Pleyel, The World’s oldest piano maker
PLEYEL, the oldest piano manufacturer in the world (since 1807) and the only one in France. It aims ... [Read More]
Very few of these point-of-purchase store display signs were ever made, making this a Classic and exceptionally rare piece of Duke Kahanamoku history. (During the 1960s Duke had both these skateboards licensed under his name.) The Campaign was extremely short lived, rumor has it that whilst some of the Kahanamoku clan were on board with the family name usage, others were not, resulting in a judicious withdrawal from the market by its investors. This resulted in only a handful of original examples surviving. Standing 18 inches tall and 14" wide, with an illuminated center depicting a great likeness of Duke himself and two miniature Duke skateboard decks attached to the sides this item looks great perched on a shelf or standing on a table. Made circa 1990.
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