[CR]Pogliaghi Decalwork Changes - was: Pogliaghi dates


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To: "Ed Braley" <edbraley@maine.rr.com>
From: "Brad Orr" <showngo@telusplanet.net>
Cc: "Dennis Young" <mail@woodworkingboy.com>, <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>, <nickzz@mindspring.com>, <WBINGHAM@imf.org>
Subject: [CR]Pogliaghi Decalwork Changes - was: Pogliaghi dates
Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 18:11:27 -0700

The Columbus decal of the "white" frame is visible in the upper left corner "detail" shot. SL for sure.

Does anybody have a "timeline" on the decal changes?

1) When was "Italcorse" dropped? 2) When did the "globes" give way to the "flags"? 3) When did the "SP" thing come about? 4) When did the singular "P" happen? 5) When was upper case lettering adopted? 6) When did the upper case lettering go from a somewhat larger "outline" to the smaller, more solid look as on the "white" frame?

Lots of questions, only because inquiring minds need to know! Anybody have any facts?

Brad Orr Alberta, Canada

At 07:23 PM 12/23/02 -0500, Ed. B. wrote:
>The "white" frame material is Columbus SL.
>Mine was factory spaced to 130mm. It was an early '90s frame, I am sure.
>
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Dennis Young" <mail@woodworkingboy.com>
>
>>I have a very cleanly made 1990 Pogliaghi frame that appears to have very
>>much the same decals as the black one (mine is SLX tubing). Similar
>>looking lugs as well, except with fast-back seat stays. The fork crown
>>is also the same. Perhaps the black one is a late 80s and the white one
>>is earlier? (Contrary to Ed's and Wayne's comments) Any idea what tubing
>>the white one is made from?