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Sat., November 16, 2019 at 10:00 A.M.
Preview from 8:30 a.m. Day of Sale
Rockway Hall, Vineland Ont.

Join us for another Fabulous Auction with Consignments from Bala, Ennissville, Bracebridge, Golden BC, Buffalo NY, Stratford, Toronto, Oakville, Dundas and Niagara Collections!

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PAINTINGS: “Delos Cline Bell” (Cdn.1836 -1877) signed “Portrait of Boy on Chair” oil on panel, 11” x 14”H; “Ed (Edouard) Adam 1874” (France 1847-1929) signed Ship Portrait of the Bark “Traveller”, titled, “Traveller In A Hurricane”, oil on canvas, 23” x 35” wide;  Late 19th C. Painting, “Moccasin Seller” in the manner of Cornelius Krieghoff, signed Latour, oil on canvas, 7 ½” x 10 ½” H;  Late 19th C. “Indian Trapper” in the manner  Cornelius Krieghoff, unsigned, oil on canvas, 7 ½” x10 ½”H; Glen Warner signed, Can. B.1947, titled “Backyard near College and Dufferin” view of Totonto homes in winter, 12” x 9”, acrylic on board, ex Hennok Gallery; W. J. Hopkinson (William John 1887-1970) signed, Autumn Landscape, titled “Woodland Beech”, 16” x 20” Oil on Canvas; B.W. Woods signed “Winter Log Sleigh Scene”, oil on board, 24” x 30”;  Barbara Clark Fleming signed, titled “Country Girl Feeding Chickens”, acrylic on board, 20” x 24”; T. H. Wilkinson signed Watercolor, titled  “The Brig O. Turk”, 9” x13” wide; 19th C. Fruit Still Life, frame labeled E. Hadden (UK), 24”x 30H;

PRINTS ENGRAVINGS WOODBLOCKS: 1789 Wood Block Print “The Wild Bull” on paper by Thomas Bewick, 8 ½” x 9 ¾”; Campbell Scott 4/30 ’62 signed Wood Cut Print on rice paper “Retirement” 20” x 31”, image of boats to be scuttled; Campbell Scott signed Wood Cut Print  “Hamilton Bay Bridge” on rice paper 18” x 27”;

SILVER/STERLING: Rare – Late 18th early 19th C. Quebec Silver Snuff Box with parcel gilt interior, monogrammed “G. Peltier” and marked “P.M”  (Claude) Paul Morin ¾”H x 1 ¾” D x 2 5/8” long; Rare -C. 1650  Augsberg (Germany) Silver Brandy Taster with gold wash, marked Martin Heugelin II; Set of Kirk Stieff Flatware “Williamsburg Shell” pattern, settings for eight, 46 pieces in total – Exc; Sterling Covered Vase with reticulated, writhen finialed cover and trophy brackets, 7 ¾”H; Sterling Footed Basket with cut glass liner, 6 ½” diameter; Silver Candle Sticks marked “Birk’s Sterling”, 4”H; Sterling Dresser Pieces – ( 5 piece lot);Sterling Lidded Dresser Jar Lot; Decorative Sterling Cigarette Case; Silver Overlay Cranberry Glass Scent Bottle; George II Irish  Silver Meat/Fowl Skewer 7 ½” long; Silver Plate Dance Card Holders (2);

GOLD/JEWELRY/WATCHES: Jewelry – Late Victorian Gold Brooch with 1899 hall mark “H.G.& S Ltd” (Chester) and “15Ct;”; Heavy Gents Cuff Links marked “K F 10k”; Custom 14k Gold Ring set with gray pearl and diamond; Pair of 14k Yellow Gold Drop Pendant Earrings set with gray pearl; Watches – Vintage Swiss 14k Yellow Gold “Priosa” Ladies Wrist Watch, marked .585, not working; Breitling “Chronomat” Man’s Wrist Watch, face numbered 217012, back marked 672033 / 769, with original case and sales bill; Rolex Ladies “Lady Dudley” Oyster, Ser # 206759;  MCM Jewelry – Round Ceramic Brooch with blue floral and sunburst decoration,   1 ½” diameter, marked Karin Og Aase Denmark;

