Lineup OF Rare Nostalgic & Weird Items For Surf

by:INGOR SPORTSWEAR     2022-04-20
HONOLULU - (May 31, 2011) -- Eight weeks remain before 100 associated with surf collectibles go under the hammer at the Hawaiian Islands Vintage Surf Auction, presented by Quiksilver Waterman Collection. To be held at the Blaisdell Center in Honolulu on Friday & Saturday, July 22nd & 23rd, the 2011 Hawaiian Islands Vintage Surf Auction will feature items that range from the nostalgic and the rare, to the downright weird! But all of them have qualified as worthy of on the list of coveted 100 auction lot spots. Above: An associated with this year's weird & wonderful surfboards on offer. (Click on image to watch a movie of what's waiting for you.) Image: Chris McDonough. The timeless. a mid-'50s Makaha International championship trophy with the premier event in the field surfing produce. The difficult to get. a 1930's surf sweatshirt signed by all the Kahanamoku brothers (including Duke) and several key beachboys of the era. Pre-auction estimate: $15,000. There's also one of Duke's swim meet winning medals up for bidding. The crazy. a collection of 36 different surf-themed beer bottles from around America, aging back 20 years, complementing the '6-pack' of beer boards - promotional surfboards formerly hung in bars encourage a variety of ales. The popular. a Pat Curren big wave gun, certainly one only 11 made. Pre-auction estimate: $20,000-$30,000. Also a California speed board made by Pat Curren found in actor Steve McQueen's Santa Paula aircraft hanger among his collection of cars and motorbikes. Pre-auction estimate $10,000-20,000. The lost and found. North Shore big wave rider Barry Kanaiaupuni's personal 16-inch wide, racy pintail pocket rocket that's found among collectibles at the Hard Rock Cafe in Honolulu after being 'lost' for one fourth of a hundred years. Pre-auction estimate: $7,000-$12,000. For those interested in bidding, pre-registration turnout may be unprecedented and definitely will remain open until all 250 bidding numbers have been allocated. We encourage you to to create an account. The complete lineup of items will be unveiled on June 20. Each week between now and then, the 'Peek with the Week' will feature a better item. Join us on Facebook to emerge as the first to discover new extras. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS VINTAGE SURF AUCTION SCHEDULE: Friday July 22: Viewing from 12 noon - 6pm, Galleria Hall. Free Antiques Roadshow-style appraisals for the public. Incorporate your favorite piece find out if you possess something of worth! Saturday July 23: Doors open for viewing at 10am, Galleria Hall. Silent auction 12noon-3:00pm. Main Auction 4-7pm, Pikake Room. Free viewing. Bidders must possess a bidding mobile number. A regarding all auction sales could go to the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation Scholarship Fund, and to the Surfing Heritage Foundation. For people unable to visit to in person, the auction will be broadcast go on the internet with internet bidding instantly.
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