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Birch Bark Canoe

Birch Bark Canoe

Size:  13.5 Feet

Weight:  Approx. 35 lbs.

Condition:  Brand New (unused, stored inside in cover)

Purchased:  2014


Price:  $2,250.00

Benson Gray
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Old Town Guide

16' Old Town Guide canoe, S/N 173513, manufactured 1964.  Dark green.
Professionally restored in 2000 by Schuyler Thomson.  Been in the water once
since, always stored inside, near perfect condition. 
Includes additional caned seat with back, unused.

Additional pictures upon request.   $1500.

Benson Gray
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BN Morris

BN Morris 17' 104 year old Canoe for Sale

Vintage 104 year old BN Morris 17 ft Canvas Wood Canoe. 2nd owner. Built sometime in 1916. Restored in mid 1960’s. S/n 14664. Stored in garage for 50+ years. Yellow canvas with minor age cracks and one small chip. Mahogany and Spruce. In good to very good condition. Needs a little tender care to make it perfect or a beautiful hanging artwork.

Alex K
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17.5 ft Atkinson Traveler Sail canoe

1992 Atkinson Traveler built by Alian Rheaume – sold through American Traders.

Serial number : CR00 224 M92
Length: 17.5 foot

Information from American Traders:

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My company: Fiddlehead Canoes is for sale.

My baby is for sale!

Fiddlehead canoes is a good opportunity for a serious person or couple.

This is a concept business, that could grow.

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Benson Gray
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1962 Old Town 15ft 50lb Class - Sail

1962 Old Town 15ft 50lb Class Sailing Canoe
Features: Full keel, lee-boards, rudder, mast and sail, all original brass on sail and supporting structure.

As I replaced the inwales, outwales and decks with mahogany, a bit heavier than original but much stronger to support stress from sailing.  Also, original paint was all dark green.

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Old Town Sponson Canoe


George Carroll
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Salmon Wherry double ended rowboat

Bangor Salmon Pool Double Ender

PRICE REDUCED !  Also Known as a Penobscot River Salmon Wherry used to fish for Atlantic salmon.  Built 2017, in excellent condition with only light use. Lines are from original wherry built by White Canoe Company.

Bruce Larson
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1968 Old Town 16' Otca

1968 OLD TOWN 16' Otca

Beautifully restored. Stored inside and used only a few times.

Asking: $2000.00


Rob Hoffman
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May is now for sale.

This indeed is the very boat discussed a while back on the forum. See…

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16' Old Town Canvas Covered Rowing Canoe

Built in 1955, this practical, comfortable, all-purpose rowing canoe is easy to handle, handsome in appearance, and steady on the water.

M Sturgeon
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1942 Old Town Canoe

 CS Grade. Original build papers, complete restoration in 2000 (Michael Lazor, NH), mostly stored since 2002, very little wear. Old Town Green,  One Shaw & Tenney original paddle included. Owned by family since new. $2000 or BO.

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1921 Old Town Otca wood canvas canoe

1921 Old Town Otca wood canvas canoe.  Grade CS.  Canoe #64268-16; Order # 6015.  It was purchased by Mr. E.

Benson Gray
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Old Town Otca

  Beutifully restored 1941 Otca. #131338   AA grade.  Mahogany trim 20 inch decks.  Has all original back rests, paddles and floor rack. New canvas and two tone paint job. Mahogany rub rail and her original greek stripe. Inerior finished with Epifanes satin varnish. 

David Satter
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Chris Pearson Coleman lantern diorama

Fellow WCHA member Chris Pearson, of Holland, MI, is one of America's foremost modelers and an excellent craftsman/builder/restorer of canoes. Somehow, in his busy life, he also finds time to make very creative, intriguing, canoe-related artifacts which are highly prized by those who know and recognize his wit and great sense of humor.

Roger Young
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