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From a Port Perry area grocery, circa 1890. About 21.5 by 43.5 by 47 inches. Scratches and wear to finish and one foot replaced (see photos). Very heavy – BRING HELP to move! Come to Category B pick up time.

About 4.5 inches tall. Not signed.

About 82 inches tall. Top part is removable. Note: repairs, wear, damage as visible.

About 50 x 38 cm paper size; 28 x 28 cm image size (approx.), signature in LR. Attached sheet shows results of a German auction from around 2011 for a print from this series. The other attached sheet is part of an email sent by the Kollwitz Museum in Koln (Cologne), Germany to the seller confirming the identity and composition of this print. The email also indicates that the stones for this print were destroyed which would make it a rarer image. Note that the Kollwitz museum also disputed the 1926 publication date given by the auctioneer in the Ketterer auction, suggesting the actual date would be 1928/1929 for this version. These sheets will be included with the print for informational purposes. Print is not framed and matting has wear and marks (see photos).

About 68 by 88 inches. Has a couple of broken threads in the cutwork (see photos), with one very small tear resulting from that in a corner of the design, but otherwise very crisp for age and appears never to have been used. Appears wrinkled from storage and refolding for photos. First two photos reflect colour best. Off white with a cream silk embroidery.

About 14 by 10 inches. Note wear and scratches as visible in photos. Gilding is intricately detailed as visible. Note pressed wood board construction as visible in photos. Date circa 1890s.

Approximately 10.5 inches diameter, each. Note damage to one piece of the saint and other wear/damage per age to both. These are primitive pieces dating as early as the 18th century (but unsure of exact date). Pieces like this are found in Quebec, but it is possible these came from elsewhere. There is a Coptic church in Egypt with similar painting, and another one in Poland as well. The first depicts a saint, possibly Christ or Moses with one of the commandment stones, and the second is of Daniel in the den of the lions.

1980 Lac Lucerne, (Quebec), Oil on Canvas, about 30 by 34 inches, signed in the LR as shown, inscribed verso as shown.

Filled with multiple very fine illustrations. Inscribed as shown on flyleaf. Note: Damaged spine, loose pages, wear to cover, foxing, toning of paper, etc.

About 2.75 inches tall with stopper. Signed as shown.

Wear to all as visible. Watches do not work and have damaged faces and other wear. Unmarked watch is Swiss depose 7 jewels. Case is gold plated. Cigarette case is monogrammed. Etui (sewing needle case) is marked as shown.

Antique early 20th C. Print on wood taken from a medieval tapestry. About 10 by 8 inches.

About 3 inches long. Signed as shown. Unsure of material, possibly bone or a white stone.

Filled with woodcut and print engravings, illustrations, etc. Note: Damage to cover and spine, wear, foxing, toning of paper, etc.

About 6.75 inches diameter. Wear, including small rim chips which is appropriate to age. Unglazed foot as shown. Check out Antiques Roadshow appraisal for a larger, earlier version of this particular bowl style! http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/roadshow/season/17/seattle-wa/appraisals/safavid-ceramic-bowl-ca-1700--201206A33/

All about 7.25 inches tall. Some marked VSL and one Val St. Lambert, but all are 1950s vintage Val St. Lambert fine crystal.

Signed in charcoal or crayon in the LR as shown. About 20 by 16 inches. (There is certainly something very compelling about this woman's face and it is beautifully rendered here!)

Wear and damage to spine and cover as visible. Foxing and toning of paper etc. Filled with wonderful illustrations including some antique maps.

Wear to boards and spine as visible.

About 34 by 34 inches. Hand rolled edges. Good, vintage condition.

About 28 by 25 inches. Signed and dated in the LR as shown. Old label verso.

Original box. Wear to both. Factory second. Router tested and seems to be working fine but seller cannot guarantee condition.

Used only a couple of times last winter. Works when turned on, but no warranty.

About 20 by 12 by 11.5 inches. Black paint over traces of green coloured paint. On the inside can be seen remnants of old name stencil added later that belonged to a 19th Century New Brunswick carpenter. Original iron hardware including strap hinges, one has newer screws. Wear and damage appropriate to age as visible in photos.

Used in a wine cellar and perfect for wine bottles! Circa 1900 Ontario Postal Sorting Cage about 65 by 64 inches. Distressed finish, wear, see photos. Original place names still visible here and there. Chicken wire backing. Smaller compartments along top. Candle wax dripped along one side scrapes off pretty easily. Very heavy – must be brought up from under the deck in the back yard where it was placed for photos. Area is protected and dry. BRING HELP! Come to Category B pick up time.

