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Skis

Antique skis are popular with collectors, particularly with skiing enthusiasts. Throughout history, skis have been used for both practical and recreational purposes. Our finely restored and non restored collection mostly originates from the snowy climates of Switzerland, Germany and France. Due to their rustic look, the vintage skis displayed here can add to the appeal of virtually any room. (If you are looking for a specific item please use our search box feature above).

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These are a nice & scarce pair of vintage wooden 1940's children skis & poles. The bamboo poles & 160 cm skis are in excellent condition for their age. The bindings have their original leather toe straps & the poles have new baskets and hand straps. These would be a great enhancement to your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room  for that matter.

415.00 CHF

These are really an adorable & increasingly hard to find pair of vintage 1940's children skis & poles. They originate from "SPORT ARTIKEL VEB OBERROD", Oberrod being in a community in the Westerwaldkreis in Rhineland-PalatinateGermany.  The VEB stands for “Volkseigener Betrieb” (Publicly owned company). The bindings have been cleaned of heavy rust and the toe straps replaced. The 82 cm hickory ski poles are complete with leather hand straps and basket webbing on the double rattan rings. They are in excellent condition and will no doubt enhance your decor at your chalet/home children’s bedroom or any other room for that matter.

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Here is another pair of very old handmade skis which we discovered in the Canton of Grison in Switzerland. They are completely restored and the leather toe straps have been replaced -  the heel straps were also updated at some point in time. The 104 cm bamboo poles hand straps and rattan baskets have been replaced with newer looking ones. What really makes these antique skis very unique, is that the bindings were cast in brass which we have never seen before! This pair of very rustic homestead skis were mainly used for getting around the hilly farm land or for a quick supply trip down to the local village market. This combined set would look just great decorating the walls of your lodge, chalet or home.

380.00 CHF

These are really fine pair of complete vintage 1950's children skis & bamboo poles. The top of the skis have been restored and look very clean. They are equipped with  "Tornado" bindings (complete with new toe straps) and bamboo poles with new hand straps and newly restored baskets. The skis are without edges and the  base is covered with a hard plastic. Besides the tips of the poles being a bit rusty, they are in great shape and will look just great in your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room for that matter.

430.00 CHF

These are a rare pair of 1930's (non restored) vintage German "Elch" skis. The wood is in great shape and the leather of the toe binding has been replaced but the heal part is no longer in existence. All in all a fine looking pair of skis to hang up on any wall.

520.00 CHF

We found these increasingly hard to find 1920's children skis & hickory poles in the Laurentians, Quebec, Canada. the skis and hickory poles have been completly restored with new "period like" leather boot straps which go through the base of the skis. The leather pole grips are original and the rattan pole baskets are also "period like" replacements. These beautiful & very rare pair of "Nipple" skis & poles are part of Canadian skiing history & will no doubt look great hanging on the wall of your home or chalet.

425.00 CHF

These are a fine & rare pair of German "Maci Ski" wooden children skis & poles from the 1950's. The "Mesta Pionier's" bindings have their original leather toe straps and only the cable parts of the bindings show some signs of rust. The hickory poles have leather hand straps and the baskets have been replaced with new ones. These would be a great enhancement to your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room  for that matter.

385.00 CHF

These are really a fine & rare pair of complete vintage 1950's children skis. The top of the skis have been restored and look very clean. They are equipped with "TORNADO" bindings which are free of rust with new (period like) toe straps and the bamboo poles are with also equiped with new (period like) hand straps & rattan basket rings and leather webbing. Besides the tips of the poles being rusty, they are in great shape and will no doubt enhance your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room  for that matter.

295.00 CHF

These vintage 1950's "REKORD" children skis were made in the small village of Grossnaundorf, Saxony, Germany. The bindings have new toe straps & the bamboo poles leather baskets & grips are in great condition. This is a really nice pair of antique wooden skis to hang on the wall at your ski chalet or home.

580.00 CHF

These are a fine pair of 1920's Swiss skis & hickory poles which are complete and in very good condition. The tails of the skis are a bit worn from banging around but otherwise they look great with their original leather binding straps. The 130 cm poles have leather hand straps & rarely seen "Bulb" tops. The pole baskets are complete with leather their webbing and double ratan rings.These are great example of early Swiss made skis/poles and would make a great wall hanger at your ski chalet or home!

