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Considered by many scholars to be the greatest edition of the Britannica ever published. Published in New York by The Encyclopaedia Britannica Co., 1910. Illustrated in black and white with colour fold-out maps. "Representing a peak of colonial optimism before the slaughter of war, the 1910/11 edition has acquired an almost mythic reputation among collectors." - The Guardian. Overall very good condition, several spine strips showing damage.

Gauguin, Picasso, Toulouse-Lautrec, Modigliani, French Impressionists, Goya, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Bosch.

Published in London by Virtue and Co., no date, circa. 1880s.

Dates range from July 1931 to January 1939.

"Devoted to the interests of the American housewife." 26 issues with dates ranging from 1885 to 1887.

An electic collection of antique and vintage men's magazines. While most of these magazines are in very good condition, please note that several are less than pristine, mainly along the spines. See photos for best description. 1 - Bruno of Hollywood: New Photography Lighting and Composition, Enlarged Edition. Spiral bound in paper covers, 11 1/2" x 10 1/2", 56 pages. Mostly female models with a few male models at the end. Various minor flaws and wear to covers. Interior near fine with some very light handling creases and a few tiny dogears. No date stated, circa. 1940s. 2 - Bruno of Hollywood: Art Photography: Figure Lighting and Composition. Spiral bound in paper covers, 11" x 10", 54 pages of black and white photographs of female models emphasizing the technical aspects of posing, lighting, and composition. Various minor flaws and wear to covers. Interior near fine with some light wear to the edges of pages. 3 - Figure Collected Edition Volume One. Hardcover in black boards, 8 1/2" x 11", 404 pages. Extensively illustrated with black and white photographs and some color. Issue 1 (68 pages): Eric Gill...Last of the Titans by Roger Fyfe; Figures in Line by Eric Gill; Nudes by Window light by Peter Gowland; The Stormy Career of Jacques Lipschitz by Beril Becker; How the Nude Photo Began by Helmut and Alison Gernsheim; The Pastel World of John Plummer Ludlum by John Plummer Ludlum; The Nude of Anita Ekberg by Henry Durling; Life Class in a Strip Joint by Bob Glaubke; The Sophisticated Females of Zoltan Glass by Zoltan Glass; .... Issue 2 (68 pages): The Return of the Nude in Modern Art by Fritz Neugass; Two Worlds of Rafaello Busoni by Arch Ayres; The Beautiful Women of Flint by Ron Spillman and Jack Ramsay; Portfolio 1: Figure Studies by Andre De Dienes; Portfolio 2: Figure Studies by Keith Bernard; Nude Reflections by Danny Rouzer; Portfolio 3: Figure Studies by Peter James Samerjan; Chaim Gross: Poetry in Wood by Grace Lord; Young Sculptor on the Way Up by Tom Lien; .... Issue 3 (68 pages): The Elegant Women of Walter Klett by Morton Cooper; Native Nudes of a Paris Savage by Benjamin Appel; Portfolio I: Figure Studies by Bunny Yeager; Portfolio II: Figure Studies by Peter Gowland; Walter Ausgood: Figures in Fantasy; Portfolio III: Figure Studies by M. Richard Marx; The Stone Figures of Jose de Creeft by Grace Lord; A Vassar Teacher and Her Nudes by Beril Becker; Controversial Nudes of Rodin by Tina Vicini Rito; .... Issue 4 (66 pages): Ben Benson Describes How Ben Stahl Draws the Figure; Richard Frooman, Sociology in Oils, The Figure and the City; Jefferson Machamer Demonstrates The Model in Cartoons; Andre de Dienes, Natural Light, The Sun and Mr. Dienes; Keith Bernard, Studio Lighting, There Are No Secrets; Peter James Samerjan, High and Low, Key Your Lighting; Clarence Koch, Ring Lighting, P. H. Oelman and the Feminine Ideal; Danny Rouzer, Bounce Strobe, Speedlights and the Fragments of Time; Peter Gowland Underwater, Gowland and the Mermaids; Stan Holden Describes Terra-Cotta, Well Done; Clarence John Laughlin Photographs Henry Moore's Exploration of Space; .... Issue 5 (66 pages): John Rudolph Wise: The Figure and the Camera; Stephen Deutch: Light Can Be Beautiful; Danny Rouzer: Shadow and Sunlight; Xavier Cugat: Caricature of Abbe Lane; M. Richard Marx: Made for the Mood; Tom Kelley: Special Color Insert; John Rogers Cox and His Camera Eye; Robert B. Kohl: The Charm of Simplicity; Paul Pinson: The Art of Quick Sketching; Phil Hunter: Journey Into the Abstract; Egon Weiner: Art's Third Dimension; Paul R. Shafer: The Intimate Look; .... Issue 6 (68 pages): Andre de Dienes: