Not much. They are very dated and don't have much of a collectors value.
The worth of a pair of Harvey E. Dodds wooden skis will depend on the year and condition. A 1937 pair could be worth around $200.
depends on the skis!
Top of the line skis for one week is around €100.
There's usually not much use for oil with skis. Modern skis are mainly plastic, and oil won't do much for them. Older wodden skis are/were traditionally treated with tar as a sort of base preparation to keep the snow from sticking to them.
They looked very much like the skis we use today.
A one week rental (6 days) is starting at € 60 for a pair of beginners skis and up to €120 for advanced skis.
Nordica beast 69 TT sle - they are worth $1090 brand new , mine have bene used a few times and have a few small scratches as they would have?
Hi no you shouldn't need to, but you can put, wax on after you have been skiing in the evening, also its worth getting your skis serviced after your holiday.
Salomon makes ski bindings for oversized skis, driver skis, Z10 and Z12 skis, steel skis, Guardian skis, various variety of STH skis and non-STH skis.
You wax your skis so that you don't stumble on the snow and you just glide over it for a smooth ride! Also, waxing your skis enables you to ski faster and it protects the bases of your skis, which if damaged can cause a rougher ride and can make the skis harder to control (trust me, I had skis with damaged bases and once they were repaired they were SO much easier to control).