Karabin Climbing Museum
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UNKNOWN PITON # 21 - Only mark on the piton is three dots. Bill Sewrey used a three dot mark for his gear, but this was not Bills piton. Quite heavy made of really tough steel. Made possibly 1950s.
- Donated by Michael Chessler
UNKNOWN PITONS # 22 - Only mark on the pitons is a "8." The Stubai version of these pitons is thinner and the Holubar version is more square on the hammer end.
UNKNOWN PITON # 23 - No markings on the piton. Circa late 1950s.
UNKNOWN PITONS # 24 - No marks on the pitons. Blades thickness and length differ.
UNKNOWN PITON # 25 - No marks on the piton.
UNKNOWN PITON # 26 - No marks on the piton.
UNKNOWN PITON # 27 - No marks on the piton. Oval piton eye and recessed channel on the blade.
UNKNOWN PITON # 28 - No marks on the piton.
UNKNOWN PITON # 29 - No marks on the piton. I have seen a few others of this exact unknown piton on eBay. Very well used and still bomber!
UNKNOWN PITONS # 30 - No marks on the pitons except one piton has a "WW" mark, which is possibly from the original piton owner. Circa ? 1950s early 1960s?