A Pair of Vintage World War Two Era. Having Leather as opposed to Fabric Surrounds these are an early example of this Type of Goggles. As employed in WWII by various branches of the Military, both British and Allies. Fabric Head-Strap intact, not elasticated, strong and serviceable. Amber Tinted Glass Laminated Lenses with supple Brown Leather Surrounds. Each Lens consists of two Pieces of Glass sandwiching an adhesive Amber Tinted Film, this also acts as a safety feature to minimize the spread of Glass fragments in case of breakage. Lenses are in excellent condition, with only very minor peripheral de-lamination in places as shown clearly, with only slight signs of age and use, no major damage, no visible scratches, no chips or cracks. Both Lenses are firmly in situ. There is nothing that compromises the view in use, the Amber tint is about the same as Sunglasses, not too dark and very effective. The Supple Brown Leather. Surrounds show only very minor patina of age and use, they have no major damage, splits or structural issues, they are vented to prevent the Lenses from misting up when worn. The Eye Surrounds are Sprung on an Internal Wire Frame, this is working as designed, they sit snugly against the Face. For a more comfortable and stable fit. All the stitching, seams etc are intact and strong. The Silver Metalwork is all structurally sound with just surface patination of age and use, it has no major damage or structural issues, no rot, dents, cracks or breaks. The Headband Fixings are strong and secure. Shown comprehensively in the pictures, please examine them in close up to satisfy yourself as to condition, suitability, etc. Of the item(s) shown. I always show items in their true light and will never deliberately hide a negative or detrimental aspect. Approximate external dimensions are as shown. I will Post in the U. I always provide a Top-Class Service and a well packed item, please see my Feedback for References. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Vintage WWII BRITISH MILITARY ANTI GLARE GOGGLES with AMBER SAFETY LENSES & CASE” is in sale since Thursday, July 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Field Gear”. The seller is “musicreddog_0″ and is located in Frome Somerset. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Type: Field Gear / Aircraft / Vehicle / Motorcycle
- Clothing Type: Goggles / Snow / Sun / Anti Glare Dispatch Rider
- Lens Colour: Amber Tinted / Safety Laminated
- Materials: Leather / Glass
- Era: 1914-1945
- Conflict: World War II (1939-1945)
- Service: Armed Services / Army / Air Force
- Country/ Organization: Great Britain / Allies
Antique 1888 Springfield Roadster Safety High Wheel Bicycle. Antique Springfield Roadster Safety Hi Wheel bike pretty sure from 1888 but may be 1889. This Bike is a nice representation of the last of the High Wheel / Penny Farthing / Ordinary era. Safety means the bike has a rake and consider safer the Original High Wheel / Ordinary bikes. Pedals and cranks work as a treadle, which is a pumping motion more than circular motion. Definitely advancements for the times, you can also coast on this bike. Springfield Roadster is the beginnings / related or becomes Lovell Diamond and further Iver Johnson Bicycles. I got this bike form a Large Iver Johnson collection buyout and have just been appreciating it. Bike is as received, is restored, seems good, but not my restoration work. This Ordinary is quite a bit out of my knowledge range and not my cup of tea so offering her up. Additional info and pictures are on the luxlowsite. The wheel and Tire rubber tip to rubber tip is 50 1/2 assuming a 50′ wheel bike, the treadle action is movable to accommodate multiple size riders. The Bike has a Great Look definitely worthy of a Collection. Rate Varies in relation to how the item ships. If you have a problem with