Motoring Badges

Brooklands Aero-Club.

A 1930's Brooklands Aero-Club badge.  There is a number on the back of the badge, it is also marked This badge is the property of the Brooklands Aero Club, Spencer's of London.

Among one of the rarest and most coveted of car badges - The Brooklands Aero-Club full members motorcar badge.  Introduced in the late 1920's and ran to the late 1930's, the Art Deco golden age of wealthy high-society playboys!

Based at the world famous Brooklands motor racing circuit and aviation centre.  The club was a Mecca for the rich and famous.  Opened in 1907 by the millionaire Hugh Fortescue Locke-King.  Brooklands was the worlds first motor racing circuit, and was also the home of the Brooklands Automobile Racing Club.  Soon, the Brooklands Aero-Club was formed, with its exclusive headquarters and flying venue.  The Brooklands Automobile Racing Club and The Brooklands Aero-Club soon became favourites of high-society.  A meeting place for elite personalities and their friends from the wealthy world of motor racing and aviation.