Re: [CR]Columbus Decal Trivia

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Subject: Re: [CR]Columbus Decal Trivia
Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2007 12:55:30 -0400
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I wonder what the color of the dove was on those very old (1950s) decals that Steven Maasland donated at the Cirque auction? Those were varnish-apply style and very neat with product description and envelope as cool as the decals within! (Thanks again Steven)

When the foil stickers start and/or stop?

Dale Brown Greensboro, North Carolina USA

-----Original Message----- From: Norm and Val Lafleur <> To: classicrendezvous <> Sent: Sat, 16 Jun 2007 2:10 pm Subject: [CR]Columbus Decal Trivia

The CR Columbus site shows a "very early foil type sticker". This is very similar to the original "sticker" on my Cinelli except that the dove on the Cinelli is black. I have also seen these with a white dove. The question is, does the color of the dove have any significance? I have heard that the color may identify different tubing types with the black being heavier. I'm also suspicious that it may mean nothing other than the white just being a later decal. Are there any experts out there with a definitive explanation? Any timeline for when the various decals appeared?

Norm Lafleur
Ashfield, Ma.