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Auctioneer PLATO AUCTIONS & APPRAISALS 905-937-1751
Auction Date Nov 17 Auction
2021 REGIONAL RD. #69
Time 10:00AM
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SATURDAY, NOV 17th 2012
at 10:00 a.m.  Preview 8:30 Day of Sale
Rockway Hall, Vineland Ont.
(St. Catharines Ontario)

PAINTINGS/PRINTS: (HG) Glyde RCA signed “Swanson Channel” North Pender  1968, oil on board, 17”x 25” wide; A. Efimoff signed (Anatole Alexandrovich Efimov -Russian) “Old Peking” oil on canvas, 18”x 22” wide;  Ross Huggins signed “Hockey Players Des Saints Que. 1973” oil on canvas, 12” x 16” wide; H. Simpkins signed “Winterscape” watercolor, 12”x 18” wide; (William Canadian b.1820 ) W. Sawyer 1857 signed “Portrait of a Lady”, 25”x 31” high; (Maurice Hall) M. Haycock ‘63 signed “Misty Morning”, rural village,  on reverse - April Notre Dame De La Salette Que, oil on panel, 11”x 14” wide; (Ralph) R. W. Burton signed “Village of Notre Dame” de Lagettette Que., oil on canvas, 14”x 20” wide; Yvonne McK Housser signed “Fall Leaves on a Pond” scene, watercolor, 10”x 12” wide; Snyder (Peter Etril) signed “St. Jacobs Area” oil on board, 10”x 11” wide; Peter Etril Snyder 1977 signed, “Winter Sugar Bush Scene” oil on board, 12”x 16” wide; Amy Hogeboom signed “Merry Christmas” Original Ca.1920.s Illustration Art, gouache and watercolor, 12”x 16” high; Hogeboom signed “Well Dressed Woman”, original 1920’s Illustration Art, gouache and watercolor 12”x 16” tall; G. E. Champion signed “Winter Landscape”, woodcut, 14”x 20” wide; Ralph (Arthur) Hanslow 1951 signed, “Third Beach Stanley Park” watercolor, 14”x 19” wide; (William) Winter signed “School Yard”, oil on board,12”x 16” wide;  Stylized WBC 33 signed “Winter Scene”, oil on board, 5”x 5”; W.B. March 2nd 1895 signed, “Boston Lighthouse” oil on oak panel, 9”x 12”; A. T signed “Early 20th C Harbor Scene”, watercolor, 4”x 9” wide; (Augustus) John signed Etching, ca. 1919, 5”x 8” high; (Pieter) Doef ‘62 signed Abstract, oil on board, 20”x 23” tall; George Daly signed “General Store” 2 Miles east of Grand Valley Ont., watercolor, 8’x 11”; J. D. Dowling 1968 signed, “Snowy Owl” exp. print, wood cut; Sutherland signed, “Tiger Lilly’s” oil on board, 23’x 30” tall; (Jack) Markell signed “Portrait”, 18”x 24” tall; Dorothy Hilliker signed “Fruit Still Life” watercolor 12”x 15” wide; Yvonne Housser signed “Haying Scene” Sketch, 15”x 18” wide; T. J. Greenwood signed limited edition Prints – Red Fox, Red Squirrel, Horse, Field Mouse (artist proof) and Leopard; Early 20thC  Japanese Wood Block Prints, set of 4, 9”x 13” high; Miniature Portraiture signed H.L. in .800 Silver Frame; Martin Turner signed  Linocut – Winterscape III; (John) Walsh signed, Toluca Market, water color 15x20 inches;  

SILVER/SILVER PLATE: “B. Ivers & Co” Silver Pedestal Bowl, Ca. 1900, 5 ½” tall, 480 grams; Sterling Salver, 100 “Chippendale” pattern by Poole, engraved to “Harry A. Scott from their Commonwealth Consular Colleagues 1965”, 754 grams; Sheffield Cigarette Case marked WH (William Hutton) engraved to “Harry Scott Esq. Canadian Trade Commissioner for Liverpool 1931”,165 grams;  Georgian Silver Stuffing Spoon, marked WB (William Bateman II), 12”, 154 grams; “Johnson Matthey” 999 Silver 10 Troy oz. Silver Bar; Franklin Mint Sterling New Foundland Commemorative Piece, 66.1 grams; Penlington & Batty Cased Silver Plate Fish Set for 12; “Sturdy” Sterling Silver Ring Box; Hong Kong Silver Novelty of two Asian figures on treadmill; Framed .800 Silver Miniature Portraiture signed H.L.; Sterling Pocket Watch, key wind in embossed brass case; Masonic Pocket Watch marked “Fine Silver”;     

