Nice enough speakers, subjected to a bit of snobbery because they are not paper coned models. He might be asking a bit too much for them but that model comes up so infrequently that they may justify a high price because of their relative rarity.
I had the Bradleys (12") from the Surrey range - in fact come to think of it I submitted that brochure to Hans as Tannoy were kind enough to send me a scan of the original. Quite liked the integral stands at the time, sold them to try out some LRM's.
Ahem yes Graham, for a long while I did try pretty much any reasonably priced model I could get my hands on .
I liked the Bradleys quite a lot, though they suffered from the same surround failure that all the foam edged tannoys do so fitted some new ones from Oz. They don't have any treble controls which was a bit of a break from the usual form, but sounded pretty good actually, 'punchier' than some. Cabinets were solid and well made, though basically nicely veneered chipboard from what I remember. Temporarily fitted a pair of 3149 drivers from the LRM's while I serviced the surrounds, which didn't sound a lot different tbh.....but other than the surround the drivers looked identical, so.... In direct comparison against the LRM's I'd say they were more rounded, gave better bass, less 'in your face' mid-range. Nice, easy to live with.
I recall them being quite cheap, probably as they were a lesser known model.