FURNITURE: C.1830’s Niagara Peninsula Glazed Corner Cupboard in original paint, with 10 lites per upper door(s) and paneled lower doors,7’6” H; Rare C.1790-1810 Octagonal Top Campaign Table, folding detachable trestle base, found in Quebec,  C.1820/1830 Nova Scotia Windsor Rod Back Arm Chair branded “G. (George) COLE – WARRANTED” Halifax, original paint, 17” seat; 19th C. Mahogany Campaign Chest with brass fittings; Late 18th C. Quebec Candle stand, in original paint; C.1830’s Arrow Back Rocking Chair, with comb back and old paint; Early 19th C. Cherry Snake Foot Candle Stand, 15” diameter top; C. 1840 Niagara Peninsula Walnut Cradle – early Lampman Family; George III Walnut 3 Drawer  Chest on Frame; Early 19th C. Hooded Pail Bench in original blue paint; Sheraton Cherry 4 Drawer Chest with Tiger Maple Drawers; Walnut Niagara Blanket Box, dovetailed, turned feet; C 1830 Walnut Niagara 2 Drawer Lamp Table, refinished, Walnut 2 Drawer Lamp Table; Western Ontario Drysink,  diminutive size,1 door, original comb grained paint; C. 1840 Tiger Maple Drop Leaf Table; C, 1830 Regency Upholstered Wing Chair; Georgian Period Ribbon Back Side Chair; C.  Ontario Pail Bench in original paint history; C 1820 Nova Scotia Sheraton Arm Chair; C 1840 Northumberland County “Davidson” Slat Back Rocking Chair; C.1820/30 Mahogany Folding Card table in Regency Period design with molded edge top, bowed frieze and rope turned legs – found in New Brunswick;

RUGS/CARPETS: Antique Persian Sarouk Rug 11’ 4” x 14’6” Exc; Semi-Antique Persian Tabriz Rug 5’x7’; Semi -Antique Persian Heriz Rug 4’ x 6’10’; Silk Rug 46”x 71”, EXC.;19th C. Persian Bag Sides 31” x 66”; Nova Scotia Geometric Hooked Rug 31” x 66”;  Early 19th C. Floral Hooked Rug, 35” x 66”, mounted on stretcher; Nova Scotia Hooked Rug in Shell Design;

ANTIQUE & VINTAGE LIGHTING: Rare! Pair of Mid 19th C. English Peg Lamps with electric blue colored fonts, with brass bases, Exc.; Rare, Pair of Wedgwood Gray Jasperware Table Lamps; Antique Pressed Glass Whale Oil Lamps; Elaborate Bronze Bridge Lamp with cased green shade; Vintage 1960’s “Sonneman Triennale Atomic Orbiter” Floor Lamp, Exc;

FINE PORCELAINS & POTTERY: Royal Crown Derby Breakfast Set “Imari 2451” pattern, settings for 6, 29 pieces in total; Royal Crown Derby “Mikado” pattern, settings for 10, total 100 pieces; C.1785-1790 English Creamware Decanter & Bottle Coasters (2); Shelley Butterfly Vase, 7”H; American Indian Pitcher with molded busts of Native American Warrior, designed by Edward Kemeys made by Burley & Co. Chicago; Vintage “Weller” Vase, in oak leaf acorn pattern, 6 ½” h,

BESWICK/DOULTONS: Beswick – Basset Hound, 8” long; Palomino Horse with white socks, 10” long; Rare #1374 “Galloping Bay” Horse with ground cover; “Gray” Horse, 10” long;

GLASS & CRYSTAL:  Iridescent Art Glass Favrile Bowl etched LCT; Vintage Cranberry Glass Scent Bottle with silver overlay and ground pontil, 4 ½” H;