Existing Light; Philip O. Stearns: The Intimate Look; Peter Basch: The Moving Figure; Alberto Vargas: The Vargas Girl; Ted Egri: Blowtorch Sculptor; Janet Maas Satz: Camera and Illustrator; Paul K. Kufrin: Feat of Clay; Figure Drawing Part Two; Peter Gowland: Nudes in the Sun; Zoltan Glass: The Incidental Prop. Spine cover missing, surface damage to back cover. All pages near fine. Holes for string binding (as published) affect the very edge of text on some pages. Some wrinkling to paper caused by exposure to moisture affects the latter part of the book, but none of the pages are torn, sticking, or otherwise damaged. Note: the paper covers of each individual issue have been removed for the collected edition (as published). 4 - Nus : Photographies de Serge Jacques Album No. 8. Staple bound in unmarked softcovers, 9 1/4" x 11 1/2", 44 pages of photographs in color and black and white. No date stated, circa. 1950. Some browning to endpapers, substantial damage to stapled spine, minor wear to edges of pages, overall text block fine. 5 - Art and Photography of the Body Beautiful : A Collection of Prize Photographs Selected by Heyworth Campbell, by Arthur Zaidenberg. Revised and Enlarged Edition, 1950. Originally published in 1935. Hardcover in yellow boards, 8 1/2" x 11", 92 black and white plates. Lacking spine, back cover and last several pages separated from book, heavy wear to edges of boards, nude photos taped onto endpapers. Text block near fine. 6 & 7 - Art and Photography Anatomy Studies : Volumes 1 and 2 by Anton Clay. Two softcover volumes, staple bound, 8 1/2" x 11", 36 pages each volume. Photographs of nude women paired with Anton Clay's somewhat optimistic drawings. Major crease to front cover of volume 1. General light aging to wraps and edges of pages. 8 - How to Draw the Figure Beautiful by Samuel Roth. Staple bound, 8 1/2" x 11", 46 pages. Pencil drawings and cheaply produced newspaper-style photographs of nude women. Rare. Some darkening around edges of front cover, some handling marks on back cover, text block near fine. 9 - Lights and Shadows : An Art Annual for Advanced Art Students. Staple bound magazine, 8 1/2" x 11", 20 pages. Black and white photographs of nude women. Extremely rare. Seriously, this may be the only copy in existence. Wear to spine, handling marks to wraps, small flaw at upper right of front cover where it appears a price sticker was removed. Pages near fine. 10 - Models for Art : A Life Class Within Your Reach! Staple bound magazine, 8" x 10 1/2", 64 pages. Black and white photographs of nude women with grids for drawing practice. Fading to covers, one page protruding and slightly damaged along edge. Missing pages 19-22, 27-30 and 51-52. Remaining pages fine. 11 - Photo Exhibit Volume 1 Number 1 : The Seven Sensations of Man. Staple bound magazine, 8 1/2" x 11", 68 pages. Extensively illustrated with black and white and color photographs. Pages wavy from exposure to moisture. Some chewing damage around the edges and general aging. 12, 13, 14, 15 - Art Lovers' Magazine : 4 issues : March through June, 1925 : Volume 1, Nos. 3, 4, 5, and 6. Staple bound magazines, 8 1/4" x 11", each 62 pages. Extensively illustrated with sepia photographs. Heavy wear to covers with spines separated, text blocks very good with scattered flaws. Rare. 16 - Artists Models : For Art Lovers and Art Students. Staple bound magazine, 8" x 11", 28 pages. Illustrated with black and white photographs of clothed and nude female models. No date stated, circa. 1920s. Rare. Wear to spine, softening of page edges from use, light aging to covers. All pages near fine. 17 - Art Studio Life. Staple bound magazine, 7" x 10", 40 pages. Illustrated with black and white photographs of dancers and clothed and nude female models. No date stated, circa. 1920s. Scarce. Covers torn, back cover detached. One page missing. Remainder of pages very good with scattered small flaws. 18 - Alo Studies Volume One. Staple bound, 6 1/2" x 9 1/2", 36 pages. Illustrated with black and white photographs of nude female models. Color frontispiece. Scarce. Chipping to edges of covers where they extend beyond the text block. Pages near fine.. 19 - Artists and Models Magazine Volume I No. 6, September 1925. Staple bound, 6 1/2" x 10", 62 pages. Illustrated with blue tinted photographs of female models and art. Scarce. Covers poor, separated from magazine with major chipping. Pages good with some chipping, paper somewhat browned and fragile.

