NOW SOLD – Sorry this keyring has now been sold and can no longer be ordered
We have just one of these original Triumph keyrings to offer which is in very good condition.
This is an original keyring which will have been made in Birmingham in the late 1970s – before automotive keyrings started to be made in The Far East.
The badge is in vitreous enamel – whereas most Far Eastern keyrings nowadays have modern resin ( plastic) enamel badges.
The badge is in mint condition and is mounted onto a black keyfob which has the genuine leather symbol plainly gold-embossed on the back …………………..but the keyfob is not genuine leather !
It is in imitation leather. Trades descriptions legislation was virtually non-existent in the 1970s and this is commonly seen on keyrings produced at that time.
The surface of the imitation leather has rubbed and lost its gloss where the ‘leather’ folds over where the splitring fits through – the price of the keyring takes this into account.
This is a rare original example of the keyrings which were actually being used in the cars at at a time when when many thousands of Triumph cars were still on the roads being used as daily drivers.
The keyring in the photos is the actual one which you will receive.
When it has been sold this listing will be cancelled. 59/21 04/20