AUCTION 42 – FALL 2016

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MS001 Beaver Band Goblet

Minimum Bid: $500

Range:$800-1000

Sold: $950

The Beaver Band is the most highly sought-after goblet for Canadian collectors. Decorated with beavers and maple leaves! Made by the Excelsior Glass Company of St Johns and Montreal, Quebec. Embossed along the base: St. Jean Baptiste, Quebec, 4 Juin 1880. This an exceptional example of this rare goblet. Mint condition. Clear coloured glass with no amethyst tint. No straw lines or wear and a nice straight stem. You will find none better!

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MS002 Heuther - Berlin

Minimum Bid: $150

Range:$200-300

Sold: $160

This auction we are pleased to offer three early advertising glasses from Ontario breweries. These are all small glasses - 3 1/2" tall. This first one is from the Lion Brewery in Berlin, W. Heuther proprietor. Picture of the brewery. The etching on this glass is faint but quite legible. The glass is pristine. A rare glass.

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MS003 Carling - London

Minimum Bid: $150

Range:$200-300

Sold: $150

This glass is from the Carling Brewery of London. Beautifully acid etched with their malteze trademark flanked by award medals. Mint condition. Still retains a bit of the gold around the rim.

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MS004 O'Keefes - Toronto

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: $100

This glass is from the O'Keefe's Brewery of Toronto. Strong etching with an image that makes their brewery look to have been immense! Mint condition.

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MS005 Large Early Pail Bench

Minimum Bid: $500

Range:$800-1000

Sold: $950

In this auction we have quite a few crocks from one collection. These were displayed on some of the loveliest early pail benches I have seen. I am thrilled to be offering this killer threesome. The first of these is a large bench - 42 1/2" long, 44 1/2" tall, and 12 1/2" deep. Found in the Owen Sound area. Mix of square and round nails. Old grey overpaint on an original red. There is just the one thin layer of overpaint that could be removed. Excellent condition. Small piece of the top board missing at the back left rear. Curious oval shaped areas of wear on the sides over certain nail spots. This is an impressive bench.

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MS006 Medium Early Pail Bench

Minimum Bid: $400

Range:$600-800

Sold: $500

This bench measures 43 1/2" wide, 32 1/2" tall, and 14 1/4" deep. Came from a farm in Kitchener. Scraped down to the original rough blue finish. Whoever did the work was careful to leave as much of the original blue as possible. This piece is not scraped down in areas that are not visible (the back boards and the underside of shelves). On these surfaces there is one layer of white paint. Definitely an early bench. Mix of square and round nails. Great cut out foot treatment to the sides! I love the surface on this bench, early and crude.

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MS007 Small Early Pail Bench

Minimum Bid: $200

Range:$300-400

Sold: $210

This small bench measures 24" wide, 32 3/4" tall, and 11" deep. This is likely the earliest of the three. Most of the nails have rose heads, though there are square as well. Tremendous surface with nothing but honest wear. This bench was a red colour that has almost completely faded out everywhere but on the back boards. A beautiful early untouched bench. This one was found in Pennsylvania.

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MS008 Bloom - Kingston

Minimum Bid: $250

Range:$400-500

Sold: $250

A mallard hen decoy carved by Reg Bloom of Kingston. Great carving and fabulous paint! Excellent condition. There is an "R" stamped on the base.

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MS009 Rock Brewery - Preston

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: $375

A great early beer barrel from the Rock Brewery Preston Ont. I would guess about five gal. 15 1/2" tall. Excellent condition. A must for the man cave!

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MS010 Ward - London

Minimum Bid: $150

Range:$200-300

Sold: $150

A rare tobacco tin from William Ward & Sons London, Ontario. Field marshall Sir Douglas Haig commanded the British Expeditionary Force from 1915-1919. This Canadian tobacco tin bears tax stamps dated 1915. Great graphics on this tin with a portrait of Haig against a WW1 silouette. Manufactured and marked on the lid by the Thomas Davidson tin company of Montreal. A terrific example of this scarce Canadian WW1 tin.

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MS011 Ingersoll Packing Co

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: $100

A great early tin from the Ingersoll Packing Company. Note the beaver trademark. Made by the Thomas Davidson Company Montreal. Gold coloured tins are often very faded. This one is quite brilliant, as the photos show. A medium size tin about a half gal in size (6 1/2" tall and 8 1/4" in diameter across the lid). Excellent condition with overall light wear. A rare tin I have not seen before.

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MS012 McLaughlin - Toronto

Minimum Bid: $250

Range:$400-500

Sold: $275

While there are around two dozen Canadian Codd style soda bottles, there are only a handful worth owning. This is one of the very best. J.J. McLaughlin is an iconic Canadian soda water company and this is one of their rarest and best bottles. This example is near mint. Tumbled to near perfection. Fabulous mortar & pestle trademark. One of Canada's best.

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MS013 Pilgrim Bros - Hamilton

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: $125

A great example of the Pilgrim Bros Hamilton Codd. Super strongly embossed with a great eagle trademark. Overall stain to this one but no damage.

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MS014 Ontario Soda Threesome

Minimum Bid: $75

Range:$100-150

Sold: $120

A lot of three Ontario sodas with great trademarks. Left you have an A.W. Burns 422 Young St address with the beaver trademark. Heavy case wear and a bit of rust. Middle is a mint Clark Bros Toronto hutch. Right is a mint Charles Wilson hutch with squirrel trademark. Nice group!

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MS015 Collection of PEI Sodas

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: $275

This lot includes six different PEI soda bottles. Far left is the standard Ferris & Frederickson type. Excellent condition with some stain. Second left is a much scarcer Ferris & Frederickson hutch. Excellent condition with some stain. Third left is a Charlottetown Bottling Works. Applied crown. Some roughness on the lip and a 1/4" bruise. Glass going a faint amethyst colour. Third from right is an R.F. Maddigan Charlottetown. Applied crown. Near mint with the slightest bit of stain. Second right is the standard G.H. Simmons hutch. Near mint. Last is Fraser's Beverages from Murray River PEI. Excellent condition.

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