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Topic: Board Recognition
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Topic: Board Recognition
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WaveGypsy

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Board Recognition

Hi, i've got an old board at home i've had for about 12 years, damaged so i've never actually used it. It's got no shapers name on it but it has got a sword logo with the words "excalibur surfboards" i was wondering if anyone had any ideas on it's origin?  It's about 6' really wide and think with a single fin, cheers



By:

Duncan Coventry

RE: Board Recognition

Hi, your board may have something to do with Britain's first pro surfer - Ted Deerhurst. He lived mostly in Hawaii but did shape under the Excalibur brand. Google him to find out more, alternatively check out the Museum of British Surfing website. If it is one of Ted's, you own a part of British surfing heritage! Would be great to see some pics if poss?

Hope this helps, cheers!

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