Canadian Arts, Culture and History | December 4 - 9, 2021

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Lot &'SILVER!CANADIAN!INDIAN! PEACE!TREATY!MEDAL%! UNISSUED%!AFTER!(343

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Lot &,* DR9!SIR!FREDERICK!BANTING’S! UNIVERSITY!OF!TORONTO!LABORATORY! POLARIMETER%!PHILBÉRT!&!FELIX!PELLIN%! PARIS%!C9($''

Photography & design by Waddington’s All rights reserved.


!"# CANADIAN!SCHOOL!PORTRAIT! MINIATURES!OF!ELIZABETH!AND! JACOB!THOMAS"!ST#!JOHN’S"! NEWFOUNDLAND"!C#$%&&

both unsigned gouache on oval ivory panels titled and dated in pencil, verso, in a single double glazed gilt metal locket, 2.4 x 2 in — 6.1 x 5.1 cm $%""&—&(""

!"% DOMINION!OF!NEWFOUNDLAND! PASSPORT"!$'(&

the passport issued to Royal Naval Air Service Lieutenant Reginald Charles Michell and numbered 5656 , with “Colonial Secretary’s Office, St. John’s’, stamp, complete with archive including several photographs, Royal Navy Reserve appointment, Masonic certificates and facsimiles of WWI Expeditionary Force service records, 7.5 x 4.5 in — 19.1 x 11.4 cm $(""&—&!""


!"( NOVA!SCOTIA!RUSTIC!MINIATURE! LADDER!BACK!SIDE!CHAIR"! $'TH!CENTURY

with woven jute seat, height 7.25 in — 18.4 cm $%""&—&(""

!"! CEINTURE!FLECHÉE)!EASTERN! WOODLANDS!FINGER!WOVEN!ARROW! OR!ASSOMPTION!SASH"!$'TH!CENTURY $)""&—&*""


!") FRENCH!AND!INDIAN!WAR!POWDER! HORN"!!$%TH!CENTURY

inscribed Wm. King, with native figure with peace pipe issuing the phrase ‘GOD SAVE THE KING’’ within the smoke cloud, also with heart and fylfot, with gadroon carved walnut end cap, length 12.25 in — 31.1 cm $!""&—&+""

!"+ SILVER!CANADIAN!INDIAN!PEACE! TREATY!MEDAL"!UNISSUED"! AFTER!$%*%

obverse: Victoria, bust right, with legend: ‘Victoria Regina’, signed below truncated shoulder ‘J.S. & A.B. Wyon’, reverse: full length portrait Albert Edward, H.R.H. Prince of Wales (Edward VII) shaking hands with a native Chief against tipi village with rising sun encircled by “Indian Treaty No.”, diameter 3 in — 7.6 cm $*,"""&—&-,"""


!"* MANITOBA!‘ORDER!OF!THE!BUFFALO! HUNT’!AWARD!!PRESENTED!TO! KENNETH!D#!TAYLOR"!$'%&

patinated bronze on marble with presentation plaque inscribed: Presented to Kenneth D. Taylor, Canadian Ambassador to Iran, In recognition of his courageous and humanitarian service By The Honourable Sterling Lyon, Premier of Manitoba, June 3, 1980, 6 x 11 x 6 in — 15.2 x 27.9 x 15.2 cm NOTE.

Awarded to Taylor in recognition of his role in ‘The Canadian Caper’ covert operation in Iran. $(""&—&)""

!"/ NARWHAL!TUSK!CANE"!$'TH/EARLY! (&TH!CENTURY

with bone handle and dyed baleen discs insets, length 40 in — 101.6 cm $/""&—&#,%""


!"NED!HANLAN!PRESSED!GLASS!MUG"! C#$%%&

moulded with a portrait and inscribed ‘EDWARD HANLAN CHAMPION OF THE WORLD / NOV 15TH 1880 / BEAT TRICKETT OF NSW’, height 4.3 in — 10.8 cm $#""&—&#)"

!#" PROVINCE!OF!CANADA!GOVERNOR! GENERAL!EDMUND!WALKER!HEAD’S! VICTORIAN!GOVERNMENT!DISPATCH! BOX"!C#$%+%

the hinged lid with brass campaign handle and gilt embossed crown over VR cypher, and E.W. HEAD, with makers mark to inside rim: WICKWAR & CO., 6 Poland Street, Manufacturers to H.M. Stat’y Office, 6 x 18 x 12 in — 15.2 x 45.7 x 30.5 cm $)""&—&*""


!## DELFT!POTTERY!TILE! COMMEMORATING!THE!BIRTH! OF!PRINCESS!MARGRIET!OF!THE! NETHERLANDS!IN!OTTAWA"!CANADA"! $',*

7.9 x 5.7 in — 20 x 14.5 cm $#""&—&#)"

!#% WEDGWOOD!CANADIAN!SERIES!NOVA! SCOTIA!COAT!OF!ARMS!PLATE"!C#$'&-

with impressed and transferred maker’s and date marks, diameter 10.1 in — 25.6 cm $#""&—&#)"


!#( WEDGWOOD!CANADIAN!SERIES! ‘NIAGARA!FALLS’!PLATE"!C#$'&'

diameter 10 in — 25.5 cm $/"&—&#%"

!#! CANADIAN!STONEWARE!ONE!GALLON! JUG"!$'TH!CENTURY J!"C!"MOORE#"IMPORTERS"OF"WINES"AND" LIQUORS#"$%%"YONGE"ST!#"TORONTO#"ONT!

height 11.5 in — 29.2 cm $#""&—&#)"


!#) CANADIAN!STONEWARE! TWO!GALLON!CROCK"!$'TH!CENTURY J!"R!"BURNS#"TORONTO

with banded brown glaze, height 9.75 in — 24.8 cm $#""&—&#)"

!#+ CANADIAN!STONEWARE! HALF!GALLON!JUG"!$'TH!CENTURY THE"PROPERTY"OF"BOON"&"NOWELL#" TORONTO

with wire swing top cork, height 11 in — 27.9 cm $#""&—&#)"


!#* CANADIAN!STONEWARE! ONE!GALLON!JUG"!$'TH!CENTURY ROBERT"JACKSON"&"CO!#" &'"GEORGE"ST!#"TORONTO#

with impressed label highlighted in cobalt blue, height 11.25 in — 28.6 cm $#""&—&#)"

!#/ LARGE!CANADIAN!STONEWARE! THREE!GALLON!JUG"!$'TH!CENTURY TURNER’S"TONIC#"BITTERS#"FRUIT"SYRUPS#" SAUCES#"TORONTO

with impressed red ensign form label highlighted with cobalt blue, height 16.6 in — 42.2 cm $%""&—&(""


!#SIGNED!FULL!LENGTH!PORTRAIT! OF!MAJOR!GENERAL!SIR!SAMUEL! BENFIELD!.SAM/!STEELE!.$%,'-$'$'/"! WILLIAM!NOTMAN!&!SON"!PHILLIPS! SQUARE"!MONTREAL"!C#$%''

albumen print photograph on embossed studio card, pictured standing in his North West Mounted Police uniform, signed in quill “Affectionately Yours, S.B. Steele, with annotation in lower margin Sam B. Steele C.B., M.V.O, Col. Strathcona Horse, May 1901-, 10.2 x 6.3 in — 26 x 16 cm $%""&—&(""

!%" STRATHCONA!HORSE! SOUVENIR!LABEL"!$'&&

lithograph on paper with portraits of Lord Strathcona, Queen Victoria and Col. Sam Steele, published by The Slater Shoe Co., Montreal, sheet 7 x 10.8 in — 17.8 x 27.5 cm $/"&—&#%"


!%# CANADIAN!OPERATIC!TENOR!EDWARD! PATRICK!JOHNSTON!.$%-%-$'+'/"! FOUR!SIGNATURES"!$'((-$',1

an Asheville Music Festival program, a photograph portrait, and two le#ers, $#""&—&%""

!%% CHRISTOPHER!PLUMMER! AUTOGRAPH"!$'-%

in ball point on bank deposit slip: “Joyce, with best wishes & thanks for the great hot dog, Christopher Plummer”, 2.75 x 5.25 in — 7 x 13.3 cm NOTE.

In 1978 Joyce Angus worked at a the ‘Orange Cup’ in the Toronto Eaton Centre. Christopher Plummer was there too, on location filming the bank heist thriller ‘The Silent Partner’, and stopped by for lunch. Joyce asked for his autograph and he happily obliged on one of Joyce’s bank deposit slips $#""&—&#)"


!%( PILLAR!AND!SPLAT!SHELF!CLOCK"! CASED!BY!H#!UTLEY!&!CO#"! NIAGARA!FALLS"!UPPER!CANADA"! C#$%*&

the 30 hour oak and cherry wood weight driven movement by Riley Whiting, Winchester, Connecticut, height 35.5 in — 90.2 cm $%""&—&(""

!%! ROYAL!CANADIAN!AIR!FORCE! PROPELLER!CLOCK"!C#$',+

on mahogany base with RCAF decal, 12 x 34 x 9 in — 30.5 x 86.4 x 22.9 cm $%""&—&(""


!%) DR#!SIR!FREDERICK!BANTING’S! UNIVERSITY!OF!TORONTO! LABORATORY!POLARIMETER"! PHILBÉRT!&!FELIX!PELLIN"! PARIS"!C#$'&&

adjustable height 23 in — 58.4 cm, length 34 in — 86.4 cm PROVENANCE.

