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Hi I am new member - i have a long history in old english motorcycles but not bicycles.  I have just acquired a vintage ladies Truimph bicycle and the transfer show it to be a Maid of Clubs model.  I have attached some photos.  I cannot find any information on this bicycle - does anyone know the approximate year of manufacture and if you have any knowledge does it look in original condition.  This is for my own use and i'm just interested in its history.  I know its a ladies bike but i think it looks manly enough for me!!  I am not looking to restore it because I love its patina.

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Hi, please post some pictures, I'm we love to see it.

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