Antique Auction Sale
Saturday January 10, 2009 Beginning at 10 AM
Preview Sale Day From 8 AM
To be held at the Napanee Lions Club hall on Centre St. in the town of Napanee Ont., the hall can be reached from Hwy. 401 by taking the Hwy. 49 interchange at Napanee and proceeding south on Hwy. 41 (Centre St.), through the town, over the Napanee River, through the next set of traffic lights and proceed approximately 100 yards on your left to the auction site.
Featured in the auction will be a selection of oil paintings and watercolours by Canadian, British and European artists to include Canadians Homer Ransford Watson ( 1855-1936 ), T. Mower Martin, Farquhar McGillivray Knowles ( 1859-1932 ) and from Britain and the European continent artists to include John Colin Forbes ( 1846-1925 ), Robert Winchester Fraser ( 1848-1906 ), Claudius von Schraudolph ( 1813-1891 ), Charles Hoguet ( 1821-1870 ), John Mallord Bromley ( active 1876-1904 ), Zacharie Noterman ( 1820-1890 ), Paul Flaconer Poole ( 1807-1879 ), etc., a flat to the wall pine cupboard from Dumbro Ontario in it’s original painted finish and purchased from the Henimaders approximately 30 years ago and still in as found condition, two figured maple lamp tables, etc., from a Montreal source a varied selection of antique furnishing and accessories to include small inlaid jewellery box, several Quebec merchant crocks including examples from St. Jean, P.Q., a framed 19th Century map of Canada, a great water colour of the St. Lawrence River near Montreal showing a native in a canoe on the Caughnawauga side of the river and ships under sail. 19th.C, an inlaid games board, a Quebec wooden tobacco jar lined with stone. 19th.C, a good early pull toy with a carved and painted deer.C.1900, a carved and painted ‘bas relief’ in pine, by J. Hamelin, Montreal P.Q., an early plant stand in original colour, oil painting by Blanche Bolduc, Baie St. Paul, a rare oil painting by Yvonne Bolduc, Baie St. Paul., a great carved diorama of men pulling a tree stump with an ox by Paul Emile Caron, St. J. P. Joli, a 19th c. cutlery box in old red colour, a large carved and painted trout by Stanley Bouchard, Baie St. Paul, Que., an early cylinder Gramophone, a chip carved bracket shelf. 19th C., a dolls dresser in old salmon colour c. 1900, a great 19th Century needle point with a large cat, a large cutlery box in old red colour. 19th c., a good early hickory splint buttocks basket from Nova Scotia, a 19’th century chip carved Amerindian box with traces of original colour, a 19’th century oval box; Mic Mac, a round beaded covered box, a magnificent 19th c. tobacco cutter: decorated in Bronze with a man taking snuff, two canoe cups; including a signed one by Emilien St. Georges, several good, large Port Neuf bowls, an unusual figural match safe with the head of a horse, three carvings by Rene Dandurand, Valleyfield, Quebec, a 19th map of Canada incl. New Brunswick, a collection of tin trucks by Marx, Structo, Buddy L, etc including a Texaco oil truck, several early Marx mechanical wind ups including the duck, race car and the motorcycle circus rider, a rare 19thc, cast iron trivet with fire house symbols, in old colour, a rare carved bird by Leo Morisette, an unusual and rare ship in a bottle c.1910 with a train and bridge from Quebec City, a fine and rare Quebec hollow body rooster weather vane; in old colour. 19’th century, several early Quebec hooked mats including a beaver, a dog, a horse and village scene, a great early Quebec Game board with Parcheesi and Snakes and Ladders, a fabulous 1930’s Quebec folk art game table with a Monopoly Game, a Parcheesi Board and a Checker board, the whole decorated with birds, butterflies and flowers, a magnificent c. 1910 bird cage from Quebec in the shape of a church, decorated with birds and animals and electrified, a 19th c. Crucifix in polychromed pine found in Montreal, an important 19th century Montreal church carving of a Pope (attributed to Jobin), two early folk art swords; made from sword fish, from Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (one painted and decorated with sea scenes), a very fine large watercolour by T. Mower Martin of a Native Indian Camp by the water, a life size carving of a Canada Goose attributed to Laviolette, a rare 19th century pine saw buck table from Nova Scotia in original colour, from eastern Ontario we will offer a selection of Picton stoneware crocks to include an outstanding 5 gal. crock jug with the “Tree of Life” decoration in blue slip and signed J S Edgar, Druggist Napanee, a 2 gal. storage crock from marked with a number two in blue slip above a date of 1873 also in slip, a two gal. storage crock with the number two inside the flower and marked with a Napanee merchant’s name, an eight gal. bird crock marked G I Lazier, Picton CW, a small brown storage crock marked “From A Davis Napanee CW”, a small selection of wooden decoys from Ontario and Quebec to include a Davy Nichol blue bill. A green wing teal by J. Baker Trenton Ont., a Hires Root beer dispenser crock from an early general store, a selection of pewter, wrought iron, early lighting and lighting from the coal oil era, a selection of framed Canadian prints from a corporate collection to include Place d’Armes, Montreal. chromolithograph by Leney & Bourne, after Robert A. Sproule. 1871, View of the Harbour of Montreal. Chromolithograph by Leney & Bourne, after Robert A. Sproule. 1871. View of Montreal, Chromolithograph by Leney & Bourne, after Robert A. Sproule. 1871. Notre Dame Street Montreal, Chromolithograph by Leney & Bourne, after Robert A. Sproule. 1871, View of the Champ de Mars, Montreal. Chromolithograph by Leney & Bourne, after Robert A. Sproule. 1871, Currier & Ives. Falls of the Ottawa River. Ca. 1870's. Hand-coloured lithograph, Currier & Ives. In the Northern Wilds, Trapping Beaver. Ca. 1870's. Hand-coloured lithograph, Currier & Ives. The Bridge at the Outlet, Lake Memphremagog. Ca. 1870's. Hand-coloured lithograph, Currier & Ives. On the St. Lawrence, Indian Encampment. Ca. 1870's. Hand-coloured lithograph, Currier & Ives. View on the St. Lawrence. Ca. 1870's. Hand-coloured lithograph, Original sepia wash drawing, unsigned, circa late 19th century, titled: "Ottawa", Original sepia wash drawing, unsigned, circa late 19th century, titled: "Prairies de l’Ontario", Original sepia wash drawing, unsigned, circa late 19th century, titled: "La chute du Rideau dans l’Ottawa,” Original sepia wash drawing, unsigned, circa late 19th century, titled: "Canots d’ecoree du Lac Superieur,” Original sepia wash drawing, unsigned, circa late 19th century, titled: "Le No. 398 rue Wilbrod" [Ottawa], Original sepia wash drawing, unsigned, circa late 19th century, titled: "La Riviere du Rideau,” Original sepia wash drawing, unsigned, circa late 19th century, titled: "Le Parliament d’Ottawa vu de la riviere,” etc., quilts, hooked mats including examples of Grenville rugs, plus many more items too numerous to list.
Terms: cash, cheque with two forms of ID, Visa, MasterCard and Interac.
A 10% buyer’s premium will be applied to the hammer price.
Auctioneers: Tim Potter, Brad Snider and Cec Knight.
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