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About 13.5 by 10.6 inches, indistinctly signed in the LR. Light wear to edges where it rested under a frame.

Gold/Amber is a rarer colour combination for these bags. This one in excellent vintage condition overall. Slight compression of weave, also loosening and marking in the lining. Purse bears patent stamp on the bottom. Interesting old TTC ticket found inside!

All original beautifully patinated bronze in classic Art Nouveau style. Rewired to good working condition. About 12 inches tall including socket. Very hard to find such an early example of electric lighting in such original condition and good working order.

About 18 x 27 inches. Very thick impasto brushstrokes. Signed in the LL. Duveryre was active throughout the mid twentieth century and is most renowned for his Canadian scenes, in particular of famous landmarks, however this painting is a departure for him in that it depicts a Paris street scene. Back of canvas has toning but painting itself is in good, clean condition.

About 17 by 13 inches with period gilt frame.

A Farm Labourer and child on a Country Lane with Massive Oak to the right and cottage in distance, drawn much in the manner of John Constable. Inscribed in LL Cottage near Wakefield. Image size about 8 x 12 inches. Toning of paper. Later vintage frame in very good condition. Goes with lots 33 and 34.

Small oil on card painting, mounted on board, Jeune Fille Lisant, signed with the name Renoir in paint in LR. Very old tag verso reads: Jeune Fille Lisant, 1882, Renoir. A faint inscription in pencil UR verso and other markings. About 6.25 by 5.25 inches. Some wear to edges of painting where it was originally framed. A very pretty and well rendered subject, most likely a skilled copy or in the manner of Pierre Auguste Renoir.

Very fine, minute watercolour brushwork on cream pith paper ground; the tiny strokes rendering the unusual subject with incredible detail. In particular, note the painting on the casket on the porter's shoulder! Such paintings were often intended for export although this particular subject seems especially appealing to a domestic market. Some minor wear of ground but overall in excellent condition for so delicate a 200 year old piece. Later silver-gilt frame. About 9 by 7.5 inches including frame. Part of a set with Lots 27 and 28.

About 3 inches tall with lid. Yellow metalware with hand painted depictions of swimming carp on either side. Marked as shown.

Very fine, minute watercolour brushwork on cream pith paper ground; the tiny strokes rendering the unusual subject with incredible detail, especially of the porcelain wares displayed on the table. Such paintings were often intended for export although this particular subject seems especially appealing to a domestic market. Some minor wear of ground but overall in excellent condition for so delicate a 200 year old piece. Later silver-gilt frame. About 9 by 6.5 inches including frame. Part of a set with Lots 28 and 29.

Very fine, minute watercolour brushwork on cream pith paper ground; the tiny strokes rendering the unusual subject with incredible detail, in particular of her tiny bound feet and exquisitely embroidered dragon robe. Such paintings were often intended for export although this particular subject seems especially appealing to a domestic market. Some minor wear of ground but overall in excellent condition for so delicate a 200 year old piece. Later silver-gilt frame. About 10.5 by 7.5 inches including frame. Part of a set with Lots 27 and 29.

About 4 inches tall, copper with Art Nouveau decoration in pewter.

About 12.5 by 9.5 inches. Wear and some losses to paint especially on edges where the painting sat under a frame. Acrylic on card. Faint signature partially present on LR.

About 17.75 25.75 inches. Signed in LR.

About 20.5 by 13.5 inches with period gilded frame. Faint back stamp.

Authentic 1960s vintage Gucci shoulder bag. Heavy and quality leather and monogrammed fabric. Some wear as expected for age and use.

Some toning/foxing to page. Small tear upper right. About 17 by 12 inches.

About 16.5 by 20 inches. Signed in LR. Pudney was an Ontario artist primarily active in the 30s and 40s who painted many views of sailing ships and seascape views from the Atlantic region.

About 19 by 15.5 inches. Unsigned.

