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Select Online Auction of Canadian Art and Decorative Arts J UNE 16 - 2 1, 2 018


Select Online Auction of Canadian Art and Decorative Arts JUNE 16 - 21, 2018


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A selection of pottery by Karin Pavey and Ian Symons

Monday, June 18 from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Lot 19 René Richard Forest Interior

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back cover Lot 173 Trans Continental Pop Festival (Festival Express) Poster, 1970

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Canadian Silver Wine Taster, Paul Lambert, Quebec, Que., c.1740 length 5.1 in — 13 cm, 5.4 oz. — 167 grams

William Pi!, French and Indian War, Montreal Taken, Conquest of Canada Complete, Silver Medal, 1760 obverse: The Saint Lawrence River at rest under laureate triumph to Amherst, with beaver, French arms in exergue, reverse: captive Montreal under pine with eagle and French armorial trophy, cased, diameter 1.4 in — 3.6 cm, inscription to edge: William Pi! Administring [sic]

Canadian Silver Engraved Rectangular Snuff Box, Laurent Amiot, Quebec City, Que., c.1800 the flush-hinged cover engraved with a shieldshaped cartouche and leaf sprigs, length 2.8 in— 7.2 cm, 4.5 oz. — 140 grams

Literature: A similar vessel in the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum is illustrated by John Langdon in Canadian Silversmiths, 1700-1900, plate 37

$2,000—3,000

$2,000—3,000 $3,000—4,000

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Canadian Silver Small Mug, Robert Cruickshank, Montreal, Que., c.1800 of plain barrel shape with angular scroll handle, height 2.7 in — 6.9 cm, 3.3 oz. — 103 grams

Old Sheffield Plate Circular Warming Dish of Canadian Historical Interest, c.1820 diameter 7.4 in — 18.7 cm

Davenport ‘Montreal’ Oval Pla!er, c.1835 printed in brown with a view of Montreal from St. Helen’s Island on the centre, the steamboat ‘British America’ prominent in the foreground, length 14.7 in — 37.4 cm, impressed marks DAVENPORT and anchor, printed MONTREAL in brown

$700—1,000

$100—200

Literature: A plate decorated with this scene is illustrated by Elizabeth Collard in Nineteenth Century Po!ery and Porcelain in Canada, plate 34a $250—350


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Seven Davenport ‘Montreal’ Plates, a Sauce Boat and Serving Dish, c.1835 each printed in brown with a view of Montreal from St. Helen’s Island, the steamboat ‘British America’ prominent in the foreground, serving dish length 12.1 in — 30.7 cm, impressed marks DAVENPORT, anchor and numerals, printed MONTREAL in brown

Canadian Silver Christening Mug, Laurent Amiot, Quebec City, Que., c.1820 height 2.6 in — 6.7 cm, 4.4 oz. — 138 grams

RANDOLPH STANLEY HEWTON, R.C.A. WINTER LANDSCAPE WITH RIVER oil on canvas signed 20 ins x 24 ins; 49.5 cms x 59.7 cms

$350—500

Provenance: Family of Théophile Hamel and his wife, Georgina-Mathilde Faribault, by descent $600—800

Provenance: Estate of the artist $4,000–5,000

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GEORGE LORNE HOLLAND BOUCHARD, R.C.A. THE WOOD LOT - (OTTER LAKE) oil on masonite signed; also signed, titled and dated 1959 on the reverse 24 ins x 30 ins; 58.4 cms x 73.7 cms

GEORGE LORNE HOLLAND BOUCHARD, R.C.A. FARM IN THE HUBERDEAU HILLS oil on masonite signed 18 ins x 26 ins; 43.2 cms x 63.5 cms

JOHN HERBERT CADDY TWO WORKS: NEAR FLAMBORO, C.W. AND THE DUNDAS CREEK, FROM UNDER THE TORONTO RAILWAY BRIDGE both watercolour sight 12 ins x 8.25 ins; 30.5 cms x 21 cms; 8 ins x 14 ins; 29.2 cms x 44.5 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, O!awa $800–1,200

Provenance: Private Collection, O!awa $800–1,200

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto Exhibited: John Herbert Caddy 1801-1887, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, May 1985 to May 1986, for Dundas Creek, From Under the Toronto Railway. $1,800–2,200


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BERTHE DES CLAYES SANDY COVE, NOVA SCOTIA oil on canvas signed 24 ins x 32 ins; 61 cms x 81.3 cms

LIONEL MACDONALD STEPHENSON UNTITLED oil on masonite signed with initials 11 ins x 20.5 ins; 27.9 cms x 52.1 cms

RENÉ RICHARD CAMPERS pastel signed 8.25 ins x 10 ins; 21 cms x 25.4 cms

Provenance: Canadian Fine Arts, Toronto Private Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Private Collection, Bracebridge, ON

Provenance: Wallack Galleries, O!awa Private Collection, O!awa

$1,800–2,200

$800–1,200

$1,000–1,500

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PEGI NICOL MACLEOD ROCKCLIFFE IN FIRST SPRING oil on panel signed and titled on the reverse 9 cms x 12 ins; 22.9 cms x 30.5 cms

THOMAS HAROLD BEAMENT, P.R.C.A. CEDAR AND SPRUCE oil on board signed, titled and dated 1922 on the reverse 10 ins x 14 ins; 25.4 cms x 35.6 cms

HERBERT SIDNEY PALMER, O.S.A., R.C.A. MID SUMMER oil on board signed; also signed and titled on the reverse 10.5 ins x 13 ins; 26.7 cms x 33 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Private Collection, O!awa

Provenance: Private Collection, Guelph

$2,000–3,000

$900–1,200

$1,500–2,000


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RENÉ RICHARD FOREST INTERIOR gouache signed 9 ins x 9 ins; 23.5 cms x 23.5 cms

RANDOLPH STANLEY HEWTON, R.C.A. FARM BUILDINGS - ROLLING HILLS oil on canvas signed 20 ins x 24 ins; 50.8 cms x 61 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, France

Provenance: Estate of the artist

Eleven Canadian Silver Old English Pa!ern Table Spoons, Laurent Amiot, Quebec City, Que., c.1800 length 21.2 in — 53.8 cm, 19.4 oz. — 603 grams, nine are engraved with a cross and initials S.N. (Seminaire Nicolet) and numbered; two are engraved with a cross and initials M.E.

$1,000–1,500

$4,000–5,000

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Pair of Canadian Silver Old English Pa!ern Table Spoons and Three Bright-Cut Tea Spoons, possibly L. Halliday, Montreal, Que., early 19th century 4.6 oz. — 142 grams, maker’s marks LH

Three Canadian Silver Old English Pa!ern Table Spoons, Laurent Amiot, Quebec City, Que., c.1800 length 8.9 in — 22.5 cm, 6.2 oz. — 194 grams

Five Canadian Silver Old English Pa!ern Table Spoons, Michel Fortin, Quebec, Que., c.1800 length 8.5 in — 21.5 cm, 10 oz. — 312 grams

$150—250

$200—300

$100—200

$600—800


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Fi!een Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa"ern Table Spoons, Laurent Amiot, Quebec City, Que., c.1820 length 8.7 in — 22.2 cm, 34.1 oz. — 1060 grams

Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa"ern Flatware, Laurent Amiot, Quebec City, Que., c.1820 comprising twenty-two pieces: 8 table spoons, 6 table forks, 2 tea spoons, mustard spoon, salt spoon, serving spoon, ladle, sugar nips, and a bu!er knife, serving spoon length 12.2 in — 31 cm, 43.7 oz. — 1360 grams

Eight Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa"ern Table Forks, Laurent Amiot, Quebec City, Que., c.1820 length 8 in — 20.3 cm, 18.8 oz. — 586 grams

$600—800

$400—600

Provenance: Family of the painter, Théophile Hamel and his wife, Georgina-Mathilde Faribault, by descent $600—800

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Six Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa"ern Dinner Forks, James Smellie, Quebec City, Que., 1820s length 7.9 in — 20 cm, 10.4 oz. — 323 grams

Six Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa"ern Dinner Forks, William Stenne", Toronto, Ont., c.1830-40 13.3 oz. — 413 grams

Canadian Silver Sugar Tongs, James Godfrey Melick, Saint John, N.B., c.1850 length 6.3 in — 16 cm, 1.4 oz. — 43 grams

$200—300

$250—350

$75—150


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Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Serving Spoon, Nelson Walker, Montreal, Que., c.1850 length 12 in — 30.5 cm, 4 oz. — 123 grams

Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Soup Ladle, François Sasseville, Quebec City, Que., mid -19th century length 12.8 in — 32.5 cm, 8.4 oz. — 262 grams

Six Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Table Spoons and Six Dessert Spoons, François Sasseville, Quebec City, Que., mid-19th century length 8.7 in — 22 cm, 23.1 oz. — 719 grams

$100—200

$200—300

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Eight Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Dessert Forks, François Sasseville, Quebec City, Que., mid-19th century length 6.7 in — 17 cm, 12.4 oz. — 387 grams

Ten Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Dessert Forks, François Sasseville, Quebec City, Que., mid-19th century length 6.7 in — 17 cm, 14.8 oz. — 460 grams

