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We have just this one keyring to offer which was a real challenge to photograph due to reflections from the domed acrylic badge !
Maybe we are better at making keyrings rather than photographing them ?
These badges date from the late 1970s and were made by Renamel of Kilburn High Road, London – at that time almost all keyrings for the world’s cars were made either in Birmingham or London – it was quite an industry.
The badge on this keyring is in excellent condition with an acrylic dome mounted into a plated metal badge- and look so ‘Mercedes’ as many of the horn button badges etc at that time in the cars were acrylic domes like these.
These acrylic dome badges have proved their worth over the years and have lasted as well as their vitreous enamel counterparts.
We are offering the badge mounted onto one of our slimline teardrop keyfobs in full grain navy blue leather as can be seen in the photos- navy blue leather was what Mercedes Benz used for many keyrings at that time.
When this keyring has been sold then this listing will be cancelled.