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1996 Johnny Lightning Wacky Winners Garbage Truck, series no. 2, original Tom Daniel illustration, unopened, new in package collectors car carrying four surfboards on side of truck.
Hot Wheels 1979 #2 of 4 Silver Series II. 40s Woodie, unopened, new in package collectors car by Mattel.
Hot Wheels 1999 Surf Crate #13 of 36 cars unopened, new in package collectors car with one surfboard in back.
Hot Wheels Backdraft 2001 Wild Wave Series Red, 35th anniversary, unopened, new in package collectors car with one surfboard in back.
Hot Wheels Backdraft 2001 Wild Wave Series Red, unopened, new in package collectors car with one surfboard in back.
Johnny Lightning 1993 el camino
unopened, new in package collectors car with two surfboards.
2001 Hobie San Onofre Classic Vintage Classic third place trophy.
On the weekend of May 5-6th, 2001 the 6th annual Hobie San Onofre Classic went off at Old Man's, San Onofre in Northern San Diego county.
all the boards being ridden this weekend were required to be made prior to 1970 and over 9 feet in length. This made for some interesting surfing, seeing pros like Joel Tudor, Josh Baxter, Brendan White, and Kevin Connelly riding the old school boards instead of their contemporary longboards. Competitors raced with their vintage boards and were entered in other events. These vintage surfboards were also being judged. The winner was a 1912 redwood shaped by Duke Kahanomoku himself. (surfshot.com)
This trophy is replicated from the original Duke Kahanamoku gold trophy made from koa wood with ceramic statue, 13 1/2" tall x 3" diameter ceramic base.
K2 Surf, 1998 Inaugural K2 Big Wave Challenge Awards Banquet Trophy.
In February 1998, Taylor Knox catapulted into the international spotlight by winning the inaugural K2 Big-Wave Challenge, an event that offered $50,000 to the surfer who caught the biggest wave of the winter and had photographic evidence. Knox unknowingly dropped into a 52-foot behemoth at Todos Santos in Baja California that made him a mainstream media darling.
Koa wood base and surfboard with ceramic (Duke Kahanamoku) like replicated look from the original gold trophy, stands 15" tall x 5" (koa base)
1999 Chevron Corp introduces the Woody Wagon, Unopened New In Box, collectible item in this MINT condition, the box itself has fun surfing almost Wilbur Kookmeyer type illustrations on back of box, box says that car doors open, surfboard comes off, tailgate opens, stickers inside box, fun display toy that will hold its value.
STATE 1961, CANOE CHAMPIONSHIP REGATTA, Freshmen Won by WAIKIKI SURF CLUB, C. Enoka, Alfred Yap, J. Young, H. Matsumoto, T. Lewis, B. Tibaron.
Maui island shape made of monkeypod w/metal title plate, 10" x 13"
heavy and solid wood, plate has some rust, wood has some dull spots where laquer has worn off.
We have two others like this one but w/different divisions: Senior Women and Boy's 13 under. Enquire if interested in the other two.
Annalee Mobilitee Dolls Inc., and AMD Holdings Inc., is a company located in Meredith, New Hampshire, that manufactures collectible dolls.
This is a fine example of a rare Annalee Doll; © 1966 Surfer boy riding a light balsa wood surfboard, 8 1/2" tall x 12" length of surfboard, he's bendable to stand up, EX displayable condition.
The popularity of Annalee Dolls led R. Stuart Wallace to write that "the most famous manufactured item to come from New Hampshire in the 20th century is the Annalee doll." Annalee Dolls have reached up to $6,000 at auction. In 2008, the company closed its museum and sold its Meredith factory while as of 2006, there were only 30 employees.
Annalee dolls are bendable felt-bodied dolls, with a painted face that is similar to the face of Annalee Thorndike. The dolls can range in height from a few inches to 6 feet (1.8 m) tall. The taller dolls were usually used as store displays, while the smaller ones were sold directly to consumers. Dolls can range in theme from elves, to one of many different types of animals, to clowns. Originally, the wire frame inside the doll was crafted by Chip Thorndike, while the rest of the doll was sewn and painted by Annalee herself. Chip also would create small wooden props (such as skis, ski poles, boats, etc.) for the dolls to hold or appear to be using in some way. Starting in 1986 the label sewn onto each Annalee Doll included the year the doll was made.
HAWAII Menehune surfer boy, made out of a resin type material, hand painted, no stamp on bottom probably made more recently around the eighties, 3 3/4" tall by 3" length of surfboard, no cracks or chips.
MAUI Surfer bear ornament- 1985, resin-like material hand painted, some cracking in glaze on base, 2 1/4" tall by 2" wide.
XCEL SERIES 1991 MASTERS 6TH PLACE DARREN SABATE enscribed on plates, surfing trophy, white marble, plastic, 15" tall x 5" base width, needs a little cleaning! light scratches on gold wave.
1997 Claire's Ceramic Surfin' bear Christmas ornament, 3" x 2" x 1 1/2" Ex.
1950s Original vintage Snoopy in unopened package driving in his dune buggy with surfboard on racks, 2 1/2" x 1 3/4" Snoopy in MINT cond.
1978 National Scholastic Surfing Association (NSSA) Championships Medal. NSSA is the highest profile amateur competitive surfing association in the United States.
Medal w/ribbon attached, almost 2 1/2" diameter heavy pot-metal in a gun-metal color (matte gray) thick and heavy piece. MINT
Enameled metal pendant 1" diameter white with black iron cross 'W' 1914 Royal crown on front, back is a raised surfer image. Seen in the Blackburn book page 217 as "Won by Duke Kahanamoku in Beachboy competition 1914..." with a valuation of $500 - $700, but we believe these were made in the 60s, still rarely seen and highly collectible. Ex
© creation of James B. Beam Distilling Co. Genuine Regal China KY-DRB-230 Liquor Bottle, 145-Regal China Corp, 1983, Made in U.S.A, 15" x 7" x 6 1/2" metal, plastic, rubber and of course the bottle make up this Jim Beam collectible bottle. Bottle is cracked below- missing corner chip, needs some cleaning but over all very cool!
1931 Ford "Woody" model Brand New Unassembled in box, 1964 by Revell, Inc- Authentic kits. Venice, CAL, great display box cover shows surfing beach scenes, in great condition considering how old it is. 9 1/2" x 6 1/4" x 3 1/4"
Inside pieces enclosed in sealed plastic bag, a few pieces have broken away from plastic kit but remained sealed inside.
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