This my 1964 Carlton Flyer, built up from a frame and forks only using mostly NOS period and contemporary components I have plundered from evilbay, SJS and my own collection of parts. Its a 22-1/2" frame of 531 tubing and uses Campag mechs, pedals, hubs etc throughout.
I'm somewhat confused by your description, could you please clarify a few points to me. What do you mean by period and contemporary? Do you mean that the parts are period correct and contemporary to the time the frame was built, or to when it was redone and repainted? I have looked at the parts and can only find the hubs, the seatpost and Bluemels mudguards to possibly be period correct to 1964. The rear mech predates 1964 as it is from 1960-63. The GB Coureur brake calipers (if that is what they indeed are) post-date the frame by a few years. The Campagnolo shift levers are 20 years newer from the 80's, the Campagnolo Sport headset is no older than the 70's, the Veloce chainset, as well as the front mech are about 30 years newer than the frame. The saddle is likewise newer. The pedals are from the 70's or 80's, the toe clips from the 80's... I am quite taken by the Bluemels mudguards, they nicely set off the colour that you chose for the frame respray. I must say however that, having been the victim of a set of untrimmed stays like those on your bike, I can only beseech you to do the right thing and trim them. I still have a scar, 30 years on, where a Bluemels stay ripped into my leg. Is this bike a rider, or is it another wall-hanger? Did you use any particular philosophy in selecting the components when building the bike up or did you simply use what you could find at the time? I personally have bikes built up using a particular philosophy, as well as ones simply cobbled together with a mish-mash of parts and can readily accept both, but do enjoy trying to understand the state of mind of the owner at the time of building.