Avast Mateys ! ....Maidhof Bros. Ltd has been dealing in nautical antiques, collectibles and salvage in San Diego, California since 1968. Thirty of those years from the same location....Over time we have learned a couple of important things. ...First....Our customers usually know more than us, so we keep the mouth shut and the ears open.... Second.... We always treat our customers exactly how we would treat ourselves, it's easier that way......that is how we do business at Maidhof Bros. Ltd...... LIKE us on Facebook and earn a 10% Discount on select items...!..... https://www.facebook.com/shipwaremerchants?ref=tn_tnmn
Professional whip cracker and nautical historian, Trader Vic started Maidhof Bros 45 years ago with his late father, WWII Merchant Marine Veteran Louis J. Maidhof and his two younger brothers. They traveled the world for months at a time, scrapping ships and hunting for high quality, original marine treasures. Make sure to check out some of his hand picked collectables: http://seajunk.com/cargo/authentic-morse-diving-helmet-pre-wwii/
The first born son in the new Maidhof generation, Ben Maidhof uses his skills as a Master in Creative Restoration to cater to professional booze swillers. Check out one of his beautifully restored and redesigned Captain's Booze Lockers: http://seajunk.com/cargo/bad-ass/ In addition to his restoration expertise, Ben also travels the world seeking out rare and unusual treasures to keep our showroom packed full of loot.
The youngest of the of the Maidhof crew, Salty Dog Dean Maidhof follows in his big brothers footsteps, honing his skills as a Master in Creative Restoration and working his charm to empty pockets. He's a man with strong instincts, making him a valuable partner during buying trips around the world. Check out one of his specialty porthole tables: http://seajunk.com/cargo/remarkable-porthole-end-table/
The third child and namesake to Trader Vic, Victoria Maidhof is responsible for all of the showroom photography, web maintenance, research, and writing. In addition to working for the family business, she was recently awarded The San Francisco Art Institute's prestigious Graduate Fellowship to pursue her Master's in Fine Art. To view her personal work, please follow the link: http://victoriamaidhof.com/