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These unrestored 1930's rustic skis and are in very good condition. Without edges they feature a red painted base, "Schuck" German bindings with complete leather straps. The metal binding parts are rusty and part of one nipple is broken off but still a very fine pair to decorate your chalet or home with.

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These are really a fine & rare pair of vintage 1920's children skis. As they were found in Thun, they were probably manufactured in the Bernese Highlands.They are in great shape with the original leather binding  straps (the toe straps have been repaired in several places with wire). These scarce skis will no doubt enhance your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room  for that matter.

470.00 CHF

These are a very beautiful & increasingly hard to find 1950's pair of restored vintage children skis. They are equiped with "KANDAHAR" bindings which are also restored and the toe straps have been replaced with new period type replicas. The poles are 94cm in length with 12 cm diameter aluminium baskets. The rare "bulb" tops of the poles have been retouched but the metal tips are rusty. The leather hand straps are original and the leather webbing on the baskets are all intact. Truly a nice & clean looking combination to enhance your home decor!

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These are a great find of 1940's  (NOS) Attenhofer skis from the 'Splitkein Alpina Collection' equiped with 1950's (NOS) Attenhofer 'Junior' bindings,  (NOS) 40's bamboo poles, as well as (used) Rieker boots & wax from Germany, Swiss glacier goggles which are all from the same decade. We mounted the skis and decided to sell the poles and other items as a unique  and very rare complete package.

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These 1930's vintage Swiss "Nipple Tip" ATTENHOFER skis are a real classic. They are completely restored with "ATTENHOFER - ALPINA" bindings with all leather straps still intact and new baskets/webbing on the poles. If you are looking to add to your antique ski collection or to display these in your home or chalet, you cannot go wrong choosing this antique pair.

185.00 CHF

These are a rare pair of vintage 1960's "OLYMPIA" children skis from Germany. They are unrestored but complete. This very clean pair of antique skis will without doubt enhance your decor in your chalet.

380.00 CHF

These homemade vintage skis are from the Haute Savoie in France. In the early 1900's skis like these were mainly used for transportaion purposes. Even though the ski down to the village market was a lot of fun, the climb back up was not. A great pair of skis for the serious collector or to enhance your home or chalet.

640.00 CHF

These very rare antique skis were made by "H. STAUB & CIE" sporting goods manufacturers in Zurich for the famous sports equipment store "Berger - Stalder" in Bern. They are in excellent condition and probably only used a few times. The bamboo poles show more signs of use but are complete with the leather hand straps and basket webbings intact. They measure 114 cm in length with Ø16 cm single rattan basket rings. The skis were most likely manufactured for the Swiss military Alpine Troops (Swiss military cross and serial number on bindings) and the surplus sold to Berger-Stalder.

The Tödi, is a mountain massif and with the mountain peak Piz Russein the highest mountain in the Glarus Alps and the highest summit in the canton of Glarus

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115.00 CHF

This replica vintage "Shot Ski" holds 4 shots & is just what you need for your next ski party, wedding or après ski gathering. Beautifully handcrafted (shot glasses not included).

375.00 CHF

These are a very fine pair of restored vintage 1950's German children skis & hickory ski poles. They are equiped with "TRUSETAL" bindings. The leather toes straps, pole baskets and grips are in excellent condition. This set will no doubt enhance the decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room  for that matter.

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These rustic 1940's "Ridge Top" skis are beautifully restored and are paired with restored bamboo ski poles. The skis are equiped with "Stratos"  bindings with  new old srock leather toes straps. The 104 cm poles have new rattan baskets & leather hand straps. These antique skis and poles will look just great on the wall or over the fireplace in you home or chalet!

