Limerick Motor Club Crest
Very early badge from a private collection. It is reckoned that this badge was in use in the 1948 to 1952 period.
Medal, white metal and enamel. Limerick/ Motor Club. In form of a wheel, with name on outer ring (tyre) and arms of Limerick at centre set on radiating lines (spokes). At either side at 3 & 9 o'clock are small winged wheels, with wings projecting outwards. Small wheels in black , outer band red and centre pink enamel. Suspension loop with ring at centre top.
Limerick Motor Club enamel badge (1950’s / 1960’s)
A nicely detailed badge issued for the Limerick Motor Club depicting their crest.
Picture reproduced with the kind permission of John Waldron.
Enamels: 2 (red & blue). Finish: Gilt. Material: Brass.
Fixer: None, but there are two small holes drilled through either wheel on the left and right sides. These allow the badge to be stitched onto the jacket. Size: 1 ¼“ x 15/16” (about 32mm x 23mm).
Process: Die stamped. Maker: No maker’s name or mark.
Radiator Badge this has been used as website crest
Cloth badge from the 1990s Note incorrect use of cross instead of pennant on castle
Badge from about 2010
Window sticker from the late 1990s
Winder sticker for the club's 25th anniversary. The crest shown is a modernised version of the winged wheel.
The 50th anniversary badge was presented to competitors in club events during 1998 in a presentation box.