Grafton (Ontario, Canada) SELLER MANAGED Downsizing Online Auction - King Rd

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Bradford White heat exchanger and control panel. Two seven foot by five foot solar panels with 32 tubes each. Five gallon pail of coolant. Requires tubing and regulator valve. As is. Never used.

Richard Kramer was an artist and blacksmith. Each sculpture is hand formed using both modern and ancient methods of blacksmithing. This particular sculpture weighs in excess of 20 pounds. Kramer sculptures were and are owned by celebrities including Harry Belafonte, Princess Margaret, Gerald Ford, Jean Chretien and Pierre Trudeau.

42X20X69. Mirror tilts forward slightly so needs a repair or a stopper. Two large drawers need drawer stops so drawers do not push back all the way. Does not come with original hardware (pulls).

28X34X37.5. Professionally rebuilt seat and upholstery last year. Includes matching cushions about 14 inches square. Wood and some veneer. Very comfortable.

Panels 48 by 24 inches. Total of 6 panels with raised pattern. Sharp edges - bring gloves.

Matching set of two side table lamps and headboard lamp (just needs cleaning to match the others in the set). Also separate deco style table lamp. All in working condition.

Philco model 37-640, untested. Cabinet in great shape given age. See photos.

8 foot wooden toboggan, old wooden sleigh, GT snow racer, 3 old hockey sticks good for road hockey, 3 pair cross country skis, two sets of poles, Black Snow snowboard and metal Christmas tree stand.

Hand crafted screen room divider. 63 inches wide by 60 high. Some small nicks in paint. Center section is an antique ceiling tin panel.

Very large compared to many I have seen. Dark wood. See images for detail on condition.

Each tile is 7 and 3/4 square. Three different images, from left to right: 15 of image on left, 6 of middle style, and 26 of image on right. Also one box of 40 taupe coloured tiles, each 9.75 x 13 inches.

Made in England by Harper. Chartreuse scale likely used in the kitchen. Includes weights from 1 oz. to 1 pound.

33X33X28.25. We are guessing this table is mahogany.

31.5X18X27. Short backstop is not original and is oak replacement but matches well. Hardware original.

Need refinishing and new seats. One is cane and three are old leather seats. Lovely style to this set.

Old Junghans clock, very worn. Every time I move it, it starts ticking and the chimes kick in on the hour. That is when I turn it off as the chimes drive me mad LOL. No idea how accurately it keeps time. Back door broken - see images. Cabinet and face have seen better days.

Great collection of Belleek pieces, all marked. Includes old brochure that illustrates at least one of the pitchers in the images.

27.5X35X36.5, oak rocker. A few marks noted in photos.

Really unsure and cannot find any real information on this device. Manufactured by D. Appleby and Co. according to label on back.

Likely panels for a French door. Nice etched pattern.

Original art, 19X21, professionally framed with image slightly recessed.

Unique old evening bags here. Some have a slight musty odour but there are ways to address that (put into a box with kitty litter for a while). Quite a collection. Range in condition from excellent to poor so see photos.

Two double blocks (each 5.5 x 5.5 inches). Larger are 7.5 x 7.5 inches by 3.75 depth - there are 7 of these.

Vintage Toledo Scale model 4652. 40 lb. capacity. Parts missing. Planned use was in the garden with a lovely pot of flowers on the tray.

Trebol scale, wood cabinet, marble top and brass trays.

Only marking is Scales No. 2. Cast iron base with tin or aluminium tray (lightweight) with a few pinholes in the tray. Scale has been painted matte black.

Old China pieces including Royal Winton, Wade, Wedgwood and others. See photos.

40X16X72.5. NOTE: glass replaced with plastic in left side section, but really not noticeable. Slight damage to rear left leg - stands fine but could use a minor mend. Wood is oak in very good shape for the age of the piece.

Four pink depression glass pieces.

Unique vintage kitchen collectables, including marked tin of canape cutters. Old rolling pin, sifter, potato ricer, egg beater, etc.

Carnival glass including berry bowl set that appears unused. Also luster vase and a clear glass plate with iris pattern.

This is our fun lot! Oddities we simply could not lump in with any other lot, or quirky things that made us smile. Not sure I really wanted to part with the elephant planter or the tiny puppy toothpick holder. Working condition of clock unknown.

Large lot of collectable porcelain shoes. Many marked. See photos for samples of maker marks.

Fixture has been painted, but see photos for evidence of brass underneath. One socket slightly damaged.

Hand crafted screen, all wood, 48X55.

Folk art painted chair with woven seat, note rungs need re gluing and child's commode chair.

Large collection of jugs including porcelain, glass, crystal, and pottery. Many marked - some marks shown in photos.

Two vintage meat grinders and other tools.

An old spooner, celery holder, rooster shaped dish and more.

Large collection of bells including porcelain, glass, crystal and metal. Many marked. This is one of two lots of bells.

Bells in porcelain, glass and metal, many marked. This is second of two lots of bells.

Professionally framed piece of famous Nottingham lace. Vintage tray with image of ducks - some damage to image.

Working condition unknown. See images for info label on model.

48X65 Hand crafted screen in taupe, grey and ivory. A couple of minor nicks in paint.

MDF painted handcrafted fireplace screen.

A variety of children s readers and books in varying degrees of condition. See images.


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