About 6 inches wide. Snap needs to be sewn more firmly into the opening as it sometimes pops out (goes right back in again however), otherwise the purse is in great condition for its age. Includes original mirror.

Labelled as shown. About 4.25 inches tall. Pieces are mounted onto base and are moveable.

Used only once, it is in mint condition. About 20 by 90 inches. Cost $109 new.

About 8 inches wide. Label as shown. Light stains interior and along bottom edge under sequins on one side.

About 4.5 inches diameter. Includes pestle. Not signed but hand turned.

Signed as shown. About 7.5 inches diameter.

About 4.5 inches long. Not signed. Unsure of date but definitely an older piece as evidenced by the amount of wear to the bottom (see photos).

About 20 by 15 inches, hand painted and pen board. Inscribed with artist's name and date verso. Note wear to edges as visible.

About 10 x 12 inches. Light wear to paint at edges where it was originally under a frame.

About 16 by 20 inches. Signed in the lower right as shown. Wear and Patination of canvas as visible in photos.

About 5 inches tall. Marked as shown. One has very small flea bite on the rim as visible.

Wear as visible. Tallest piece about 8 inches tall. Includes most of the original accessories: pots, cereal boxes, etc., as shown. Pieces for the oven handle might be in one of the bags but cannot be verified.

About 7 inches wide. Interesting enamel-type closure band. Staining on interior only.

About 7 inches tall. Signed TS on the pontil as shown.

About 3 inches tall. Signed TS on the pontil as shown.

About 4 inches wide at bottom. Signed as shown.

About 4 inches tall without pestle. Not signed. Unsure of wood. Very smooth turning.

About 16.5 inches long. Large rough pontil as shown. (Pontil designates blown glass, it is not a mark of damage!) Not marked, but this is Murano art glass in a very unusual and distinctive form.

About 8 inches wide.

About 9 inches diameter. Marked as shown.

About 7 inches long. Wear as appropriate to age and use visible in photos.

Hard sided shows some wear, marks, scuffs, etc. Closures work. Soft sided has key inside.

Marked as shown. About 8.5 inches diameter. Wear to foot as shown.

About 1 inch long. Unsure of material

Longest hematite piece about 24 inches long, doubled. 4 hematite necklaces are brand new with their tags (note: $25 - $35 each). The remainder are vintage. Some may have wear appropriate to age.

Items not sorted but certainly a varied assortment! Books, Christmas Decorations, Glass Pie Plates, can all be seen. Two vintage Pyrex bowls have some wear. Angel wall shelf has a bit of wear to gold paint. Christmas tree lights worked when plugged in but cannot be guaranteed. Also includes large mix of picture frames. Not all items were verified. Some may have wear, damage. Not sure what all is in this lot, but a good assortment for sure!

Everything in textile art is done by hand: the textile drawing, colouring and dyeing, batiking, designing, applique etc., and this represents hours and hours of carefully thought out construction and work that is intended to hang as art and not designed for use or wear. Textile art (as separate from handicraft) is just beginning to be recognized as one of the most expressive art forms and is fast becoming one of the hottest markets for art collectors. About by inches, labeled as shown. This one isn't signed but was purchased as a lot representing art by Katherine Peterson, as labeled in lots 87 and 88. About 30 x 20 inches.

About 25 by 19 inches. Graphite pencil on watermarked French art paper. Note tears, wear to paper as visible.

About 25 by 19 inches. Graphite drawing on watermarked French art paper. Note tearing and wear to paper. Signed with initials and dated LR as shown.

About 2.5 inches long. Wear as visible. This came from a very large lot of these stencils some of which had back stamps indicating where they were from. This one is marked as shown.

About 3.5 inches long. Wear as visible. This came from a very large lot of these stencils some of which had back stamps indicating where they were from. This one is marked as shown.

Handpainted with silk moire linings on each. Tallest about 4.75 inches high. These date to 1900-1930 era.

Wear and damage appropriate to age and use visible in photos. About 5 x 5 inches.

About 8 inches tall. Crack as shown. No pestle.

About 5.5 inches diameter. Marked as shown.

About 4 inches tall. Flat, smooth top perfect for holding miniatures!

About 12 by 10 inches. Note tear. Label on back as shown. Signed in the LR. Note: tear on bottom visible in photo. Marks from old tape visible. Other wear visible.

About 12 inches long. Fur lining dyed orange on inside and white fur trim. Note: some of the white fur is scattered on the felt as visible, but mittens are in sound, clean, wearable condition.

Plate is marked as shown.

Hundreds of pieces including tiny accessories, parts to a very old wooden doll house, dolls and furniture. Some pieces are vintage/antique. Everything appears to have been wrapped or packaged. Seems to be lots of furniture underneath top layer. Note: did not unpack fully, some pieces may have wear and/or damage. Includes bin.

About 3.5 inches long. Wear as visible. This came from a very large lot of these stencils some of which had back stamps indicating where they were from. This one is marked as shown.

About 9 inches tall at maximum, very heavy for size. Note hairlines near bottom (see photos) do not appear to go right through the glass however hard to tell (glass does not leak).

About 26 by 39 inches. Label as shown. Wear as visible.

About 3 inches long. Wear as visible. This came from a very large lot of these stencils some of which had back stamps indicating where they were from. This one is marked as shown.

About 3.5 inches diameter. Marked as shown.

About 8 inches long. Wear as visible. Note whitening of glaze on the interior seems to come from something back in the centre. It seemed to flake off if picked at but seller did not want to risk damaging piece so did not attempt to remove it.

About 7.5 inches diameter. Marked as shown.

Mugs about 3 inches tall. Not marked but very fine blown crystal glass. Cut Glass tray/bowl is not part of the set, but looks so charming with it we thought we'd keep them together!

Everything in textile art is done by hand: the dyeing, batiking, designing, quilting, sewing, applique etc., and this represents hours and hours of carefully thought out construction and work. Textile art (as separate from handicraft) is just beginning to be recognized as one of the most expressive art forms and is fast becoming one of the hottest markets for art collectors. About by inches, labeled as shown. About 22 x 16 inches.

Two pendant inserts and one full photo of what appears to be the same woman circa 1870s. Wear to all is shown. Largest is about 3 x 2 inches.

Works, about 28 inches long, wear as visible in photos.

About 14 by 18 inches with frame.

About 4 inches diameter. Not marked.

Taller about 4 inches tall. These are not marked but are blown glass and very fine. They are not a set, but are such pretty glasses we liked them to stay together!

About 3.75 inches tall. Not marked. One has small rim chip.

About 5.5 inches tall. No markings. Surface cracks and hairlines as visible in photos.

About 3.25 inches long. Wear as visible. This came from a very large lot of these stencils some of which had back stamps indicating where they were from. This one is marked as shown.

Everything in textile art is done by hand: the textile drawing, colouring and dyeing, batiking, designing, applique etc., and this represents hours and hours of carefully thought out construction and work that is intended to hang as art and not designed for use or wear. Textile art (as separate from handicraft) is just beginning to be recognized as one of the most expressive art forms and is fast becoming one of the hottest markets for art collectors. About by inches, labeled as shown. This one isn't signed but was purchased as a lot representing art by Katherine Peterson, as labeled in lots 87 and 88. About 20 x 22 inches.

Everything in textile art is done by hand: the textile drawing, colouring and dyeing, batiking, designing, applique etc., and this represents hours and hours of carefully thought out construction and work that is intended to hang as art and not designed for use or wear. Textile art (as separate from handicraft) is just beginning to be recognized as one of the most expressive art forms and is fast becoming one of the hottest markets for art collectors. About by inches, labeled as shown. This one isn't signed but was purchased as a lot representing art by Katherine Peterson, as labeled in lots 87 and 88. About 20 x 16 inches.

Everything in textile art is done by hand: the dyeing, batiking, designing, quilting, sewing, applique etc., and this represents hours and hours of carefully thought out construction and work. Textile art (as separate from handicraft) is just beginning to be recognized as one of the most expressive art forms and is fast becoming one of the hottest markets for art collectors. About by inches, labeled as shown. About 18 x 16 inches.

Some covers torn/separated, some pages have wear, tears, etc., but great illustrations and British satirical writing. Also love gotta' love the ads!

Everything in textile art is done by hand: the textile drawing, colouring and dyeing, batiking, designing, applique etc., and this represents hours and hours of carefully thought out construction and work that is intended to hang as art and not designed for use or wear. Textile art (as separate from handicraft) is just beginning to be recognized as one of the most expressive art forms and is fast becoming one of the hottest markets for art collectors. About by inches, labeled as shown. This one isn't signed but was purchased as a lot representing art by Katherine Peterson, as labeled in lots 87 and 88. About 16 x 18 inches.

Some of these are very hard to find editions of classical, jazz, blues, etc., music from the 1940s. Not able to test, but all appear pretty clean. Wear to case. There are 11 records in all.

Works on top level. About 24 inches long, wear as visible in photos. Marked as shown.

Largest about 14 by 11 inches.


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