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Old January 14th 19, 09:34 PM posted to rec.autos.antique
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Default hubcap identification? 2 lions facing a crest

Hi there! Trying to see if someone can help me ID a hubcap brand (and hopefully a year range for the make and model).
I've been searching all over and I'm stumped!
(wish I could upload a pic, but...)

the emblem is 2 lions, one on each side. both facing inward toward a castle crest. the castle crest has a sash inside of it diagonally (top left down to bottom right) with 2 shields on bottom left under the sash and 1 shield on top right above the sash.

has to be British or french vintage car company....

help?
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