Collection of Dr. Stanley Gore, Toronto, ON View website for full catalogue details $)""&—&*""

!%+ ENGLISH!SILVER!PARCEL-GILT!ROYAL! CANADIAN!MOUNTED!POLICE! CENTENARY!COMMEMORATIVE! COVERED!BOWL"!$1-/+&&"! AURUM!DESIGNS"!LONDON"!$'-*

with St. Edward’s crown finial, contained with certificate in a fi#ed presentation case, height 6.5 in — 16.5 cm, diameter 7 in — 17.8 cm, 27.9 oz. — 867 grams $)""&—&*""


!%* CANADIAN!SILVER!PRESENTATION! TRAY!AND!CEREMONIAL!SILVER! SCISSORS"!HENRY!BIRKS!&!SONS"!$'1&

for the occasion of the christening of the C.M.S. ‘Thomas Carlton’, the tray with pictorial engraving, both with presentation inscription and impressed maker’s marks, tray 15 x 25 in — 38.1 x 63.5 cm, 74.3 oz. — 2311 grams View website for full catalogue details $#,)""&—&%,"""

!%/ PAIR!OF!CANADIAN!SILVER! CEREMONIAL!SCISSORS!USED!IN! A!RIBBON!CUTTING!BY!J#!W#!‘JACK’! PICKERSGILL"!SEPT#!$+"!$'1+

for the inauguration of the Port de Trois-Riviéres L’Immeubles Administratif, with engraved inscription, length 10.8 in — 27.4 cm $#""&—&#)"


!%PAIR!OF!ROYAL!CANADIAN! RIFLE!REGIMENT!SILVER!PLATE! CANDELABRUM"!MID!$'TH!CENTURY

each with engraved regimental badge, height 19 in — 48.3 cm $%""&—&(""

!(" DOMINION!OF!CANADA!SILVER!PLATE! PRESENTATION!TRAY!FORM!PLAQUE!TO! THE!CIVILIAN!RIFLE!ASSOCIATION"!$'*(

won by E. T. Brown, York, diameter 11.3 in — 28.7 cm $#""&—&#)"


!(# PLATINUM!MEDAL!TO!SELWYN! GWILLYM!BLAYLOCK)!INTERNATIONAL! NICKEL!CO#!CANADA!AWARD! FOR!DISTINGUISHED!SERVICE!TO! CANADIAN!MINERAL!INDUSTRY!"!$'**

405 grams of platinum, recto: beaver fronting prospectors axe and hammer with test around, rev.: miner presenting minerals to Vulcan at his forge, ‘EVER NEW GIFTS TO OLD VULCAN’ in exergue, together with a replica in nickel 3 ins; 7.6 cms $/,"""&—&#%,"""

!(% GOLD!MEDAL!TO!SELWYN!GWILLYM! BLAYLOCK)!JAMES!DOUGLAS!AWARD! FOR!ACHIEVEMENT!IN!NON-FERROUS! METALLURGY"!$'(%

189 grams of 22k gold, obv.: bust of James Douglas, le$, rev.: workers at Vulcan’s forge, with AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS in the surround, named and dated in exergue, together with a replica in bronze, cased 2.8 ins; 7 cms $*,"""&—&-,"""


!(( GOLD!MEDAL!TO!SELWYN!GWILLYM! BLAYLOCK)!UNIVERSITY!OF! TORONTO!MCCHARLES!AWARD!FOR! OUTSTANDING!WORK!IN!CANADIAN! METALLURGY"!$'(,

283 grams of 22k yellow gold, obv.: university crest over recipient’s name, rev.: Gaea on rocky precipice against an industrial mining landscape 2.8 ins; 7 cms $#%,"""&—&#),"""

!(! GOLD!MEDAL!TO!SELWYN!GWILLYM! BLAYLOCK)!INSTITUTE!OF!MINING!AND! METALLURGY!OF!GREAT!BRITAIN"!$'*'

85 grams of 22k yellow gold, obv.: miners at work under a refinery, named and dated in a banner across the middle, with text in the surround, rev.: Gaea and a labourer in an industrial mining landscape 2 ins; 5.1 cms $(,"""&—&),"""


!() CITY!OF!TORONTO!QUEEN!VICTORIA! DIAMOND!JUBILEE!COMMEMORATIVE! ENAMELLED!COPPER!MEDAL"!$%'-

with impressed maker’s mark for Ambrose Kent & Son, height 4.3 in — 11 cm $%""&—&(""

!(+ BATTLE!OF!THE!PLAINS!OF! ABRAHAM!(&&TH!ANNIVERSARY! COMMEMORATIVE!MEDALLION!$'+'

bronze, obv.: titled busts of Montcalm, facing, and Wolfe, le$, against a view of the St. Lawrence River with ships, under date SEPTEMBER 1759, rev.: figural representations of England, Scotland and Ireland labouring under mo#o TRIA JUNCTA IN UNO flanked by dates 1759 - 1959 with CANADA in exergue, diameter 2.25 in — 5.7 cm $/"&—&#%"


!(* CANADIAN!SILVER!MEDALLION! COMMEMORATING!THE!$&&TH! ANNIVERSARY!OF!THE!BIRTH!OF! GEORGE-ÉTIENNE!CARTIER"!$'$,

obv.: bust of Cartier, le$, rev.: coat of arms with mo#o, diameter 1.4 in — 3.5 cm $#""&—&#)"

!(/ CANADIAN!CONFEDERATION! DIAMOND!JUBILEE!MEDALLION!BY! RAYMOND!DELAMARRE"!$'(-

bronze, obv.: figural representation of Canada against a map with rail lines and mo#o A MARE VSQVE AD MARE, rev.: George V, bust le$, and CONFEDERATION CANADA, diameter 3 in — 7.6 cm $#""&—&#)"


!(Lot Withdrawn

!!" HUDSON’S!BAY!COMPANY!SILVER! SERVICE!MEDAL"!$',$

engraved to Barbara Cliffe, cased, 5.2 x 2.2 in — 13.2 x 5.5 cm $/"&—&#%"


!!# SIR!WILLIAM!SCHOOLING"!K#B#E# THE"HUDSON’S"BAY"COMPANY#"(&)'-(+,'

4to., half title, illustrated frontispiece, full title, illustrated, in card boards with impressed gilt company seal, with publisher’s presentation card, no. B607, London, The Hudson’s Bay Company, Hudson’s Bay House, Lime Street, E.C., 1920, 11.25 x 8.75 in — 28.6 x 22.2 cm $#""&—&#)"

!!% GRENFELL!MISSION"!LABRADOR"!CUT! OUT!AND!PAINTED!WOOD!MODEL!OF!A! SCHOONER!AGAINST!AN!ICEBERG"!$'*'

with paper label LABRADOR, signed and dated on the bo#om, 6.5 x 5.25 x 3.25 in — 16.5 x 13.3 x 8.3 cm $#)"&—&%)"


!!( EARLY!GRENFELL!INDUSTRIES! ‘BARQUE!AT!SEA’!HOOKED!MAT"!C#$'(&

with printed label verso: MADE IN LABRADOR, 28 x 37 in — 71.1 x 94 cm $!""&—&+""

!!! GRENFELL!LABRADOR!INDUSTRIES! ‘BARQUE!AT!SEA’!HOOKED!MATT"!C#$'*&

with woven label verso: GRENFELL LABRADOR INDUSTRIES, HANDMADE IN CANADIAN LABRADOR, $%""&—&(""


!!) GRENFELL!LABRADOR!INDUSTRIES! SILK!‘TWO!SAILBOATS’!HOOKED!MAT"

with woven label, verso: GRENFELL LABRADOR INDUSTRIES, Handmade in CANADIAN LABRADOR, 14 x 18.5 in — 35.6 x 47 cm $%""&—&(""

!!+ GRENFELL!LABRADOR!INDUSTRIES! ‘MAN!AND!DISTANT!DOG!SLED’! HOOKED!MAT"!MID!(&TH!CENTURY

with woven label verso: GRENFELL LABRADOR INDUSTRIES, HAND MADE IN NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR, 26 x 20 in — 66 x 50.8 cm $(""&—&!""


!!* THREE!SMALL!GRENFELL!LABRADOR! INDUSTRIES!HOOKED!MATS"!C#$'*&

including a Lighthouse with Seagulls, a Duck Flying Over a Marsh, and a sealskin Polar Bear on an Ice Floe, each with label verso and framed, each frame 10.25 x 11.9 in — 26 x 30.2 cm $%""&—&(""

!!/ GEORGES!ÉDOUARD!TREMBLAY! .CANADIAN"!$'&(-$'%-/! HOOKED!RUG!WALL!HANGING"! POINTE-AU-PIC"!PQ"!$',&

depicting a rural winter landscape with trees and cabins, signed and dated on the lower burlap edge, mounted on stretcher, 30 x 38.5 in — 76.2 x 97.8 cm $%""&—&(""


!!GEORGES!ÉDOUARD!TREMBLAY! .CANADIAN"!$'&(-$'%-/! HOOKED!RUG!WALL!HANGING"! POINTE-AU-PIC"!PQ"!C#$'+&

depicting a cabin and stream in a winter wooded landscape, signed GET in the weave, 28 x 36 in — 71.1 x 91.4 cm $%""&—&(""

!)" GEORGES!ÉDOUARD!TREMBLAY! .CANADIAN"!$'&(-$'%-/! HOOKED!RUG!WALL!HANGING"! POINTE-AU-PIC"!PQ"!$',&

depicting a winter sugar shack and bush, signed GET in the weave, frame 26.75 x 32.5 in — 67.9 x 82.6 cm $%""&—&(""


!)# RUDY!RENZIUS!.CANADIAN"!$%''-$'1%/ DOVE

carved walnut, signed and dated ‘38, height 11 in — 27.9 cm $(""&—&)""

!)% SHALLOW!ENAMELLED!COPPER!BOWL! BY!MICHELINE!DE! PASSILLÉ-SYLVESTRE"!! STE#!ADELE!NORD"!QUE#"!$'1*

gilt signed, verso, with abstract figural decoration in blues, violets and greys, diameter 11.4 in — 29 cm PROVENANCE.

Receipt: The Canadian Handicra$s Guild, Toronto, Jan. 24, 1963 $%""&—&(""


!)( E#!LOUISE!DE!MONTIGNY-GIGUÈRE! .CANADIAN"!$%-%-$'1'/ LE"PAS"DE"TROIS

patinated bronze group, titled and signed on the base, with Andros Fondeur, Paris, foundry mark, width 29 in — 73.7 cm $/""&—&#,%""

!)! JOHANNA!ELEONORE!‘HANNI’! ROTHSCHILD"!.CANADIAN"!$'($-(&(&/ STANDING"BULL

patinated bronze, signed ‘H. Rothschild’, 6.25 x 12 x 4.5 in — 15.9 x 30.5 x 11.4 cm $(""&—&!""


!)) MAY!MARX!.CANADIAN"!$'(%-(&&%/ CN"TOWER

polished bronze, signed, height 12.6 in — 32 cm $#)"&—&%)"

!)+ JOSEF!PETRISKA! .ROMANIAN-CANADIAN"!$'('-(&$+/ TORONTO"SKYLINE

bronze relief maque#e plaque, NOTE.

The current lot is a reduction of a large mural commissioned by the T. Eaton Company for the Toronto Eaton Centre in 1976. $%""&—&(""


!)* PRESENTATION!SCALE!MODEL!OF!THE! TORONTO!DOMINION!CENTRE"!$'1+

to Cobban, Wooley and Dale, model by: Harvie Thompson and Steve Waring Limited, Toronto, Canada, PROVENANCE.