your order, We strongly suggest emailing us first for our best solution to the problem. We Hope You Enjoy Bikes as Much as We Do, Check Out the new look of Lux Low our Ever Growing Bicycle Portfolio of Antique and Vintage Bicycles from 1890 to 1990. We Specialize in Full Antique Bicycle Restoration, Custom Chopper Bicycles, Antique Wood Wheel Safety Bicycles, Vintage Cruiser Patina Restores, and Vintage Road & Racing Bikes. We Excel in Patina Wood Wheel Restores: Miami, Racycle, Mead, Ranger, Dayton, Iver Johnson, Spalding, Pope, Columbia, Sterling, and Repainting Schwinn Krates, Stingrays and Ballooner Bikes, Prewar Elgins, Colsons, Shelbys, Dayton Huffmans, Cleveland Welding, Hawthorne, Roadmasters, and Dope Azz Custom Bikes. The item “Antique Springfield Roadster Safety High Wheel Bicycle Ordinary Bike IverJohnson” is in sale since Saturday, October 20, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Bicycles\Complete Bicycles”. The seller is “luxlowbikes” and is located in Golden, Colorado. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- antique: bike
- vintage: bicycle
- fat: tire
- ballooner: cruiser
Antique Reading Standard Wood Wheel Motorbike made by Great Western Mfg. Antique Reading Standard Wood Wheel Bicycle made by Great Western Manufacturing Company of La Porte, Indiana around 1917. Great Western Manufacturing also made Crown Bicycles. This Reading Standard is a Nice Quality Antique bike showing Craftsmanship superior to later mass production bicycles. The bike has Great Patina with aged over paint, traces of original paint, and effects of the elements. The Bike is a 28″ x 1 1/2″ Wood wheel Roadster Bike with Tubular Tires. Nice White Wall Tubular that hold Shape but not air. (A Lux Low Tire treatment) The Bike is an Interesting Old Bicycle, Restored as Found with Patina intact. The Wood Rims have been refinished, restored, and re laced with original spokes to original hubs. The rear hub is a New Departure Model A Coaster Brake, and the Front is oddly an Iver Johnson front hub. The Chain is an early Skip tooth chain. Bike has Early Crank & Sprocket, Bottom Bracket, Head set, Stem, and wood block Pedals. I could find no literature on Reading Standard so the Bike is restored as found, except for the seat that was added and is period correct. The Wood Wheels and Original Patina is Beautiful and although completely rebuilt, I would say she is more of a show piece than 100 year old Rider. She is a Beautiful Old Reading Standard Bicycle that would Adorn any Collection. Please Respectively spare me your Research Questions on your own bike or parts inquiries, what I have for sale will always be listed, and further info may be found on our Lux Low website. Rate Varies in relation to how the item ships. If you have a problem with your order, We strongly suggest emailing us first for our best solution to the problem. We Hope You Enjoy Bikes as Much as We Do, Check Out the new look of Lux Low our Ever Growing Bicycle Portfolio of Antique and Vintage Bicycles from 1890 to 1990. We Specialize in Full Antique Bicycle Restoration, Custom Chopper Bicycles, Antique Wood Wheel Safety Bicycles, Vintage Cruiser Patina Restores, and Vintage Road & Racing Bikes. We Excel in Patina Wood Wheel Restores: Miami, Racycle, Mead, Ranger, Dayton, Iver Johnson, Spalding, Pope, Columbia, Sterling, and Repainting Schwinn Krates, Stingrays and Ballooner Bikes, Prewar Elgins, Colsons, Shelbys, Dayton Huffmans, Cleveland Welding, Hawthorne, Roadmasters, and Dope Azz Custom Bikes. The item “Antique Reading Standard Wood Wheel Motor Bike Prewar Safety Bicycle Cycle Crown” is in sale since Sunday, September 14, 2014. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Bicycles\Complete Bicycles”. The seller is “luxlowbikes” and is located in Golden, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States.
