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I have for sale a 1952 Hercules Popular gents bicycle with a 22" frame with 28" wheels. It has Sturmey Archer drum brakes with roller levers, as well as a Sturmey Archer 3 speed gear system integrated into the hub brake. It comes with a brass control lever, a pre-ww2 piece.

It was originally handmade in Birmingham, England, in 1952, then imported into Singapore. Restored in 2011 by The Rebound Centre, it is hand-finished in its original Buckingham Black with gold pinstriping..., the correct decals, badge, etc. It was then finished with rich layers of clear lacquer. Today, it is some complete, it even has a sealed warranty and owners manual booklet from the 1950s.

It has been a display piece since.

This is your chance to buy the quintessential gentleman's bicycle with a rich history.

$1,990/=

Enquiries, please message: 9 Eight 1 Seven One 2 Eight9

 

 

 



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