Flat metal olympic head badge
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Photo Credit: VeloBase User PeachyPM
Name: Flat metal olympic head badge
Brand: Claud Butler
Badge Type: Metal Attached
Frame Types: Vintage Lightweights
Track / Fixed Gear
Country: England
Years: 1940's
Added By: PeachyPM on 06/22/18
Updated By: PeachyPM on 06/28/18
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Headbadge Information

Found on a March 1949 Olympic Path, believed to be a short run first type metal head badge from late 1948 to mid 1949 only before being replaced with the more familiar embossed badge. 

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Brand Information(click to expand)
 One of the giants of the British cycling industry, Claud Butler was no one man shop, but rather a large manufacturing business which turned out large numbers of frames.  They produced everything from track and racing frames as well as tandems in both lugged and fillet brazed varieties.  The Claud Butler name and trademarks were purchased by Holdsworth and frames carrying the Butler name were simply rebranded Holdsworth frames.  In the late 1980's a conglomerate which also owned Falcon purchased the naming rights for Holdsworth and Claud Butler and reintroduced the name.
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