NATIVE AMERICAN AND ETHNOGRAPHICAL: Collection of Native Indian stone Items mounted in display boxes, all surface finds from a Fonthill farm in Niagara, including Projectile Points, Celts, Pre-forms and Clay Pipes; Dene/Athabascan Tribe (NWT) Bead Decorated Mukluks, (Yellowknife); Dene Beaded Gauntlets, from Dene Detah Village; Dene Beaded Gauntlets (Yellowknife NWT); Beaded Dene Moccasins, Detah Village, NWT; Inuvik 2-piece Parka with embroidered stroud cloth, felt applique and wolf fur, made by G. Sangrias; 20th C. Mali (West Africa) Dogon Tribe Kanaga Carved Wood Ritual Mask; 20th C. Dan Tribe (Ivory Coast) Ritual Mask decorated with shells and raffia beard; Native Splint Basket,

FOLK ART & DECORATIVES: Fabulous Pair of Early 20th C. Folk Carved, life size, “Heads of Men,” in untouched polychrome colors, each 14” H, from Cayuga, ONT. (Norfolk Haldimand Cty.)  20th C. Folk Carved “Articulated Man” b y Ed Smith, Brant County, Ontario; Gilt Copper Horse Weather Vane, with zinc head, complete with directional and copper cupola hood; Early 19th C. German Figural Cookie Board, 18” x 21”; Early Sheet Iron Horse Weather Vane, 31” long; Early Sheet Iron Rooster Silhouette Weather Vane with original painted surface;;  Vintage Folk Art Snake polychromed, hand forged from early file; Vintage Folky Snake Carved Walking Sticks in original paint (2); C 1850 style Wood Model  of Steam Driven Stern Wheeler Boat, 22” long by “Joe LeBlanc, River Hebert, Nova Scotia”; Carved wood  detailed Model of 19th C. 14 Wheel Steam Engine with Truss Bridge Base, by “Joe LeBlanc, River Hebert, Nova Scotia; Figural Carved Wooden Pipe of  “Bust of Man with Hat”, found in Nova Scotia; Folk Carved Figure of Dog 5”long, original polychrome colors, from Norfolk County; resting on plinth base; Vibrant early Cribbage Board in great polychrome geometric decoration; Fabulous 19th C. Scandinavian American Folk Art Spoon / Ladle, 16” long with 4” wide bowl, detailed  in relief carved  stylized foliate & geometric designs, signed R.G.D., found in Norwegian settled Community of Wisconsin USA – Exc; Pair of  Mid 20th C. Afro American Busts of Man & Woman, in carved African hardwood, each 18” tall; Detailed Model  of  Outfitted Conestoga Covered Wagon, 18” long; Mother & Daughter Carving, polychrome, 10”h, signed M. Jobin 1981;

DECOYS: #1 C. 1930’s Folky Rare Canada Goose Decoy constructed of soldered segmental molded tole panels with tole wrapped wood neck and carved wood head, retains original integrity and paint, 23” long; #2 C. 1920’s Aboriginal Carved Decoy from Eastern Ontario, original paint,15” long; #3 C.1920’s Nova Scotia Common Merganser, original paint, solid block, 15” long; #4 Folky Decoy with fan of steel tail feathers, solid block, original paint, 16” long; #5 C. 1940’s Ken Anger carved  Bluebill Drake, original paint, shot over; #6 Black Duck, hollow carved, Ontario C 1920’s, original paint, shot over; #7 Canvasback Drake, 1940’s Dunnville, unknown carver #8 Folk Decoy from Gran Manan Island, New Brunswick, 1 of 6 known; #9 Black Duck Hen, 1930’s Ontario, original paint; #10 Black Duck, no eyes, hollowed bottom, Early 20th C, original paint;

MARINE/NAUTICAL: Early 19th C Ships Bulkhead Brass Lamp with carry handle and wood grip, marked “Eli Griffiths & Sons Birmingham 1914”, the best marine lamps of the period -Exc; Early 20th C. 2 3/8” diameter Leather Bound Brass  4 Draw Telescope stamped “Ross, London 1913” and “Tel Sig (Mk III) Also C.S. No 1860”, extends 34 ½” long – Exc; Early 20th C. Ships Half Hull, of laminated cherry and oak with pine back board, 21” long; Early English 19th C. “F. Vago” 4 Glass Mahogany Wheel or Banjo Barometer, 38” H, complete and all glass in fine order;