Thirteen Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Table Forks, François Sasseville, Quebec City, Que., mid-19th century length 8 in — 20.3 cm, 32.1 oz. — 997 grams

$250—350

$250—350

$600—800

$400—600


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Sixteen Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Dessert Spoons and Fi"een Dessert Forks, George Savage/George Savage & Son, Montreal, Que., mid-19th century 42.4 oz. — 1320 grams

Five Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Dessert Spoons and Six Tea Spoons, François Sasseville, Quebec City, Que., mid-19th century 11.6 oz. — 360 grams

$700—1,000

$200—300

Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Flatware, George Savage/George Savage & Son, Montreal, Que., mid-19th century comprising thirteen pieces: 3 table spoons, 8 tea spoons, sugar spoon and sauce ladle, largest length 8.8 in — 22.3 cm, 12.9 oz. — 401 grams $250—350

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Four Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Dessert Spoons and Four Dessert Forks, François Sasseville, Quebec City, Que., mid-19th century 11.9 oz. — 370 grams

Ten Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Dinner Forks, George Spanenberg, Kingston, Ont., mid-19th century 22.3 oz. — 695 grams

Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Flatware, François Sasseville, Quebec City, Que., mid -19th century comprising nine pieces: 5 tea spoons, 2 salt spoons, table spoon and sauce ladle, largest length 9.1 in — 23 cm, 9 oz. — 280 grams

Provenance: Family of the painter, Théophile Hamel and his wife, Georgina-Mathilde Faribault, by descent

$250—350

$350—500

$200—300


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Pair of Canadian Silver Dessert Spoons, Nelson Walker, Montreal, Que., c.1850 length 6.8 in — 17.2 cm, 2.4 oz. — 75 grams

Ten Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Table Forks, Louis Phillipe Boivin, Montreal, Que., c.1850 length 7.8 in — 19.7 cm, 22.2 oz. — 692 grams

Gibbard’s Map of Simcoe County, 1853 hand colour outlined linen backed map showing political boundries, roads and paths, railways, mills, statistics, and topographical details, in linen board slipcase, 34.5 x 24 in —87.6 x 61 cm

$75—150

$350—500

$80—120

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Five Volumes on the History of Simcoe County JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE 21ST SESSION OF THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF SIMCOE, A HISTORY OF SIMCOE COUNTRY (2 vols.), Historic Sites of Tay (Bullitin), ALL FOR A BEAVER HAT: A HISTORY OF EARLY SIMCOE COUNTY, 9.25 x 6.25 in — 23.5 x 15.9 cm

Two Volumes on Toronto History Henry Scadding TORONTO OF OLD Willing & Williamson, Toronto, 1878

Catharine Parr Traill THE CANADIAN CRUSOES: A TALE OF THE RICE LAKE PLAINS 12mo., edited by Agnes Strickland, with illustrated frontispiece, in ‘quilt’ embossed blue cloth boards with gilt decorated spine, with 1869 Elora County Grammar School presentation label to inside front cover, published by Crosby and Ainsworth, Boston, 1866, 7 x 5 in — 17.8 x 12.7 cm

$100—200

THE TORONTONIAN SOCIETY BLUE BOOK, 1946, 9 x 6.25 in — 22.9 x 15.9 cm $80—120

$100—150


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The History of the County of Brant, Ontario, 1883 4to., three quarter leather boards, 689pp., illustrated, Warner, Beers & Co., Toronto, 9.5 x 8 in — 24.1 x 20.3 cm

John Charles Dent (1841-1888) THE UPPER CANADIAN REBELLION 2 vols. 4to., published by C. Blacke! Robinson, Toronto, 1885, 9.5 x 7.9 in — 24.1 x 20 cm

Two Volumes on Canadian History Sir James E. Alexander, K.LS., & K.St. J.. L’ACADIE, or SEVEN YEARS’ EXPLORATIONS IN BRITISH AMERICA Henry Colburn, London, 1849

$200—300

Charles Pelham Mulvaney, A.M., M.D. THE HISTORY OF THE NORTH-WEST REBELLION OF 1885 Hovey & So., Toronto, 1885 7.7 x 5.25 in — 19.5 x 13.3 cm

$50—75

$80—120

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Topographical Engraving of Victoria, B.C., 1889 issued by Ellis & Co., publishers of ‘The Colonist’, in oak frame, 32 x 45.75 in — 81.3 x 116.2 cm

Paul Beau (Canadian, 1871-1941) Copper Mounted Brass Vase, Montreal, early 20th century the bulbous mouth tapering to spreading foot, with dovetailed seem, hammered surface and impressed encircled maker’s mark to base, Paul Beau & Co., Montreal, height 8 in — 20.4 cm

Paul Beau (Canadian, 1871-1941) Brass Vase, Montreal, early 20th century of inverted trumpet form with dovetailed seam, hammered surface, reed and ribbon mount and impressed encircled maker’s mark to base Paul Beau & Co. - Montreal, height 12.5 in —31.8 cm

$200—300

$150—250

$250—350


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Paul Beau (Canadian, 1871-1941) Wrought Iron and Brass Smoking Stand, Montreal, early 20th century the goose footed curvilinear two tier stand supporting a tray with ash reservoir above a cigare!e holder with twice struck encircled maker’s mark: Paul Beau & Co. - Montreal, height 27 in — 68.6 cm

Paul Beau (Canadian, 1871-1941) Copper Mounted Brass Vase, Montreal, early 20th century of inverted trumpet form with dovetailed seam, hammered surface and impressed encircled maker’s mark to base Paul Beau & Co., Montreal, height 8.7 in — 22 cm

Victorian Needlework Canadian Coat of Arms, c.1870 23.5 x 26 in — 59.7 x 66 cm

$300—500

$600—800

$200—300

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Mi’kmaq Porcupine Quillwork and Sweetgrass Birchbark Box, 19th century the side and top decorated over in traditional geometric polychromed pa!erns, 3.25 x 5 in —8.3 x 12.7 cm

Ceinture Flechée: Eastern Woodlands Finger Woven Arrow or Assomption Sash, fourth quarter, 19th century 77 x 8.5 in — 195.6 x 21.6 cm

$150—250

$500—700

Thomas Jefferys, (British, 1710-1771) A PLAN OF THE CITY AND FORTIFICATIONS OF LOUISBOURG FROM A SURVEY MADE BY RICHARD GRIDLY; A PLAN OF THE CITY AND HARBOURD OF LOUISBOURG, 1758 copper plate engraving, framed, 16 x 26 in —40.6 x 66 cm Provenance: Prominent Collection, Canada $300—500


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‘The Most Surprising Cataract of Niagara Canada’, a!er Father Hennepin and Peter Kalm, early 19th century hand coloured copper engraving on laid paper, sight 8 x 12 in — 20.3 x 30.5 cm

Victorian Province of Canada, Northumberland County Land Grant to Joseph Sapp, 1850 on parchment, framed, 16.5 x 18.5 in — 41.9 x 47 cm

Sir John Barrow (1764-1848) a!er Gilles Robert de Vaugondy (1688–1766) PART OF NORTH AMERICA CONTAINING CANADA, THE NORTH PARTS OF NEW ENGLAND AND NEW YORK; WITH NOVA SCOTIA AND NEWFOUND LAND, 1759 hand coloured engraved map of Eastern Canada with inset of the Great Lakes, framed, 8.3 x 11.6 in — 21 x 29.5 cm; 10.6 x 18.5 in — 27 x 47 cm

$150—250 $100—150

$100—150

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Cradock and Joy, Publishers MAP OF THE BRITISH SETTLEMENTS AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FROM THE COAST OF LABRADOR TO FLORIDA, 1813 hand coloured engraved map, framed, sight 15.75 x 15.25 in — 40 x 38.7 cm; 22.75 x 23 in —57.8 x 58.4 cm

Anthony Finley (c.1790-1840) CANADA hand coloured engraved map of Upper and Lower Canada, east to New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, published by A. Finley, Philadelphia, framed, sight 9.1 x 12.2 in — 23 x 31 cm; 39.5 x 47 in — 100.3 x 119.4 cm

The Canada Company CANADA, NEW BRUNSWICK AND NOVA SCOTIA, 1831 hand coloured lithographed map showing the great lakes to the east coast, sight 14 x 17 in —35.6 x 43.2 cm; 20 x 23 in — 50.8 x 58.4 cm $100—150

$100—150

$100—150


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Jacques Nicolas Bellin (1703–1772) CARTE DE LA BAYE DE HUDSON hand coloured engraved map of Hudson Bay and surrounding territories, sight 8.7 x 12.4 in — 22 x 31.5 cm; 15.7 x 18.9 in — 40 x 48 cm

Jacques Nicolas Bellin (1703–1772) SUITE DU COURS DU FLEUVE DE ST. LAURENT, DEPUIS QUEBEC JUSQU’AU LAC ONTARIO hand coloured engraved map of the St. Lawrence River from Lake Ontario to Quebec City, sight 8.25 x 11.75 in — 21 x 29.8 cm; 14 x 17.3 in — 35.5 x 44 cm

