Expansion bolts and Aid bolts Made in France c. 1960s
Charlet Moser Chamonix
C. 1960s - 1970s
R. CASSIN MADE . ITALY c. early 1960s
CASSIN ITALY c. 1960s
Unknown Homemade, or crude version of ASMU mid 1960s aid pitons. c. early 1960s
Shown in the 1975 Hei-Ha Katalog - product # 391 looks like the Stubai brand and is a aid bolt without the expansion plate.
Also listed is the expansion version #392.
Also listed is a Salewa safety bolt product # 390.
1975 Hei-Ha Katalog
Salewa Sticht Bohrhaken c. 1960s
Shown in the two catalog pages, product #P-1 and P-2 are listed as ASMU brand. Product #Q-1 is the Salewa brand. Product Q-2 is a unknown brand, possibly Stubai.
Sporthaus summer 1967 catalog
1968 encyclopedia dictionary of rock climbing
No mfg marks on the items. Possibly made by Stubai. Darker colored version dates to the 1960s. Plated version dates from the 1960s into the 1980s. Shown as product #Q-2 in the 1967 Sporthaus catalog. Shown in the 1980 Stubai catalog.
Stubai 1980 catalog
This piton bolt was donated to the museum by Scott Sellers and is marked Stubai Austria. Scott purchased the item from Bill Sewrey at Desert Mountain Sports in AZ in the 1970s. Comparing this item to the one shown in the 1967 Sporthaus catalog, the catalog shows the piton stem being the same size as the hammer end. But with this piton bolt the hammer end is bigger than the piton stem.