480.00 CHF

These are 1920's rustic skis and are finely restored with very nice wood details. This is a rare collectible pair of true vintage skis from Germany. (Only ships within Switzerland)

610.00 CHF

These unrestored 1930's rustic Swiss skis are in very good original condition and were made by G. (Gottfried) Beetschen in the ski resort of Lenk in the Bernese Oberland. The bindings are "Attenhofer Alpina" which were a very popular binding worldwide made by Guido Reuge & Cie in Sainte Croix, Jura and then part of Attenhofer in the late 1930's. The skis patina are very nice and it looks like the skis were last used in the 40's or 50's as the bases are still covered with Toko's legendary Nr. 3 silver wax. The bamboo poles are in fantastic condition meassuring 115 cm in length with 17 cm diameter aluminium baskets. Both leather hand grips, straps and leather basket lacings are intact. A very rare & fine pair of skis/poles combination to decorate your chalet or home with.

145.00 CHF

These are a scarce pair of 1950's (non restored) vintage children skis equipped with leather strap bindings. The placement of the straps are adjustable. This pair is what some ski historians call "Skaters" (Children's First Skis). Just imagine how they would look decorating your child's bedroom!

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These 1943 "JACOBER" military skis are a very rare find. They are in very good condition and feature "ATTENHOFER - KANDAHAR" bindings and "JACOBER - HELVETIA" toe bindings with new leather straps.  The serial number, year of manufacture and Swiss military emblem are stamped on the skis. The base was renewed with red paint and the "JACOBER" logo is still partially visible on the tips. The top part of the edges is plastic and the rest are "ATTENHOFER - RUDI" metal edges. The bamboo poles are in very good condition with new rattan rings/leather webbing and the leather hand grips are intact. The hardware for attaching climbing skins is also mounted on the base of the skis. This a very rare & collectible pair of skis for the ski collector &/or for a beautiful display in your home or ski lodge.

280.00 CHF

1940's partially restored vintage ALLGAU skis. This German pair of skis are equipped with ALLGAU bindings.

240.00 CHF

These 1940's skis are in good used condition and the Attenhofer "Alpina-Cadet" bindings are complete with their original leather straps.  Frey started making skis from 1940 until 1960 in the town of Reinach, Aargau, Switzerland. Some surface of the skis shows signs of woodworm. Either hang them up on the wall as they are or make them your next  DIY restoration project.

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These are another nice pair of 1950's vintage children's or "First Skis". They are not restored but in very good condition with repaired leather foot straps and no doubt would look great anywhere to decorate your home or ski lodge!

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These are a brand new and very scarce pair of 1960's  vintage Erba "Limex ET 17" skis. Besides some rust on the edges they are immaculate.The ERBA Ski & Holzwarrenfabrik started making skis in 1936 in the town of Erlenbach, Switzerland.

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These are a fine pair of 1950's Hickory (unrestored) vintage ROSSIGNOL HICKORY skis equipped with LOOK bindings. This pair of antique skis have metal edges and a P-Tex base They are in good condition.

385.00 CHF

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These 1940's skis are known as a Swiss "Classic" pair of skis. They feature Attenhofer "Alpina Diagonalzug" bindings and what is really interesting about these skis is that the edges (Parsenn G.S.) and the base covering were added after being purchased, when these became a "must" for the serious skier. The "Downhill" was one of the many ski models manufactured  by Adolf Attenhofer who won the Swiss Championships in 1917 while working developing skis at Ettinger Skis. This a very rare collectible pair of skis for the antique ski collector or for display in your home or ski lodge.

345.00 CHF

Early 1980’s Authentic Swiss military issue skis (L: 180 cm) with Fritschi FT88 touring bindings. Poles are approx. 135 cm long, with metal baskets, molded handles marked with “+ ARMEE+” and leather wrist straps. Each ski has a metal plaque screwed on with a Swiss Military serial number. Very good condition. Also comes with 2 "Seal Skins" for climbing. Steel edges on skis may show signs of rust; white paint on poles have slight scratches.

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These vintage Swiss skis have no name but the bindings which are complete are Swiss Attenhofer "FLEX". The skis are in good used condition with the previous owners intitials "S.H." on the tips. Instead of leather straps, the binding toe pieces have rarely seen adjustable metal clips which clamp down on the toe lips of the ski boots. All in all, a decent pair of skis to decorate your home or ski chalet.