Alfred Hawkins (1792-1854) THREE VIEWS OF THE CITADELLE OF QUEBEC, 1834 Dalhousie Gatehouse, Hope Gate and Palace Gate, each a hand coloured lithograph from ‘Hawkins’s Picture of Quebec with Historical Recollections’, framed, sight (each) 3.5 x 5.3 in — 9 x 13.5 cm; 9.25 x 10.5 in — 23.5 x 26.7 cm

$100—150

$100—150

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George Henry Millar (18th century) A VIEW OF QUEBEC THE CAPITOL OF CANADA, IN NORTH AMERICA, 1782 hand coloured copper plate engraving of Quebec City seen from the St. Lawrence, ‘Engraved for Millar’s New Compete & Universal System of Geography’, sight 8.7 x 11.8 in — 22 x 30 cm; 13.4 x 16.9 in — 34 x 43 cm

William Lane CAPT. PARRY'S DISCOVERIES IN THE POLAR REGIONS, 1819-1820 laid paper broadsheet with circular le!erpress title, two hand coloured engraved maps, the map of Lancaster Sound with over-pasted eastern section, the lower portion with extensive descriptive text, ‘Printed for and Published by, Robert Blachford & Co., London’, sheet 27.4 x 19.5 in — 69.5 x 49.5 cm; 93 x 72.5 in— 236.2 x 184.2 cm

Samuel Holland (1728-1801) A NEW MAP OF THE PROVINCE OF LOWER CANADA, 1813 steel plate engraving ‘Describing all the Seigneuries, Townships, Grants of Land, &c., April 12th 1813, framed, 26.5 x 37.5 in — 67.3 x 95.3 cm; 29.5 x 40.5 in — 74.9 x 102.9 cm

$100—150

$100—150

$1,000—1,500

$300—400


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David William Smyth (1764-1837) A MAP OF THE PROVINCE OF UPPER CANADA, 1818 steel plate engraving ‘describing all the New Se!lements, Towns, Second Edition 1818, framed, sight 22.4 x 34.3 in — 57 x 87 cm; 30.7 x 42.1 in — 78 x 107 cm

William Woolle! a"er Benjamen West THE DEATH OF GENERAL WOLFE 19th century hand coloured engraving, framed, sight 18.5 x 24 in — 47 x 61 cm; 28 x 33 in — 71.1 x 83.8 cm

19TH CENTURY CANADIAN SCHOOL (POSSIBLY ISAAC WELD) UNITITLED watercolour 7 ins x 9.5 ins; 17.8 cms x 24.1 cms

$200—300

Provenance: Private Collection, Bracebridge, ON

$300—400

$300–400

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Canadian Silver Earl and Countess of Minto Presentation Teapot, Henry Birks & Sons, Montreal, Que., 1899 inscribed “Presented to W. Campbell by their Excellencies The Earl and Countess of Minto [...] Christmas, 1899”, height 6.5 in — 16.5 cm, 11.8 oz. — 368 grams

Canadian Silver Engraved Reliquary Cross, Ambroise LaFrance, Quebec City, Que., late 19th century height 2.8 in — 7 cm, 1.6 oz. — 51 grams

Canadian Silver Engraved Reliquary Cross, Pierre Lespérance, Quebec City, Que., c.1875 height 2.8 in — 7 cm, 1.6 oz. — 50 grams

$150—250

$150—250

$200—300


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Canadian Silver Sacred Heart Reliquary, Robert Hendery, Montreal, Que., late 19th century, together with a Trade Silver Brooch, mark of Thomas Powis reliquary height 2.8 in — 7 cm, 0.9 oz. — 27 grams

Canadian Silver Mug, Hendery & Leslie, Montreal, Que., late 19th century height 3.3 in — 8.5 cm, 4.4 oz. — 137 grams

Canadian Silver Punch Ladle, Toronto, Ont., c.1860 length 12 in — 30.4 cm, 4.7 oz. — 147 grams, maker’s mark B.G

$200—300

$100—200

Literature: Langdon, John, Canadian Silversmiths 1700 -1900, p.79 (unascribed) $100—200

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Eight Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Tea Spoons, Savage & Lyman, Montreal, Que., c.1867-78 length 5.7 in — 14.6 cm, 5.4 oz. — 167 grams

Twenty-One Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Tea Spoons, Quebec City & Montreal, Que., 19th century makers include: Laurent Amiot (1), Salomon Marion (9), John Wood & Son (6), Nathaniel Starnes (5), 11.8 oz. — 368 grams

Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Flatware, Quebec and Ontario makers, 19th century comprising twelve pieces: 3 table spoons, 5 dessert spoons, 2 salt spoons, sauce ladle and a mustard spoon, 15.6 oz. — 485 grams

$100—200

$250—350

$250—350


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Seven Canadian Silver Fiddle and Old English Pa!ern Dinner Forks, various makers, 19th century approx. length 8.3 in — 21 cm, 15 oz. — 465 grams, makers include: Nelson Walker, Montreal; James Melick, New Brunswick; Andrew Lauder, Belleville; Joseph Normandeau, Montreal; L.L. Moore (probably American)

Six Canadian Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Tea Spoons, various Quebec makers, 19th century 3.2 oz. — 99 grams, makers include: Nelson Walker, George Savage & Son and François Sasseville

Six Canadian Silver Tea Spoons, William Norris Venning, Saint John, N.B., mid-19th century 3.2 oz. — 101 grams $75—150

$75—150

$250—350

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Six Canadian Silver Salt Spoons, various makers, 19th century 2.1 oz. — 65 grams, identified makers include Savage & Son, Montreal, Adam Ross, Halifax and John Wood & Son, Montreal

Canadian Silver Duke of Cornwall’s Own Rifles 43rd Regiment Marksmanship Trophy Spoon, 1902 fiddle pa!ern, the terminal engraved ‘43RD / DCOR / POSSIBLE / 500 YDs. / WON BY / Pte. C.S. Sco! / 11/10/02 / Ha!ie’, length 7.2 in — 18.4 cm, 1.4 oz. — 45 grams, makers Abraham Rosenthal, Toronto, Ont.

Sir John A. Macdonald Group, 19th and 20th centuries including a Victorian ironstone portrait plate and lithograph and a cast composite head signed Hauka Boos and dated 1982, frame 21.25 x 17 in — 54 x 43.2 cm

$75—150

$75—150

$80—120


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From the Library of Sir Wilfrid Laurier: NEW ZEALAND, FINANCIAL STATEMENT, 1897, BY THE RIGHT HON. RICHARD JOHN SEDDON, COLONIAL TREASURER folio, full red leather with gilt title and named to Rt. Hon. Sir W. Laurier, G.C.M.G., frontispiece signed ‘With compliments of R.J. Seddon’, John MacKay, Government Printer, Wellington, 1897, 13 x 8.5 in — 33 x 21.5 cm

From the Library of Sir Wilfrid Laurier: SAINT PAUL, BY ERNEST RENAN 8vo., quarter leather bound with marble boards, Laurier signed frontispiece, Anceinne Maison Michel Lévy Fréres, Paris, 1883, 8.75 x 5.5 in — 22.2 x 14 cm

From the Library of Sir Wilfrid Laurier: MEMORIES OF CANADA AND SCOTLAND, BY THE RIGHT HON. THE MARQUIS OF LORNE 12mo., in tooled olive cloth boards with gilt titled spine and Laurier signed frontispiece, Dawson Brothers, Montreal, Publishers, 1884, 7.5 x 5.25 in — 19.1 x 13.3 cm

Provenance: Estate of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, O!awa, thence by descent through the family

Provenance: Estate of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, O!awa, thence by descent through the family $100—200

Provenance: Estate of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, O!awa, thence by descent through the family $100—150

$200—300

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From the Library of Sir Wilfrid Laurier: HISTORY OF THE WAR IN THE PENINSULA AND IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE FROM THE YEAR 1807 TO THE YEAR 1814, BY MAJOR-GENERAL SIR W.F.P. NAPIER, K.C. B., 6 volumes, 12mo., in oxblood cloth boards and gilt titled spin, each with Laurier signed frontispiece, Frederick Warne and Co., London and New York, 1890, 7.7 x 5.5 in — 19.6 x 14 cm

From the Library of Sir Wilfrid Laurier: OEUVRES DE BOILEAU DESPRÉAUX, 1832 2 volumes, 8vo., each with Laurier’s book plate, half bound in vellum with marble boards and gilt tooled spine, Chez Treu!el et Würtz, Paris, 1832, 8.25 x 5.25 in — 21 x 13.3 cm

From the Library of Sir Wilfrid Laurier: TRIBUTE BOOK TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE SIR WILFRID LAURIER FROM THE HAMILTON LIBERAL ASSOCIATION, 1906 folio, full red leather gilt tooled boards, with illuminated presentation title page, signed by seven members of the Hamilton Liberal Association, February 21st, 1906, 30 x 24 in —76.2 x 61 cm

Provenance: Estate of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, O!awa, thence by descent through the family.