Estate of Douglas Campbell Wooley $/""&—&#,%""

!)/ LYLE!SOBEL!.CANADIAN"!B#$'+(/ PLAYFUL"BEAR"CUBS

carved jade, petrified wood, signed, numbered D958, 10.75 x 11 x 6 in — 27.3 x 27.9 x 15.2 cm $(""&—&!""


!)(&TH!CENTURY!BRITISH!SCHOOL LORD"BRENDAN"BRACKEN#" (ST"VISCOUNT"BRACKEN

patinated bronze, signed three quarter length bust, height 35.5 in — 90.2 cm PROVENANCE.

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, N.B. $#,"""&—&#,)""

!+" LIONEL!FOSBERY! .CANADIAN"!$%-'-$'+1/ BUST"OF"SIR"ROBERT"BORDEN

painted plaster composite, signed and dated 1925, height 28 in — 71.1 cm PROVENANCE.

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, N.B. $!""&—&+""


!+# LIONEL!FOSBERY! .CANADIAN"!$%-'-$'+1/ BUST"OF"SIR"WILFRID"LAURIER

painted plaster composite, signed Lionel Fosbery, Sculptor, O#awa, Canada, height 30.25 in — 76.8 cm PROVENANCE.

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, N.B. $)""&—&*""

!+% CANADIAN!HOCKEY!HISTORY)! R#C#A#F#!FLYERS!OLYMPIC! PARTICIPANT’S!ENAMELLED! LAPEL!PIN"!$',%

diameter 0.6 in — 1.65 cm $#""&—&#)"


!+( REGINA!ROUGHRIDERS! CARDIGAN!SWEATER"!C#$',%

in the team’s green and white colours with chest badge logo and numbered 19 on right arm, NOTE.

The Regina Roughriders adopted their now familiar green and white colour scheme in 1948, the same year the teams name was changed to the Saskatchewan Roughriders as a result of the collapse of the Saskatoon and Moose Jaw franchises. It remains the only state or province-wide sponsored team in the either the NFL or CFL. $#""&—&#)"

!+! BUFFALO!SABRES!NHL!ENTRY! COMMEMORATIVE!SWORD"! WILKINSON!SWORD"!LONDON"!$'-&

the curved blade with acid etched inscription and Punch Imlach facsimile signature on a gilt metal hilt with lion head pommel, length 28.3 in — 72 cm $*""&—&-""


!+) MAPLE!LEAF!GARDENS! GOLD!SEAT"!C#$'*$

numbered ‘8’, of painted metal construction with vinyl upholstery, 36 x 22 x 21 in — 91.4 x 55.9 x 53.3 cm $(""&—&)""

!++ TIE!DOMI’S!MAPLE!LEAF!GARDENS! LOCKER"!C#$''+

of painted wood and metal construction with hinged seat opening to a storage compartment, 89 x 27 x 34 in — 226.1 x 68.6 x 86.4 cm PROVENANCE.

Waddington’s Maple Leaf Gardens Contents Auction, November 19, 2000, Lot 707 (COA included) $#,"""&—&#,)""


!+* JOHN#!W#!PORTER! .CANADIAN"!FL#! EARLY!(&TH!CENTURY/ WEST"SHORE"OF"HUDSON’S"BAY

albumin print, taken at Port Nelson on a preliminary reconnaissance for a terminal and port for The Hudson Bay Railway, $%""&—&(""

!+/ SHERMAN!STEVENS!.$%,%-$'($/ SEVEN"PHOTOGRAPHIC"VIEWS"OF"FORT" WILLIAM"-THUNDER"BAY.#"ONTARIO#"C!(//0

each a tilted albumen print on studio card, including one of the Kaministiquia River, five of Kakabeka Falls and Rapids, and one of McKay’s Mountain, five prints with yellow tissue guards, 5.25 x 8.5 in — 13.3 x 21.6 cm $%""&—&(""


!+SHERMAN!STEVENS!.$%,%-$'($/ FIVE"PHOTOGRAPHIC"VIEWS"OF"EARLY" CANADIAN"RAILWAY"INTEREST

each an albumen print on studio card, including Canadian Pacific Railway’s ‘Pacific Express’ first transcontinental train Engine 33 and its crew at the Westfort (Fort William/Thunder Bay, Ontario) round house on June 30,1886, another of CPR’s engine no. 21, the Red Sucker Trestle, the Fort William CPR yards, and the CPR tunnel at Rat Portage (now Kenora), three with yellow tissue guards, 5.25 x 8.5 in — 13.3 x 21.6 cm $(""&—&)""

!*" SHERMAN!STEVENS!.$%,%-$'($/ FIVE"PHOTOGRAPHIC"VIEWS"OF"FORT" WILLIAM"-THUNDER"BAY.#"ONTARIO#"C!(//0

each an albumin print on studio card, including: a group of Chippewa natives, a group of Canadian militia riflemen, a group of lumberjacks, a private Victorian residence and its residents and a grain elevator on the Kaministiquia River, two prints with yellow tissue guards, 5.25 x 8.5 in — 13.3 x 21.6 cm $%""&—&(""


!*# Charles Wesley Mathers (Canadian, 1868-1950) THE FAR NORTH 26 photographs depicting Inuit and Indigenous life in the far North, titled in the prints, tipped into a lace bound album with paper cover, 9 x 11 in — 22.9 x 27.9 cm $#""&—&#)"

!*% WORLD!WAR!II!ERA!ROYAL!CANADIAN! AIR!FORCE!PHOTOGRAPH!ALBUM"! C#$',$-$',1

a collection of approximately 246 gelatin silver prints of various aircra$, aircra$ carriers, landing strips, airfields, personnel, and pranged planes, various sizes, album 7.25` x 12 in — 18.4 x 30.5 cm $%""&—&(""


!*( SIR!JOHN!A#!MACDONALD! AUTOGRAPHED!LETTER!TO!JAMES! SIMEON!MCCUAIG"!SIGNED"! NOV#!$*"!$%-'

wri#en in quill on Department of the Interior laid paper le#erhead, referencing the ‘Pye ma#er’, parliament and ‘all soreness on the part of office seekers will be long forgo#en by time of the next election.’, 7.9 x 4.9 in — 20 x 12.5 cm $#,)""&—&%,)""

!*! SIR!JOHN!A#!MACDONALD!AND!DAME! SUSAN!AGNES!MACDONALD! SIGNED!INDENTURE"! JANUARY!$ST"!$%-&

acknowledging a repayment in the amount of $6,600 for a mortgage on various parcels of land in the County of Hastings, now in double-glazed frame, sight 14 x 18 in — 35.6 x 45.7 cm View website for full catalogue details $%,"""&—&(,"""


!*) WILFRID!LAURIER!TOP!HAT"! EARLY!(&TH!CENTURY

size 7 1/8, with presentation inscription under the leather rim band: EAD from WLH (Wilfrid Laurier House), Jan., 1919, 6 x 12 x 9.5 in — 15.2 x 30.5 x 24.1 cm $%""&—&(""

!*+ SIGNED!PORTRAIT!PHOTOGRAPH!OF! PRIME!MINISTER!SIR!ROBERT!LAIRD! BORDEN"!LONDON"!$'$%

albumen print on signed studio card framed 167.5 ins x 11.5 ins; 425.5 cms x 29.2 cms $#""&—&#)"


!** PAIR!OF!PRIME!MINISTER!ARTHUR! MEIGHEN!BRONZE!BOOKENDS"! PRITCHARD!&!ANDREWS!CO#"! OTTAWA"!C#$'(1

each with profile portrait and maker’s mark, 7 x 5.1 in — 17.8 x 13 cm $#""&—&#)"

!*/ YOUSUF!KARSH! .ARMENIAN/CANADIAN"!$'&%-(&&(/ VINCENT"MASSEY

gelatin silver print, signed in the margin and with presentation inscription initialled VM on the mat, with studio stamp and numbered 26 in pencil, verso, PROVENANCE.

Estate of Hart Massey, Toronto $(""&—&!""


!*SIGNED!PHOTOGRAPH!OF!CHARLES! LINDBERGH!WITH!VINCENT!MASSEY! AND!WILLIAM!PHILIPS"!OTTAWA"!$'(PROVENANCE.

Estate of Vincent Massey, Ba#erwood, Port Hope, Ontario $/""&—&#,%""

!/" SIGNED!PHOTOGRAPH!PORTRAIT!OF! PRIME!MINISTER!ROBERT!BEDFORD! BENNETT

gelatin silver print on studio card, inscribed in the lower margin, framed, sight 10.25 x 7.75 in — 26 x 19.7 cm; frame 14.6 x 12.6 in — 37 x 32 cm $#)"&—&%)"


!/# SIGNED!PHOTOGRAPH!OF!QUEEN! ELIZABETH!II"!$'1,

gelatin silver print, signed on the mat Elizabeth R., print 10.5 x 13.25 in — 26.7 x 33.7 cm; frame 15.75 x 18.25 in — 40 x 46.4 cm NOTE.

This image was taken at Uplands Airport, O#awa, on the day of her departure from a visit during which she opened the Fathers of Confederation Building in Charlo#etown, PEI. $%""&—&(""

!/% SIGNED!ROYAL!PRESENTATION!COPY! OF!‘PRINCESS!ELIZABETH"! THE!ILLUSTRATED!STORY!OF! TWENTY-ONE!YEARS!IN!THE!LIFE!OF! THE!HEIR!PRESUMPTIVE’"!$',-

inscribed ‘To the Prime Minister from Mary R, April 21, 1947 (Queen Elizabeth’s 21st birthday), 9.8 x 7.25 in — 25 x 18.4 cm NOTE.