385.00 CHF

These are really a fine & rare pair of complete vintage 1950's children skis. The top of the skis have been restored and look very clean. They are equipped with "OBERHOF" bindings which are free of rust with new (period like) toe straps and the bamboo poles are with also equiped with new (period like) hand straps & rattan basket rings and leather webbing. Besides the tips of the poles being rusty, they are in great shape and will no doubt enhance your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room  for that matter.

535.00 CHF

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These 1930's vintage German skis (without edges) are fully restored & complete. They feature "Select" bindings and the toe straps have been replaced. They also have extra thick tails which are rarely seen. This pair of wooden skis would look just great on the walls of your home or chalet. (Only ships within Switzerland)

225.00 CHF

These stave skis are fashioned from an old oak Swiss wine barrel. Pieces of rubber and short wood slats are used as a binding. The bases were smoothed down and you can still see and feel some of the old wax which remains. Skiing on barrel staves goes back to the 1800's and still today, competitions are organized in Switzerland and throughout the world.

520.00 CHF

These unrestored 1940's rustic skis and are in good condition with decorative grooved (striped) tops. They are without edges & are equiped with Kandahar bindings which show a few spots of rust. The bamboo poles are 122 cm in length with 18 cm diameter double rattan baskets with intact leather lacings. The original leather hand grips are in very good condition and the hand straps were repaired at some point. A very nice combination to enhance your chalet, lodge or home's decor.

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Are these the original 'Fat Boy' Skis? Actually, these Swiss skis were mainly used for skiing over glaciers and hunting (hence the extra width). They date from the 1920-30's  & were most likely made by a carpenter in Arosa, Graubunden. These vintage skis are unrestored but in excellent shape and equipped with Attenhofer "Alpina" bindings.

170.00 CHF

These are really a fine & rare pair of vintage 1950's "Piccolo" Swiss children skis. The bindings leather straps are complete & original. They show signs of wear but will no doubt enhance your decor in your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room  for that matter.

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These are a fine pair of Swiss 1960's (unrestored) vintage Erba "Limex ET 17" skis and are equipped with complete and clean Attenhofer "Flex" bindings. Besides a small length of the black top edge which came off & some rust on the edges & tail protectors they are in very good condition.The ERBA Ski & Holzwarrenfabrik started making skis in 1936 in the town of Erlenbach, Switzerland. 

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These Authier "Vampire" skis are very rare indeed. They are equipped with Attenhofer Alpina "Flex" bindings and both skis and bindings are in amazing shape. The edges are also made by Attenhofer ("Alpina" model). They were bought at Affentranger Sport shop in Lucerne in the early 1950's. The edges show very minor signs of rust and the bases are equipped with "rail ties" for climbing skins.

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These increasingly hard to find 1950's children skis with "ESS Allgaü" bindings (except for the bases all beautifully restored) & bamboo poles. All in all, in excellent condition. The poles features rare "Bulb" wood tops & the leather hand straps and webbing on the double rattan baskets are original and in very good condition. The metal pole tips are rusty but this only adds authenticity to the whole display. These will no doubt look great hanging in your home or chalet!

365.00 CHF

These old skis "Nipple" skis were made by RITTLER in Kempten, Allgäu, Germany and they no doubt, went down many mountains. The "Allgäu" bindings which show some rust were also manufactured in the same region and were modified by the previous owner at the time with the heel strap going through the skis as well as adding an extra over the boot straps from the heel springs. The steel edges were most likely added later to the skis by a sport shop and a few pieces are missing on the base. These rustic skis show a lot of history and would look great hanging on the wall of your ski chalet or lodge!

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This pair of 1950's Homag children skis were manufactured by the "Holz Murgenthal AG" company in the canton of Aargau.  They are well used but complete with rare "Alta" bindings. Still attached is a Swiss CFF/SBB shipping sticker for transport from Basel to St. Imier. These are a rare collectible pair of true vintage Swiss skis.

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These are a scarce pair of 1950's (non restored) vintage children skis equipped with leather strap bindings. The placement of the straps are adjustable. This pair is what some ski historians call "Skaters" (Children's First Skis). Just imagine how they would look decorating your child's bedroom!

