[CR]Catalogues and other items for Sale 19/2/03


Date: Thu, 06 Mar 2003 14:18:19 +0000
Subject: [CR]Catalogues and other items for Sale 19/2/03
From: Hilary Stone <hilary.stone@blueyonder.co.uk>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>


First off - an apology to several CR members who emailed me after my last list regarding Everest Gold chains. These sold out very quickly and I thought I was going to track down some more that same weekend - that did not work out. However I still have hopes of getting some more and will contact those members if I turn more up.

Latest list of books and parts for sale to CR members before they go to Ebay. I can take photos if necessary. All items are priced in $. Shipping will be extra charged at cost. Payment can be made in cash with dollars or by money order in Pounds sterling ($1.60 to 1 GBP). American Express Travellers cheques in $ are also fine. I can take PayPal but I have to charge 5% extra to cover what my bank charges me. Regards Hilary Stone, Bristol, England

CONSTRICTOR CATALOGUE 1949/50 Constrictor were one of the top suppliers and manufacturers of lightweight cycle components in Britain during the 1930s and 1940s. This 12 page catalogue contains all their products complete with photographs and line drawings for their rims Asp, Boalloy, Sprint etc, tyres, hubs, Boa, Asp and Cobra pedals, Osgear, toeclips etc $35 Also 1951 SHOW EDITION CATALOGUE 6 page fold out with all the products but less description $25

A POTTED HISTORY OF THE BICYCLE by BSA 12 pages with line drawings and text - some of the early history is inaccurate but charming leaflet none the less, published c1952 $18

THE STURMEY ARCHER STORY by Tony Hadland 192 pages Full account of Sturmey Archer and the hubs essential reading for anyone interested in SA hubs As new $16

BROOKS B17 COMPETITION SADDLE NOS Dressed top, small copper rivets, unusual frame with saddlebag loops - most Competition saddles do not have saddlebag loops. $65

BROOKS B17 NARROW NOS Perfect 1980s. Also BROOKS B17 STANDARD NOS Perfect 1980s. $40 each

CINELLI STYLE FULLY SLOPING INTERNAL FORK CROWN to take English dimensioned fork blades $15 Reynolds fork blades (English oval) to suit $15

CAST ROUND BLADE TRACK FORK CROWN 1950s/60s $15 Reynolds Round fork blades with sharp Russ type offset to suit $15

KARRIMOR SADDLEBAG UPLIFT NOS NIP - Sits in saddlebag loops of Brooks saddle and lifts saddlebag clear of rear wheel or mudguards. Most of these uplifts are plastic coated - this one is chrome plated and dates from the 1950s $22

GOLD ALUMINIUM LIGHTWEIGHT BELL - the anodising is virtually unmarked save for a mark on the edge. A photo can be seen at http://images.andale.com/f2/118/129/2070911/1046169742824_ping_bell.jpg $12

PELLISSIER TYRESAVERS NOS - practically perfect condition aluminium flintcatchers (tyresavers) from the 1930s or 1940s. These are a pretty and rare accessory. $25

CREDIT LYONNAIS TOUR de FRANCE RUCKSAC/MUSETTE as handed out at the Tour de France. A lovely piece of TdF memorabilia $10

COLNAGO SUPER TRANSFERS DECALS late 70s smallish size for top tube or chainstay? $15

MAVIC OR10 GOLD ANODISED RIMS 36H NOS - perfect condition $30

CYCLING MAGAZINE SHOW ISSUES 1954 - an absolutely fabulous pair of BritainĀ¹s premier Cycling magazine containing the show reports from the 1954 Earls Court Cycle Show. The first issue is over 100 pages long, the second has over 70 pages and both are chock full of special features and articles as well as being crammed with adverts. There is a wealth of information and pictures on the new bikes and equipment for the 1955 season. $45

CLAUD BUTLER CATALOGUES 1970, 1971 and 1972 each has 16 pages and has the full specs on all the models. Each is in excellent uncreased condition. $20 each

CLEMENT TYRES CATALOGUE 1982 - 12 page catalogue containing details of all the classic Clement tubular tyres (singles) such as the Paris-Roubaix, Criterium Seta, Campionato del Mondo Seta etc. $15

PROFIL AERO WATERBOTTLE/CAGE NOS from the 1980s. The transfer on the other side of the bottle has a small portion missing and there are one or two shopwear marks but nothing at all serious or unsightly. $25

SACHS HURET DUOPAR TITANIUM almost NOS - excellent condition complete with fixings for a Campagnolo dropout. This gear has seen very little use with just light markings on the pulley wheels - there are no marks on the body. The Duopar was the very top touring gear of the late 1970s and the 1980s until the indexed Shimano MTB rear gears became available. $65