Copies of the present lot were sent out to dignitaries of the Common Wealth countries by Princess Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood, on the occasion of the Princess Elizabeth’s 21st birthday. This one apparently to Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King. $#""&—&#)"


!/( SIGNED!ROYAL!PRESENTATION!COPY! OF!‘SILVER!WEDDING"!THE!RECORD!OF! TWENTY-FIVE!ROYAL!YEARS’"!$',%

by Louis Wulff, inscribed ‘To Mrs. Howard Ferguson from Mary R., 1948’, with note of thanks on Sandringham le#erhead, a 1951 invitation to dinner honouring the visit of Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, and a programme for George VI’s memorial service at St. Paul’s Cathedral, book 9.75 x 7.5 in — 24.8 x 19.1 cm $#""&—&#)"

!/! EMBROIDERED!SILK!SAMPLE! PANEL!FOR!QUEEN!ELIZABETH!II’S! CORONATION!GOWN"!$'+*

silver, gilt and coloured thread work with a variety of glass beads, pastes and pearls on satin, the design by Norman Hartwell incorporates the Royal Cypher, a Tudor rose, thistles and shamrocks, framed, sight 11 x 9 in — 27.9 x 22.9 cm $)""&—&*""


!/) THE!MODERN!CHART!OF!THE! ROYAL!FAMILY!SHEWING!THEIR! RELATIONSHIP!WITH!THE!CROWNED! HEADS!OF!EUROPE"!C#$'$(

lithograph on paper, in contemporaneous giltwood frame, 21.25 x 26.5 in — 54 x 67.3 cm $#""&—&#)"

!/+ YOUSUF!KARSH!.$'&%-(&&(/"! ARMENIAN/CANADIAN WILLIAM"MAXWELL"AITKEN#"(ST"BARON" BEAVERBROOK"-(/)+-(+&$.#"CIRCA"(+$+

bromide print; signed at O#awa lower le$ white pencil; stamped “Copyright Karsh O#awa No. “25” in pencil , verso, Image/ Sheet 9.5 x 7.5 in — 24.1 x 19.1 cm; 10 x 8 in — 25.4 x 20.3 cm $!""&—&+""


!/* PHOTOGRAPH!PORTRAIT!OF!PRIME! MINISTER!JOHN!DIEFENBAKER!WITH! SIGNED!PRESENTATION!INSCRIPTION! TO!SENATOR!HARRY!ALBERT!WILLIS"! C#$'1(

tinted gelatin silver print on signed studio card inscribed in the lower margin, 12.2 x 9.1 in — 31 x 23 cm $%""&—&(""

!// SIGNED!PORTRAIT!PHOTOGRAPH!OF! GEORGES!AND!PAULINE!VANIER"!$'1*

gelatin silver print on Ashley and Crippeu studio card, with dated presentation inscription on the lower mat framed 13.5 ins x 10.5 ins; 34.3 cms x 26.7 cms $#""&—&#)"


!/PHOTOGRAPH!OF!THE!QUEEN! MOTHER!WITH!THE!RIGHT! HONOURABLE!PAULINE!MCGIBBON"! QUEEN’S!PARK"!ON"!$'-'

gelatin silver print, titled and dated and signed by the artist, verso 17.5 ins x 13.5 ins; 44.5 cms x 34.3 cms $#""&—&#)"

!-" SIGNED!PORTRAIT!PHOTOGRAPH! OF!PAULINE!MILLS!MCGIBBON"! LIEUTENANT!GOVERNOR!OF!ONTARIO"! BY!ONNIG!CAVOUKIAN"!$'-1

colour print signed ‘Cavouk, Toronto’ on studio card (stamped verso) inscribed by the si#er to musician John Cozens, in red leather strut frame with gilt Ontario provincial coat of arms frame 14.5 ins x 11.75 ins; 36.8 cms x 29.8 cms $#""&—&#)"


!-# AFTER!CORNELIUS!KRIEGHOFF"! $'TH!CENTURY MOCCASIN"SELLER"WITH"PIPE

oil on canvas bearing signature “C. Krieghoff” and dated 1861; painted in an oval sight 9.25 ins x 8 ins; 23.5 cms x 20.3 cms $(,"""&—&),"""

!-% OCTAVE!HENRI!JULIEN HABITANT"WITH"PIPE"AND"RIFLE1"LA" CHASSE-GALERIE1"FISHING"SCENE

watercolour on paper; photogravure; watercolour on paper each signed in pencil; “Habitant” inscribed “Miss Ethel Seath - with best wishes for a Happy New Year” sight 9.25 ins x 6.5 ins; 23.5 cms x 16.5 cms; sight 7.25 ins x 8.5 ins; 18.4 cms x 21.6 cms; sight 8.25 ins x 11.5 ins; 21 cms x 29.2 cms PROVENANCE.

Collection of Ethel Seath, Montreal, QC By descent to Private Collection, Windsor, ON $)""&—&#,"""


!-( E#!WEIDEMANN! .CANADIAN"!FL#!LATE!$'TH!CENTURY/ VIEW"OF"QUEBEC"CITY"AND" THE"PLAINS"OF"ABRAHAM

oil on canvas, signed lower le$, and dated 1884, stretcher 24 x 34 in — 61 x 86.4 cm; frame 30 x 40 in — 76.2 x 101.6 cm $#,"""&—&#,)""

!-! PORTRAIT!OF!AN!OFFICER!OF!THE! *,TH!CUMBERLAND!REGIMENT!OF! FOOT"!C#$%*&

watercolour on gilt edged card, monogrammed ‘AG’, titled in pencil ‘Ye Red & White Tu$’ and dated 1830, in period giltwood frame, card 6 x 4.5 in — 15.2 x 11.4 cm; card 14 x 12.5 in — 35.6 x 31.8 cm $%""&—&(""


!-) $'TH!CENTURY!BRITISH PORTRAIT"OF"AN"OFFICER#"(/),

Oil over photographic outline on canvas; signed “R. Helman”? and dated 1872 lower le$ 33 ins x 82 ins; 83.8 cms x 208.3 cms PROVENANCE.

Private Collection, Ontario $+""&—&/""

!-+ CANADIAN!SCHOOL"! EARLY!TO!MID-$'TH!C# PORTRAIT"OF"A"GENTLEMAN"IN"A"PORK" PIE"HAT"WITH"TARTAN"NECKTIE

oil on board with sketch of a woman with hands clasped on the reverse 15.75 ins x 11.5 ins; 40 cms x 29.2 cms PROVENANCE.

Private Collection, Toronto $!""&—&+""


!-* AFTER!EZRA!JAMES"!$'TH!C# PORTRAIT"OF"JOSEPH"BRANT#" THAYENDANEGEA

oil on panel 14.25 ins x 11.25 ins; 36.2 cms x 28.6 cms PROVENANCE.

Private Collection, Toronto $!""&—&+""

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#&OF&)

CHARLES WALTER!SIMPSON! .CANADIAN"!$%-%-$',(/ FIVE"CANADIAN"CITY"VIEWS2"HALIFAX#" ST!"JOHN#"OTTAWA#"TORONTO"AND" VANCOUVER

each a pencil and gouache sketch on paper, done for Katherine Hale’s book ‘Canadian Cities of Romance’, 1933 (included), each sight 10.5 x 13.5 in — 26.7 x 34.3 cm; each frame 20.5 x 17.25 in — 52.1 x 43.8 cm $/""&—&#,%""


!-A#!MCMULLIN AIRPLANES#"(+0+

oil on board signed and dated; titled to label on the reverse 30 ins x 39.75 ins; 76.2 cms x 101 cms PROVENANCE.

Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB $%""&—&(""

)"" ADOLPHUS!GEORGE!BROOMFIELD"! O#S#A#"!R#C#A# HALIFAX"BOMBERS"RETURN"TO"TOP" CLIFFE"AIRFIELD"AFTER"RAID"ON" BERLIN#"(+$%

oil on canvas, laid down on board signed; signed and titled to the reverse 17.25 ins x 22.5 ins; 43.8 cms x 57.2 cms PROVENANCE.

Private Collection, Halifax, NS $%,"""&—&(,"""


)"# ADOLPHUS!GEORGE!BROOMFIELD"! O#S#A#"!R#C#A# HALIFAX"BOMBERS"-RCAF." AND"J!U!//"FIGHTERS#"(+$%

oil on board signed; signed, titled and dated on the reverse 17.5 ins x 22.5 ins; 44.5 cms x 57.2 cms PROVENANCE.

Private Collection, Halifax, NS EXHIBITED.

London England War Exhibit, 1944 $%,"""&—&(,"""

)"% ADOLPHUS!GEORGE!BROOMFIELD"! O#S#A#"!R#C#A# GERMAN"SEARCHLIGHT"CONES#" RCAF"BOMBERS#"HALIFAX#"&TH"GROUP#" YORKSHIRE#"ENGLAND#"(+$%

oil on board signed; signed, titled and dated to the reverse 17.5 ins x 22.5 ins; 44.5 cms x 57.2 cms PROVENANCE.

Private Collection, Halifax, NS $%,"""&—&(,"""


)"( WILLIAM!KURELEK"!R#C#A# STUDY"FOR"IGLOO"BUILDING#"CIRCA"(+)0

graphite and green pen on paper titled and dated 12 ins x 9.25 ins; 30.5 cms x 23.5 cms PROVENANCE.

Private Collection, Ontario LITERATURE.

Kurelek, William. The Last of the Arctic. Toronto: Pagurian Press Limited, 1976. Illustrated page 58 $+,"""&—&/,"""

)"! WILLIAM!KURELEK"!R#C#A# STUDY"FOR"LEGEND"ABOUT"THE"ORIGIN" OF"THE"WHITE"MEN#"CIRCA"(+)0

pen and pencil Titled and dated 14 ins x 8 ins; 35.6 cms x 20.3 cms PROVENANCE.

Private Collection, Ontario LITERATURE.

Kurelek, William. The Last of the Arctic. Toronto: Pagurian Press Limited, 1976. Illustrated page 87 $+,"""&—&/,"""


)") WILLIAM!KURELEK"!R#C#A# STUDY"FOR"PASTURING"COWS#" CIRCA"(+)&

graphite on paper dated “c. 1976” sight 8 ins x 7.5 ins; 20.3 cms x 19.1 cms PROVENANCE.

Private Collection, Ontario LITERATURE.

Kurelek, William. A Prairie Boy’s Summer. Toronto: Tundra Books, 1975. Illustrated page 7 $),"""&—&*,"""

)"+ LOUISE!SCOTT DRAPEAU

oil on board signed 24 ins x 48 ins; 61 cms x 121.9 cms PROVENANCE.

