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I don't know what this is.

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It says its handmade and from St Anton, but I can't find it anywhere, I've had it for almost two years and it doesn't seem to be anywhere on the Internet. Does anyone know anything about these skis?
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better quality and more up close pics of each graphic element on the skis and well as pics of the base and bindings will help to identify and date the skis.

 

Royal

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I would guess late 50's or very early 60's

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Early Mid 60's by the bindings. Suspect they were a designer ski for a chain store. Pennys or Wards maybe.

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Early Mid 60's by the bindings. Suspect they were a designer ski for a chain store. Pennys or Wards maybe.

If so they look a lot like they were made by Kneissl. 22 laminations suggest they are all wood, which would mean fiftys or very early 60's at the latest. I'm not sure if the bindings are indemnified.

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I think it's safe to safe they are not, but presumably the interest is academic.
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If so they look a lot like they were made by Kneissl. 22 laminations suggest they are all wood, which would mean fiftys or very early 60's at the latest. I'm not sure if the bindings are indemnified.

They could well be. Fisher was making skis under a Sears brand name at that time.  

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I think it's safe to safe they are not, but presumably the interest is academic.

Isn't that the truth. It has very little bearing to anything.  The bindings though, anyone recognize them?

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