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Mountaineering Equipment

Whether your passion is to hike or climb mountains, we have amassed a small collection of vintage mountaineering equipment which will look just great wherever you decide to place them in your home or chalet.

205.00 CHF

This antique ice axe was manufactured in the 1960's in the Stubai valley, Austria. It shows normal signs of usage but no major nicks. It previously was Swiss military issue. A small Swiss cross is engraved on the adze as well as "STUBAI" & "Made in Austria".

215.00 CHF

This extra long (100 cm) & rare ice axe is in excellent shape! It has been cleaned and there are no nicks on the wood which has a great patina. The only markings on the adze are "E.M." Due to it's length it is shipped as "Cumbersome".

285.00 CHF

This is an original "NOS" vintage "Himalya - Kuno Rainer" ice axe made by the Felix Ralling Hammerwerk in the village of Fulpmes in the Stubai valley in South Tyrol, Austria. It is stamped with CCB on one side for C. Christen, Bern, the sport shop where it was sold to some person who never got to use it. A few signs of storage but otherwise brand new!

195.00 CHF

This antique ice axe was manufactured in the late 60's in the Stubai valley, Austria. It is new and previously was Swiss military issue. A small Swiss cross is engraved on one side of the adze and on the other side marked "STUBAI". 

155.00 CHF

These 8 point size 43 climbing crampons were made by A. Hupfauf in Einsiedeln, Switzerland in the 1940's. They are part of the "Prima" model range and are "New Old Stock" (NOS).

155.00 CHF

A pair of 10 point, Eckenstein model, wrought iron crampons named after their inventor Oscar Eckenstein (1859 -1921). They are in great condition (metal & leather!). Eckenstein was a passionate climber and innovator. He developed theses crampons in 1908 and two years later, with the help of Henry Grivel of Courmayeur on the Italian side of the Mont Blanc, they became commercially available. 

135.00 CHF

These size 43, 8 point vintage crampons were manufactured in the late 60's in the Stubai valley, Austria. They feature Tyrolia leather straps and are overall in very good condition.

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This antique ice axe was manufactured  by "Gebr. Andenmatten" (the Andenmatten brothers) in Saas Almegel, Valais, Switzerland. The brothers started making axes in 1918 and continued with a second family generation until the early 1970's. It has been cleaned, polished and ready to decorate your mountain chalet with.

135.00 CHF

This is an original pair of vintage  wrought iron climbing crampons made by the Felix Ralling Hammerwerk company in the village of Fulpmes in the Subai valley in south Tyrol, Austria. They have 10 points and are marked size 43. The leather straps are in excelent shape and the metal is clean.

265.00 CHF

This is an original vintage "STUBAI" ice axe made by Albert Lutz AG  in Teufen Appenzell, Switzerland. The ice axe is in very good condition and the shaft is free of cracks, dents, or splinters. It features an adjustable leather cover for the adze and pick, a metal ring around the wooden schaft with a leather wrist leash attached.

85.00 CHF

This pair of 1920's antique ski goggles were worn by the Swiss "Gebirgsjager" (Military Mountain Troops). The extreme dark green lenses shielded their eyes from the glare of the sun reflecting off the bright white glaciers. They come with an aluminium storage box. Ski with them, wear them at a ski party, hang them up or do it all!

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This is an original vintage "Stubai Aschenbrenner Ges. Gesch" (all engraved on the head). The axe is very good condition and shows signs of normal wear. The leather head protector is torn a bit at the tip (see photo). Their is also one of the previous owners name carved on one side. This particular ice axe was bought at the famous Schuster Sport Shop in Munich, Germany.

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This is an original vintage "Himalya - Kuno Rainer" ice axe made by the Felix Ralling Hammerwerk in the village of Fulpmes in the Stubai valley in south Tyrol, Austria. The axe is very good condition and the shaft is free of cracks, dents, or splinters. For some history, Kuno Rainer was an Austrian Mountain Guide who was involved in the first expedition to climb Nanga Parbat in the Himalaya.

275.00 CHF

This antique ice axe was manufactured in the late 60's in the Stubai valley, Austria. It is in very good condition and the shaft is free of cracks, dents or splinters. It features an adjustable leather cover for the adze, metal ring around wooden schaft with coton wrist leash attached. One side of the head is marked "STUBAI"  It has been cleaned, polished and ready to decorate your chalet with!

265.00 CHF

This is an original vintage "Stubai Aschenbrenner Führerpickel Ges. Gesch  / Made in Austria" (all engraved on the head). The axe is very good condition and the shaft is free of cracks, dents, or splinters. For some history, Peter Aschenbrenner was an Austrian Mountain Guide (1902-1998) who was involved in early expeditions to climb Nanga Parbat in the Himalya's.

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This antique short handle ice axe was manufactured in Chamonix, France by the famous "Simond Brothers". The handle is in fair shape and shows signs of being well used. The metal adze is in good shape with "A. Simond & Frères, A Chamonix" with a flower and a barely visible Chamois engraved. This specific model was mainly used to make steps in the ice.

270.00 CHF

This is a very rustic looking 50's ice axe made by P. Schild & Sons in Kandersteg, Bernese Oberland Switzerland. Heavy rust blistered the metal on the head which gives it a very authentic look. Otherwise it is very good shape and the shaft is free of cracks,  dents or splinters. The faded name "P. Schild & Sohn" is engraved on the head as well as the previous owner on the reverse side (Franz ?).

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This antique ice axe was manufactured in 1939 by "Gebr. Andenmatten" (the Andenmatten brothers) in Saas Almegel, Valais, Switzerland. The brothers started making axes in 1918 and continued with a second family generation until the early 1970's. The serial number 8379 and year 1939 are stamped on the metal head. It has been cleaned, polished and ready to decorate your mountain chalet with.

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This vintage ice axe was manufactured in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France by "Francois Simond & Fils" which is engraved on the metal head along with "Simond Spécial A" along with a mountain goat head. Considering it's age, it is still in very good condition. This would be a great item to enhance your ski chalet decor or a fine gift for a mountain enthusiast.

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