$200—300

$300—400

Provenance: Estate of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, O!awa, thence by descent through the family

Provenance: Estate of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, O!awa, thence by descent through the family $300—500


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Edward James Lennox (1854-1933) SET OF PLANS FOR A ‘MANSION FOR SIR H.M. PELLATT, WELL’S HILL, TORONTO,’ (CASA LOMA) 1909-1913 nine ‘Pellet prints’ on linen dra!ing paper, including four elevations, basement, first, second and third floor plans, and ‘Block Plan Showing Terrace’, 28.75 x 41 in — 73 x 104.1 cm

William Daniel Blatchly (Canadian, 1838-1903) BATTLE OF FISH CREEK; BATTLE OF CUT KNIFE CREEK; THE CAPTURE OF BATOCHE three colour lithographs published by The Grip Printing and Publishing Co., Toronto, framed, 28.3 x 33.9 in — 72 x 86 cm

Alexander W. Galbraith and William James THE GREAT FIRE OF TORONTO, APRIL 19TH AND 20TH, 1904 two views, one before, the second a!er the fire, each a photographic reproduction of a view of Bay Street looking north from Front Street, each framed, 30.7 x 37.2 in — 78 x 94.5 cm

$1,000—1,500

$300—400

$100—200

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Collingwood Shipbuilding Company Photograph Album, 1915/16 leatherbound, with tooled cover, 9.3 x 12.5 in —23.7 x 31.8 cm

Lord Strathcona’s Horse [Royal Canadians] Buffalo Coat and Guantlets, c.1911 with leather bu"on straps, and Canadian military brass bu"ons signed J.R. Gaunt & Sons Ltd., London, height 45 in — 114.3 cm

Two Commemorative Plates: Sir John A. Macdonald and Sir Wilfrid Laurier, 19th/early 20th century largest diameter 11 in — 27.9 cm

$150—250

$100—150 $500—700


103

104

105

Arthur Pequegnat ‘Sherbrooke’ Model Mahogany Mantle Clock, early 20th century 11 x 17.25 in — 27.9 x 43.8 cm

Trooper Chas. A. Cadden, Canadian Expeditionary Forces, Portrait with Reverse Painting on Glass Ma!, 1916 25.5 x 21.5 in — 64.8 x 54.6 cm

Photograph Album Relating to Quebec House, Childhood Home of General James Wolfe in Kent, 1914 inside cover with calling card inscribed to: The Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier with the compliments of Joseph B. Learmont, Montreal, Jan. 19, 1914, 21 images, many titled in Laurier’s hand, 9.5 x 12.5 in — 24.1 x 31.8 cm

$200—300

$100—150

Provenance: Estate of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, O!awa, thence by descent through the family $200—300

106

107

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Canadian World War I Propoganda Poster, c. 1915 THEY SERVE FRANCE; HOW CAN I SERVE CANADA? BUY VICTORY BONDS framed, 35.25 x 24 in — 89.5 x 61 cm

Canadian World War I Propaganda Poster, c.1917 DOING MY BIT FOUR YEARS - DO YOURS BUY VICTORY BONDS framed, 36 x 24 in — 91.4 x 61 cm

Wallis Gimson & Co. Green Printed Earthenware Oblong Pla!er, c.1884-90 with views of the Parliament Buildings, O!awa and Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal, 12.5 x 15.7 in — 32 x 40 cm, printed beehive mark, THE WORLD and Rd. No. 7624 in green

$100—150

$100—150

$200—300


109

110

111

The Canadian Parliament Buildings Destroyed by Fire, February 3rd, 1916 composite photographic print with text, ‘Copyright Canada, 1916, by the Montreal Standard Publishing Company, Limited’, in contemporary frame, 20.5 x 42 in — 52.1 x 106.7 cm

Set of Glass Slides Depicting Stages of the Construction of the Parliament Buildings and Peace Tower, O!awa, 1916-1920 seven ‘Gavaert Lantern Plates’, in original box, plates 3.25 x 4 in — 8.3 x 10.2 cm

Full Relief Plaque of the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower, O!awa, c.1922 painted plaster signed with quill and ink by John A. Pearson (architect) and W.W.W., Sculpt. in the mould, and incised signature W. W. Weeks, Copyright 23385, verso, 14.1 x 9.25 in— 35.8 x 23.5 cm

$100—150

$200—300

112

$600—800

PART LOT

Extensive Archive of Material Relating to William Lyon Mackenzie King (1874-1950) and Family including approximately 75 hand wri!en and typed signed le!ers and notes on ‘Laurier House’ and ‘Office of the Prime Minister’ stationary, telegraphs, books, many inscribed, family photographs and a two piece cashmere & wool monogrammed undergarment Provenance: Estates of Arthur Mackenzie King and Dougal Mcdougall King $3,000—5,000

113

PART LOT

Two Press Photographs of William Lyon Mackenzie King, mid 20th century the first with King George VI at the Imperial Conference, Buckingham Palace, May 11, 1937, the second with Winston Churchill at number 10 Downing Street, August 21, 1941, with (Toronto) Star Newspaper Service copyright stamp, verso, largest 8.5 x 6.5 in — 21.6 x 16.5 cm $200—300

114 Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002) WILLIAM LYON MACKENZIE KING gelatin silver print, signed lower le#, with studio stamp and numbered 15, verso, in studio folder, 13.2 x 10.2 in — 33.5 x 26 cm, impressed marks including facsimile signature and Royal Warrant, Provenance: Estate of William Lyon Mackenzie King, O!awa, thence by descent through the family to the current owner. $300—500


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Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002) WILLIAM LYON MACKENZIE KING WITH PAT I gelatin silver print, signed lower le!, with inscription: ‘To dear Arthur: “A Souvenir of Kingsmere” with love and all good wishes, from Uncle Willie, New Years Eve, 1942’, in studio folder, 9.5 x 7.25 in — 24.1 x 18.4 cm

Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002) WILLIAM LYON MACKENZIE KING gelatin silver print, signed lower le!, with inscription: ‘To Arthur King with love from his uncle, W.L. Mackenzie King, O"awa, Christmas, 1942’, in easel frame, 6.3 x 8.7 in — 16 x 22 cm

Grenfell Labrador Industries Hooked Mat Depicting a Puffin, c.1930 with label verso, 12 x 10 in — 30.5 x 25.4 cm

$300—400

$100—150

$200—300

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120

Grenfell Labrador Industries Hooked Mat Map of Newfoundland, c.1930 framed, 24 x 20 in — 61 x 50.8 cm

Georgian Bay Golf Club Colonel John Alister Currie Challenge Cup, 1923 silver plate, on turned walnut and ebonized base, accompanied by autographed portrait post card of Col. Currie, height 19.7 in — 50 cm

Sir John and Lady Eaton Bassinet Linens, early 20th century comprising four coverlets and three small sheets, each with lace decoration with beaver coat of arms and mo"o, 45 x 28 in — 114.3 x 71.1 cm

$200—300

$200—300

$200—300


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123

Lady Flora McCrea Eaton Irish Table Linens, mid 20th century comprising a table cloth and 14 monogrammed napkins, 156 x 84 in — 396.2 x 213.4 cm; 27 x 27 in — 68.6 x 68.6 cm

Sir John and Lady Eaton Family Irish Bed Linens, early/mid 20th century comprising five sheets and two pillow shams all with lace trim and Beaver coat of arms with mo!o, 136 x 88 in — 345.4 x 223.5 cm

Ten Lady Flora McCrea Eaton Luncheon Napkins, mid 20th century each of damask Irish linen with embroidered monogram FME, 24 x 24 in — 61 x 61 cm

$200—300

$200—300

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126

Ten Lady Flora McCrea Eaton Luncheon Napkins, mid 20th century each of damask Irish linen with embroidered monogram FME, 24 x 24 in — 61 x 61 cm

Canadian Silver Water Jug, Henry Birks & Sons, Montreal, Que., 1935 height 4.1 in — 10.5 cm, 11.6 oz. — 361 grams

Pair of Canadian Silver Candlesticks, Carl Poul Petersen, Montreal, Que., mid-20th century height 5.2 in — 13.2 cm, 8.8 oz. — 275 grams

$100—150

$200—300

$100—150

$350—500


127

128

129

Approximately 45 Canadian Tourism Photographs, c.1925-1930 gelatin silver prints, many stamped for Canadian Pacific Railway and of Quebec, Northern Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia

Four Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec, Figural Carvings, c. 1940 including an elderly couple by André Bourgault (1898-1957), a man with walking stick Carl Johan Trygg (1879-1954) or son, and a seated woman by Rosaire Audet (1919-1947), tallest height 5.75 in — 14.6 cm

YOSEF GERTRUDIS DRENTERS, R.C.A. MOTHER AND CHILD WITH BIRD burnt wood and metal excluding base 15.75 ins x 5 ins; 40 cms x 12.7 cms

$200—300

$150—250

Provenance: Dorothy Cameron Gallery, Toronto Private Collection $125–175

130

131

132

BLANCHE BOLDUC SCÈNE RURALE DU QUÉBEC oil on masonite signed and dated ‘73 16 ins x 24 ins; 40.6 cms x 61 cms

CÉCILE EMOND LA CUEILLETTE DES ÈGLANTINE oil on panel signed and dated ‘82; titled on reverse 10 ins x 12 ins; 25.4 cms x 30.5 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal

Provenance: Galerie Dominion, Montreal Private Collection, Montreal

NORMAND HUDON WINTER SCENE WITH SCHOOL CHILDREN oil and acrylic on masonite signed and dated ‘93; indistinctly titled on the reverse 16 ins x 12 ins; 40 cms x 29.8 cms