Four traditional cups and a very unique teapot with offset finial on lid, all handpainted and marked Japan on the bottom. Colour difference in glaze between pot and cups is intentional. Early 1970s. In excellent condition.

About 7.5 by 9 inches. Very unusual sliding clasp/closure at top. Light wear. Note Coin purse and mirrored inside.

Very thick, smooth silk fabric with long elaborate fringes top and hip and original diamante brooch on one hip. Note dress is sturdy enough for wear but does have some signs of use and age appropriate to its 90 or so years, such as missing stones from brooch and area of fading on one hip, etc.

Coffee Pot, tray, cream and sugar and five each of coffee cups and saucers. Creamer lip has a small glazing chip and hairline at 3/4 inches long just at rim, otherwise great condition and an interesting example of mid-century English design.

Very atmospheric with two figures in a rowboat in the foreground and a misty Ben Nevis and lake in Scotland in the background. Painting is very large, about 44 by 40 inches including, re-stretched and in a newer frame. Some damage and old repairs, re-gessoed verso at some point and looks like small areas of overpainting. An interesting composition, very well executed. No signature.

Desk Top Paperweight, Crystal Bezel, Swiss 17 Jewel Movement, brass case with top winder. Some chips to outside edges of Bezel. Seems to be working and keeping time however unsure how accurate. Quite rare to find these old Swiss made examples. About 3.5 inches tall with winder.

A heavy and elaborate Art Nouveau silverplated footed dish, about 5 inches tall. Marked as shown. An unusually intricate example of late Victorian silverplate.

About 20 by 17 inches in frame. Signed in LL. Some toning of paper. Later gilded frame in good condition; painting slightly loose in frame.

About 15 inches tall. Not signed but a good example of orientalist European pottery from early in the 20th Century.

"Face à la Mer" numbered 2/6 and signed with initials and date in LR by well listed Quebec artist, Raymonde Paquet Blair. About 11 x 15 inches including borders.

About 12 by 7.5 inches. Signed indistinctly in LR. Somme wear to edges where it rested under a frame.

Solid frame but light wear and losses to finish as shown. About 35 by 26 inches.

Some wear/paint loss. Early 20th century landscape oil on card painting signed Konig in LR. About 15.5 by 10 inches. Watercolour study of a street corner on card indistinctly signed in LL. About 14 by 11 inches. Some warping to card and back shows some water marking that does not appear on the front.

Unmarked original Kosta Boda, Swedish glass piece, circa 1968. About 6.5 inches long.

A heavy and elaborately engraved Art Nouveau silverplated footed dish, about 6.5 inches tall. Marked as shown. An unusually intricate example of late Victorian silverplate.

Filled with antique and vintage ephermera: cabinet photos, greeting cards, pin up photos, etc. Cover has some fading and wear. Inside pages have wear, some tears, loose pages, etc.

About 18 by 10.5 inches. Sarrasin works in Quebec and is well known for her paintings on silk and linen. This one is silk and is signed just under the dancer on the far right.

Box about by inches. Leather handle. Shows wear appropriate to age and use. Brushes, palette knives, etc. Some are new/unopened. Also has original paint board and an attached easel for smaller artist boards.

Marked as shown. All in good condition. This is a hard to find set of vintage German Mid Century Pottery.

About 6 inches tall. Tarnish and wear to gilding. Otherwise excellent condition.

Does not have a strap. Butterscotch bakelite clasp and top frame on a very striking art deco leather and python skin bag. Some scratches and wear to leather and interior leather pocket is torn as shown, but overall in excellent condition for age and use!

All original but has been rewired and is in good working condition. Very subtle gold flecks in heavy white ribbed glass with a brass foot. Original atomic '40s style finial. About 31 inches tall with finial.

About 5 inches long.

Circa 1900 was part of a bride's trousseau in seller's family. About 68 by 96 inches.

A hard to find 1st edition and 1st printing of Kennedy memorabilia. Book is in very clean, excellent condition.