Oak chairs with upholstered seats.

ADS L570/2 Speakers. Untested, no tears with surrounds intact. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Old Japanese or Chinese Vase. Measures 8" tall. No cracks. Condition/sold as shown. Please see photographs.

75" tall x 71" wide, paper map backed with canvas. Overall condition is very good, with some flaws. Condition is better towards the top and worse towards the bottom. See photos for best description.

18 1/2" wide x 75" long. Made of paper and fabric with dowels at top and bottom. Damp stains, most visible on back. Stitched repair at top dowel.

"The Champion" and "Mr. Collins as Paul Clifford", both published by Redington in London, circa. mid-19th century. One is 12 1/2" x 14 1/2", the other is 11" x 13".

Watercolour on paper depicting Pancake Point on Lake Superior. Double matted in frame under glass. Frame size: 21 1/2" x 17 1/2". Painting size: 14 1/4" x 10".

Some wear around edges, generally very good condition

Published in London by Waverley, no date, circa. 1920.

A beautiful set of classic children's books. Published in Toronto by Bellows Reeve in 1932.

Seven volumes in slipcases published in London by John Lane the Bodley Head in 1928.

Published in New York by Appleton / Johnson in 1896. Very good condition but missing maps, some wear to leather spines.

Mostly southern Ontario and St. Lawrence river. Very good condition with a few scattered flaws.

Oak Morris chair with sturdy plywood base for cushion and adjustable back. No cushions included.

Antique Cigar Boxes. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Lot of Vintage Chrome Car Hood Ornaments - Jets, etc. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Large Antique Watercolour Painting by St. John. Visible image measures 12 x 19 1/2". Frame measures 21 x 28 1/2". Condition/sold as shown. Damage to frame. Please see photographs.

Old Antique Oil Painting on Board Man with Cow. various small spots of paint loss - see photos. Image measures 9 1/4" x 13". Frame measures 13"x 17". Condition/sold as shown. Please see photographs.

Lot 4 Old Original 1800's PENCIL DRAWINGS Women and Girl Portraits Hand Girl : 11 1/2" x 17 1/4". Woman in Bonnet : 9 1/2" x 14 1/2". Older Woman in Bonnet : 10" x 15 1/2". Hand study : 9 x 14 1/2". Condition/sold as shown - see photos.

The Broken Ear - Methuen, 1975. Text block separated from binding. Explorers on the Moon - Golden Press 1960. Damage to spine. Both text blocks very good.

Albert Hall, Tower of London, Big Ben, St. Paul's. In metal frames. Frame size 15 1/4" x 19 1/4". Matte interior dimension 10" x 14".

The Complete Works of William Makepeace Thackeray in decorative bindings. 19 out of 20 volumes, missing Vanity Fair. Published in London by Macmillan in 1911.

30 Christie's catalogues. Look at all that stuff you can't afford!

Boston: Little, Brown, 1927. Thirteen volumes in blue boards with paper labels to spines. Each volume with tissue-protected frontispiece. Numerous maps in text. Pioneers of France in the New World; The Jesuits in North America; LaSalle and the Discovery of the Great West; The Old Regime in Canada; Count Frontenac and New France Under Louis XIV; A Half-Century of Conflict [I & II]; Montcalm and Wolfe [I & II]; The Conspiracy of Pontiac [I & II]; The Oregon Trail; A Life of Francis Parkman by Charles Haight Farnham. All volumes have an extra paper label tipped in on rear free endpaper. Surface marks to boards and spine, some light damp stains to page edges. Bindings square and strong, all text blocks very near new.