Galerie Valentin, Montreal Private Collection, Montreal $!""&—&+""


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GIUSEPPE!BRAMATI! .ITALIAN"!ACTIVE!$%&&-$%+&/ TWO"WORKS2"‘ESQUIMAUX"DU"NORD" WEST"DE"LA"BAYE"D’HUDSON’"AND" ‘ESQUIMAUX’

each a hand coloured aquatint, titled in pencil, now framed, each sheet 10 x 14 in — 25.4 x 35.6 cm $%""&—&(""

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LT#!SAMUEL!GURNEY!CRESSWELL"! ROYAL!NAVY"!.BRITISH"!$%(--$%1-/ COMPLETE"SET"OF"EIGHT" CHROMOLITHOGRAPH"PRINTS

from ‘A Series of Eight Sketches in Colour, [...] of the Route of the Voyage of H.M.S. ‘Investigator’ during the Discovery of the North West Passage’: September 6th 1850; Bold Headland on Baring Island; H.M.S. Investigator in the pack, October 8th 1850; Critical position of H.M.S. Investigator on the North-Coast of Baring Island, August 20th 1851; H.M.S. Investigator running through a narrow channel in a snow storm, between grounded and pack ice, September 23rd 1851; Melville Island from Banks’ Land; Sledge-Party leaving H.M.S. Investigator in Mercy Bay, under command of Lieutenant Gurney Creswell, 15 April 1853; and Sledging over Hummocky Ice, April 1853,published at London, Day & Son. 1854, each framed, sight 14.5 x 17.25 in — 36.8 x 43.8 cm; sight 21 x 23.5 in — 53.3 x 59.7 cm View website for full catalogue details $#,"""&—&#,)""


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SET!OF!SIX!PRINTS!FROM! PICTURESQUE!CANADA"! $'TH!CENTURY

each a coloured wood cut engraving, including TORONTO FROM THE ISLAND; TORONTO FROM KINGSTON ROAD; TOWN OF NIAGARA ON THE LAKE, NIAGARA FALLS; HAMILTON AND BURLINGTON BAY FROM THE MOUNTAIN; NIAGARA FROM QUEENSTON HEIGHTS, each framed, each sight 7 x 9.75 in — 17.8 x 24.8 cm; frame 14 x 16 in — 35.6 x 40.6 cm $(""&—&+""

)#" AFTER!JOHN!WEBBER"!RA!.BRITISH"! $-+$-$-'*/ THE"INSIDE"OF"A"HOUSE"IN"NOOTKA" SOUND

copperplate engraving on wove paper, by J. Sharp a$er Webber’s drawing, from Capt. Cook’s A VOYAGE TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN...IN THE YEARS 1776...1780, 1785, sight 11 x 16.25 in — 27.9 x 41.3 cm; frame 17 x 24 in — 43.2 x 61 cm $#""&—&#)"


)## HIPPOLYTE!VICTOR!VALENTIN!SEBRON! .FRENCH"!$%&$-$%-'/"!FRENCH LES"CHUTES"DU"NIAGARA#"VUE" GENERALE"/"NIAGARA"FALLS#" GENERAL"VIEW#"(/0,

handcoloured aquatint with le#ers, engraved by Friedrich Salathe (1793-1858), published by William Schaus, Goupil & Co., New York, Paris, London & Berlin, 1852., Sight 23.25 x 37.25 in — 59.1 x 94 cm NOTE.

The French-born illustrator and painter, Sebron, visited Niagara Falls in 1850 and prepared views from the Canadian side which were engraved in Paris. While in the United States (1849-circa 1855) he painted American views, chiefly dioramas. Harper states there is some evidence that Sebron was in Canada from 1855 to 1863. $(""&—&!""

)#% THOMAS!SUTHERLAND! .BRITISH"!$-%+-$%*%/ THE"BATTLE"OF"QUEENSTON#"OCT!"(%#"(/(%

coloured engraving a$er a drawing by Major James Dennis, 49th foot regiment, of the ba#le at Niagara-on-the-Lake, published at London for I.W. Laird’s Martial Achievements, April 12th, 1836, sight 16 x 22 in — 40.6 x 55.9 cm; 23 x 29 in — 58.4 x 73.7 cm $%""&—&(""


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FRANZ!XAVIER!HABERMANN! .GERMAN"!$-($-$-'1/ TWO"WORKS2"VUE"DE"LA"HAUTE"VILLE"À" QUEBECK"&"VUE"DE"LA"PLACE"CAPITAL"À" QUEBECK

each a hand coloured engraved idealized view of Quebec City on wove paper, with text in German and French, framed, each sight 12.25 x 16.5 in — 31.1 x 41.9 cm; each sight 19.75 x 24 in — 50.2 x 61 cm NOTE.

The title the top is engraved backwards as the works were intended to be shown on a wall or screen using a “magic lantern”, an optical device that projected images by means of candles and mirrors. $)""&—&*""

)#! JAMES!PEACHEY! .BRITISH"!ACT#!$-%$-$-%+/ A"VIEW"OF"THE"CITY"OF"QUEBEC#" THE"CAPITAL"OF"CANADA#"TAKEN"FROM" THE"ROCK"ON"POINT"LEVI

aquatint with text on wove paper, sight 13.25 x 19.25 in — 33.7 x 48.9 cm; frame 19.75 x 26 in — 50.2 x 66 cm PROVENANCE.

Collection of Dr. Joe MacInnis, Toronto, ON The Roberts’ Art Gallery, 29 Grenville St., Toronto, ON, label verso LITERATURE.

F. St. George Spendlove, The Face of Early Canada Toronto, 1958, page 17. NOTE.

Spendlove speculates that the name on the print “Wm. Peachy” is used in error as there is no record of William Peachy having been in Canada. $%""&—&(""


)#) AFTER!GEORGE!BULTEEL!FISHER! .BRITISH"!$-1,–$%*,/ VIEW"OF"CAPE"DIAMOND#"PLAINS"OF" ABRAHAM#"AND"PART"THE"TOWN"OF" QUEBEC

coloured aquatint published by J.W. Edy, London. 1795, framed, 18.25 x 26 in — 46.4 x 66 cm; frame 20.25 x 28 in — 51.4 x 71.1 cm PROVENANCE.

Collection of Dr. Joe MacInnis, Toronto, ON $%""&—&(""

)#+ AFTER!RICHARD!SHORT! .BRITISH"!FL#!BEF#!$-+,!TO!AFT#!$-11/ ST!"PAUL’S"CHURCH#"HALIFAX#" NOVA"SCOTIA

copperplate engraving with text on wove paper with text: ‘To the Right Honourable Geroge Dunk, Earl of Halifax, THIS PLATE representing the Church of St. Paul and the PARADE at HALIFAX in Nova Scotia’s most humbly INSCRIBED by his MAJESTY’S Principle Secretary of State’ and ‘(Domenic) Serres pinx, Jn. (John) Fougeron, sculp.’ and dated 1777, framed, sight 14 x 20 in — 35.6 x 50.8 cm; frame 21.2 x 26 in — 53.8 x 66 cm PROVENANCE.

Collection of Dr. Joe MacInnis, Toronto, ON The Roberts’ Art Gallery, 29 Grenville St., Toronto, ON, label verso $%""&—&(""


)#* HENRI!ABRAHAM!CHATELAIN! .$1%,-$-,*/!AND!NICOLAS! GUEUDEVILLE!.$1+(-$-($/ DESCRIPTION"DES"CASTORS"&"DE"LEUR" INDUSTRIE#"DES"CANOTS#"HABITATIONS#" HABILLEMENS#"MANIERE"DE"VIVRE"DES" SAUVAGES"DU"CANADA

engraved leaf of text on laid paper with illustrations from Atlas Historique, ou Nouvelle Introduction a l’Histoire a la Chronologie & a la Geographie Ancienne & Modern, vol. VI, Amsterdam, 1705-1720, sight 17.5 x 19.75 in — 44.5 x 50.2 cm NOTE.

Title translation: Description of Beavers & Their Industry, Canoes, Dwellings, Clothing, Way of Living of the Indians of Canada $%""&—&(""

)#/ HENRI!JULIEN! .FRENCH-CANADIAN"!$%+(-$'&%/ LE"JEUNE"CANADA

lithographed political cartoon with text, from The Canadian Illustrated News, in double glazed frame, 15.4 x 22 in — 39.1 x 55.9 cm $/"&—&#%"


)#SET!OF!$1!FRAMED!LITHOGRAPHS THE"CANADIAN"PICTORIAL"AND" ILLUSTRATED"WAR"NEWS#"(//0

‘bombastically nationalistic’ coverage of Louis Riel’s North West Rebellion from the ‘Souvenir Numbers’ part I, July 4, 1885 and part II, August 29, 1885, illustrations by William Daniel Blatchly (1838-1903) and others, published by The Grip Printing and Publishing Company, Toronto, various sizes, largest frame 20.5 x 24.75 in — 52.1 x 62.9 cm $(""&—&!""

)%" AFTER!ROBERT!AUCHMUTY!SPROULE! .CANADIAN"!$-''-$%,+/ SAINT"JAMES’S"STREET#"MONTREAL

hand-coloured copperplate engraving, engraved by W.L. Leney, published by A. Bourne, Montreal, 1830, sight 11 x 15 in — 27.9 x 38.1 cm; frame 21.5 x 25.5 in — 54.6 x 64.8 cm $%""&—&(""


)%# GILLES!ROBERT!DE!VAUGONDY! .FRENCH"!$1%%–$-11/!OR!DIDIER! ROBERT!DE!VAUGONDY!.$-(*-$-%1/ CARTE"QUI"REPRESENTE"LES" DIFFÉRENTES"CONNOISSANCES"QUE" L’ON"A"EUES"DES"TERRES"ARCTIQUES" DEPUIS"(&0'"JUSQU’EN"()$)"AUSQUELLES" IL"FAUT"COMPARER"LA"CARTE"SUIVANTE" CTE"('

hand coloured copperplate engraving on laid paper, in quadrants depicting eastern Canada including Baffin Island, Hudson’s Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, a$er maps by Sanson, Delisle and Henry Ellis, NOTE.

The current lot depicts Vaugondy’s interpretation of the progression of the understanding of the geography of the area as it progressed from the mid 17th through to the mid 18th century. $(""&—&!""

)%% ANTONIO!ZATTA! .ITALIAN"!FL#!$-+--$-'-/ IL"CANADA"LE"COLONIE"INGLESI"CON" LA"LUIGIANA"E"FLORIDA"DI"NUOUVA" PROJEZIONE

hand coloured copperplate engraved map depicting the east coast of North America from Florida to Newfoundland and inland to ‘Messico’ including the Great Lakes, from the first edition of Za#a’s Atlante Novissimo, published at Venice, 1778, sight 12.75 x 16.5 in — 32.4 x 41.9 cm; frame 21.25 x 24.5 in — 54 x 62.2 cm $(""&—&!""


