch with us.
The design of Associate badges has changed several times over the decades, often quite radically; in this case the diamond-shaped design of this badge changed to an Elizabethan badge of circular shape and modern design in 1954. Edited to add: which may also be of use. Given the status of the badges, leaving it on a vehicle when selling it often made the car more attractive to the buyer. However these examples were very very rare. Note that some information is required and some is optional.
Mog Joined: 30 Dec 2007 Posts: 596 Location: Sydney Posted: Sun May 08, 2011 4:37 am Post subject: Landrovers of that age are easy to fix, no need to call anybody out!. I've a fair selection, some metal, some plastic, all different ages, but it'd be handy to put something together to enable them to be dated reasonably accurately. Back then I would find them at jumbles and boot sales for a few pounds. The most valuable ones I have seen were issued in colonial countries, e. Was curious about the issue date of this grille badge. I'd like to get my hands on one, just for giggles.
In fact, only three years earlier, a self-taught automotive engineer named Claude Williams Deane sold the first petrol-driven car in Perth. Originally the serial number might have been allocated to a particular member, but the badges tend to stay on the cars when they are sold, etc. If you have any complaints or questions about the Conditions of Sale, please contact your nearest team. Cars might have been on the roads, but there was little in the way of garages or petrol pumps, or even people who knew much about repairing or changing tyres. It's chrome, with a Yellow background. Is there any way of tracing the history on these? These lots will be clearly marked with the relevant symbol printed beside the lot number in the catalog.
I think I picked up my copy at Gaydon. They are always worth a modest amount, they are collectible but you're not gonna get rich from selling one. Due to the large number of spammers we get who always use auto-fill on forms , we must approve all new registrations before you can post. I have been on the road for about 50 years now, never joined any motoring org. Now they have been reproduced by some foreign entities, so you need to be careful. .
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