- antique: bike
- vintage: bicycle
- fat: tire
- ballooner: cruiser
WELCOME TO GROOVYDUBBER’S. Over the next month, I’ll advertise lots of superb vintage bicycles. And will consider serious offers on any of them. 1888 CROSS FRAME SAFETY BICYCLE. Good Original Unrestored Cosmetics. Open head, Solid tyres. This solid tyre crossframe safety – believed to have been made by Sharratt & Lisle (see below) – recently came out of decades of dry storage. In the 1980s the owner had the handlebar and seat post chromed. The saddle is newer. The frame and working parts of this bicycle are in unrestored original condition and an inspection of the steering head indicates that the machine has had little use. The mudguards are also in excellent condition, whereas they are normally battered on a surviving bicycle of this era. The original pedals are worn (I would replace with good working condition replica safety bike pedals if required). The rims and hubs are matching; the front tyre is slightly wider than the rear. The rear wheel is in excellent condition, while the front rim has had a repair sometime in its life and one spoke is loose. The front wheel is just about rideable as is, though if you were going to use it seriously, the front wheel should be rebuilt and solid tyre fitted (easily available). A partnership formed in 1876 by Edward Lisle and Edwin John Sharratt. Edward Lisle already had premises at Moorfields, Wolverhampton, but new premises were secured in Pountney Street, Wolverhampton, and later in Stewart Street. Sharratt also formed a partnership with a Mr Parker and produced’Connaught’ bicycles from the Pountney Street premises. Star’ high- wheelers were produced from c. In 1883 the Star Cycle Co. (Sharratt and Lisle) Ltd was formed. The partnership was dissolved when Sharratt left to trade on his own account. Sharratt & Lisle was wound up in 1895 although machines continued to be advertised as Sharratt & Lisle until 1896 with the address as Stewart Street, Wolverhampton. In 1896 the Star Cycle Co. Ltd was formed by way of name change from the Star Cycle Co. (Sharratt and Lisle) Ltd and traded from the Stewart Street premises. Frame 10,317 was produced in 1895. STAR CYCLE Co Ltd. (Sharratt and Lisle) Ltd and trading as Sharratt and Lisle. The works were in Stewart Street, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire. The company made some Pedersen machines under licence from the Dursley Pedersen Cycle Co. In the same year the Presto Gear Case Co. Ltd was formed by the Lisle family. This made bicycle chaincases which were easily opened and removed by withdrawing two screws. By 1897 the Star company employed some 400 workers and by 1898 production was running at 9-10,000 a year. In that year the chief machines built were the’Star’ path racer,’Star’ road racer,’Star’ light roadster, popular’Star’, single and double steering tandems, the lady’s’Star’, the lady’s popular’Star’ and youth’s’Star’. These are fitted with Dunlop, Clincher, Warwick, or Beeston tyres; saddles of standard make, and’Presto’ chaincases. It is known that the firm made machines for other firms in 1898 such as for Walton. King was the company secretary in 1898. There was also a lady’s model for 16 guineas. In 1905 four grades of’Star’ were offered. The machine was lined in burnished gold. The equipment included a ball-bearing free-wheel and also a two speed gear if desired. The brakes were now operated by a neat arrangement of revolving levers on the handlebar. The rear rim brake is also placed high up, and supported from the back forks, instead of from the chain stays. Possessed many of the features of its more expensive brother. The inverted lever brakes were retained on this machine, which was fitted with Dunlop tyres and Westwood plated rims. Which weighed about 30lb. With a choice of tyres between Warwick’s and Clipper’s. In 1905 a deep depression started in the bicycle trade. There was strong competition from German and American imports and sales were lost to the new motorcycle and car producers. Although sales improved a little over the next few years, Star decided to end cycle production in 1909 to concentrate on powered vehicles. Frame number 35,000 would be approximately October 1897 (it seems that the numbering continued from Sharratt and Lisle). I think most of you know how I operate by now. I try my best to provide a friendly professional service, with good condition vehicles. Original literature is available to download for free from the website. OWNER: The Online Bicycle Museum. The item “1888 SHARRATT & LISLE CROSS FRAME SAFETY BIKE Original Vintage Antique Bicycle X” is in sale since Friday, August 10, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Transportation Collectables\Bicycle\Other Bicycle”. The seller is “groovydubber” and is located in Brighton. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Modified Item: No
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom