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Haute Couture for sure!! This designer jacket is from Yves St. Laurent's iconic 1976-77 Russian Collection which marked the beginning of the 70s departure from hippie couture to chic, flamboyant opulence. The jacket is tagged as shown. Size is European 36. Minor wear consistent with vintage.

Used once last summer. Works well, but no warranty. Includes all parts and accessories shown and original box. Very Heavy. Bring help. Must be brought up flight of stairs. Come to Category B pick up time only.

About 8 by 6 inches. 1998 collection retired officially in 2003 and very hard to find as a result. Note: the "damage" that appears in the photo is the design of the tile.

Tea pot shows some signs of use on the inside, otherwise the set is like new. Pot about 9 inches tall with handle. Not marked but is a 1980s design set from Italy.

About 40 by 32 inches. Signed in the LR as shown.

About 9.75 inches tall. Not marked but might be Japanese.

Dated and attributed in the LL as shown. This is partly hidden by the frame. About 26 x 32 cm without frame.

About 8 by 6 inches. 1998 collection retired officially in 2003 and very hard to find as a result. Note: the "damage" that appears in the photo is the design of the tile.

Approximately a size 10. 5mm (1/2 cm) wide. Marked Almer 14K as shown.

Made in Italy. Box has wear but pasta machine works well and is in great condition. Heavy for size due to the quality of the construction.

Wear, scratches, one knob is replacement, feet added to lift off floor. Dovetailed drawers. Raw back typical of furniture of the period. About 34 by 19 by 32 inches. Bring help. Pick up in Category B only.

About 90 by 52 inches. Heavy. Has some areas of fading or toning from age and use but very solid condition.

Tablecloth about 8 feet by 4.5 feet. Includes 9 unique napkins. While the tablecloth and napkins are in near mint condition appearing never used or washed, there are two small black marks noted on the tablecloth, visible in photos. When the spots were gently rubbed they did start to come away but seller did not attempt to remove them as did not want to lessen the crisp appearance of the textile.

About 12.5 inches tall. Seed bubbles in glass. Finial is unusual and hard to find. Lower bottom edge of inside lid rim has small chips.

About 12.5 by 11 inches. Possibly signed under edge of frame but cannot tell, however this is by a Canadian artist in the Toronto area

Wear as appropriate. Some have a faint maker's stamp. Largest about 3.5 inches long.

Heavy. About 32 by 28 inches. Has a newer backing and chain to hang. Believe wood to be mahogany but possibly other.

The smaller circa 1920s flapper clutch bag contains its original pocket mirror. Small wear as visible. The other is a late Victorian, circa 1900, reticule with very minimal wear for age.

About 26 x 22 inches. Signed in the LL. French post-impressionist painter, Phillipe DeMongeot. Atelier and canvas stamps verso. Note scratches on canvas and dent to upper section of canvas where it rested under a frame. See photos.

Antique net lace cloth, vintage Battenburg lace cloth, vintage cutwork and embroidered cloth, antique lace trim embroidered linen cloth, vintage cutwork and embroidered lawn cloth and mint with tags, 1950s vintage, kitchen cloth. Note that these were all stored for a lengthy period of time and have stains and yellowing from storage. All are in solid, vintage condition otherwise. No damage noted except on the embroidered lace trim cloth which has some thinning and small holes.

Later shade and possibly newer fixture. Stand is from 1920s. Lamp works. About 20 inches tall with shade.

Smaller pieces. Largest is about 13 by 74 inches.

Wear to very fine calf leather is intentional. Purse is in good condition. Includes dust bag.

Tallest about 9.5 inches tall. Some have small chips, other wear. See photos.

About 8 inches long. No markings found.

Heavy for size. About 13.5 inches long. Possible markings on the interior but faded and smeared. Wear, small paint losses appropriate to age. See photos.

Heavy for size. About 12.5 inches long. Possible markings on the interior but faded and smeared. Wear, small paint losses, appropriate to age. See photos.

Tallest 8.5 about inches tall. Pontils as shown.

Word Steuben etched on one foot as shown. About 9.5 inches long.

Swiss made vintage precision sewing machines (referred to as a benchmark on the needlebar.org website). Heavy for size. With hard case about 15 by 12 inches. Original case and original sewing box filled with accessories, thread, antique souvenir pin cushion, machine accessories, etc. Machine works. Includes pedal.

Larger is about 48 by 48 inches. These pieces are in near mint condition for age although the lighter one has some stains from 60 years of storage. Would likely wash out but seller didn't try to clean as wanted to preserve the crispness.

Heavy for size. Each about 5 inches tall. White bottle stopper has a repair to the neck. Remains of labels.

About 7 inches tall. With original label.

Plate about 12 inches. Marked as shown. Jar about 10 inches tall. Marked as shown. Egg about 8 inches tall. Not marked.

About 26 x 19 inches. Was originally a cupboard door on an 1880s cupboard and was repurposed as a picture frame that held lot #27. Frame has original keyhole visible. Thick wood, heavy for size.

About 24 inches tall. Small area of damage above mirror as shown. Wear to mirror.

Unusual long cigarette lighter in case. About 18 inches long. Wear to case. Unknown working condition.

Signed lower left and initials and date lower right, about 20 by 14 inches. Wear to edges as visible. Warping of board. Old water damage noted on backing (not visible on painting). See Lot 28 for the old frame this sat in.

Antique Dumas collection, 1893 with pen and ink and wood engraving illustrations, wear and soiling of boards and spine, pages showing age, wear, some tearing etc. Shakespeare 1864 rubbing and wear of boards and spine. Light foxing. Other books vintage and/or antique have some wear, etc. Children's books from 20s and 30s and other miniature works as shown.

Vintage Chad Valley Doll, Antique Painted Wood Polar Bear Toy, Antique Kaleidoscope. Bear has one broken foot over the rear wheel (see photos). Kaleidoscope has wear. Two antique children's books, both have wear. 1877 Boys Own Annual has wonderful colour illustrations.

Includes Terra Gear Camping Mat in great condition but dusty, extra large vintage purple chenille blanket about 102 by 86 inches, tablecloth, hemp table runner, cushion/pillows covers, etc. Some may have wear, stains, fading.

About 36 by 40 inches. In mint condition for age.

Jar about 8 inches tall, original red metal lid with wear as visible. Corkboard sign.

Includes Vintage Juice King Juicer, Vintage Pyrex Red and Orange glass refrigerator dishes (one missing lid), Copper hanging container, camping utensils set, 1930s Vintage red pottery bowls with lids (one lid missing, one lid damaged), hand carved wooden fruit, wine cooler from France and other items as shown.

Dress is about 24 inches long. Has small area of damage on the back (see photos).

About 7 inches tall.

About 7.5 inches tall. Smoothed pontil. Not marked but this is Murano glass.

About 36 by 28 inches. Dating to the 1986 Montreal Fine Arts Exhibition of Miro's work. It appears to be in fine condition. There is a signature in the LR that appears to be pencil, however seller cannot confirm authenticity.

Tallest about 6.5 inches tall. Yellow is Provencal from France. Some are marked. Chicken jug is Czechoslovakia and tallest is English.

Four place settings of gold rimmed china by Thomas, Germany . Includes 4 dinner plates, 4 side plates, 4 soup bowls, 4 cups and 4 saucers. Marked as shown. Appears never removed from box.

Perfume bottle about 5.5 inches tall. Depression era glass banana boats and tea plates.

Small antique mixed metal vase, about 4 inches tall. Tray about 11 inches diameter, light wear as visible. Chokin porcelain dressing table box, about 4 inches diameter. Kokeshi Doll about 5 inches tall. Noritake china dishes larger about 5 inches long.

Marked as shown. Genuine Tiffany. About 8.25 inches tall.

One giant apothecary bottle about 11 inches tall, one Javex bottle and one smaller bottle with original cork

Zeiss (Leica) with original box, Rollei (Rolliflex) miniature spy camera in case with old roll of film inside, both made in Germany, untested and vintage chrome hand warmer with case and original box.

Pink bowl 10 about inches wide. Note chip on edge. Vase about 10 inches tall. Large Chalet Amber bowl has glass slubs - not damage but a manufacturing flaw that can be seen in the photos. Small clear glass bowl has rough feet, see photos. Art glass bowl is not signed by is hand blown.

About 20 by 24 inches. Signature and date in LR as shown. Note: no damage, this is on rag paper which appears creased.

Vintage blue Art Glass vase from Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio about 6 inches tall. One handle has repair but it is very hard to detect. Label as shown. Pontil indicating blown glass as shown. Small blown glass swirl vase about inches tall. Pontil. Miniature amethyst glass apothecary bottle about 2.5 inches tall with stopper. Marked as shown.

Mixed lot. Some wear, rubbing of paint, etc.

About 6 inches tall.

Each about 5.5 by 4.5 inches. Glass is slightly convex.

Milk paint on glass panels, about 34 by 16 inches. One is signed as shown.

4th printing (1971) of the '68 edition. Wear and some loose pages.

About 8.5 inches tall. Very heavy for size. Not signed but this is Val St. Lambert, 1930s, chip on rim as can be seen in photos

Clean and turns on and operates when plugged in, but condition unknown. Mask is clean and was never used. Remote needs batteries. Case has odour but machine does not.

About 6 by 6.5 inches. Light wear.

About 22 by 14 inches. Original gold leaf frame has wear.

About inches long. Marked as shown. Wear as appropriate to age and use. Naval Ship's button, Crown and Scythe, two 2 Lions Rampant Buttons and one larger 2 Lions Rampant button, wear as visible

Gallery framed, very fine Daumier print (after Daumier) from the Law and Justice Series. About 20 by 18 inches.

Not sure these have ever been played. Condition unknown.


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