in case it was not clear to you the Bert Scheuer Co. was an importer of cycles rather than a manufacturer
marques such as Executive, President & The Londoner were their property
as one walks through the decades from the firm's 1931 launch going forward it is possible to find examples...
thanks very much for sharing this find with the forum
appears original colour was red with white trim
if you were to do an evaporust or citric acid bath a surprising amount of the original colour would reappear
outstanding that there is no damage or non-original...
by the early 1970's there were a number of Sears Steyr models which were lugless
adult three-speed, five-speed and tenspeed models
have not checked to see how far back lugless Steyr produced Sears bikes may go
have no experience with the juvenile models
me cyber savvy be perilously close to nought
a) you could try accessing through internet archive
b) you could try accessing through a search on google-fu
key words in thread title: Lygie head badge
they are held in place by a single phillips head screw
as recalled, they began appearing on department store type cycles prior to their adoption by Schwinn
other readers are sure to have firmer information...
suspect fork may be contract produced in asia
readers with an interest in this marque may wish to explore here -
regarding the number visible on Lygie headplates a lively forum discussion was held here with lots of speculation and no conclusion reached...
Thanks very much for this response with additional information & imagery. 😉
The font employed for the marking on the stem looks just like the Titan one - @non-fixie will be able to comment. The colour anodised sleeve on the bar also looks like a Titan feature...
Royal Nord is a very...
Thank you for sharing this very good question.
AFAIK this model of rear mech enjoyed a longer production life than any other from the manufacturer.
There were other models which enjoyed a production life of as little of two to three years such as the Sportman.