|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.