A Vintage Modernist 1950s Solid Teak and Brass Table Lamp. All original including harp, socket and final. Solid Teak Stand with Brass inlay. Rewired and refurbished to good working condition. About 30 inches tall including finial.

Cotswold Hills Farm Labourers walking Past a Church with Graveyard, drawn much in the manner of John Constable. Image size about 8 x 12 inches. Toning of paper. Inscribed verso as shown. Later vintage frame in very good condition. Goes with lots 34 and 35.

Full adult size inflatable Waveline kayak with oars. Very sturdy heavy gauge vinyl and no leaks as of last summer. Patch kits are available at Canadian Tire if necessary in future. Useful in pools and lakes but not intended for unsupervised use by children. Note: the last photo is just a stock photo to show approximately how it looks inflated. It is NOT included in this auction.

About 35 by 18.5 inches. Heavy.

About 6.25 inches tall.

About 40 by 70 inches. In excellent, clean condition.

"Bien-etre infinie," numbered 7/7 and signed with initials and date in the LR by well listed Quebec artist, Raymonde Paquet Blain. About 8 by 9.75 inches including borders.

Partial label as shown.

All original including harps, sockets and finals. Cut crystal stands in classic early Art Deco streamlined style. Rewired and refurbished to good working condition. About 7.5 inches tall with finals. Very small chip to underside of foot of one lamp, otherwise excellent condition. Quite hard to find matched pairs of early lighting in such beautiful working condition. These examples, either French or Belgian, have a very modernist look. They are not signed but are very close to similar pieces produced by Jacques Adnet for Baccarat in the period.

About 71 by 90 inches. Ecru cotton with slight variation in the shade (intentional on the part of the maker). In immaculate condition. Appears to have never been used. Easily fits a double and is shown on a queen sized bed. NOTE: in the pictures on the bed the cover appears much lighter due to the flash. The true colour is closer to the first five pictures: a warm cream.

The 1832 Original Havell Etchings from this series measured approximately 27 x 40 inches and were hand-coloured aquatints. This edition measures about 15.5 by 19.5 and was printed around 1880. It has some wear, tears and toning of the paper but is a very sharp and well coloured example of an antique Audubon print.

About 64 by 84 inches. Has many breaks and is lightly stained in one corner but with a little work would be beautiful again!

Painted white. About 27 inches tall. False drawer.

About 18 by 15.5 inches om frame. Titled in LR partially obscured by frame. Faintly marked on the back with stamp from Frank Jarman Gallery in Ottawa. Frank Jarman's is noted for having been the first Canadian art gallery to start representing women artists around the turn of the last century.

With original label. About 4 inches tall.

About 12 feet by 9 feet. Overall colour is a deep royal blue. Rug is handwoven wool pile on a cotton foundation. The colours are vegetable dyes. Peking Carpets were manufactured in the Chinese capital (formerly known in the west as Peking, now Beijing) after rug making shifted there from the historical rug making centres like Ningxia and other traditional markets in the Chinese interior. After this shift, Peking carpets were made in larger sizes which were more usable in Europe and North America, and the weaving technique became thicker and tighter to make the rugs more durable for Western users. This particular example has an interesting design that combines the decorative tastes of the late Art Nouveau with the new vogue for traditional Chinese motifs coming into fashion around this period. Condition is generally good; colour is vibrant. There are some sections of missing fringe (shown). There is a small hole closed to one edge (shown next to a quarter in the last picture), there is some general wear and losses consistent with its age and use.

About 11 inches diameter and heavy with molded glass tulip decoration. Label as shown.

Some scratches to finish but very solid and nicely styled in the manner typical of 1930s Art Deco design. About 45 x 19 x 21 inches.

Very large size, about 27.5 by 18 inches. Considerable toning and watermarking of paper, however a very rare print by renowned 19th century engravers, Brandard and Willmore. MacWhirter was a well respected Scottish artist best known for his striking pre-Raphaelite landscapes.

