W & E. POLLARD – c.1940/50

W & E Pollard cycles were established in Coventry in 1920 by Bill Pollard, who set up as a frame builder at the early age of 19 years after becoming dissatisfied with his employment at a Coventry motor factory. He was a member of the Midland Cycling and Athletics Club. During World War II along with all other cycle-builders he was drafted to do contract war work but at the end of hostilities Bill started frame building again at Coundon, Coventry. In 1950 he moved the business to Stoney Stanton Road, staying there until the area was re-developed in 1968.

W & E. POLLARD, England, semi-lightweight gentleman's bicycle in sound, original condition.

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Frame size 580 mm (centre line to the top of saddle tube)