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TWO!BRITISH!SCHOOL!MAPS!OF! EASTERN!CANADA"! LATE!$%TH!CENTURY A"NEW"AND"ACCURATE"MAP"OF" THE"PROVINCE"OF"NOVA"SCOTIA"IN" NORTH"AMERICA"FROM"THE"LATEST" OBSERVATIONS#"&"A"NEW"AND"ACCURATE" MAP"OF"QUEBEC"AND"ITS"BOUNDARIES" FORM"A"LATE"SURVEY

each a hand coloured copperplate engraving on laid paper, each sight 10.75 x 13 in — 27.3 x 33 cm; each frame 16 x 16.5 in — 40.6 x 41.9 cm $%""&—&(""

)%! ISAAK!TIRION!.DUTCH"!$-&+-$-1+/ QUEBEK"DE"HOOFDSTAD"VAN"KANADA" AAN"DE"RIVIER"VAN"ST!"LAURENS

hand-coloured copperplate engraved map on laid paper detailing the 1759 Siege of Quebec (Ba#le of the Plains of Abraham) including positions of the British and French fleets, the placement of ba#eries on both sides of the St. Lawrence, the bombardment of Quebec and a key noting positions of major English forces in the ba#le, including Admiral Holmes, Admiral Sunders, General Monckton, Major Hardy, and General Wolfe, published at Amsterdam, 1765, NOTE.

A$er a three-month siege of the city by the British, the actual ba#le lasted only about 15 minutes. Both Generals Wolf and Montcalm were killed during the encounter. $(""&—&!""


)%) THOMAS!JEFFERYS! .BRITISH"!C#$-$'-$--$/ THE"SIEGE"OF"QUEBEC

hand coloured engraved topographic map detailing the 1759 Siege of Quebec (Ba#le of the Plains of Abraham) including positions of the British and French fleets, the placement of ba#eries on both sides of the St. Lawrence, the bombardment of Quebec and a key noting positions of the Defenses of Quebec, sight 13.25 x 19.75 in — 33.7 x 50.2 cm; sight 23.25 x 28.75 in — 59.1 x 73 cm NOTE.

The current lot is one of the first maps of the area to be printed in London following the news of the British victory on the Plains of Abraham and widely considered to be the most authoritative contemporary pictorial depiction of the series of events leading up to the ba#le, and the most important printed map in Canadian history. $%""&—&(""

)%+ LT#-COL#!JOSEPH!BOUCHETTE! .$--,-$%,$/ PLAN"OF"YORK"HARBOUR#"(/(0

engraved map of Toronto Islands and harbour, sight 6 x 9.75 in — 15.2 x 24.8 cm $%""&—&(""


)%* ‘HISTORICAL!MAP!OF!CANADA’!BY! PETER!R#!FURSE"!HAMPTON!VILLAGE"! NB"!$'1,

lithograph on paper, published by McLean-Hunter Publishing Co. Ltd., 22.5 x 29.5 in — 57.2 x 74.9 cm $/"&—&#%"

)%/ AUTOGRAPH!TRANSCRIPTION!OF! ‘BRAVE!WOLFE’"!C#$%&&

a fair copy in quill on one page of wove paper, wri#en in two columns on both sides, 12.5 x 7.75 in — 31.8 x 19.7 cm NOTE.

Widely considered to be the first and one of the finest native Anglo-Canadian ballads, and was very likely inspired by Benjamin West’s highly sentimentalised depiction of Wolfe’s 1759 death on the Plains of Abraham. $%""&—&(""


)%ROYAL!NAVY!APPOINTMENT!SIGNED! BY!VICE!ADMIRAL!GEORGE!VANDEPUT"! ‘CHIEF!OF!HIS!MAJESTY’S!SHIPS!AND! VESSELS!IN!THE!RIVER!ST#!LAURENCE"! THE!COAST!OF!NOVA!SCOTIA"!&C#’"! JULY!($ST"!$-'-

printed text and quill on parchment, appointing Thomas Lord Cochrane to Lieutenant of HMS ‘Resolute’, endorsed by the Admiral, framed, sheet 11 x 12 in — 27.9 x 30.5 cm; frame 21.25 x 21.5 in — 54 x 54.6 cm PROVENANCE.

Collection of Dr. Joe MacInnis, Toronto, ON NOTE.

HMS Resolution was a 74-gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 12 April 1770 at Deptford Dockyard. She was reported at Halifax, Nova Scotia on 17 May 1776 with Vice-Admiral Murray Wikipedia $%""&—&(""

)(" FAIR!COPY!OF!WILLIAM!OSGOODE’S! LAST!WILL!AND!TESTAMENT"! *&TH!AUG#"!$%$%

folio, seven ribbon bound pages, quill on laid paper, 16.75 x 13.25 in — 42.5 x 33.7 cm NOTE.

Excerpts: ...and whereas I am seized and possessed of diverse tracts or allotments of land amounting on the whole to twelve thousand acres situate in the Townships of Su#on and Po#on in the province of Lower Canada by virtue of his Majesty’s grant made to me and my heirs under the Broad Seal of the said Province...I do give... to William Frederick Gregg ...I desire to be interred at Harrow on the Hill or in some Village near London with as li#le Parade as Decency will allow... $(""&—&)""


)(# ARCHIVE!OF!NINE!NOTES!AND! LETTERS!AND!SIGNED!BY!CANADIAN! PRIME!MINISTERS"!$'&$-$'-1

View website for full catalogue details $)""&—&*""

)(% WILLIAM!LYON!MACKENZIE!KING!AND! LOUIS!ST#!LAURENT!SIGNED!NOTES"! $',%!&!,'

each on ‘Office of the Prime Minister’ le#erhead and in an addressed envelope, each sheet 7 x 4.75 in — 17.8 x 12.1 cm $#""&—&#)"


)(( JOHN!GRAY!.$%*--$'$-/!ONTARIO! HORTICULTURIST!AND!POLITICAL! FIGURE"!THREE!AUTOGRAPHED! LETTERS"!SIGNED"!RELATING!TO!THE! $%%,!US!PRESIDENTIAL!ELECTION

the first, (17th June, 1884) to James G. Blaine, Republican presidential candidate for US president, the second two (1st & 25th July, 1884) to Benjamin Franklin Jones, Chairman, National Republican Association, $#""&—&#)"

)(! FOUR!DOCUMENTS!RELATING!TO!THE! FENIAN!RAIDS"!$%11-$%-&

View website for full catalogue Details $(""&—&!""


)() ARCHIVE!OF!LETTERS!AND! DOCUMENTS!TO!AND!RELATING!TO! JOHN!URIAH!GREGORY!.$%*&-$'$*/"! QUEBEC!AGENT!FOR!THE!CANADIAN! DEPARTMENT!OF!MARINE!AND! FISHERIES

a wide variety of le#ers, notes, invitations, telegrams, etc., mostly from politicians, dignitaries and aristocrats View website for full catalogue details $)""&—&*""

)(+ LARGE!ARCHIVE!OF!DOCUMENTS! RELATING!TO!THE!LEGAL!PRACTICE! OF!THE!HONOURABLE!THOMAS!GALT"! TORONTO"!.$%$+-$'&$/

View website for full cataluge details various sizes, largest 13 x 8.5 in — 33 x 21.6 cm $(""&—&)""


)(* ARCHIVE!OF!DOCUMENTS!AND! RELATING!TO!MCCUAIG!FAMILY! LAND!TRANSACTIONS"! PICTON"!ONT#"!$%1%-$%%1

including an 1868 indenture signed by McCuaig and his wife Maria Augusta, a second (partial) indenture dated 1882 between Simeon McCuaig, manager of the River St. Laurence Steamboat Company and Elisha B. Smith, a le#er dated 4 January 1886, signed by a representative of the Department of Indian Affairs to Augustus Findlay McCuaig concerning the transfer of Timber Island (Prince Edward County) to his ownership, a commission dated 20th Febry, 1884 appointing Augustus McCuaig to Deputy Marshall of the Maritime Court of Ontario on Department of the Secretary of State le#erhead, and an autographed le#er signed by Charles Vaughn Foster Bliss on Minister of Customs le#erhead, various sizes, largest 12.75 x 8 in — 32.4 x 20.3 cm $%""&—&(""

)(/ PROVINCE!OF!CANADA"!DISTRICT!OF! MONTREAL"!CHAMBRES!DES!NOTAIRES! DOCUMENT!OF!APPOINTMENT!DATED! OCT#!$%"!$%+%

quill on vellum with seal, ribbon and multiple signatures appointing Ulric Giguère to the position of Notary Pulbic for Lower Canada, 11.75 x 17.25 in — 29.8 x 43.8 cm $/"&—&#%"


)(HUDSON’S!BAY!COMPANY!FIVE! SHILLINGS!PROMISSORY!NOTE"! $$!MAY!$%(&

issued at York Factory, Rupert’s Land, numbered 986 and endorsed by William Williams, (HBC) Governor, William Smith, Secretary and John Spencer, Accountant, note 4.75 x 9.25 in — 12.1 x 23.5 cm NOTE.

The current lot is an very early example of an HBC note, having been issued in May of 1820, the year of their introduction. HBC promissory notes remained in circulation until 1870 when the Dominion of Canada began minting coinage. $%""&—&(""

)!" THREE!COLONIAL!BANK!OF!CANADA! BANKNOTES"!$%+'

comprising $2, $3 and $4 examples, each with two endorsements (E.C. Hopkins and Wm. Be#es) and dated, $#""&—&#)"


)!# UNCUT!SHEET!OF! ,&!CANADIAN!4$!BILLS"!C#$'%'

27.5 x 24 in — 69.9 x 61 cm $/"&—&#%"

)!% CO-OPERATIVE!COMMONWEALTH! FEDERATION!.C#C#F#/!CAMPAIGN! BANNER"!C#$'*, VOTE"FOR"WALTER"HILL#" C!C!F"CANDIDATE

red block text printed on linen, 20 x 40 in — 50.8 x 101.6 cm $#""&—&#)"


)!( TWO!WWII!ERA!CANADIAN!VICTORY! LOAN!FLAGS"!,TH!AND!%TH! CAMPAIGNS"!$',*!AND!$',+

each of piecework linen consturction. with hemp lanyard, 48 x 104 in — 121.9 x 264.2 cm $#)"&—&%)"

)!! THE!FLAG!DEBATE! ‘PEARSON!PENNANT’"!$'1,

silk screened nylon, designed by heraldic expert Alan Beddoe, and proposed to parliament by Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, 13.5 x 22 in — 34.3 x 55.9 cm $/"&—&#%"


)!) LARGE!CANADIAN!RED!ENSIGN"!$'&-

of pieced linen construction bearing the provincial crests of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Manitoba, British Columbia and Prince Edward Island in the circular charge on the fly, 51 x 108 in — 129.5 x 274.3 cm $%""&—&(""

)!+ LARGE!CANADIAN!FLAG"! MID!(&TH!CENTURY

of Peace Tower scale and pieced and silk screened nylon construction, 84 x 180 in — 213.4 x 457.2 cm $#""&—&#)"


)!* THREE!CANADIAN!THEMED!MOVIE! POSTERS)!‘NORTHERN!PURSUIT’!.$',*/"! ‘CANADIAN!PACIFIC’!.$','/!AND! ‘THE!CANADIANS’!.$'1$/

largest 40 x 30 in — 101.6 x 76.2 cm $#)"&—&%)"

)!/ ROBERT!E#!PEARY!.$%+1-$'(&/ THE"NORTH"POLE

4to., 326pp., first edition, portrait frontispiece, full title, introduction by Theodore Roosevelt, 64 half tone illustrations, deckle front edge in green cloth boards with impressed gilt profile portrait, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1910, 10.1 x 8 in — 25.7 x 20.3 cm PROVENANCE.