Exhibited: For full exhibition history, see note on reverse. $800–1,000

$300–400

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal $3,000–5,000


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134

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MAUD LEWIS SCHOOLHOUSE, WINTER oil on board signed 11 ins x 14 ins; 27.9 cms x 35.6 cms

JOSEPH SLEEP TEEPEE mixed media on masonite signed 24 ins x 24 ins; 27.9 cms x 27.9 cms

JOSEPH SLEEP LAND, SEA AND WATER mixed media on masonite signed 24 ins x 24 ins; 27.9 cms x 27.9 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Manuge Galleries, Halifax Private Collection, Montreal

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal

$6,000–8,000

$800–1,200

$800–1,200

136

137

138

CÉCILE EMOND GOUTER DANS UN VERGER oil on masonite signed and dated ‘82; titled on reverse 18 ins x 24 ins; 45.7 cms x 61 cms

Ontario Department of Lands and Forests Crown Game Preserve No Hunting Sign, mid 20th century enamelled metal, 11.8 x 11.8 in — 30 x 30 cm

Leo Mol Porcelain Figure of a Duck Hunter, 1953 height 10 in — 25.5 cm, painted signature Mol / Leo 53 / WINNIPEG / CANADA in blue

$80—120

$500—700

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal $600–800


139

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141

Leo Mol Porcelain Figure of a Skier, 1953 minor glaze chip, height 10.1 in — 25.7 cm, painted signature Mol / Leo 53 / WINNIPEG / CANADA in blue

Two Deichmann Po!ery Mugs, mid-20th century largest height 5.2 in — 13.3 cm, incised monograms, NB and Deichmann

Two Deichmann Po!ery Candlesticks, mid -20th century repaired handle, height 4.3 in — 11 cm, incised monograms and NB, one also incised Deichmann

$500—700

$100—200

142

143

144

Deichmann Small Plate and Vase, mid-20th century minor crack, plate diameter 5.1 in — 13 cm, incised monograms, NB and Deichmann

Two Deichmann Mo!led Blue and Green Glazed Jugs, mid-20th century largest height 4.2 in — 10.7 cm, incised monograms, NB and Deichmannimpressed Burslem marks,

Deichmann Stoneware Covered Jar, mid-20th century height 3.9 in — 10 cm, diameter 5.3 in — 13.5 cm, incised monogram, NB and Deichmann

$75—150

$100—200

$75—150

$100—200


145

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147

Canadian Silver Rectangular Bread Tray, Carl Poul Petersen, Montreal, Que., c.1955 with board, 9.6 x 15.9 in — 24.5 x 40.5 cm, 24.8 oz. — 770 grams

Canadian Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Henry Birks & Sons, Montreal, Que., 1958/59 comprising five pieces, together with a ‘Regency’ silver plated serving tray, length 27.2 in — 69 cm, 93.1 oz. — 2895 grams

Canadian Silver Covered Porringer, Ross Morrow, Toronto, Ont., 1998 width 12 in — 30.5 cm, 30.7 oz. — 955 grams

$350—500

$700—1,000

$1,500—2,000

148

149

150

Kumar Padmanabha Sivasankara Menon (1898-1982) Le"er and Poem, July 17, 1950 the le!er signed K.P.S. and addressed to Frank K. Roberts, Deputy High Commissioner to India for the U.K., typed on Indian Ministry of External Affairs le!erhead with typed poem penned by Canadian Diplomat Warwick Chipman, Canadian Secretary of State for External Affairs Lester B. Pearson and India’s first foreign secretary and the le!er’s author, K.P.S. Menon, le!er 8.5 x 6.75 in — 21.6 x 17.1 cm

Archive of Le"ers, Telegrams, Correspondence and Clippings Relating to the Appointment of Judge Walter M. Martin to the Bench, 1967 approximately 175 notes, le!ers and telegrams of congratulations including Lester B. (Mike) Pearson (on Premier’s Office le!erhead), Paul Joseph James Martin, John Hollings Addison, Robert Winters, Lawrence Pennell, Thomas D’Arcy Leonard, and other notable politicians, judges, lawyers, businessmen and citizens

Facsimile of Elizabeth II Proclamation of the Canadian Constitution Act, 1982

$100—150

$1,000—1,500

$80—120


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153

WILLIAM GOODRIDGE ROBERTS, R.C.A LANDSCAPE NEAR CALUMET, QUEBEC oil on masonite signed 16 ins x 20 ins; 40.6 cms x 50.8 cms

RANDOLPH STANLEY HEWTON, R.C.A. FARMER PLOUGHING FIELDS oil on canvas 20 ins x 24 ins; 49.5 cms x 60.3 cms

SIDNEY CHARLES MOONEY GEORGIAN BAY FROM BLUE MOUNTAIN oil on panel signed; titled on the reverse 11 ins x 14 ins; 27.9 cms x 35.6 cms

Provenance: Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, Montreal Private Collection, Montreal

Provenance: Estate of the artist $4,000–5,000

$2,500–3,000

Provenance: Private Collection, O"awa $600–800

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156

HENRI LEOPOLD MASSON, R.C.A. AUTUMN TREES oil on board signed 20 ins x 16 ins; 50.8 cms x 40.6 cms

JOACHIM GEORGE GAUTHIER, O.S.A., R.C.A. HERMIT’S SHACK, BAPTISTE LAKE, 1953 watercolour on paper, laid down on card signed; titled and dated on the reverse 11.5 ins x 15.75 ins; 29.2 cms x 40 cms

Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002) PIERRE ELLIOT TRUDEAU gelatin silver print, signed lower le#, inscribed and signed ‘To Miss Brenda Quinn, with best wishes P.E. Trudeau’, framed, sight 8.75 x 6.5 in — 22.2 x 16.5 cm; 20.5 x 16.75 in — 52.1 x 42.5 cm

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto

$500—700

Provenance: Wallack Galleries, O"awa Galerie Michel-Ange, Montreal/Quebec Kinsman Robinson Galleries, Toronto Private Collection, O"awa $1,800–2,200

$600–800


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159

Dora De Pédery-Hunt (Canadian, 1913-2008) and Elizabeth Frey [BOOK] MEDALS 8vo., 1st edition, autographed, white linen boards in velvet wrap with inset bronze portrait medal of the artist, published by Canadian Stage and Arts, 1974, 9 x 8 in — 22.9 x 20.3 cm

Dora de Pedery-Hunt (Canadian, 1913-2002) THEODORE HERZL patinated bronze medallion, signed verso, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the First Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland, height 4 in — 10.2 cm

Dora de Pedery-Hunt (Canadian, 1913-2002) THE DEAN SYMONS MEDAL, DEVONSHIRE HOUSE patinated bronze University of Toronto commemorative medallion, diameter 4.4 in — 11.2 cm

$100—150

$100—150

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162

Dora de Pedery-Hunt (Canadian, 1913-2002) PRESIDENT SYMONS MEDAL patinated bronze commemorative Trent University medallion, diameter 3.8 in — 9.6 cm

Nison Alexander Tregor (Lithuanian/Canadian), 1904-1972) SIR WILLIAM MULOCK painted plaster bust

Siegfried (Siggy) Puchta (German/Canadian, b.1933) PERCHED EAGLE patinated bronze, signed, on stone base, height 4.2 in — 10.7 cm

Provenance: Gi!ed to the Art Gallery of Ontario by Mrs. Howard Burnham, September 16, 1957, inventory no. 57/3 Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO.

$100—150

$100—150

$100—150

$800—1,200


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Siegfried (Siggy) Puchta (German/Canadian, b.1933) MOUNTAIN GOAT patinated bronze, signed, on stone base, height 4 in — 10.2 cm

Doug Watson (Canadian, b.1955) RUNNING BULL MOOSE, 1982 patinated bronze, signed and numbered 10/20, on walnut base, height 13 in — 33 cm

Siegfried (Siggy) Puchta (German/Canadian, b.1933) STANDING BULL MOOSE patinated bronze, signed, on marble base with artist’s label, numbered 5/500, height 4.7 in —12 cm

$100—150

$300—400

$100—150

166

167

168

BILL HENDERSON EAGLE PADDLE acrylic on carved wood signed and titled 61 ins x 8 ins; 154.9 cms x 20.3 cms

BILL HENDERSON KILLER WHALE PADDLE acrylic on carved wood signed and titled 61 ins x 8 ins; 154.9 cms x 20.3 cms

JOANE CARDINAL-SCHUBERT HORSE TALISMAN mixed media on paper signed 29 ins x 41 ins; 73.7 cms x 104.1 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, Stouffville

Provenance: Private Collection, Stouffville

Provenance: Masters Gallery Ltd., Calgary Private Collection, Oshawa, ON

$1,200–1,500

$1,200–1,500

$500–700


PART LOT

169

170

171

CARL RAY THE CALL OF AJI-TA-MOO ink and acrylic on paper signed and dated /73 Sight 14 ins x 19 ins; 35.6 cms x 48.3 cms

Two Canadian WWII Propaganda Posters, c.1943 including ‘Keep Them Both Flying! - Speed is Vital’, 30 x 20 in — 76.2 x 50.8 cm