ONTARIO DECORATED STONEWARE: 2 Gallon Jug, with floral decoration, maker marked “Warner & Co. Toronto”; 4 Gallon Open Crock with floral decoration, maker marked “W.E. Welding Brantford Ont”; 11” Diameter Shallow Stoneware Bowl with maker mark “W.E. Brantford Ont” 4 ¼” H; 1 Gallon Jug, floral decorated, merchant marked, “James A. Sloan Groceries Wine & Liquors172 Queen St. West Toronto.”;       4 Gallon Open Crock with floral decoration, maker marked B.S. Mfg. Co. Ltd. Brantford;   1 Gallon Jug, floral decorated, merchant marked “Michie & Co. Wine & Spirit Merchants 6 ½ King St. West Toronto”; ¼ Gallon Jar, merchant marked, “J. Kent Jr. Selkirk, Ont.”;    1 Gallon Jug, floral decorated, merchant marked “Geo Shaver Grocer, Wine & Spirit Merchant 244 Yonge  2 Louisa St. Toronto Ont.”; 1 Gallon Jug, floral decorated, maker marked, “N. Eberhardt Toronto Ont”; 4 Gallon Churn, with floral basket decoration, maker marked “Flack & Van Arsdale Cornwall Ont.”; 3 Gallon Ovoid Jug, floral decorated, unmarked; Primitive Stoneware Bottle, marked “Ingalls Bros.”; 1 Gallon Jug, merchant marked, “J.A. Harris Wine & Spirit Merchant4 Louisa St., Toronto, Ont.”;        ¾ gallon Jug, merchant marked “Turner’s Toronto, Tonic Bitters, Fruit Syrups, Wines & Sauces”; ½ Gallon Jug, marked “The VERA Carbonate of Copper Fungicide for Destroying Apple Scab, Grape mildew, Etc. Put up by Toronto Lead and Color Co. Ltd. Toronto, Ont.; Stoneware Bed Warmer marked “Parke & Parke Limited Nursing & Hospital Supplies, Hamilton Canada”; Stoneware Ontario Soda Bottle marked, “The Tune Bottling Works Stratford Ont”:

ONTARIO & CANADIAN EARTHENWARE/POTTERY: Extremely Rare form of Redware Jug found North of Oshawa, best described as “1 Gallon diameter, but twice as high”, in mottled glaze; Rare Redware ¼ Gallon Merchant Jug marked “R.H. Jameson, Whitby” Exc;

TEXTILES:  Scottish Alphabet /Family Record Sampler dated from 1789 -1824 with sur names Halfyard, Wooster, Dimock and Churchill, 16”x 16”; Ontario Coverlets (2)

PRIMITIVES:  Early English Oak, Georgian Period ,Pipe Wall Box; Vintage Cast Iron Russian Wolf Hound Cast Iron Door Stop, 12” long; Quebec Double Sided Sugar Mold carved with human figure and sweeping hearts, 2”x3”x14” long; Mid 19th C French Tole Tea Pot with red ground; Vintage Log Cabin Cast Iron Door Stop; Selection of Carved Butter Prints with beavers, cow, thistle carved designs;  19th C. Copper and Brass Candle Box; Burl Walnut Snuff Box; Early Carved Handle, Splint Woven Melon Form Baskets (2); Collection of Early style Ball Brass Box Lock Hardware; C.1890 Stenciled Wood and Iron Sleigh with front steering truck, 6’ long; Mid 19th C. Quebec 2-piece Beaver Sugar Mold, large size; 19th C. German Cookie Board 16” x 16”;

BOOKS & EPHEMERA:  Rare Vintage October 13th 1894 English Theatre Playbill for “UNCLE TOM’S CABIN” Play, 60” x 40”, in fabulous condition, 2- piece; C.1894 with original bill of sale; “Orange Institution of England Tea Party & Soiree” Vintage Advertising Bill, 22 ½” x 35” H – Exc; “Beaver Brand Hats” Octagonal Hat Box, 13” high, with great litho label of beaver – Exc;

DIRECTIONS:  Exit 57 Q.E.W. (Victoria Ave.) go south 8 km., east on Eighth Ave. 6kms. (Vineland) to Rockway Hall-2021 Reg. Rd. 69   L2R 6P7

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