Below left is the new bearing (Nice) and to the right, one of the two old ones; the one that survived intact.. One can clearly see written on it, "Hoffman," Made in England" and "ULS SE". I was amazed to find that these numbers could still be cross-referenced to a modern replacement pair.
The bearing mounted in its hub with a new nut retaining it.
The hub cap installed. I used acorn nuts; they are more decorative and also cover what would otherwise be an exposed bolt end. I can't recall what was in the center of the hub (I think either nothing or just a bolt), but I added the grease fitting