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Need help Identifying and valuing antique/rare boards
« on: September 18, 2019, 01:54:23 PM »
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  • Hello everyone, I've already posted a few of these boards for sale but am starting to realize I should've come here first
     I'm currently working to help thin some of my bosses extensive collection of boards and it's proving to be very difficult to value most of them. If anyone on here is well versed in the older stuff, or would even want to come by and check out what we have in person  I'd love to hear from ya. Going to attach a few pictures of one of many containers full of boards to give an idea of what were working with here...








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    Re: Need help Identifying and valuing antique/rare boards
    « Reply #1 on: September 22, 2019, 12:08:09 PM »
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  • I'll take a look - shoot me a PM - from what I can see already, there's a few gems in there. The board with the red fin int he first image may be a Con Colburn, perhaps a competition model, but hard to see exactly. The D fin on the board above that is interesting and extraordinarily beautiful, I recall seeing a Hap Jacobs some years ago with something similar.


    Not sure how great I'll be on pricing, but I might be able to help a bit.
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    Re: Need help Identifying and valuing antique/rare boards
    « Reply #2 on: September 26, 2019, 02:36:28 PM »
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  • Top photoRed stripe and red fin is con competition model.
    Two above have a hobie feel to them.   
    Next above with the splayed stringes is a surfboards hawaii most likely stylist. 


    Middle two photos are hard to tell.  I know most boards by fins outlines and its hard to tell in your photos.


    Last photo board laying in the moving blankets is con wingnose.