Philips N4504 and Sony TC-570. Both units power up but the reels don't turn; they probably need new belts. The Philips is circa. 1980s and the Sony is circa. 1970s. Sold for parts or repair. Twenty reel tapes, most of which have home-recorded music on them.

Lot 4 of Comics. All Conan. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Vintage Pin-Up or Cheesecake Magazines 1940's 1950's. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

1903 Y. Gianni Gouache Watercolour Painting . Image measures 10 x 14 1/2". Frame measures : 17 x 20 1/2". Condition/sold as shown. Please see photographs.

See photos for titles. Most very good condition with a few scattered flaws.

Printed on heavy stock, new condition. Retail inventory that was never sold.

Some dirtiness along the folds, overall in very good condition.

All books are hardcover in dust jacket. Various minor flaws to dust jackets and page edges, interiors of books are all near fine. See photos for best description.

Worn but solid condition. Published in New York by Scribner in 1871.

Michelangelo, Utrillo, Dufy, Raphael, Bosch, Corot, Tuculescu, Titian, El Greco, Gauguin.

Dates range from August 1954 to November 1958.

The first and only edition of this very hard to find guide to collectible Pequegnat clocks. Published in Peterborough by Clock House Pub. in 1973. 80 pages, softcover, comb bound.

In marbled boards with green leather spines. Wear to spines, maps missing, otherwise very good condition.

Reproductions of mid-19th century French architectural watercolours. Quality printing on heavy stock. New condition. Sizes range from 18" x 26" to 24" x 48".

Large Revell International Space Station ISS Model -unused.

Vintage Jewel Clock Radio. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Vintage optimus 8R Sweden Camp stove . Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Vintage 1930's I Drive Safely Game - -Province of Ontario Safety . Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Ceramic or Porcelain Decorative Mask. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

The grandfather of electric typewriters. Powers up and "works" but needs some adjusting. When it's plugged in and turned on, all the type arms start flying up and down at once. They're powered by a roller underneath the typewriter, which needs to be adjusted so that only one key at a time is in contact with the roller.

47" wide x 26" deep x 42" tall. Was originally underneath a counter so has no top. Includes shelf brackets and two glass shelves. Glass on one side has very degraded mirroring on it. Solidly built, a real showpiece with a bit of renovation.

All original. Most 10 1/2" x 14". Very good condition.

"Oriental Tales: The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night [9 vol]; Tales from the Arabic [3 vol]; Aladdin and the Enchanted Lamp and Other Stories; Persian Letters; A Thousand and One Quarters of an Hour." John Payne, translator. "Printed for Subscribers Only," London, 1901. 15 volumes in rust buckram with paper labels to spines. Khorassan Edition, Limited to Five Hundred Copies, No. 327. Top edges gilt, sides and bottoms untrimmed. Illustrated with tissue-protected black and white plates. Wear to paper spine labels, a few small dings here and there. Bindings square and strong, pages bright and clean. Not ex-library.

Lot of 16 Vintage Antiques Magazines. . Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Vintage Canadian Pacific Airlines Ashtray. A few small chips. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Vintage Prudential Hockey posters. Rocket Richard, Gordie Howe, Bobby Hull. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

3 Old antique Wood working Tools, Hardware, catalogs.

Some with art and some with glass. Sizes range from approx. 11" x 14" up to approx. 25" x 31".

Text reads "Presented by Lieut. Gov. Kirkpatrick To Kingston Ladies College June 1897 Won by Mabel Brownfield." Back pin missing, otherwise beautiful condition.

Aged but solid condition. Published in New York by Grolier, no date, circa. 1920.

Twelve books in matching bindings with pictorial bindings. Published in London by E. C. Jack, no date, circa. 1920.

26 books in flexible pebbled leather bindings, near new condition. Published in New York by Al Hamilton Institute, 1949.

Antique set of children's books published in Chicago by The Bookhouse for Children in 1925. Wear and aging, green tape on bindings of some volumes.

Interesting articles and vintage photography from the turn of the twentieth century.

A variety of posters depicting the Parliament Building. Sizes: 18" x 25", 14 1/2" x 29 1/2", 16", 27 1/2", 14 1/2" x 40".

