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1919 16 foot B N Morris Courting Canoe

Serial number 16784, 1919, 16 foot B N Morris with 32 inch mahogany decks and other premium features. This canoe is all original wood except the combings. It was restored by Gil Carmer at the Wooden Canoe Shop. Premium features include outside stems, half ribs, bilge keels, and D shaped outwale. It is very stable, appropriate for courting. 

ken.kelly
Asking Price: 
$8,000.00

17 foot long Old Town HW (Heavy Water) model canoe with serial number 4135

This 17 foot long, CS (Common Sense or middle) grade, HW (Heavy Water) model canoe serial number 4135 has been donated to the WCHA and is now for sale.  It originally had no keel, ash decks, ash trim, closed spruce gunwales, and sponsons (although the sponsons are gone now).  It shipped on May 26th, 190

Benson Gray
Asking Price: 
$300.00

Chestnut 16’ Ogilvy restored

My dad bought this in 1962 and we had it restored last year with new canvas, re caned seats , new gunnels, refinished interior 

only been in water once 

I just don't have use for it 

text john 705 718 7698 

for more pictures   

jmarvin3
Asking Price: 
$2,800.00

E.H. Gerrish - SOLD!

Up for sale is a recently acquired 16ft closed gunwale Gerrish canoe.  A couple interesting features I've found with this canoe is first, the center thwart was made to be removed on the canoe.  The pockets located below the inwale are copper riveted through the ribs and planking.  Second, I'm pretty sure the decks are not the standard Chestnut but I believe them to b

1905Gerrish
Asking Price: 
$0.00

E.H. Gerrish Canoe

For sale, a rare antique and historic canoe from one of the earliest builders.  Gerrish has credit from making the transition from the birchbark canoe to the wood and canvas style.  With only a few thousand made and few left in existence.  This is a correctly restored, recent restoration in excellent condition, E.

1905Gerrish
Asking Price: 
$4,000.00

NICE 18' CEDAR STRIP CANOE - PRICE REDUCED TO $2200

PRICE REDUCED - I have a nice 18' cedar strip canoe, bulit by my father about 35 years ago. It has clear fiberglass over cedar strips with oak gunwales and solid seats with one set of oarlocks. It is in good condition, with minimal wear.

alan.pardy@iclo...
Asking Price: 
$2,200.00

1946 Old Town Sponson Factory Rebuilt

This beautiful canoe was factory rebuilt in 2009. I've had it in the water once on father's day. The factory spokeman gave a fair value at between $10k and 13k. I'm asking less because I need to part with it soon as we are moving to Arizona. Asking price is negotiable. I’m motivated to sell this canoe. Here is a link to a youtube slideshow.

Bill Belanger
Asking Price: 
$8,500.00

SOLD. Duluth Pack Wanderer - never used

I picked up a Wanderer pack by Duluth, in Navy, to fit behind the seat of my pack canoe. It makes a perfect pack for personal gear and is low slung to help with weight distribution and wind resistance. All that and it was a perfect fit in my canoe! 

steve baker
Asking Price: 
$125.00

1928 Old Town Centerboard Sailing Canoe SOLD!!!!

1928 Old Town Centerboard Sailing Canoe.  This one is special, see Wooden Canoe journal December 2018 volume 41, No.6 for the article about its history.  Origionally owned by Adolph Lewisohn, copper mogul and financier from New York City, spent its life in Sagamore Lodge on Upper Saranac Lake in the Adirondack Mountains, now a Young Life Camp.  Lewisohn was known to rub elbows wi

canoemancdp
Asking Price: 
$7,000.00

1958 18' Old Town Guide

Barn find that was severely damaged and the owner was afraid it would end up on a burn pile. I restored this with my father in law this last winter. I would like to find a good home for this canoe. We restored this for love of wood boats, not profit. Tim   

 

I have had three scammers contact me about this canoe, sellers beware.  

van der Vlugt BW
Asking Price: 
$1,000.00

W.T. Bush Wooden Canoe

Believed to be an early 1900's W.T. Bush Wooden Canoe. It has taken some damage after being taken down a river rapid, but is still mostly in tact and can be repaired. There are some cracks between the beams of wood and a hole on the bottom, as shown in the pictures.

Includes front and rear metal flotation chamber.

Francis Sause
Asking Price: 
$1,500.00

Prospector Ranger 15 ft cedar strip wooden canoe

Prospector Ranger 15 ft cedar strip wooden canoe.

jam010148
Asking Price: 
$2,300.00

1929 Old Town "Pin-Up" Canoe

This is a beautiful 1929 Old Town canoe, first sold to Miss Emma Graef who lived at 74 No. 6th St in Hudson, NY. I have all documentation. It is a 17' long sponson canoe - very stable- and impossible to tip over - in the CS Grade, HW (Heavy Water) model.

cropalt
Asking Price: 
$2,695.00

Early 1930s Skowhegan 18.5' guide's model canoe in excellent condition

For sale is an early 1930s Skowhegan 18.5' guide's model canoe in excellent condition. It was used once on a week long fishing trip on the Pleasant River when new and then put away in my father in law's attic in Spruce Head ME. It was removed from the attic three years ago and is in, I assume, pretty much the same shape as when it was put up there.

Benson Gray
Asking Price: 
$2,650.00

Wanted Canoe by "The Spalding St. Lawrence Boat Company"

Wanted, a canoe built by “The Spalding St. Lawrence Boat Company” of Clayton and Ogdensburg, NY.  These canoes and skiffs were made by Spalding between 1893 and 1905 and they usually have a metal shield with the name of the company embossed onto it.  I will consider a restored or original canoe.

spaldinger1
Asking Price: 
$0.00

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