AN IDEAL MASCOT
An interesting novelty recently placed upon the market which should appeal to the motorist is the horseshoe-shaped car mascot produced by ” Vica ” Products of 100a, Upper Richmond Road, London, S.W.15.
The shoe is_ of polished aluminium and the centre shield, which is edged with metal, is made of a special material which enables any colours to be inlaid: or embossed. Mascots with school, regimental or club colours can be supplied, and any special engraving made to order.
One particular adaptation is a Coronation mascot, of which the centre shield. is white with the Cross of St. George in red and a gold medallion of the heads. of the King and Queen in the centre.
These mascots are supplied with any desired fitting. They are on sale at Henlys, Truefitts of Burlington Arcade, and other stores, or can be obtained for 17:6 post free direct from the makers.
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