1 in stock
We have just this one example of this scarce BSA keyring to offer with a vitreous enamel badge mounted onto a faux leather peardrop keyfob.
Imitation leather was often used for motorcycle keyfobs at that time – genuine leather does tend to get rather soggy if used on an open motorcycle in wet weather.
There is something really special about having a completely original vintage keyring which dates from the actual time when your motorcycle was first built.
This keyring is exactly that – it has not been remade or remounted by us – it is an original vintage item.
Dating from the late 1950s to mid 1960s this keyring is in very good condition- the vitreous enamel badge is perfect and the keyfob is in good serviceable condition.
Original vintage BSA keyrings are rare items – most were used in anger on open bikes and wore out or were lost at the time.
This keyring was made at the time by AE Wassell of Birmingham – their AEW diamond logo is on the back of the badge. Wassells made many of the motorcycle keyrings used at the time .
A top quality British made item produced at a time when many items like this were becoming mass produced & very poorly finished.
Original & correct for any late 1950s or 1960s BSA motorcycle – one of these keyrings would be the final ‘touch’ for that perfect bike.
The keyring in the photos is the actual one which you will receive.