I have below some nice scans of the full catalog. Take a look!
|The Professional Model - introduced in 1968. The catalog touts the stiffness of the frame due to the long spearpoint tangs on the bottom bracket shell.|
|I dig all those multi-colored bands around the seat tube on this Vincitore.|
|The King of Mercia was (maybe still is?) a fairly common model. It typically came with standard Prugnat lugs with a vaguely heart-shaped cutout in them, but had plenty of custom options. There's something kind of patriotic about that color scheme.|
|The Super Vigorelli track model.|
|Miss Mercian "ladies" model. I've also seen the Miss Mercian offered in a mixte configuration.|
|The Campionissimo was more of a budget-oriented bike, but like the Olympic, one could still specify colors (provided they ordered direct from Mercian, I suppose). It was also sold as a complete bicycle.|