"crossed flags"
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Photo Credit: VeloBase User 1989Pre
Name: "crossed flags"
Brand: F.H. Grubb
Badge Type: Metal Attached
Frame Types: Vintage Lightweights
Track / Fixed Gear
Country: England
Years: 1960's
Added By: 1989Pre on 08/21/18
Updated By: 1989Pre on 08/21/18
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Headbadge Information
In 1964, Holdsworth changed the Grubb badge to this one with crossed racing flags. The Italian flag is probably a reference to the fact that Fred Grubb had ridden in the Giro D'Italia. S.E.20 is the section of London where Grubbs were built at the Holdsworth works at Lullington Road (Crystal Palace).
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After Fred Grubb died in 1949, his son "Freddie" sold the business to Holdsworth in 1952.
 
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