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Enamel Bonnet Badge

Too many people duplicate work that others already have done ... if you're having something remade then tell us about it! Success and Disasters, they are all useful to know about!
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Re: Enamel Bonnet Badge

Postby simps » 15 Jun 2019 08:39

Agreed, I think I’d have gone mad by now!!!

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Re: Enamel Bonnet Badge

Postby XSeries » 19 Jun 2019 13:27

Who can say that I have not! :x

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Re: Enamel Bonnet Badge

Postby XSeries » 25 Jul 2019 10:49

This project is finally over!

Final price is 52 pounds per badge plus postage and packing. That is 2.50 for signed 2nd class UK postage. I will NOT be going to the post office daily - I am hoping for orders of 20+ so it might take a couple of days to post these with the next batch. Please be a little patient.

International signed for in Europe is £8.50 and £9.00 for World except for Aus NZ for which it is £9.20

Two badges are the same postage cost, but 3 - 6 will be £1 more.

I plan to be at the TR Register / TSSC meet on Saturday 17 August - post free!!
I will also be at the European TR Meeting in Pamplona, Spain at the end of September - again post free!

The second photo was taken at the base of a waste paper basket with the lens of the camera poking through a hole in a piece of paper to cut out my reflection - but it looks a little dull as a result!!
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Re: Enamel Bonnet Badge

Postby rugbyref1 » 25 Jul 2019 11:27

Well done and well stuck at!
Christopher

A respectable collection.

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Re: Enamel Bonnet Badge

Postby XSeries » 25 Jul 2019 11:53

Thanks! I have the chrome base of your damaged badge to return, but the broken top is gone forever I fear!

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Re: Enamel Bonnet Badge

Postby XSeries » 25 Jul 2019 16:22

Christopher, I have found it hidden at the bottom of the packaging so let me know if you would like it back.

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Re: Enamel Bonnet Badge

Postby rugbyref1 » 25 Jul 2019 17:00

Yes, no rush. I'm not at the TR Register National this year, but we'll find a good time.
Christopher

A respectable collection.

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Re: Enamel Bonnet Badge

Postby moestr7v8 » 25 Jul 2019 22:43

Well done Brian, the badges look good and the price is pretty good too, good luck with the sales.
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Re: Enamel Bonnet Badge

Postby XSeries » 07 Aug 2019 15:02

Thanks - I have had a good deal of very positive feedback - some sent directly but some on public fora. Examples include:

Received my two badges very promptly. They are beautiful. Thanks for your efforts.

Got the TR7 Triumph badge today. It's perfect and worth every penny. You did a really great job with them.

Badge arrived today and is stunning.


Which makes me pleased that some more of our cars are on the road and looking good!

See https://www.tr8archive.co.uk/badges1.html

Brian

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