Original Vintage & Restored Leather Keyrings for Classic Cars & Motorcycles


Rolls Royce – original new old stock late 1960s/ early 1970s badge mounted onto a new leather keyfob in ‘vintage’ slate grey leather

NOW SOLD – sorry this keyring has now been sold and can no longer be ordered

The description of the badges mounted onto these keyrings  follows – but this particular keyring is a one-off and we are offering just this one example .

The badge has been mounted onto our ‘vintage’ slate grey leather which has an attractive grain and a vintage ‘bleached’ appearance as can be seen in the photos .

Just this one keyring on offer – when it has been sold this listing will be cancelled.

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



Original Rolls Royce vitreous enamel badges which will have been produced in the late 1960s or early 1970s remounted onto new leather keyfobs.

We have just a few of these superb quality original badges which came to us from the leather works of Heath & Machin & Co. of Walsall which changed hands in the 1970s and then finally closed in the 1990s.

These badges will have been made by Heath & Machin in the late 1960s or very early 1970s and were intended for mounting onto their own keyfobs.

The badges are in polished nickel plate with vitreous enamel detail and are so bright and crisp that they could have been made only yesterday.

The back of the badges has a chequerplate design in relief as can be seen in the photo.

We are offering the badges mounted onto new leather keyfobs as shown in the photos and any of our leather colours can be specified.

Heath & Machin made small leathergoods and keyrings and also mounted keyfob badges for other manufacturers most notably Melsom Products Ltd of Birmingham .

In the 1970s almost all keyrings & keyfob badges for the world’s cars were made in England – it was quite an industry which has now sadly moved to The Far East.

These badges are original & correct for use with any 1960s or 1970s Rolls Royce motor car – but could be used in a much later car as the Rolls Royce badge has changed very little over the decades.

When all the badges have been mounted and sold then this listing will be cancelled. SMOSO   00/56   08/22