Expo ‘67 Poster, 1967 IMAGES DE L‘HOMME / MAN THE CREATOR 34 x 22 in — 86.4 x 55.9 cm

Provenance: Aggregation Gallery, Toronto Private Collection, Whitby

$150—250

$100—150

172

173

174

Pierre Elliot Trudeau Campaign Poster, 1968 CANADA ONE COUNTRY/CANADA UN PAYS with ©1968 Pop Posters Ltd, Toronto, lower right, 28 x 22 in — 71.1 x 55.9 cm

Trans Continental Pop Festival (Festival Express) Poster, 1970 design by Ken Walker, art by John Hayward Lown, 22.2 x 17.2 in — 56.4 x 43.7 cm

JOSEPH FRANCIS PLASKETT, R.C.A. WINTER LANDSCAPE pastel on paper signed and dated 1977 18.5 ins x 24 ins; 47 cms x 61 cms

$200—300

Provenance: Wallack Galleries, O!awa Private Collection, O!awa

$1,000–1,500

$100—150

$600–800


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177

CAROL GEORGE WHITE CAPS mixed media on panel signed; also signed, titled and dated ‘Aug 1996’ on the reverse 12 ins x 12 ins; 30.5 cms x 30.5 cms

ROBERT FRANCIS MICHAEL MCINNIS THE ROAD DOWN - SKUNK HOLLOW, EDMONTON oil on canvas signed and dated 1986; also signed, titled and dated ”1-10-12-86” on the reverse 36 ins x 36 ins; 91.4 cms x 91.4 cms

ANNE MEREDITH BARRY, O.S.A., R.C.A. HANGING VALLEY, GROS MORNE mixed media and watercolour signed and dated 1989 9.5 ins x 13 ins; 33 cms x 21.6 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal $300–500

Provenance: Private Collection, O!awa $1,500–2,000

Provenance: Gallery One, Toronto Private Collection, Montreal $500–700

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GEORGE FRANKLIN ARBUCKLE, O.S.A., P.R.C.A. EDGE OF THE APPENNINO - WINTER oil on masonite signed; also signed, titled and dated “Feb ‘71” on the reverse 12 ins x 16 ins; 30.5 cms x 40.6 cms

THOMAS KEITH ROBERTS, O.S.A., R.C.A THE MAPLE BUSH oil on masonite signed; also signed and titled on the reverse 12 ins x 18 ins; 30.5 cms x 45.7 cms

Brooklin Po!ery ‘O Canada’ Jug, Theo and Susan Harlander, c.1967 height 7 in — 17.8 cm

Provenance: Private Collection, O!awa $800–1,200

Provenance: Wallack Galleries, O!awa Private Collection, O!awa $700–900

$200—300


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183

Brooklin Po!ery Double Necked Vase, Theo and Susan Harlander, c.1960 height 27.1 in — 68.8 cm, moulded oval studio mark, incised T. + S. HARLANDER . BROOKLIN . ONT.

Brooklin Po!ery Large Jug, Theo and Susan Harlander, c.1968 height 20.1 in — 51 cm, moulded oval studio mark, incised T. + S. HARLANDER . BROOKLIN . ONTARIO .

Provenance: Patrick Johnson Collection, Toronto Waddington’s, Toronto, December 11th, 2013, lot 167 Murray and Margaret Leslie Collection, Calgary

Provenance: Patrick Johnson Collection, Toronto Waddington’s, Toronto, Dec. 11, 2013, lot 151 Murray and Margaret Leslie Collection, Calgary

Brooklin Po!ery Triple Vase Form ThreeLight Candelabrum, Theo and Susan Harlander, c.1970 height 23.8 in — 60.5 cm, moulded oval studio seal mark, incised T.+S. / HARLANDER / BROOKLIN / ONTARIO

$300—500

Exhibited: The Station Gallery, Whitby, 1995

Provenance: Patrick Johnson Collection, Toronto

$400—600

$600—800

184

185

186

Brooklin Po!ery Tile Framed Mirror, Susan and Ben Harlander, c.1970 overall 30.6 x 30.6 in — 77.8 x 77.8 cm, incised SH monogram

Brooklin Po!ery Lamp Base, Theo and Susan Harlander, c.1975 height 15.7 in — 40 cm, moulded oval studio seal mark, incised T+S HARLANDER . BROOKLIN . ONT . CANADA.

Brooklin Po!ery Vase, Theo and Susan Harlander, dated 1978 inscribed LINDA . JILL . RANDALL . SEPTEMBER . 30 . 1978, height 5.9 in — 14.9 cm, moulded oval studio mark, incised T. + S. HARLANDER . BROOKLIN . ONT.

Provenance: Patrick Johnson Collection, Toronto

$75—150

Provenance: Patrick Johnson Collection, Toronto $300—400

$250—350


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Brooklin Po!ery Vase, Theo and Susan Harlander, c.1980 height 12.7 in — 32.2 cm, moulded oval studio mark, incised T. + S. HARLANDER . BROOKLIN . ONT . CANADA

Brooklin Po!ery Charger, Theo and Susan Harlander, c.1975-80 diameter 17.3 in — 44 cm, moulded oval studio mark, incised T. + S. HARLANDER . BROOKLIN . ONTARIO . CANADA

Brooklin Po!ery Seated Cat, Theo Harlander, c.1980 height 16.3 in — 41.3 cm, moulded oval studio mark, incised TH monogram

Provenance: Patrick Johnson Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Patrick Johnson Collection, Toronto

$350—500

$350—500

190

191

192

CONRAD FUREY OARSMEN acrylic on canvas signed; also signed and titled on reverse 10 ins x 12 ins; 25.4 cms x 30.5 cms

DAVID A. THAUBERGER, R.C.A. UNTITLED (WHITE CHURCH) acrylic on canvas signed, titled and dated “Sept 1988” on the reverse 43 ins x 56.25 ins; 109.2 cms x 142.9 cms

MARIE CECILE BOUCHARD NATURE SOMBRE À LA VALISE oil on masonite signed; also signed, titled and dated “Février 1992” on a label on the reverse 16 ins x 20 ins; 40.6 cms x 50.8 cms

Provenance: Nissan Canada

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal

$5,000–7,000

$800–1,000

Provenance: Emma Butler Gallery, St. John’s, NFLD $400–600

Provenance: Patrick Johnson Collection, Toronto $600—800


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DAVID A. THAUBERGER, R.C.A. ED AUSTIN COTTAGES, 1984 mixed media on paper signed, titled and dated ‘84 in pencil in the lower margin 14.5 ins x 22 ins; 106.7 cms x 165.1 cms

MARIE-CECILE BOUCHARD MAISON DE PIERRE ET VOITURE BLEU oil on board signed 19 ins x 24 ins; 48.3 cms x 61 cms

CONRAD FUREY WATERFRONT PROPERTY (RESETTLEMENT SERIES) oil on masonite titled on the reverse 16 ins x 20 ins; 40.6 cms x 50.8 cms

Provenance: Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK Private Collection, Montreal

Provenance: Dominion Gallery, Montreal Zwicker’s Gallery, Nova Scotia Private Collection, Montreal

$800–1,200

$900–1,200

$500–700

196

197

198

CONRAD FUREY OARSMEN oil on canvas signed; also signed and titled on the stretcher 16 ins x 20 ins; 40.6 cms x 50.8 cms

Ian Symons (Canadian, b.1959) Octagonal Pla!er, 1982 length 20.9 in — 53 cm, incised marks IAN / SYM / ONS and dated 1982

Ian Symons (Canadian, b.1959) Oval Pla!er, 1981 length 17 in — 43.2 cm, incised marks IAN / SYMONS and dated 1981

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto

$150—250

$100—200

Provenance: Emma Butler Gallery, St. John’s, NFLD Private Collection, Montreal $500–700

Provenance: The Gallery Fine Art, St. John’s, NFLD Private Collection, Montreal


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200

201

Ian Symons (Canadian, b.1959) Oval Pla!er, 1981 length 17.1 in — 43.5 cm, painted marks IAN / SYM / ONS and dated 1981

Ian Symons (Canadian, b.1959) Vase, Small Bowl and Plate, c.1985-86 vase height 8.5 in — 21.5 cm, incised and painted marks

Ian Symons (Canadian, b.1959) Three Bowls, 1982-85 largest diameter 8.3 in — 21 cm, incised and painted marks and dates

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto

$150—250

$100—200

$100—200

202

203

204

Ian Symons (Canadian, b.1959) Pierced Yellow Centrepiece Dish, 1985 minor crack, length 15 in — 38 cm, painted marks IAN / SYM / ONS and dated ‘85

JOHN MACGREGOR UNTITLED tapestry signed, dated ‘76 and numbered 7/25 80 ins x 60 ins; 203.2 cms x 152.4 cms

CÉCILE EMOND VASE ROUGE oil on masonite signed and dated ‘81 10 ins x 8 ins; 25.4 cms x 20.3 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, Waterloo

Provenance: Galerie Dominion, Montreal Private Collection, Montreal

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto $75—150

$1,500–2,000

$300–400


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ALLEN SAPP KIDS PLAYING HOCKEY GAME, MEN WARMING UP acrylic on canvas signed; titled on the stretcher 18 ins x 24 ins; 45.7 cms x 61 cms