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These fine antique children skis were made by the "Gebrüder Hammer" (Hammer brothers) in Bad Mergentheim, Germany in the 1950's. This specific model is called "JUGEND" (Youth). They are in fine shape and the logo is clearly visible. The Hammer brothers started manufacturing skis in 1925 and in 1945 their brand became Erbacher Skis.

340.00 CHF

These circa 1920 vintage skis are handmade and "One of a kind". They are restored and were once used in the German Black Forest to get around in winter from the farm to the village.

97.00 CHF

This very functional ski stand is ideal for displaying your vintage skis and poles.  Rather than have your vintage skis take up a lot of your wall room, you can use these stands to display your skis in an upright position while giving them an authentic museum quality look. Assembly is required, needed mounting parts are included but wood glue is needed.

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These are a great & very rare find of new old stock (NOS) 1940's Swiss Attenhofer skis from the 'Splitkein Alpina Collection' equiped with 1950's (NOS) Attenhofer 'Junior' bindings &  (NOS) 40's bamboo poles. We mounted the skis and decided to sell the poles together as a unique  and very scarce package.

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These 1930's skis are beautifuly restored and are also known as a Swiss "Classic" pair of skis. Made by Adolf Attenhofer who won the Swiss Championships in 1917 while working developing skis at Ettinger Skis. This a very rare collectible pair of skis for the antique ski collector or for display in your home or ski lodge.

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This rustic pair of Swiss skis and bindings have been handcrafted in the Bernese Oberland. Having been completely restored, they are in excellent condition and would make a fine pair of antique skis to decorate your home or ski chalet.

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The bindings on these 1930's rustic "Ridge Top" skis  have been restored and one binding had the leather straps replaced at some point in time. The wood is in great condition for it's age and has developed a beautiful patina over the years. As many wooden skis of the early years, one ski got "cracked" and was repaired with a piece of sheet metal. Back in the days, these repairs were sometimes done by the local cobbler. The tails of the skis feature a "spoiler or lip"  raise in the wood which is very unique as we rarely see this type of woodwork on vintage skis. The hickory poles still have their original hand straps but the baskets were replaced. These antique skis and poles will look just great on the wall or over the fireplace in you home or chalet!

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These old skis are beautifuly restored and look just great. The Allgaü skis are fitted with Kandahar bindings which shine like new and no doubt would look great hanging on the wall of your ski lodge.

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These 1920's antique skis are are completely restored to their original state. They are a very rare pair of "Swiss Made" skis which would make a great gift for a vintage ski collector or an ideal conversation topic in your home or chalet.

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This pair is what some ski historians call "A Childs First Ski Set" They are a fine pair of 1950's vintage children skis and poles made by Helmut Richter, a shop in Steinigtwolmsdorf, Germany specializing in wooden and sport articles. Besides a fine coat of wax on the bases they look brand new and were probably only used once. Just imagine how they would look decorating your childs bedroom!

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These are a brand new and very scarce pair of early 1960's  vintage Sohler "Hickory" skis. Besides some minor surface rust on the edges they are immaculate. The Hubert Sohler Machine & Ski Company was founded in 1945 and their skis were world famous in the 1950's-60's while winning Ski World championships, FIS races and breaking the World speed ski record with 172.744 kph by Ludwig Leitner in 1965. NOS bindings are also available (see accessories or "Other Chalet Decor Items & Gifts for Skiers").

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These 1920's handcrafted Swiss skis and bindings are fully restored. Decorate or give as a unique gift.

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Beautifully crafted with a sleek design, these Canadian "Bluenose" skis are truly a work of art. Restored to a fine finish with complete binding straps. The skis were previously mounted on a wall and for this reason there are discreet holes through the rubber binding plates. This pair will look great wherever you decide to show them off!

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These classic 1940's skis were made by Harvey E. Dodds Limited of Montreal, Canada, also known as "The Ski People". They are restored and look brand new. Equipped  with "Chalet" brand bindings, this great looking pair of vintage skis would be great for collecting or decorating.

