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405.00 CHF

These vintage 1950's children skis were made in the small village of Grossnaundorf, Saxony, Germany. They are complete & the bamboo poles leather baskets & grips have been replaced. Considering their age, the skis are in great shape and look great/authentic even with the signs of rust on the pole tips and bindings. They will no doubt enhance your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room  for that matter.

355.00 CHF

These increasingly hard to find 1950's (restored) children skis (with "TORNADO" bindings) & bamboo poles. All in all, in excellent condition with minimal signs of wear. The leather pole grips are original and the leather webbing on the baskets have been replaced. Besides rusty tips on the poles the skis and poles are clean & complete. These will no doubt look great hanging in your home or chalet.

365.00 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 Mesta "Pioner" bindings and bamboo poles with the original grips and newly restored 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.

435.00 CHF

These are a cute & rare pair of Austrian vintage wooden 1950's children skis  & poles. The "Massag" bindings were made in Bildstein, also in Austria. The hickory poles & skis are in excellent original condition.  These would be a great enhancement to your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or any other room  for that matter.

425.00 CHF

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. 

165.00 CHF

These vintage bamboo ski poles are very nice and feature their original leather wrist straps, single rattan basket rings and steel tips. These antique ski poles would be an ideal set for a collector or to enhance your chalet decor. 

595.00 CHF

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.

535.00 CHF

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.

155.00 CHF

These vintage Swiss bamboo ski poles are very nice and feature their original leather hand grips and double rattan basket rings. The poles are engraved with the name of the original owner "K. Reiff". A perfect partner for your antique skis to decorate the walls of your home or chalet. They are complete/clean (original) & even though the grips show signs of wear plus the metal tips are somewhat rusty, they are in very good condition.    

645.00 CHF

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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