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The perfect gift for the passionate skier! A set of three office desk accessories for holding pens, mobile phones/tablet & business card holder.
These 8 point Number 4 climbing crampons were made by Ricahrd Staub in Zurich, Switzerland in the 1940's. They are clean & complete with their original cotton foot straps. Also included, is the original storage bag. . 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 in Switzerland.
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.
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.
These fully restored 8 point size 1 (27 cm in length) climbing crampons were made by A. Hupfauf in Einsiedeln, Switzerland in the 1940's. They are part of the "Prima" model range. The straps are original & the word "Schmal" is engraved underneath.
Who said that ESSO only provided fuels? Well, it seems that some avid skier & engineer back in the 60's at ESSO came up with this ingenious design for anti fog ski goggles. The jet vents were designed to close when skiing but would automatically open when standing still preventing fog to build up. Extremely rare and a real collectors item. Made in France.
Zell am See, Professor Ferdinand Porsche Memorial Race, February 12, 1956.
Ice racing is always good for a thrill. But today’s contest on frozen Lake Zell will give the three thousand motorsport fans in attendance something to talk about for years. Otto Mathé from Austria’s Ziller Valley covers the four-kilometer circuit in just 157 seconds and wins the race with a record-setting average speed of 93 kmh. He manages this feat in a “Porsche Special” of his own design—an open-wheel race car made of Porsche components that looks like a crumpled piece of silver paper. The fans call it “Fetzenflieger,” which means something like “shreds on wings.”
These rare & clean pair of vintage "BLIZZARD" (Arnsteiner) 215 cm skis are from Mittersill in Austria. They are equipped with "Exzelsioc" toe bindings & "Tyrolia" racing heel bindings. The bases are made of polyethylene (Blizzard became the first manufacturer to mass-produce these bases). Both the tips and tails are equipped with metal "slip on" protectors. These skis are probably from 1953/54 as the Arnsteiner name was later removed and only marked Blizzard. The R.S. marked on the skis stands for “Riesen Slalom” (Giant Slalom).
The leather binding straps (aka “Long Thongs” wraps) are each 180cm in length (!) and were also designed to support the ankle. They are complete and in great condition (the edges are a bit rusty and one of the leather straps has been replaced with a new one).
These are a very decent pair of hardwood Hickory vintage downhill ski poles with cotton loops at the top, double rattan basket rings with the leather in very good condition. Give your home or chalet that extra decorative “touch” with this pair of antique poles.
A complete & original pair of hickory ski poles. These antique poles have metal baskets with leather lacing, leather hand straps and steel "Slip On" metal tips which like the baskets, are a bit rusty. A few woodworm holes are visible near the baskets. All in all, a very fine looking pair of vintage ski poles.
A beautiful & complete set of hickory ski poles. These antique poles have brand new double ring rattan baskets with leather lacing, leather hand straps and steel "Slip On" metal tips which are a bit rusty. The top of the poles are covered with rarely seen wooden caps. All in all, a very fine looking pair of vintage ski poles to add that little extra decoration touch to your home or chalet.
This is a cute & rare pair of vintage wooden 1950's children skis & poles. The hickory poles & skis are in excellent condition. One of the poles baskets was once replaced with a new & somewhat smaller one. These would be a great enhancement to your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room for that matter.
These are another pair of increasingly hard to find 1950's (unrestored) children skis & poles. All in all, in very good conditioin with minor signs of wear. One of the bamboo poles is missing the metal tip (see photo) but both the skis and poles are otherwise complete. These will no doubt look great hanging in your home or chalet.
These are really a fine & rare pair of vintage 1950's children skis & poles. They come with "Tornado" bindings and bamboo poles. They are in excellent condition and will no doubt enhance your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room for that matter.