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 Post subject: Re: Jack Baguley
PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2013 10:18 pm 
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roadking wrote:
Looks a lot like my Youngs (of Lewisham) Marksman, 1960, 531 throughout and Nervex Professional lugs as Ned has mentioned.

There is a mention of Jack on Classic Lightweights, confirms the address and that it was a one roomed shop, but no mention of his frames.

The Stoke Newington location is usually associated with Paris. I've not heard of Baguley: suspect (again Ned might be right) frames were bought in from trade builder.

Nice frameset nonetheless.

Jon.


Just compared a picture of a Youngs Marksman and they are very similar!


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 Post subject: Re: Jack Baguley
PostPosted: Wed Sep 18, 2013 8:13 am 
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ed_de_ball wrote:
roadking wrote:
Looks a lot like my Youngs (of Lewisham) Marksman, 1960, 531 throughout and Nervex Professional lugs as Ned has mentioned.

There is a mention of Jack on Classic Lightweights, confirms the address and that it was a one roomed shop, but no mention of his frames.

The Stoke Newington location is usually associated with Paris. I've not heard of Baguley: suspect (again Ned might be right) frames were bought in from trade builder.

Nice frameset nonetheless.

Jon.


Just compared a picture of a Youngs Marksman and they are very similar!


Here's my Marksman for comparison, I've shown the seatstay wrapover and brake bridge as they are different (I don't think yours is a Youngs, but a nice frame as mentioned).

For any Youngs fans out there in RBland my Marksman has the super rare headbadge.

Rk.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 05, 2015 6:34 pm 
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I am a new member and have just registered and found the threads about Jack Baguley I have been looking for one of his frames for many years and would pay good price for the example originally featured in the thread in 2011. My in laws owned the pet shop round the corner in Boleyn Road.


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 Post subject: Re: Jack Baguley
PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2015 11:36 am 
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This has just appeared on Classic Lightweights -

http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bu ... lders.html

Might answer a fw questions.


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