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Surf Line shaped by Ben Aipa 5 feet 6 inches x 19 inches circa 1979 Swallow tail with multiple flyers. Excellent condition. Attractive red duco.

Surf Line Hawaii Mini Gun Shaped by ex-Hawaiian Duke champion (1972 and 1976) James Jones in 1975 for Randy Rarrick's label 'Surf Line' Hawaii. Length 7 feet 6 inches x 18.5 inches, a mini gun.

Southernman Surfboards 6 feet x 20 inches. Shaped for the Corner Surf Shop in Geraldton by Greg Antcliff, who was an ex-Newcastle boy and represented New South Wales. Named the Kalbarri Model, this was No.2 board that he shaped in 1976/77 while working at

Natural Joy Bamboo Twin Fin Crafted by the elusive Addy J, c.2009 from bamboo etc that he has growing on his property in the Tweed hinterland. This 6 feet x 21 inches twin fin was custom built for legendary Billabong and Reef 'free surfer' Brendan 'Margo'

McCoy Lazor Zap Only 5 feet 6 inches X 19.5 inches. An iconic shape by Geoff McCoy from 1982/3 Made famous by the outrageous surfing of Cheyne Horan. The fact that they got together with the late Ben Lexan on the winged keel style 'star fin' makes these li

Lightning Bolt Gun by Rory Russell 8 feet 4 inches long x 20 inches wide. This attractive swallow tail, single stringer has yellow top with red rails and bottom with lightning bolts in contrasting colours, both top and bottom. Singed by Rory Russell, this

Hot Stuff Allan Bryne Design A 5 feet 10 inches x 20 inches flyer rounded pin design by master shaper Al Bryne. Was a custom for Currumbin surfer Ray Sawtell, and dates from around 1978. It's a lightweight model from the Hot Stuff factory, where the Rabbit

Hollow Wooden Toothpick by Barry Jarrott and Stan Smith 16 feet 5 inches long overall. Made by Barry and Stan in 1960. Paddled in competition by Barry (Young Duke) Jarrott for Cottesloe Surf Club. Wooden Dowls to save weight. Excellent condition.

Gordon & Smith Bondi Underground Pintail single fin. 6 feet 10 inches x 20 inches. 1974 Brad Mayes was the Bondi Underground in his radical approach to surfing and life in general. Yellow/red deck with pin stripes. All red bottom. Great design and logo. Sh

Dick Brewer Gun Three stringer, single fin pintail. 9 feet 10 inches x 20 inches. Attractive plum red in colour with black fin. Made by Dick in 2010 during his visit to Noosa for the surf festival. A prime example by the master shaper.

Cooper Single fin Swallow tail shaped by Richie West This is a great example of a mid 70s Cooper single fin shaped by American surfer Richie West, and it's a fine rider. Has West's interpretation of the concave bottom that was so successful in California's

Barry Bennett Squaretail A mid '70s single fin squaretail by the respected Sydney surf factory, Bennetts. 6 feet 8 inches x 19 inches. Has had a few dings repaired and is a bit brown on the bottom, but the deck still shows well.

Farrelly early 1970 Single Fin. An original 1971 single fin by the great Midget Farrelly, Australian World Champion surfer. This 6 feet x 19 inches is one of the original 'S' deck shortboards from this important period In surfing history and would be right

1997 triple Crown Surfing Competition poster, with signatures, including Shane Powell 56 x 43 cm

Len Dibben Staying Close to the Soul poster Offset print 28 x 41 cm. This image is a reproduction of the only West Australian advertisement that was run in the SURF international surfing magazine reporting on the 1st Australian Surfing National Championshi

'Surfer magazine' print poster photo by Dr Don James showing Rusty Miller surfing and Mikey Dora paddling at Sunset beach, Hawaii 1962 - 1965 40 x 55 cm. This image (a cropped version) was used throughout the US as billboard advertising for Hamm's beer Co.

History of Surfing miniatures Traces history of boards from Captain Cooks era to 1997. From Tom Blake's solid wood boards to Balsa to polyurethane foam longboards, single fins, twin fins and thrusters. Signed R Matthews, dated 10/5/98 lower left Editioned

'Surfer' magazine print poster John Severson Productions 1967 Lance Carson surfing at Rincon, Southern California 59 x 45 cm. Note: This image was used on the cover of Surfer magazine volume 8, No. 4. It is the result of the merging of Ron Stoner's image o

Kelly Slater, display comprising signature on 'Rip Curl' surf shirt, window mounted with two photographs, framed & glazed, overall 87 x 107cm

Framed Items: c1960 colour surfing photograph with 'TAA presents Australia Today' (94 x 70 cm); plus print 'The Wanderers Found' 1880 Christmas Supplement to 'The Australasian Sketcher' (59 x 71 cm). (2 items)

'Surfing Beaches of Sydney N.S.W.' Photographer, Printer and Publisher H. Phillips of Willoughby; soft cover, 24 pages, black and white photographs. Undated but has one photograph at Bondi dated March 22nd, 1930. Also, 'Sydney Harbour Panorama' (Revised Ed