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This is the oldest Renault keyring which we have ever listed – this keyring dates from the mid to late 1950s.
Made by Castles Unit Developments of Leicester – the famous CUD company famed for their torpedo keyrings.
This peardrop keyfob shape possibly pre-dates the torpedos.
In the 1950s & 1960s almost all keyrings for Continental cars were made in England – it was quite an industry.
The keyring is in relatively good condition considering that it is around 60 years old.
The vitreous enamel badge has quite a few dings and scratches but is all there.
The badge is mounted onto the thin leather peardrop keyfob which although well worn is still in perfectly serviceable condition with good tight stitching and a strong eyelet.
This keyring is original and correct for use with later Renault 4CV and earlier Renault Dauphine- also early Renault 4 and Caravelle.
The keyring in the photos is the actual one which you will receive- it is an important historical Renault item.
When it has been sold this listing will be cancelled.