Original Vintage & Restored Leather Keyrings for Classic Cars & Motorcycles


Triumph ‘Green World’ – new vitreous enamel badge mounted onto a new leather keyfob


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A new vitreous enamel Triumph keyfob badge which will have been produced in Birmingham within the last few years which we have mounted onto a new leather keyfob as can be seen in the photos .

This is not an original vintage badge – it will have been produced just a few years ago and is not to be confused with an original vintage badge from the 1970s – this badge was made much later.

We have just this one keyring with this badge to offer  – when it has been sold this listing will be cancelled.

Superb quality ‘old school’ vitreous enamel badges like these were produced in Birmingham with  ‘MADE IN ENGLAND’ marked on the reverse of the badge – probably from the original  badge dies – and were available up until quite recently .

We have remounted this badge onto a new leather keyfob in full grain black leather .

Sadly vitreous enamel badges like this one are apparently no longer produced in England .

This badge is identical to the original keyfob badges which were produced in the 1960s – but this badge is not an original 1960s badge, it was produced much later .

New reproduction badges will now usually be produced in modern resin based enamel – not vitreous enamel like this one – they are most unlikely to have ‘MADE IN ENGLAND’ marked on the reverse because they are no longer made in England .

Maybe one day in the future beautiful quality vitreous enamel badges like these will once again be made in England ……………………..but the areas where the workshops once stood have now generally been built over with housing estates and the craftsmen with their knowledge and skills have gone .

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

The Triumph World ( or Triumph Globe ) logo featured on many Triumph cars of the 1950s & 1960s and was depicted in schoolboy atlas colours of blue for the sea etc and also in this rather fetching translucent jade green for the land and translucent emerald green for the sea.