Just discovered this forum, so a little late in the day for reply, but was a regular in Henry Burton's shop in the '60s. He made a frame for me. It cost £17 10shillings. The lugs (Nervex pro) were hand-filed flush to the tubes by Charlie Bettley. A lovely job, and I was a very proud 17yr old, as you might imagine! I still have the frame, but it is not in good nick, I'm afraid, somewhat abandoned in favour of a new Focus. I wonder whether it be worth renovating? We we're able to go into the back to see the work-in-progress. Nearly all Stafford Road Club members rode one
It's never to late for an interesting reply! Welcome to the forum.
You've confirmed that the frames were build on site at the shop, at least in the 60's. Quite often shops bought out from 'jobbing' builders and put their own transfers on but it now seems that HB didn't for their better frames at least.
If you're going to become a 'proper' member of Retrobike you'll have to get yours renovated! Then you'll need all the period fittings. Hours of endless fun sourcing it all!!
I used to race against Stafford RC riders in the 60's, especially at Newcastle Track League when Les West and Brian Rourke used to give everyone a hard time! Great days.
Today is the yesterday of tomorrow.