Definately a Cordon Bleu, as it has the little square locating lug for aftermarket changers. The previous owner told me yesterday that he bought it second hand about 1970, and thought it was "about 8 years old" when he got it. It was Ruby and Cream. This seems to confirm what i though about it, i.e circa 1962
The transfers seem to be available as mentioned here, but i have yet to contact them about the "signature" which looks a little different to the ones on the lloyds site.
The B/B is still a bit of an enigma. It is a Baylis item, and seems to me to stick out by about 1/4 inch to far on the non-drive side. Anyone have any experience of these, and know what the proper distance should be?
Going to my LBS to see if he can help, tomorrow.
EDIT 4/8/10....I would just like to thank Quest Adventure, Broadwater, Sussex, for their help with my B/B. Just popped in and they did it on the spot. Thanks Guys.