I thought I’d put up the best of the other photos I’ve taken of the decals and parts of my 1966 Phillips loop-frame roadster, Mary Poppins. You’ve already seen the headbadge, front mudguard, pedals, and saddle in other posts. Here’s the rest.
Other decals on the curved top post of the bike. The top one, badly damaged, shows a coat of arms and the words “GUARANTEED GENUINE ———– –IGHT —-GHT”. The green sticker is the repair sticker from a now-departed local bike shop. You can also see the top braze-on for the missing frame pump, and some paint damage on the front mudguard.
More pinstriping, and a decal that reads, “THE TRUE —-ER —–E B——-“. The rear braze-on for the frame pump is hiding under that electrical tape. I guess it was catching on someone’s trouser cuff?
The chainguard, with Phillips decal and some damage from the pedal. This is also a pretty good photo of the pedals and crank. The chain could use cleaning, and I haven’t checked it for wear yet.
Rear mudguard with reflector [update: it’s marked BSA.U.40LI(heart)LIC.2628 FAIRYLITES BRITISH MADE I(circle)3224] and a smear of adhesive – I wonder what used to be stuck there (maybe another chrome trim piece?). There is a very badly scratched up decal further up the fender, the one with the lion and the phrase “Reknowned The World Over” that’s modelled on the prewar Phillips headbadge.
These grips are made of the same material as the rear reflector’s casing, so I think they might be rubber, not plastic. They are marked “MADE IN ENGLAND”.