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Bert Libby Canoe

  With beautiful lines reminiscent of 19th century Morris and Rushton canoes, this traditionally constructed wood and canvas canoe is a pleasure to paddle and pure joy to view. Equipped with a shaped carry yoke and weighing only 64 pounds, this timeless treasure can be carried and car-topped more easily than most other canoes of this size.

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1962 Old Town SQ Stern (Sold)

Restoration just completed on Oct 1, 2019 of this beautiful 1962 Old Town Wood and Canvas, Square Stern/End Paddling Model Canoe serial number 171394. This is a 15 foot long, square end paddling model canoe with half ribs, a keel, outside stems, and a rowing seat. It was built between September, 1961 and March, 1962 (see attached build sheet).

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SOLD - 1941 10' Old Town Sailing Dinghy/Rowboat

<p>1941 Old Town sailing dinghy/rowboat Alden Design 0548 ( Gunter rigged Wood canvas hull Length: 10&rsquo; Beam: 4&rsquo;3&rdquo; Old Town Serial Number 132414, AA (top grade) Sailing dinghy model with a wood daggerboard Open mahogany gunwales Mahogany decks Mahogany seats Floor rack Built between May and

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1964 Old Town Canoe – 15 ft 50 lb class (Sold)

1964 Old Town Canoe –   15 ft 50 lb class

SN: 174328 15  

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18 Foot Chestnut Voyageur (Prospector) Wood Canvas Canoe

One owner, purchased in 1971, used for several wilderness trips in northern Canada, restored by an expert wood canvas canoe builder in 1995, then stored in a dry garage.  Used only a few times after restoration.  Two wooden laminated paddles included (see photo).

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18 Ft Carleton Wood Canoe 1921

We're downsizing and losing good place to store the family canoe.  Recently re-painted exterior but otherwise untouched since professional restoration 70's.  The wood is perfect except the varnish is aged from restoration.  We have the canoe's build sheet and we believe the seats and paddles are original - they are the ones that came with it when we bought i

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1915, 17' Old Town Wood/Canvas Canoe

This classic 17' canoe was built by Old Town in 1915 and is a “CS” (common sense) grade OTCA. Serial # 35925, the original builder's details show white cedar planking and spruce gunwales. More recently it was professionally restored and re-canvassed, painted red. 

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18’ Broadbeck canoe

18’  Charles River Canoe in excellent structural shape . It is roughly 85 years old beautifully built with excellent detailing. It has always been inside. Complete with two floor seat backs.  Any offer will be considered. 

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1910 Carleton

Nice early closed gunwale Carleton for sale.  It's in rather nice shape for it's age.

Jim Clearwater
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Peterborough Champlain SOLD

Looking to sell a 16 ft.

Jim Clearwater
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new 16' prospector-styled canoe by Lone Pine Canoe Company

New 16' Prospector-style canoe

This  unique 16' Prospector-styled model  is a new canoe with a vintage feel.  Construction was started in 1986 by the instructors of a canoe building class, and then it was left in storage until last fall when we received it from a client as a trade-in on a restoration project on his Chestnut canoe.

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16' Old Town Wood Canvas Rowing Canoe

 Built in 1955, this practical, comfortable, all-purpose rowing canoe is easy to handle, handsome in appearance, and steady on the water. It has cedar ribs currently covered with red canvas, 2 center seats as well as seats in the bow and stern, a wooden back rest, 2 pairs of metal oarlocks (U shaped and round) and 4 oars — two 6 1/2' and two 7 1/2' long.  The canoe

M Sturgeon
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18 foot long Old Town canoe

This 18 foot long Old Town canoe has been donated to the WCHA and is now for sale.  The serial number has been scraped off.  This canoe is probably from the late 1940s.  It can be seen in Tamworth, New Hampshire.  Delivery in the region may be possible for an additional fee.  More pictures are available.  The price is $

Benson Gray
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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. 

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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
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