Vintage Figural Dog Table Lamp. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Vintage Wooden Card Index/File Box. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Lot 1 : box of Vintage NOS KAWASAKI or ARCTIC CAT Parts - Motorcycle, ATV, Snowmobile, etc. Condition/sold as shown - see photos.

See photos for titles. Most very good condition with a few scattered flaws.

Solid wood tiger maple frame with hardboard backing. Exterior dimension 17" x 21". Interior dimension 14" x 18".

In oak frame, 32 1/2" x 20".

A few letters stick slightly (meaning that they work but are slow to go back down after being pressed), and probably need a spot of oil and some work. Otherwise very near new condition.

Text blocks very good, heavy wear and some loss to spine strips. Published in Boston by Art Library in 1897.

Five vintage hardcover books in very good condition with some wear to bindings.

The Works of the Late Rev. Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. Vols. V, VII, VIII, and X. Published in London by L. B. Seeley, 1824-25. In textured leather with gilt edging to boards, gilt decoration and titles to spines. Marbled endpapers and page edges. Some very light scuffing to boards and spines. Bindings solid and square, pages free of foxing, writing, and damage. Remarkably well preserved after 190 years. Rare.

Two large, heavy volumes in slipcase. Extensively illustrated in colour. Published in New York by Harry N. Abrams in 1999. Near fine condition.

Incomplete set with significant wear to spines. Published in London by William Mackenzie, no date, circa. 1880s.

Dates range from 1927 to 1940, mostly late 1930s.

Art Instruction changed its name to American Artist during this time period, but it's the same magazine.

The complete set, still in the form in which it was sold by subscription: 68 staple bound sections, intended to be bound by the buyer when the set was complete. Published in New York by Selmar Hess, no date, circa. 1890.

12" x 16" softcovers. Chipping to covers, covers separated at spine on two of the three. Damp wrinkles and several missing pages in the 1918 issue, the other two text blocks are near fine.

25 1/2" wide x 32" deep x 45" tall. Designed to hold blueprints in a hanging position for easy access. Also useful for artworks, newspapers, or really anything made of paper. The clamps are held to the frame by racks that swing left and right. All 12 clamps are present but one of the racks is missing. This unit with all the clamps retails at Uline for $450, if you can believe that.

1968 handcrafted Pheasant Picture . By G Gravelle. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

lot of 24 Vintage Boxing Magazines. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Vintage Paper Dolls with Lace On Costumes in Box - Canadian. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Lot 2 of Comics. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Lot 6 of Comics. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Very Old Antique Engraving Print in frame . Image measures 7 x 9 1/2". Frame measures 17 1/2". Condition/sold as shown. Please see photographs.

Very Old Map of ASIA - China, Japan India, etc.. measures 14 1/2 x 20 ". Condition/sold as shown. Please see photographs.

Lot 3 : box of Vintage NOS KAWASAKI or ARCTIC CAT Parts - Motorcycle, ATV, Snowmobile, etc. Condition/sold as shown - see photos.

Piles 'o' books. See photos for titles. Most very good condition with a few scattered flaws.

Frame size: 25" x 25". Painting: 15 1/4" diameter.

Published by Wilson's in 1997, an exact reproduction of the Belden original published in 1879. New.

7 3/4" x 10 1/2", printed in black and red on card stock. Not dated, circa. 1930s?

12" x 17" on heavy cream paper, new condition. Sparks Street 1878, Byward Market 1920, Elgin Street 1867, Albion Hotel, 1890, The Russell Hotel and Theatre 1898.

A variety of drawings of Ottawa, all in new condition. Peace Tower by Jean Duguay 1997, 11" x 16"; Houses of Parliament 13" x 10"; Three different scenes by A. Szabo, 13 1/2" x 11".

Four hardcover volumes in dust jackets. By J. W. Pickersgill and D. F. Forster. Published by University of Toronto Press, 1960-1970. Wear and rubbing to dust jackets, tear to bottom of edge of vol. III dust jacket. Overall very good condition.

Softcover books for teaching how to draw and paint different subjects. All but one in very good condition.

Sealed - 1983 Masters of the Universe . Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.

Vintage Canadian WWII Recruiting Calendar. Condition/sold as shown - please see photographs.


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