Accessory Mascots

Courtesy The Autocar 1927 and 1928:  Wilmot Breeden and Boyce.

1927 Wilmot Breeden Ltd Calormeter with mascot wings was standard equipment on all Morris, Wolseley and Six Cylinder Standard Cars.  Produced at their Eastern Works Camden Street Birmingham and also London 22 Ely Place, Holborn Circus E.C.1.  Wilmot Breeden made a range of motoring accessories.  Boyce Moto-Meter Company, was based in New York USA and licensed the right to sell their product worldwide through various outlets, in this case through the retailers, The Benjamin Electric Ltd Brantwood Works, Tariff Road Tottenham, N.17.  The Boyce Moto-Meter was used on early American cars and came in various sizes from 2 inchs up to 3.5 inches in diameter, maybe even larger.