We are not licensed by Aston Martin to reproduce the Aston Martin winged logo and none of the keyrings listed here for sale in this website shop feature Aston Martin keyfob badges which have been made by us.
The keyring in this listing has an original vintage keyfob badge dating from the 1960s which we are offering mounted onto a new leather keyfob.
Running low on these badges – very few now left.
We are very fortunate to have acquired a very limited quantity of these original new old stock granulated chromium plated ground with vitreous enamel green border keyfob badges following the closure of the firm which made them – the well respected Manhattan Windsor Co. of Birmingham. We are able to offer these remounted onto our handmade leather keyfobs.
These enamel badges would have been made in the 1960s and have been in store at Manhattan Windsor – each badge is marked ‘Manhattan Windsor – Made in England’ on the back.
The very earliest Aston Martin keyrings – of which we have an example in our reference collection – date from 1957. The winged logo which appears on those keyrings has been carried forward onto this 1960s design.
We have an original example of this design of Aston Martin badge mounted onto a keyfob in tan pigskin- in the slimline teardrop style of the time.
Aston Martin were one of the very few manufacturers who offered a keyring with a pigskin keyfob in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
In that case we have decided to also offer these green bordered badges mounted onto slimline teardrop keyfobs in genuine tan or black pigskin in this listing. For tan pigskin please select London tan and for black pigskin please select black in the leather colour option box.
A genuine original badge from the time mounted onto a pigskin keyfob has to be as close as you will ever get to the pigskin keyrings which were sometimes originally used in the 1960s cars- unless you are lucky enough to find an original example.
When all the badges have been mounted & sold then this listing will be regrettably cancelled. It is highly unlikely that we will ever find stock of these badges again.