SOLD: Campagnolo chain ring, 49 T, 151 mm BCD, 3/32"

NIP - New In Package
NOS - New Old Stock
This beautiful chain ring is 100% new and unused.
Never used or mounted.
Early style "Record" chain ring for road (strada), but also possible for track (pista).
Stamped "Patent Campagnolo" and "49".
Bold Circle Diameter (BCD) = 151 mm, so pre 1967 (?).
For narrow chain (3/32"), however, it can be combined with a 1/4" chain.
Very, very rare. Certainly in this NEW condition. Still in original paper cover / package.
Price excl. postage.

Rossin Pista specification

Frame and fork: Rossin Pista, 50 cm centre to top, Italian Columbus steel from tubing from the 1980s
Cranks: Campagnolo Pista, 165 mm, BCD 151 mm, 48T, 3/32"
BB set: Gipiemme
Front hub: Campagnolo Pista 32H
Rear hub: Campagnolo Pista 32H
Rims: Campagnolo Victory Strada 32H tubular
Tubulars: Clément / Vittoria Cronometro CS
Sprocket: Shimano Dura Ace 16T 3/32" (others available)
Chain: Sedis Pro silver coloured 3/32"
Pedals: Campagnolo Pista steel
Toe clips: Campagnolo steel
Toe straps: Alfredo Binda
Saddle: 3ttt # 30 Superleggero
Seat post: 3ttt Mod. Record , 27.2 mm
Stem: 3ttt Pista No. 3; 58 degrees; 12 cm.
Handlebars: 3ttt Competizione Gimondi 44 o-o
Bar tape: Cat eye cotton / cloth

Rossin Pista ready

Finally! The Rossin Pista is ready. Chain ring, cog, chain and tubulars installed, bar tape wrapped. Here's the first picture of the finished bike. And now waiting for someone who's able and has the guts to ride it. This bike on Velospace

Selle Royal CX saddle

This saddle was the last real attempt of Selle Royal to offer a real racing saddle. The CX was launched in the second half of the 1980s.
All I do remember of this saddle is that it looked great, but it was terribly uncomfortable. I think I got one of the 1st sample, but took it off my bike after the first attempt. Nearly everybody must have had the same feeling, judging by the rare reviews available on the web. Anyway, the saddle was not a success, thus very rare at this moment. Nice collectors item.
The nose of the saddle is open, letting the air flowing through the saddle. A nice aerodynmic feature for the early time trial bikes, at least in theory.
The curves at the back of the rails should offer some suspension and comfort.
Last photo: how the saddle comes new in box: together with saddle cover and brochure.

Chain ring Campagnolo 49 teeth, BCD 144 mm, 3/32"

To be honest, I was looking for a chain ring with BCD 151 mm, but by mistake I clicked on an Ebay item with BCD 144 mm. No problem, since most of my cranks and rings are 144 mm and I didn't have a 49T yet, so this is a welcome addition to my range of track chain rings.
Same as this chain ring (which IS 151 mm though), it is the "Record" type, which is good and nice.
It's not completely new, but it has just minimal wear signs. So, decades of life in it.