Original Vintage & Restored Leather Keyrings for Classic Cars & Motorcycles


Honda motorcycle – original 1990s? riveted keyring in age-worn condition


An original Honda motorcycle keyring which is difficult to date as these riveted keyrings were produced from the 1980s up until relatively recently .

We would think that this one will have been produced sometime in the 1990s .

We have just this one example of this keyring to offer – when this keyring has been sold this listing will be cancelled .

This keyring is in good serviceable condition with a vitreous enamel badge mounted onto a keyfob in black faux leather .

The main feature of this keyring is the vitreous enamel badge – so much nicer than the badges in ‘ modern ‘ resin based resin enamel which are produced these days .

This keyring is in worn condition – the vitreous enamel badge is in good condition without any enamel chips and just a couple of surface scratches.

The faux leather keyfob is well worn in but still perfectly serviceable for use on a bike .

The badge is mounted onto the keyfob by means of an aluminium rivet securing the badge loop – this method of keyring construction carried on through the late 1980s into the present century .

‘Made in England’ marked on the back of the badge – almost certainly this keyring would have been made in Birmingham.

Some keyrings for the world’s bikes were still being made in England although that was changing fast .

Whilst being budget priced these keyrings were well made and had a genuine jewellery quality vitreous enamel badge .

New keyrings nowadays invariably have modern resin based enamel badges as vitreous enamel keyfob badges like the one mounted onto this keyring are apparently no longer produced in England .

The keyring in the photos is the actual one which you will receive.