YEHUDA CHAKI SUNDAY AFTERNOON oil on canvas signed and dated ‘67; also signed, titled and inscribed “Montreal 1967” on the reverse 24 ins x 36 ins; 61 cms x 91.4 cms

MARY F.W. PRATT, R.C.A. JELLY colour lithograph signed, dated ‘78 and numbered 14/43 in pencil 13.75 ins x 15 ins; 34.9 cms x 38.1 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, BC

Provenance: Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto Private Collection, Toronto

$2,500–3,000

Provenance: Private Collection, Ontario $1,000–1,500

$2,000–3,000

208

209

210

MARY PAVEY, O.S.A., R.C.A. THE RED VASE oil on canvas signed; also signed, titled and dated 2002 on the reverse 48 ins x 38 ins; 121.9 cms x 96.5 cms

Ian Symons (Canadian, b.1959) and Karin Pavey (Canadian, b. 1958) Collaboration Covered Wall Pocket, 1985 height 8.5 in — 21.5 cm, incised marks AN IAN SYMONS AND KARIN PAVEY COLLABORATION, dated 1985

Karin Pavey (Canadian, b.1958) Covered Soup Tureen, 1990 length 13.3 in — 33.7 cm, painted marks Karin / Pavey and dated 1990

Provenance: Privatee Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto

$1,200–1,500

$100—200

Exhibited: Soup Tureens, Gardiner Museum (Shop), Toronto, 1990 $200—300


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Karin Pavey (Canadian, b.1958) Teapot, 1985 cover repaired, height 7.5 in — 19 cm, incised marks KARIN / PAVEY and dated 1985

Karin Pavey (Canadian, b.1958) Teapot, 1989 height 11.2 in — 28.5 cm, painted marks Karin / Pavey and dated 1989

Karin Pavey (Canadian, b.1958) Pair of Covered Cups, 1984 height 4.1 in — 10.5 cm, incised marks KARIN / PAVEY and dated 1984

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto

$200—300

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto

$100—200

$100—200

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Karin Pavey (Canadian, b.1958) Coffee Pot, 1990 height 15.2 in — 38.5 cm, painted marks Karin / Pavey and dated 1990

Karin Pavey (Canadian, b.1958) Oval Serving Dish, 1988 length 12.6 in — 32 cm, incised marks Karin Pavey and dated 1988

Karin Pavey (Canadian, b.1958) Small Bowl, 1980s diameter 5.8 in — 14.8 cm, incised marks Karin / Pavey

$200—300

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto

Provenance: Collection of K.M. Graham, Toronto

$150—250

$75—150


217

218

219

LESLIE POOLE, R.C.A. APPROACHING SHOWER acrylic on canvas signed, titled and dated “May 16/1983” on the stretcher 18 ins x 24 ins; 45.7 cms x 61 cms

JACK BEDER SPIRAL FORM (SCULPTURE #15), 1964 limestone titled on underside 13 ins x 18 ins x 8 ins; 33 cms x 20.3 cms x 20.3 cms

GHITTA CAISERMAN-ROTH, R.C.A. UNTITLED WINDOW WITH FLOWER POTS mixed media on paper signed “G. Caiserman” 11.75 ins x 16.5 ins; 29.8 cms x 41.9 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal

Provenance: Private Collection, Ontario

$500–700

$1,000–1,500

220

221

222

HENRY JOHN SIMPKINS R.C.A. NIGHT GAME, CRESCENT WOOD PARK, WINNIPEG watercolour signed 19 ins x 25 ins; 48.3 cms x 63.5 cms

BEN REEVES STILL-LIFE WITH BODDINGTON’S oil on canvas signed and dated 1997 on the reverse 24.5 ins x 24 ins; 62.2 cms x 61 cms

SYLVAIN COUSINEAU BATEAU DE LA CROUX-ROUGE oil on wood signed and dated 1978 on the reverse 16.5 ins x 24 ins; 41.9 cms x 61 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal

$800–1,200

$500–700

Provenance: Wallack Galleries, O!awa Private Collection, O!awa $600–800

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal $400–600


223

224

225

MARYON KANTAROFF DAMSEL bronze signed, dated 1978 and numbered 2/8 on the base 6.25 x 4.5 in — 15.9 x 11.4 cm

LESLIE A. BUSCH YELLOW CHAIR, 1975 oil on canvas 36 ins x 40 ins; 91.4 cms x 10.2 cms

GERALD GLADSTONE, R.C.A. UNTITLED #4 oil on canvas 15 ins x 15 ins; 38.1 cms x 38.1 cms

Provenance: Waddington Galleries, Montreal Private Collection, Quebec

Provenance: Fran Hill Gallery, Toronto

Provenance: Private Collection, Burlington $400–500

$300–400

$700–900

226

227

228

GATHIE FALK BASEBALL CAPS: GATHIE’S VANCOUVER, 2 acrylic on paper signed, titled and dated /03 13.5 ins x 23.5 ins; 34.3 cms x 59.7 cms

GATHIE FALK BASEBALL CAPS: JUSTIN’S MAC STATION acrylic on paper titled and dated 2003 17.5 ins x 13 ins; 44.5 cms x 33 cms

JAMES (JIM) EDWARD RITCHIE UNTITLED pink marble 10 ins x 17 ins x 12 ins; 25.4 cms x 43.2 cms x 30.5 cms

Provenance: Equinox Gallery, Vancouver Private Collection, Montreal

Provenance: Equinox Gallery, Vancouver Private Collection, Montreal

Provenance: Private Collection, Iqaluit

$900–1,200

$800–1,000

$600–800


229

230

231

Stompin’ Tom Connors, Ray Keating, Art Hawes and Mickey Andrews Signed Nova Scotia Fruit Crate Lid, c.1991 13.25 x 20 in — 33.7 x 50.8 cm

PAUL TEX LECOR LE PORTAGE, 1997 acrylic on masonite signed; also signed and titled on the reverse 10 ins x 12 ins; 25.4 cms x 30.5 cms

OSVALD ESLON TORONTO signed and titled oil on masonite 24 ins x 36 ins; 61 cms x 91.4 cms

Provenance: Galerie d’art Michel Bigué, Saint-Saveur-desMonts, Quebec Private Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Private Collection, Fenelon Falls, ON

$200—300

$200–300

$400–600

232

233

234

ANDRIS LEIMANIS MELTING SNOW - A VIEW OF SHERBROOKE ST. W., NEAR GUY ST. oil on canvas signed; also signed, titled and dated ‘84 on the reverse 9 ins x 12 ins; 22.9 cms x 30.5 cms

ANDRIS LEIMANIS EVENING - A ROMANTIC VIEW OF RITZ CARLTON HOTEL ON SHERBROOKE ST. W. oil on canvas signed; also signed, titled and dated ‘85 on the reverse 9 ins x 12 ins; 22.9 cms x 30.5 cms

ANDRIS LEIMANIS HEAVY SNOW - A VIEW OF CRESCENT ST. LOOKING SOUTH oil on canvas signed; also signed, titled and dated ‘85 on the reverse 9 ins x 12 ins; 22.9 cms x 30.5 cms

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto

$400–500

$400–500

$400–500


235

236

237

RUBY LEBOUTILLIER LOWER ST LAWRENCE, NEAR MÉTIS BEACH watercolour signed 11 ins x 13 ins; 27.9 cms x 33 cms

JENNIFER AMENTA A STUDENT OF MUSIC acrylic on wood signed; titled and dated 2016 on the reverse 20 ins x 28 ins; 50.8 cms x 71.1 cms

Jim Thomson (Canadian, 1953-2013) Male and Female Form Sculptures, 1980s condition noted, largest height 20.5 in — 52 cm, incised and painted marks including THOMSON, initials J.T. and 151

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Collection of Douglas Hobbs, O!awa, acquired directly from the artist

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto $200–300

$800–1,000

$200—300

238

239

240

Jim Thomson (Canadian, 1953-2013), Circular Plaque, 1980s diameter 13.8 in — 35 cm

Jim Thomson (Canadian, 1953-2013), Two Candlesticks, 1980s minor repair, largest height 6.6 in — 16.8 cm, incised signatures Thomson

A!ributed to Jim Thomson (Canadian, 1953 -2013), Covered Vase, 1980s minor chip, height 10.8 in — 27.5 cm

Provenance: Collection of Douglas Hobbs, O!awa, acquired directly from the artist $50—100

Provenance: Collection of Douglas Hobbs, O!awa, acquired directly from the artist $50—100

Provenance: Collection of Douglas Hobbs, O!awa $50—100


241

242

Michael Fortune ‘Bee’s Wing’ Living Room Table, c.1995 of figured maple, Macassar ebony and sapele wood construction, 14.5 x 66 x 29 in — 36.8 x 167.6 x 73.7 cm

Pair of Bentwood ‘Steamer’ Club Chairs by Thomas Lamb, c.1975 32 x 28.5 x 26 in — 81.3 x 72.4 x 66 cm

$1,000—1,500

$400—600


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CANADIAN MASTER SILVERSMITH at the National Gallery of Canada

AM I O T

gallery.ca Reliquary-Monstrance of Saint Charles Borromeo (detail) c. 1823. Fabrique Saint-Charles-Borromée de Charlesbourg, Quebec City. Photo: NGC


