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Turner Emblems

Photos and information courtesy of Russell Filby and David Scott

This is the original Turner emblem that is on the nose of the Formula 2 car, chassis No. 007, which is in the Haynes Museum in Sparkford (UK).

According to the information David Scott has gathered, the more familiar Turner emblem or badge was created in the design department of Webb Doulton Crystal Glass.  John Webb was closely associated with Turner and was a member of the family that owned the manufactures.  The badge shows Jack Turner's origins in the form of the Two Welsh Griffons Rampant, with the horseshoe and anvil representing the birthplace of Turner Sports Cars at the Smithy, Seisdon, Nr Wolverhampton.

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