About 6 by 9 inches with solid brass snap clasp. In good condition.

About 12.5 inches tall. Rewired and in good working order, otherwise all original.

About 14 by 18 inches with very heavy and intricately carved and gilded period frame. Painting has some losses. No signature.

About 16.25 by 18.25 inches in a circular mat. Signed indistinctly in the LR.

Circa 1860 antique fire screen. Elaborate silk embroidery of a courtly scene. Hand carved and heavy mahogany pole and frame with some wear losses. About 60 inches tall.

About 12 inches tall with socket. Rewired and in good working order, otherwise all original.

About 8 by 6 inches with frame.

About 5 inches diameter each. Appear to be in unused condition.

Taller about 5 inches tall. Some corrosion and wear. White funnel has a partial marking.

About 11 inches long. Excellent condition.

Marked as shown.

About 20 by 16 inches. Indistinctly signed verso. Some foxing and toning of canvas but painting is in fine condition. Painting really takes shape when viewed from a slight distance!

The orange colour is very unusual for a breadbox, though more common for coffee pots and smaller items. About 16 inches long. This one is in excellent vintage condition!

Part of Set with Lots 272 and 273.

Circa 1900 and all part of a bride's trousseau in seller's family. Sizes vary slightly but approximately 45 by 23 inches maximum. Some are embroidered and/or have crochet/drawnwork trim.

About 6 inches tall. Works very well. Cover has wear.

As shown. Plugs into car lighter socket and seems to be working well.

A farmer with a pipe amongst his cattle, with stone barn and fields stretching into the distance and an apparent storm cloud to the East. About 15 x 9.5 inches. Wear to edges where originally framed and painting would brighten with cleaning.

Handed painted with fully gilded interiors. Each about 2.5 inches diameter. Marked as shown.

About 9 inches diameter with original label as shown.

Original Duck Egg Blue and Green paint, some worn.

Marked Long Marche on the locks. No keys. Some scratches to the leather and other minor wear. About 17 by 26 inches with an interesting expanding top.

About 24 by 20 inches. Wear and damages as shown. Areas of paint loss showing an older painting, or possibly a study for this one, underneath. About by inches.

Noera U.S.A. copper can is about 4.5 inches tall. Some have small wear, dings as expected for age and use.

About 9 inches tall with lid. Marked as shown.

Light wear to cover.

Farm Women and children in a cottage doorstep, drawn much in the manner of John Constable. Image size about 8 x 12 inches. Toning of paper. Later vintage frame in very good condition. Goes with lots 33 and 35.

About 9 inches diameter. Signed and numbered as shown.

About 36 by 26 inches. Shows some wear appropriate to age and use but overall in good antique condition.

Signed on flyleaf. Light wear to spine. Pratt (b. 1935) is a Canadian artist currently living and working in Newfoundland. He is a 1973 recipient of the Order of Canada.

About 11.5 by 7.5 inches. Wear around the edges where it sat in the frame. Signed in the LR.

Signed in LL. Old Ontario stone house with rail fence and several children playing in the snow. Kard was an Ontario artist living and working in the Haliburton region. Her watercolours often depicted charming scenes of traditional Ontario subjects. She passed away in 1991. Painting circa 1970 slightly loose in frame. About 8 by 6 inches with frame.

Beat the winter blues next year! Used once or twice, works well.

About 13.5 by 10 inches. In good condition. Signed on the bottom. More Russell Wright pieces at Lot 44.

About 7.5 by 6.5 inches. Title hidden under frame reads Mr. and Mrs. Lee ??

About 33 by 21 inches. Wear and losses as shown. Intricately carved by hand with a design that includes leaves and pine cones

Apple shown with Mickey to show the scale of this very large plush Mickey Mouse Disney Collectible sold at Sears circa 1995. Over 18 inches tall and absolutely mint and untouched in original box.


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