2017 CALIFORNIA GOLD SURF AUCTION
benefiting the Surfing Heritage & Culture Center
A TIMED ONLINE AUCTION
BIDDING BEGINS FRIDAY APRIL 21
LOTS BEGIN CLOSING MAY 7 AT 2PM
LOTS CLOSE EVERY MINUTE
You can preview all the boards and lots at The Boardroom International Surfboard Show – Del Mar Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall or simply log on to the website by clicking here and watch, bid, win from the privacy of your own home. You can also download the app and use your phone to watch bid and win.
This is a timed online auction with a physical preview of boards/lots on display at The Boardroom International Surfboard Show. May 6 & 7, 2017 – Saturday 10-6 ; Sunday 10-4. Lots begin closing on Sunday May 7.
Unique and incredible surfboards; motivated sellers; stoked buyers; no or low reserves; low starting bids; international bidding. This is NOT a LIVE auction. This is an online timed auction.
Download the Auction App from iTunes for your iOS or Android, tablet or laptop. Simply log on to the website by clicking here and watch, bid, win from the privacy of your own home. All mobile devices and computers are synched together in real-time. Auction APP allows you to set automatic bids, notifies you when you’ve been outbid, and comes loaded with robust features allowing for more winning bids!
If you’re a “motivated seller” please email us with your board, pictures, provenance, and asking price: Scott DOT Bass AT surfingheritage DOT org We’re anticipating between 40 – 50 prime surfboards for the timed auction and at least 25 memorabilia items.
The online timed 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.
Scott William Bass
Executive Director – CALIFORNIA GOLD VINTAGE SURF AUCTION
AUCTION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Keith Maynard Eshelman
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.