ABOUT

2017 CALIFORNIA GOLD SURF AUCTION

benefiting the Surfing Heritage & Culture Center


LOTS BEGIN CLOSING AT 2PM MAY 7

 

WHERE:
The Boardroom International Surfboard Show – Del Mar Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall

WHEN:
May 6 & 7, 2017  – Saturday 10-6 ; Sunday 10-4

WHAT:
Unique and incredible surfboards; motivated sellers; low starting prices; global bidding.

HOW:
Auction App from iTunes for your iOS or Android, tablet or laptop. All mobile devices and computers are synched together in real-time to the auction room. We bring the emotional experience of live bidding to any device with High-Definition video streaming.

The auction committee is focusing on unique surfboards and memorabilia with from the ’20s through the ’90s. The California Gold Surf Auction has combined sales of over $1M. We’ve already coalesced a solid selection of “Gold’ from and are actively searching for more. If you’re a “motivated seller” please email us with your board, pictures, provenacne, and asking price. We’re anticipating between 40 – 50 prime surfboards for the timed auction and at least 25 memorabilia items.

Boards from professional surfers: Signed Dane Reynolds Al Merrick Channel Islands; Martin Potter Glenn Minami, Rob Machado finless. Randy Rarick has a few prime boards lined up and again lending his auction expertise as a surfboard procurement expert.

The auction is again being produced by California Gold Surf Auctions.

Please put the CALIFORNIA GOLD SURF AUCTION benefiting the Surfing Heritage & Culture Center on your calendar.

Sincerely,

Scott William Bass

Executive Director – CALIFORNIA GOLD VINTAGE SURF AUCTION
Scott.Bass@SurfingHeritage.org

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AUCTION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Keith Maynard Eshelman
Barry Haun
Dan Pincetich
Randy Rarick
Cindy Rincon

About The Surfing Heritage & Culture Center (SHACC)
The Surfing Heritage & Culture Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, presenting and promoting surfing’s heritage for the appreciation and education of current and future generations; and to achieving our goal of surfing being more accurately understood, represented and enjoyed.