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These are a scarce pair of 1950's Hickory (unrestored) vintage ROSSIGNOL DERBY skis equipped with Silvretta "Combi" & "Elastik" (toe) bindings. This pair of antique skis have metal edges and a P-Tex base. They are in good condition with a bit of rust on the binding cables and a bit of flaking on the top near the "Derby" logo. The previous proud owner gave them a protection coat of varnish at some point in time. The spring equiped "Elastik" toe bindings are very rare and we have never come across these in the past.

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These are a fine pair of 1960's (unrestored) vintage Erba "Limex ET 17" skis and they are equipped with Kandahar bindings. Besides some rust on the edges they are in good condition.The ERBA Ski & Holzwarrenfabrik started making skis in 1936 in the town of Erlenbach, Switzerland. This pair of antique skis were purchased at "Christen Sport" in the city of Bern.

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This pair of 1910's Homag wooden skis were manufactured by the "Holz Murgenthal AG" company in the canton of Aargau. The original bindings are handcrafted and fully restored. This is a rare collectible pair of true vintage skis.

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Beautifully restored, these 1930's vintage Swiss Staub "ALIPNA" skis are an exceedingly rare find. The edges on these skis were installed after the purchase of the skis which was how ski edges were introduced on the market before later being manufactured with the skis. Richard Staub started making skis in the early 1900's in Wetzikon (Zurich) and sold over 2800 pairs of skis and other "Staub" mountain sport articles to 38 sport shops. Besides his famous "ALPINA" model, other models included "ELITE" & “SPECIAL”.  .

Besides two small pieces of edges which are missing on one ski, these classic wooden skis are restored to  (almost) their original condition and a great pair for collecting or to add that extra touch to your home or chalet decor.

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This pair of beautifully restored antique A. Ettinger "EDELWEISS" skis are equipped with  Attenhofer "Alpina" bindings.  They are clean, complete & besides a very small hole on one of the tails, they are flawless. The leather binding straps are attached with rarely seen brass rivets.

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Beautifully restored, these complete 1930's vintage Swiss Staub "ALIPNA" skis are an exceedingly rare find. The restored bindings were manufactured by Attenhofer and are the very famous "Alpina" model. The toe straps have been replaced & the heel straps are in excellent condition with brass rivets. Richard Staub started making skis in the early 1900's in Wetzikon (Zurich) and sold over 2800 pairs of skis and other "Staub" mountain sport articles to 38 sport shops. Besides the "ALPINA" model, other models included "ELITE" & “SPECIAL”.  

These classic wooden skis which were manufactured without steel edges have been carefully restored to (almost) their original condition and a great pair for collecting or to add that extra touch to your home or chalet decor.

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Equipped with complete "NEVE" bindings, these early 1930's vintage Rossignol skis are extremely rare and a highly collectible item. They are 225 cm in length and branded with the name Rossignol (partly) & Voiron, the location where Abel Rossignol set up his first ski manufacturing shop in Isère, France. Overall, they are in very good condition for their age. A surface crack is visible on the underside of the tip but not on the top side. Whether you are looking to add to your antique ski collection or purchase a set for your home decor, this pair will be quite the conversation piece. (Only ships within Switzerland or by special arrangement).

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These vintage Jakober skis were meant to go straight downhill and very fast. The skis are 225 cm long! The bindings are a bit rusty but they still have the original leather straps. In 1893 the carpenter, Melchior Jakober opened the first ski factory in Glarus, Switzerland. With his skis, he built up an international reputation. He was the precursor of the modern Alpine ski industry.



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These are a very scarce pair of 1940'S ERBA "DIXI" skis and are equipped with brand new ESS "ALLGAU" bindings. The skis were only used once or twice and later remounted with new bindings. The ERBA Ski & Holzwarrenfabrik started making skis in 1936 in the town of Erlenbach, Switzerland. The bindings were made by the "Allgaüer Skibeschläge Fabrik" (Josef Ess) in Sonthofen, Gemany.

390.00 CHF

These are an increasingly hard to fine pair of complete vintage 1950's German children skis & bamboo poles from Canada. The top of the skis have been restored and look very clean. They are equipped with  "TORNADO" bindings which are also very neat and without rust. The bamboo poles are equiped with their original grips and baskets. Besides the tips of the poles being rusty, they are in great shape and will no doubt enhance your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room for that matter.

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