Mark, Have him take and send some pics. Where could there be a clover "where rear wheel fits"?. Is he referring to the brake bridge? If the logo is at the seat stay tops, it sounds like a much later frame than 1960s. I've seen a couple of Italian frames labeled Guarini that had a 4-leaf clover logo cut in. Pics tell all...
Ciao, Mark Agree Southfield, Michigan, USA ~ ~ ~
Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2010 18:19:37 +0100 From: Mark Stevens <email@example.com> Subject: [CR] Ace of Clubs or 4 leaf clover?
This just in from a guy with a Gillott.
''i wonder if you might be able to help with another frame i have, i think it is a 1960's italian frame, the thing i would like to know is which bike builder used a four leaf clover as there sybol? it has a really old columbus sticker wich i think is the first one they used, it has the four leaf clover on the forks, where rear wheel fits and where rear stay atache to seat post, looks like a nice frame but i have searched every where and cannot find this sybol any ideas? cheers Riki''
Could this be an early Colnago? Mark Stevens Evanton Scotland