Six early motorcycling gold prize medals
Six early motorcycling gold prize medals, comprising: Auto Cycle Union (2), female standing between laurels, reverses engraved Six Days Trial 1912 Awarded To C. M. Keiller, 25mm, 15ct, 10.7g and Six Days Trial 1913 Awarded To C.M. Keiller, 25mm, 15ct, 11.3g; Edinburgh And District Motor Club Ltd., Mercury standing on winged wheel, reverses engraved Scottish Six Days Motor Cycle Reliability Trial C. M. Keiller July 1912, 26mm, 10ct, 14.1g and Scottish Six Days Motor Cycle Reliability Trial C. M. Keiller July 1912, 26mm, 13.5g; Oxford, enamelled Oxford arms, rev. engraved Open Hill Climb April 13 1912 C. M. Keiller within laurel wreath, 26mm, 15ct, 12.6g; and London to Exeter Motor Cycling Club winged torch above medallions of St. Paul's and Exeter cathedral, arms below, rev. London Exeter London, engraved Dec. 26th & 27th 1913 Car C. M. Keiller, 28mm, hallmark unclear, 13g. Extremely fine (6) Clifton Macnee Keiller (1888-1968) of GWK cars. In February 1908 he began a three year pupilage in the engineer's office at GWR's Swindon Works. J. Talfourd Wood, the W in GWK, was a pupil at Swindon at the same time. 1911 he was living at Springfield, 19 Brackley Road, Beckenham, Kent. The prototype GWK car was built in a stable in Beckenham. In 1921 he married, at Wandsworth, to Doris M. Lorden.