Any ideas which A&C transfers http://www.hlloydcycles.com/
are likely to be correct for 1948 Stallard Montlhery? Did Stallard ever fit A&C transfers?
What leads you to think Stallard used A & P as opposed to the more common (in this early post war period) Reynolds tubes ? A & P was a high quality tubeset, easily as good as 531 (some say superior); and was, by Hobbs of Barbican for example, offered to customers along with Reynolds.
I have several bicycles with A & P tubesets (including HoB).
Hope this helps, but remember many builders did not apply tubing transfers (early Hetchins for example unless the customer specifically asked), as they only made frames from the best quality tubesets.
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