Vintage Merckx Dangre-Starnord (France, Valenciennes). Before Merckx started his own firm, bicycles under his name and licence were made in Belgium, Great Britain and also in France.
Maino frame 1977
Founded in 1896 in Alessandria (Italy) by Giovanni Maino.
In 1939, taken over by Cesare Rizzato (Atala), who himself began in 1921.
Sold in 2002 to Tim International S.A., a concern. This low end model from 1977 (cfr serial number) had initially Campagnolo Valentino derailleurgroup and Comet brakeset.
Raleigh team frame (SBDU) 1976
SBDU stands for Raleigh's Specialist Bicycle Development Unit (SBDU).
These TOP frames were built in an old factory of the old Rolls Royce factory in IIkeston.
Country: Nottingham, England
Vintage Norta frame from 1975
Nishiki Olympic Royal, Kawamura Cycles Japan. Made in the period between American Eagle and the take over bij Giant. The Italian features remind of a high-end race bicycle. Peculiar for the late '80ies are the cable guides on the top tube and on the bracket.
Vintage Cinzia frame 1979
Vintage steel race bike Charles Terryn
Charles Terryn, for a time mechanic for Merckx, had a shop in Anderlecht near Brussels. A lot of information you can find on the site of Le Cycleur. Most frames were made by other builders such as Weymans (presumably the grey one) , Derycke (presumably the red one), ...
Zullini, a Dutch-Italian connection. The Dutch firm (in Voorburg) van Herwerden had frames made at Zullo (his wife is from the Netherlands) and Chesini under the name Zullini. In the original catalogs of van Herwerden from the '70ies and the '80ies you can admire a lot of what we now call vintage 'stuff'. Among others the Super Strada.