Conditions of Sale 1. All lots are sold “AS IS”. Any description issued by the auctioneer of an article to be sold is subject to variation to be posted or announced verbally in the auction room prior to the time of sale. While the auctioneer has endeavoured not to mislead in the description issued, and the utmost care is taken to ensure the correct cataloguing of each item, such descriptions are purely statements of opinion and are not intended to constitute a representation to the prospective purchasers and no warranty of the correctness of such description is made. An opportunity for inspection of each article is offered prior to the time of sale. No sale will be set aside on account of lack of correspondence of the article with its description or its reproduction, if any, whether colour or black & white. Some lots are of an age and/ or nature which preclude their being in pristine condition and some catalogue descriptions make reference to damage and/or restoration. The lack of such a reference does not imply that a lot is free from defects nor does any reference to certain defects imply the absence of others. Frames on artwork are not included as part of purchase or condition. It is the responsibility of prospective purchasers to inspect or have inspected each lot upon which they wish to bid, relying upon their own advisers, and to bid accordingly. 2. Each lot sold is subject to a 20% buyers premium as part of the purchase price. 3. Unless exempted by law, the buyer is required to pay Harmonized Sales Tax on the total purchase price including the buyer’s premium. For international buyers, taxes are not applicable when purchases are shipped out of country. Items shipped out of Ontario, the buyer is required to pay taxes as per the tax status of that province, whether it HST or GST (Goods and Services Tax). 4. The auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw any lot from sale at any time, to divide any lot or to combine any two or more lots at his sole discretion, all without notice. 5. The auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid and to advance the bidding at his absolute discretion. The auctioneer reserves the right not to accept and not to reject any bid. Without limitation, any bid which is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, or which is merely a nominal or fractional advance over the previous bid may not be recognized. 6. Each lot may be subject to an unpublished reserve which may be changed at any time by agreement between the auctioneer and the consignor. The auctioneer may bid, or direct an employee to bid, on behalf of the consignor as agreed between them. In addition, the auctioneer may accept and submit absentee and telephone bids, to be executed by an employee of the auctioneer, pursuant to the instructions of prospective purchasers not in attendance at the sale. 7. The highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer for any lot shall be the buyer and such buyer shall forthwith assume full risk and responsibility for the lot and must comply with such other Conditions of Sale as may be applicable. If any dispute should arise between bidders the auctioneer shall have the absolute discretion to designate the buyer or, at his option, to withdraw any disputed lot from the sale, or to re-offer it at the same or a subsequent sale. The auctioneer’s decision in all cases shall be final. 8. Immediately after the purchase of a lot, the buyer shall pay or undertake to the satisfaction of the auctioneer with respect to payment of the whole or any part of the purchase price requested by the auctioneer, failing which the auctioneer in his sole discretion may cancel the sale, with or without re-offering the item for sale.

9. The buyer shall pay for all lots within 48 hours from the date of the sale, after which a late charge of 2% per month on the total invoice may be incurred or the auctioneer, in his sole discretion, may cancel the sale. The buyer shall not become the owner of the lot until paid for in full. Items must be removed within 10 days from the date of sale, after which storage charges may be incurred. 10. Each lot purchased, unless the sale is cancelled as above, shall be held by the auctioneer at his premises or at a public warehouse at the sole risk of the buyer until fully paid for and taken away. 11. Notwithstanding condition no. 1, if the buyer, prior to removal of a lot, makes arrangements satisfactory to the auctioneer for the inspection of such lot by a fully qualified person acceptable to the auctioneer to determine the genuineness or authenticity of the lot, to be carried out promptly following the sale of the lot, and if, but only if, within a period of 14 days following the sale a written opinion of such person is presented to the auctioneer to the effect that the lot is not genuine or authentic, accompanied by a written request by the buyer for rescission of the sale, then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the sale price refunded to the buyer. 12. Payment for purchases must be by cash, INTERAC direct debit (Cdn clients in person only), certified cheque (U.S. & Overseas not applicable), travelers cheque, bank draft, electronic transfer (fee applies), and VISA or Mastercard (up to $25,000). 13. In the event of failure to pay for or remove articles within the aforementioned time limit, the auctioneer, without limitation of the rights of the consignor and the auctioneer against the buyer, may resell any of the articles affected, and in such case the original buyer shall be responsible to the auctioneer and the consignor for: (a) any deficiency in price between the re-sale amount and the amount to have been paid by the original buyer; (b) any reasonable charge by the auctioneer for the storage of such articles until payment and removal by the subsequent buyer; and (c) the amount of commission which the auctioneer would have earned had payment been made in full by the original buyer. 14. It is the responsibility of the buyer to make all arrangements for insuring, packing and removing the property purchased and any assistance by the auctioneer or his servants, agents or contractors, in packing or removal shall be rendered as a courtesy and without any liability to them. 15. The auctioneer acts solely as agent for the consignor and makes no representation as to any attribute of, title to, or restriction affecting the articles consigned for sale. Without limitation, the buyer understands that any item bought may be affected by the provisions of the Cultural Property Export Act (Canada). 16. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse admission to the sale or to refuse to recognize any or all bids from any particular person or persons at any auction.


Selling at Waddington’s waddington’s commission rates Items selling for $7,501 or more 10% Items selling for $2,501 to $7,500 15% Items selling for $251 to $2,500 20% Items selling for $250 or less 25% *There is a minimum handling charge of $20 per item

canadian art department commission rates Items selling for $7,500 or more 10% Items selling for $2,501 to $7,499 15% Items selling for $2,500 or less 20% *There is a minimum handling charge of $20 per item Paintings, drawings, prints, furniture, jewellery and all forms of decorative arts and collectibles may be brought to our Toronto office where we can provide you with preliminary auction estimates and consignment procedures. Please visit our website at www.waddingtons.ca for details on our various departments and how to contact the specialists. We also accept mailed and emailed requests for advice on the marketability of objects. A photograph and phone number must accompany a full description of each item.

Our specialists regularly travel to major Canadian cities to meet with prospective consignors. For further information, or to arrange an appointment, please contact our Toronto office. Property normally arrives at Waddington’s at least three months before the sale in order to allow our specialists time to research, catalogue, photograph and promote the items. Consignors will receive a contract to sign, setting forth terms and fees for our services.

insurance

A 1% insurance charge, based on the hammer price of the property, will be applied to all accounts.

cites

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Buying at Waddington's

All lots will be offered and sold subject to the Conditions of Sale which appear in this catalogue as well as any Glossary and posted or oral announcement. By bidding at auction, bidders are bound by those Conditions and Glossary, as amended by any oral announcement or posted notices, which together form the contract of sale between the successful bidder (buyer), Waddington’s™ and the consignor (seller) of the lot. Descriptions or photographs of lots are not warranties and each lot is sold “as is” in accordance with the Conditions of Sale.

condition of lots

All of the items are to be considered, unless otherwise noted in the description, in good condition. The definition of “good” when used in reference to condition, describes an object as having had no major damage or repair but as with the nature of the material, may show minor surface wear, discolouration etc., which indicates the acceptable wear that the piece may acquire with age. If you are particular about minor flaws, you should examine the pieces in person or have our staff answer any questions before bidding. Sizes are approximate. It is the sole responsibility of the bidder to inquire as to the condition of a lot before bidding. Condition reports are available upon request by phone, fax, email or in person. You are advised to make any requests well in advance of the sale. Frames on artwork are not included as part of purchase or condition.

buyers premium

A premium of 20% of the successful bid price of each lot. A charge of 13% HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) is applicable on the hammer price and buyer’s premium, except for purchases exported from Canada. In the case where purchases are shipped out of the province of Ontario, the HST or GST is charged based on the tax status of that province.

payment

Payment for purchases must be by cash, INTERAC direct debit (Cdn clients in person only), certified cheque (U.S. & Overseas not applicable), travelers cheque, bank draft, electronic transfer (fee applies), VISA or Mastercard (up to $25,000). ALL PRICES IN CANADIAN FUNDS

bidding

The Auctioneer may also execute bids on behalf of the consignor to protect the reserve. The reserve is the confidential minimum price the seller is willing to accept for his or her property, below which it will not be sold.

shipping

The Auctioneers will not undertake packing or shipping. The purchaser must designate and arrange for the services of an independent shipper and be responsible for all shipping, insurance expenses and any necessary export permits that may apply. The Auctioneers will, upon request, provide names of professional packers and shippers but will not be held responsible for the service or have any liability for providing this information. Reliable pre-auction estimates of shipping costs of lots offered in this sale may be obtained from: PakShip 905.470.6874 / 905.470.6875 / 416.293.8225

taurus@pakship.ca www.pakship.ca Envoy 416.299.3367, 416.299.9750 ph@envoy.ca www.envoypackandship.com Fero Transport 514.453.1462, 514.543.7585 www.ferotransport.ca

removal of purchases

Purchases must be paid for within 48 hours of the date of the sale, and removed from premises within 10 days of the date of sale (see Conditions of Sale, conditions 8 to 15). Clients are advised that packing and/or handling of purchased lots by our employees or agents is undertaken solely as a courtesy for the convenience of clients.


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