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470* Two ‘The Sampson’ folding bicycle stands, both with their original printed delivery boxes, the stands painted silver (2)

482* Three bicycle reflectors, a Lucas version, an R. H. Lea and a Victoria (3)

£40-80

£80-120

471* An Ordinary bicycle saddle frame, without a leather seat, but retaining its adjustable nose piece (1)

£50-100

472* A pair of Ordinary or safety bicycle pedals, well-made reproductions, with balls (2)

£80-120

473* Cyclometer by the Standard Watch Co., an early example with a porcelain dial, a three window counter, nickel-plated outer casing and a spoke fitted striker for a 28-inch wheel (2)

£150-200

474* A ‘Reversa’ type pneumatic tyre pump with a nickel-plated finish, together with two light brown leather saddle mounted tool bags (3)

483* Bicycle Bell. The ‘Kensington’ by John Harrison, a combination single ring with a patented clip to stop continuous ringing, dating circa 1889, with an adjustable clip, making it suitable for either an Ordinary or Safety Bicycle, with a solid nickel 3-inch bell and steel support

£40-80

475* A Dursley Pedersen tool bag, together with a spanner inscribed ‘Pedersen Hub’, two other similar nickel-plated bicycle spanners and a nickel-plated ‘Reversa’ type pump (5)

(1)

484* Two reflectors by H. Miller and Lucifer, together with two small bells and a brass ‘Reversa’ type pneumatic pump

£80-120

476* A Globus Rolling Bell. Fitted to the front forks and lowered onto the spinning wheel, painted black, the controlling cord is missing (1)

(5)

(1)

£80-120

(1)

£150-200

487* Cycle Support, comprising a wall mounted bracket with a swing-down arm holding two support chains, painted gold

£40-80

479* A ‘Reversa’ type pneumatic tyre pump with a nickel-plated finish, also two brown leather saddle mounted tool bags and a small collection of Victorian cycling photographs (a quantity)

£40-80

486* Cyclometer by the Standard Watch Co., an early example with a porcelain dial, a three window counter, nickel-plated outer casing and a spoke fitted striker for a 28-inch wheel

478* Cycle Support, comprising a wall mounted bracket with a swing-down arm holding two support chains, painted gold (1)

£50-100

485* A Child’s Seat, of the type mounted to a crossbar of a gentleman’s bicycle, with suspension springs, no cushion

£80-120

477* Tool Pouch, as strapped to the top tube of a gentleman’s bicycle, with a fitted brass plaque inscribed Tore, also, a short brass pump and a two pairs of cyclist’s glasses (4)

£300-400

(1)

£40-80

488* Two ‘The Sampson’ folding bicycle stands, one example painted silver and with its original delivery box, the other painted red

£80-120

(2)

£80-120

480* Cyclometer, by the Standard Watch Co., a good example with a card dial, a three window counter, brass casing and striker, no mounting bracket, unclear wheel size, but likely 28-inch

489* A Veeder five window mileage recorder, and two other similar examples, also, a Ruggle bell and a spoke grip, AF

(1)

(5)

£100-120

£50-100

481* Tyre Siren by the Persons Majestic Mfg Co., with its mounting bracket, sprung bracket and chain

490* Bicycle Headstock badges, various marques and periods, to include a CTC address badge

(1)

(20)

£40-80

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£80-120

Dominic Winter  

Motoring Literature, Automobilia, Vetern & Vintage Bicycles, Maritime & Railways, Toys & Models | 12 May 2016_High Res

Dominic Winter  

Motoring Literature, Automobilia, Vetern & Vintage Bicycles, Maritime & Railways, Toys & Models | 12 May 2016_High Res