Ex Library of Dr. Joe MacInnis, Toronto, ON $%""&—&(""


)!ROALD!AMUNDSEN!.$%-(-$'(%/ THE"SOUTH"POLE

two vols., 8vo., first English edition, half title, portrait frontispiece, full title, 6 maps and charts (4 folding), a diagram of the journey, and 99 photographic plates, gilt top edge in red cloth boards embossed with Norwegian flag: London, John Murray, “ Albemarle Street, W., 1912, 9.25 x 7 in — 23.5 x 17.8 cm PROVENANCE.

Ex Library of Dr. Joe MacInnis, Toronto, ON $(""&—&!""

))" SIR!JOHN!FRANKLIN"! CAPTAIN!R#N#"!F#R#S# NARRATIVE"OF"A"JOURNEY"TO"THE" SHORES"OF"THE"POLAR"SEA"IN"THE" YEARS"(/(+#",'#",(#"AND",,

4to, full title, 41 plates including 12 aquatints, four fold out maps, marbleised endpapers and half calf boards, ribbed, titled and dated spine, London: John Murray, 1823, 11.3 x 9 in — 28.8 x 22.9 cm $#,"""&—&#,)""


))# WILLIAM!HENRY!GILDER! .AMERICAN"!$%*%-$'&&/ SCHWATKA’S"SEARCH#""SLEDGING"IN"THE" ARCTIC"IN"QUEST"OF"THE"FRANKLIN" RECORDS

8vo., first edition, half title, portrait frontispiece, full title, numerous maps, 29 illustrations in pictorial tooled linen boards, 9.5 x 6.25 in — 24.1 x 15.9 cm $#""&—&#)"

))% DR#!EDWARD!LAWTON!MOSS! .BRITISH"!$%,*-$%%&/ SHORES"OF"THE"POLAR"SEA2" A"NARRATIVE"OF"THE"ARCTIC" EXPEDITION"OF"(/)0-&

folio, first edition, red and black full title, 16 chromolithograph tipped-in plates, 28 ‘sketches’ on gilt edged pages in pictorial blue linen boards, London: Marcus Ward & Co., 1878, 19.5 x 13.75 in — 49.5 x 34.9 cm $)""&—&*""


))( D#!MURRAY!SMITH"!F#R#G#S# ARCTIC"EXPEDITIONS"FROM"BRITISH"AND" FOREIGN"SHORES"FROM"THE"EARLIEST" TIMES"TO"THE"EXPEDITION"OF"(/)0-)&

4to., illustrated frontispiece, full title, half title, 824pp. 26 tinted lithographed full page plates, 2 fold-out maps, in brass bound embossed and gilt pictorial leather boards with clasps, Southampton: Charles H. Calvert, 1877, PROVENANCE.

Ex Library of Dr. Joe MacInnis, Toronto, ON $(""&—&!""

))! FRANK!RUSSELL"! .AMERICAN"!$%1%-$'&*/ EXPLORATIONS"IN"THE"FAR"NORTH1" BEING"THE"REPORT"OF"AN"EXPEDITION" UNDER"THE"AUSPICES"OF"THE" UNIVERSITY"OF"IOWA"DURING" THE"YEARS"(/+,#"‘+%"AND"‘+$

8vo., portrait frontispiece, fold out chart, illustrated, paper bound, Iowa University Press, 1908, 9.75 x 6.5 in — 24.8 x 16.5 cm PROVENANCE.

Royal Society of Edinburgh (stamp) $#""&—&#)"


))) CAPTAIN!ALBERT!HASTINGS!MARKHAM! .BRITISH"!$%,$-$'$%/ THE"GREAT"FROZEN"SEA

8vo., first edition, illustrated frontispiece with tissue guard, full title, dedication page, 5 full page plates, 29 woodcuts, fold out chart, in tooled pictorial blue linen boards London: Daldy, Isbister & Co., 1878, $(""&—&)""

))+ J#!ARTHUR!BAIN FRIDTJOF"NANSEN-SCIENTIST"AND" EXPLORER

12mo., 290pp., portrait frontispiece, full title, illustrated, in green tooled cloth bevelled boards, London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd., 1897, 7.5 x 5.5 in — 19.1 x 14 cm PROVENANCE.

Ex Library of Dr. Joe MacInnis, Toronto, ON $/"&—&#%"


))* W#!C#!BRÖGGER!AND! NORDAHL!ROLFSEN FRITJOF"NANSEN"-"(/&(-(/+%

8vo., 402pp., profusely illustrated, in silver tooled green linen boards, London, New York and Bombay, Longmans, Green, and Co., 1896, 9.25 x 6.75 in — 23.5 x 17.1 cm $/"&—&#%"

))/ ROALD!AMUNDSEN! .NORWEGIAN"!$%-(-$'(%/ THE"NORTHWEST"PASSAGE#"BEING"THE" RECORD"OF"A"VOYAGE"OF"EXPLORATION" OF"THE"SHIP"“GJØA”#"(+'%-(+')"BY" ROALD"AMUNDSEN"WITH"A"SUPPLEMENT" BY"FIRST"LIEUTENANT"HANSEN#"VICECOMMANDER"OF"THE"EXPEDITION

2 vols., 8vo., 1st edition, portrait frontipiece, full title, 68 illustrations and two fold out charts, in tooled green linen boards, London: Archibald Constable and Company Limited, 1908, 9.5 x 7 in — 24.1 x 17.8 cm PROVENANCE.

Henry Sotheran Limited, London, July 19, 1988 (receipt) $%""&—&(""


))ADOLPHUS!WASHINGTON!GREELY! .AMERICAN"!$%,,-$'*+/ THREE"YEARS"OF"ARCTIC"SERVICE2"AN" ACCOUNT"OF"THE"LADY"FRANKLIN"BAY" EXPEDITION"OF"(//(-/$

2 vols., 8vo, first edition, illustrated frontispieces, full titles, 40 full plates plus numerous inset illustrations, folding map in back cover pocket of vol. II, in pictorial blue linen boards, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1886, $%""&—&(""

)+" AGNES!DEANS!CAMERON! .CANADIAN"!$%1*-$'$(/

THE NEW NORTH; BEING SOME ACCOUNT OF A WOMAN’S JOURNEY THROUGH ARCTIC CANADA 8vo., first edition, half title, portrait frontispiece, fill title, profusely illustrated, in green linen boards with applied paper map, New York and London: D. Appleton and Company, 1910, NOTE.

In 1908, having accepted a post with Western Canada Immigration Association, Cameron, accompanied by her niece Jessie Brown, embarked on a 10,000 mile journey to the Arctic Ocean and back, and is said to be the first ‘white’ woman to do so. $#""&—&#)"


)+# DAVID!T#!HANBURY!.$%1,-$'$&/ SPORT"AND"TRAVEL"IN"THE" NORTHLAND"OF"CANADA

4vo., 318pp., illustrated frontispiece, and profusely illustrated throughout including 5 colour plates and two pull out maps, in red cloth board, New York: The MacMillan Company, London: Edward Arnold, 1904, 9 x 6 in — 22.9 x 15.2 cm $/"&—&#%"

)+% FOUR!VOLUMES!ON!PACIFIC! NORTHWEST!AND!ARCTIC! EXPLORATION! $'TH!AND!(&TH!CENTURIES

Gabriel Frenchère (Canadian, 1786-1863) NARRATIVE OF A VOYAGE TO THE NORTHWEST COAST OF AMERICA IN THE YEARS 1811, 1812, 1813, AND 1814 New York, Redfield, 1854 Elisha Kane Kent (American, 1820-1857) ARCTIC EXPLORATIONS: THE SECOND GRINNELL EXPEDITION IN SEARCH OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN, 1853, ‘54, ‘55 London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1861 Robert Huish (British, 1777-1850) THE LAST EXPEDITION OF CAPTN. SIR JOHN ROSS FOR THE DISCOVERY OF A NORTH WEST PASSAGE London, George Virtue, c.1860 Major Harwood Steele (Canadian, son of Sam Steele) POLICING THE ARCTIC Toronto, The Ryerson Press, 1936 $#""&—&#)"


)+( VARIOUS!AUTHORS TWO"TITLES"RELATING"TO"ARCTIC" EXPLORATION

Ernest Thompson Seton (British-Canadian, 1860-1946) THE ARCTIC PRAIRIES (first edition) New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1911 Paul Leland Haworth (American, 1876-1936) TRAILMAKERS OF THE NORTHWEST New York: Harcourt, Brace adn Company, 1921, larger 8.75 x 6 in — 22.2 x 15.2 cm $#""&—&#)"

)+! WARBURTON!MAYER!PIKE!.$%1$-$'$+/ THE"BARREN"GROUND"OF"NORTHERN" CANADA

8vo., first edition, 300pp., half and full titles, deckle edged in green cloth boards, London, MacMillan and Co., 1892, 9 x 6 in — 22.9 x 15.2 cm PROVENANCE.

