It seems they did use it.
So not an off the peg model. Rather a nice 56 L’Atlantique .
The fork crown is also one usually used on the Fleur de Lys model, as is that seat cluster.
His father has nice taste!
This photo of A.S.G. is taken from a copy of Cycling from 1942. It's the best reproduction I can manage - not great, but it gives an idea of the man.
The article is about an institute for accrediting cycle traders and repairers founded by ASG.
Nice to be able to put a face to the name finally.
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