Re: [CR]Old Campy Logo ; Which Old Campy Logo ?

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Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 09:19:38 -0700
From: "Chuck Schmidt" <chuckschmidt@earthlink.net>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR]Old Campy Logo ; Which Old Campy Logo ?
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Vic Turner wrote:
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> It mulls in my mind, and I think, is interesting food for thought, at times,
> I see, referenced "old Campagnolo Logo", and I think, I know the one they
> usually have in mind. But, am I wrong, that actually, there may be more than
> when they say this? Maybe I am wrong, I have jackets, etc. with the globe on
> it and the Campagnolo logo. Looks early 60ish, late 50ish; but I may well be
> wrong in this regard. In fact, I must be, the windbreaker I have can not be
> this old. Writing this at not the best time, to be absolutely correct in
> details, I think, the Old Campy logo, so often referred to, is the wing
> coming out of a wheel; hey; isn't that a lot like the Detroit Redwings logo?
> Now, Past, Future too. Hope I am not totally off the mark, in my observations.

In my experience, the only time the old logo vs. new logo comes up, it concerns the vintage of the brake lever hoods.

In this case the old logo is the script over the globe with rays and the new logo is the shield.

Chuck "Logotypes-R-Us" Schmidt SoPas, SoCal

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