Bingham, Wayne R. wrote:
> I have the same sticker in a much larger size, probably double or more.
> I don't recall the registration being off terribly on mine, but I'm not
> really sure. It's part of a fairly large collection of bicycle-related
> stickers, ranging from tiny Huret, Regina, Campy etc.; to a old-logo
> Trek Authorized Dealer 12" square (thought you'd like that one, John);
> to an Eddy Merckx (old block-style type face) one that's probably four
> feet long. One of my pet projects (that I can never seem to get around
> to) is to scan all my old stickers (except that Merckx one I suppose).
> Unfortunately, my entire sticker collection is still packed away since
> my move in August. I hope to unearth all my bike-shop stuff during the
> holidays, and I'll then have access to the stickers again.
> BTW, if anyone has any bike-related stickers (particularly, but not
> necessarily, vintage) and wants to sell or trade them, let me know. I'm
> very interested.
I have a fair number of such stickers -- manufacturer ones like Huret, StrongLight, Gipiemme, Dia-Compe, SunTour Superbe, Dura-Ace, Cinelli; tubing decals (Reynolds 501/531/753, Columbus, Vitus, Tange, Ishiwata, promotional ons like "Breaking Away with Campagnolo" and "Exclusive Official Supplier of Cycling Components to the 1984 Olympics - Los Angeles," etc. Some I'd be willing to trade for, others not. I've been scanning some of these in a cleaning them up as well. I just finished some Columbus ones so I can make my own transfers if I repaint a frame. Here's a Columbus bumper sticker from the early 80s:
And here's some of the others:
I didn't do any of the foil-backed ones, like Ishiwata or the later Tange, nor the old-style Reynolds and StrongLight ones with the paper cover.
-John Thompson (email@example.com)
Appleton WI USA