Ex Library of Dr. Joe MacInnis, Toronto, ON $#""&—&#)"


)+) LIEUTENANT!SHERARD!OSBORNE!AND! FREDERICK!MCDOUGALL!.EDITORS/ THE"ILLUSTRATED"ARCTIC"NEWS#" PUBLISHED"ON"BOARD"H!M!S!"RESOLUTE2" CAPTN!"HORATIO"T!"AUSTIN#"C!B!"IN" SEARCH"OF"THE"EXPEDITION"UNDER"SIR" JOHN"FRANKLIN#"FACSIMILE#" LATE",'TH"CENTURY

folio, first edition, lithographed facsimile of the illustrated monthly newspaper issued on board the H.M.S. Resolute from October, 1850 through March, 1851, 19 x 12 in — 48.3 x 30.5 cm $/""&—&#,%""

)++ CANADIAN!PERIODICAL THE"NEW"DOMINION"MONTHLY

2 vols. 8vo., illustrated, in half calf marbled boards, Montreal, John Dougall & Son, 1869, 1871, 8.75 x 6.5 in — 22.2 x 16.5 cm PROVENANCE.

James Clark, Cedar Grove, Ontario (pencil inscription) $/"&—&#%"


)+* CANADIAN!PERIODICAL FARMER’S"ADVOCATE"AND" HOME"MAGAZINE

2 vols., folio, in half calf marbled boards, London, Ont., 1883-4, 1885, 12.25 x 9.75 in — 31.1 x 24.8 cm $/"&—&#%"

)+/ DONALD!W#!BUCHANAN CANADIAN"PAINTERS

folio, ‘From Paul Kane to the Group of Seven’. with publishers inserted page ‘This Copy Has Been Printed for The Right Hon. Vincent Massey , P.C., High Commissioner for Canada’, London, The Phaidon Press, 1945, PROVENANCE.

Ex Libris Vincent Massey (bookplate) $#""&—&#)"


)+‘LEADING!CANADIAN!MEDICAL!MEN’ THE"FAMILY"PHYSICIAN1"OR#"EVERY"MAN" HIS"OWN"DOCTOR

8vo., 344pp., illustrated, in blue linen boards with tooled title, Toronto: Rose Publishing Company, 1889, $/"&—&#%"

)*" WILLIAM!CLYDE!CALDWELL’S!LANARK! GRISTMILL!DAY!BOOK"!LANARK! COUNTY"!ON#!$%1$-$%%1

half calf cloth boards, lined blue ledger pages, 16.9 x 7.5 in — 43 x 19 cm $#)"&—&%)"


)*# THE!EMPIRE!MARKETING!BOARD A"BOOK"OF"EMPIRE"DINNERS#"(+,/

‘comprising two seasonable menus for each month of the year’ inscribed: ‘ Norah E. Michener, La Présidence, O#awa, 1960. Given to me By Dorothy, Lady Allen of Oxford’, 7.5 x 6 in — 19.1 x 15.2 cm PROVENANCE.

Bookplate: Ex Libris Norah Willis Michener $/"&—&#%"

)*% COMPILED!BY!J#!HERBERT!HODGINS! ET!AL WOMEN"AT"WAR

folio, 190pp of profusely illustrated Canadian propaganda with full page advertisements throughout, in blue linen boards with gilt title to cover, published at Montreal and Toronto by The Maclean Publishing Company, Limited, 1943, 14 x 10.25 in — 35.6 x 26 cm $#""&—&#)"


)*( GRAEME!MERCER!ADAM! .SCOTTISH/CANADIAN"!$%*'-$'$(/ CANADA’S"PATRIOT"STATESMAN"-"THE" LIFE"AND"CAREER"OF"THE"RIGHT" HONOURABLE"SIR"JOHN"A!"MACDONALD

4to., 613pp., illustrated frontispiece with tissue guard, full title, dedication page, 24 plates, marbleised end papers and edges, in half leather cloth boards with tooled spine cap, $#""&—&#)"

)*! PRESENTATION!COPY!TO! PRIME!MINISTER!JOHN!THOMPSON!OF! SIR!JOSEPH!POPE’S!!MEMOIRS!OF!THE! RIGHT!HONOURABLE! SIR!JOHN!A#!MACDONALD"!$%',

2 vols., 8vo., portrait frontispieces, full titles, deckle edged pages in blue linen boards with gilt Canada Company coat of arms, inscribed by the author to Prime Minister John Thompson, with a note on Privy Council le#erhead (glued down to the endpaper) from the author to Lady Thompson, published at O#awa, Durie & Son, 1894, 9 x 6.25 in — 22.9 x 15.9 cm PROVENANCE.

Inscribed by the author to Prime Minister John Thompson, 1894 $%""&—&(""


)*) TWO!VICTORIAN!MILITARY!POCKET! BOOKS"!$%-& RIFLE"EXERCISES"&"MUSKETRY" INSTRUCTION"AND"FIELD"EXERCISE#"(/)'

32mo., each leather bound with brass clasp, 4.7 x 3.3 in — 12 x 8.5 cm $#""&—&#)"

)*+ JAMES!DAVID!EDGAR!!.CANADIAN"! $%,$-$%''/ THE"WHITE"STONE"CANOE2"A"LEGEND"OF" THE"OTTAWAS

12mo., first edition, 54pp., illustrated by W.D. Blatchly, cord bound in embossed paper boards with ornate gilt title, Toronto, The Toronto News Company, 1885, 6.9 x 5.5 in — 17.5 x 14 cm $#""&—&#)"


)** GEORGE!MONRO!GRANT"!D#!D#"! .CANADIAN"!$%*+-$'&(/ PICTURESQUE"CANADA

in one volume, folio, 880pp., illustrated frontispiece, full title, 500+ woodcuts, Toronto, James Clark publisher, 1882, 12.2 x 9.75 in — 31 x 24.8 cm $%""&—&(""

)*/ ATHABASCAN!BENT!SPRUCE DOG!SLED"! LATE!$'TH/EARLY!(&TH!CENTURY

of continuous flexible construction with uprights as branches growing out of the trunk runners, 34.5 x 84 x 31.5 in — 87.6 x 213.4 x 80 cm PROVENANCE.

First People’s Museum of the American Indian and Eskimo; Cowan’s Auctions, Cincinnati OH, 2004; Private Collection, Toronto $(""&—&)""


)*THE!TORONTO!TELEGRAM! NEWSPAPER!STAND"!C#$'1+

galvanized steel wire, and enamelled tin, with two copies of the last issue, 42.5 x 19 x 14.5 in — 108 x 48.3 x 36.8 cm $#)"&—&%)"

)/" EATON’S!DELIVERY!TRUCK!SIGN"! LATE!(&TH!CENTURY

lacquered aluminium 7 x 35 in — 17.8 x 88.9 cm $/"&—&#%"


)/# COSTUME!FOR!THE!CHARACTER! ‘COUNT!ALMAVIVA’!FROM!OPERA! ATELIER’S!PRODUCTION!OF!MOZART’S! ‘THE!MARRIAGE!OF!FIGARO’"!(&&*

costume design by Dora Rust-D’Eye, $(""&—&!""

)/% COSTUME!TUNIC!FOR!THE!TITLE! CHARACTER!IN!OPERA!ATELIER’S! PRODUCTION!OF!MOZART’S! ‘DON!GIOVANNI’"!(&&,

costume design by Dora Rust-D’Eye, $#""&—&%""


)/( COSTUME!TUNIC!AND!HAT!FOR!THE! CHARACTER!‘LEPORELLO’!IN!OPERA! ATELIER’S!PRODUCTION!OF!MOZART’S! ‘DON!GIOVANNI’"!(&&,

costume design by Dora Rust-D’Eye, $#""&—&%""

)/! COSTUME!FOR!A!CHARACTER!IN! OPERA!ATELIER’S!PRODUCTION!OF! MOZART’S!‘DON!GIOVANNI’"!(&&,

costume design by Dora Rust-D’Eye, $(""&—&!""


)/) COSTUME!FOR!A!CHARACTER!IN! OPERA!ATELIER’S!PRODUCTION!OF! MOZART’S!‘DON!GIOVANNI’"!(&&,

costume design by Dora Rust-D’Eye, $(""&—&!""

)/+ COSTUME!FOR!THE!TITLE!CHARACTER! IN!OPERA!ATELIER’S!PRODUCTION!OF! MONTEVERDI’S!‘L’INCORONAZIONE! DI!POPPEA’"!(&&(

costume design by Dora Rust-D’Eye, $(""&—&!""


)/* COSTUME!FOR!THE!CHARACTER! ‘OTTONE’!IN!OPERA!ATELIER’S! PRODUCTION!OF!MONTEVERDI’S! ‘L’INCORONAZIONE!DI!POPPEA’"!(&&,

costume design by Dora Rust-D’Eye, $(""&—&!""

)// COSTUME!FOR!THE!CHARACTER! ‘LIBERTO’!IN!OPERA!ATELIER’S! PRODUCTION!OF!MONTEVERDI’S! ‘L’INCORONAZIONE!DI!POPPEA’"!(&&(

costume design by Dora Rust-D’Eye, $(""&—&!""


)/COSTUME!FOR!A!CHARACTER!IN! OPERA!ATELIER’S!PRODUCTION!OF! MOZART’S!‘ORFEO’"!$'%1

costume design by Dora Rust-D’Eye for the company’s premier performance, $(""&—&!""

)-" COSTUME!FOR!THE!TITLE!CHARACTER! IN!OPERA!ATELIER’S!UNMOUNTED! PRODUCTION!OF!MONTEVERDI’S! ‘IL!RITORNO!D’ULISSE’"!$''$

costume design by Dora Rust-D’Eye, $(""&—&!""


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AUCTION'ADVICE

For auction advice on paintings, drawings, prints, jewellery, and various forms of decorative arts and other collectibles, please feel free to contact us via email or telephone. We are pleased to review emails containing photographs and information on your pieces in order to provide auction estimates for you to consider. For collections with a variety of objects, please contact our Appraisals and Consignments department (consignments@waddingtons. ca). For department-specific inquiries, please contact the specialist and/or department directly. All contact information can be found at www.waddingtons.ca. Our offices are located in Toronto and Vancouver, but our specialists occasionally travel to major Canadian cities to meet with prospective consignors. To receive more information on Valuation Days across Canada or to arrange an appointment, please contact our Toronto office (',)-%$'-#,$$). Please note that property typically 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, se0ing forth terms and fees for our services.


Conditions of Sale !"#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. %"# Each lot sold is subject to a 20% buyers premium as part of the purchase price. &"# 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).

)" 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 a*endance at the sale. +"# 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 a,er 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, a,er 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, a,er which storage charges may be incurred.

'" 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.

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.

("# 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.

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 wri*en opinion of such person is presented to the auctioneer to the effect that the lot is not genuine or authentic, accompanied by a wri*en 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 dra,, 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 resale 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 a*ribute 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.