GOLD COINS/JEWELRY: 1882 New Foundland  $2 Gold Coin, 22ct., 3.3 grams; 1965 Gold Sovereign 22ct, .235 Troy oz.; 1911 George V Gold Half Sovereign 22ct, .118 Troy oz.; 1967 Canadian $20 Gold Coin, 22ct, 18.273 grams; 1945 Mexican 2½ Peso .900 Gold Coin, 2.10 grams; 9 Ct. Bar Pin marked JWK (Chester); 14ct. Gold Bar Pin; 14ct.  Horse Shoe Hair Pin;

RUGS/TEXTILES: Ca.1920 Heriz Carpet 7’x10’; Ca. 1920 Kazak Caucasian Rug (Dragon Design) 7’x 8’; Ca. 1910 Hatchli Turkaman Rug; Ca.1920 Kazak Caucasian Rug 3’x 6’; Ca. 1950 Armenian Caucasian Rug; Ca. 1910 Kazak Rug 5’x 7’; Ca. 1920 Kurdish Rug 4’x 6’; Hamadan Rug 7’x 4’; Turkish Runner 3.5’x 6’; Turkish Rug 5’x 8’ Turkoman Saddle Bag; ”Bluebids” Hooked Rug, Waterloo County, Marten Family; Pr.  of C1940 Geometric Hooked Rugs, Waterloo Cty. Marten Family;

ASIAN ITEMS: Carved Chinese Brush Pot of ox horn, with peacocks, florals and human figure details; Carved Chinese Brush Pot of ox horn, with salamander geometric details; Carved Chinese Brush Pot in ox horn with bird and tree details; Early Ivory Figural Carving (some loss); Set of 4 Japanese Watercolors; Lacquered Dresser Box; Blue on White Script Vases, pair 14” tall; Celadon Bowl 8” diameter; Late 19th C Blue on White Bowl, 10” diameter; Late 19th C Blue on White Plate, 10” diameter; Large Bulbous Vase, with hand painted design, 13`tall, signed C. Hoy 24;     

INUIT & ABORIGINAL ITEMS:  Black Stone Carving 8 ½” tall “Fisherman” signed Abraham Povungnituk (1927-94);  Green Stone Carving “Inuit Hunter” 8” tall, signed Dimu; Grey Stone Carving “Crouching Man” 6” tall, signed Joe TNP; Grey Stone Carving of “Polar Bear with Seal”, 7” long ; Cloth Body Doll, 7” tall with carved greys stone face, hands and feet, with decorated wool costume; Grey stone carving “Inuit Hunter”  7” tall, very heavy; Green Stone Carving of Loon 7 ½” long; Green Stone Carving of Bird, 4 “ tall; Grey Stone Carving of “Bundle Carrying Inuit” 8 ½” tall, 2 pieces, signed Angutitvu W1 231; Grey Stone Carving of “Dog with Bundle” 8’ long, 2 pieces; Green Stone “Hunter with Seal”, 6” tall; Grey Stone “Kneeling Man with Hide” 4” tall; Collection of C. 1900 Aboriginal artifacts gathered and gifted to Francis Manning Cushing caretaker at the Grenfell  Mission Hospital in St. Anthony NFLD. including – Pair of Seal Skin Gloves, 14 inches long with rabbit fur cuffs;  Pair of Seal Skin and Rabbit Moccasins decorated with floral decorations of glass seed beads; Rare Wall Pocket with feathered bird skin panel, backed and banded in silk, framed with interspaced groups of glass seed beads; Caribou Skin Wall Pocket with 2 silk lined pockets, adorned with worked silk  designs of sprigs, leaves and flowers, and solidly framed in glass seed beads; Childs Doe Skin Moccasins with worked silk floral decorations; Caribou skin Cinch Bag or Purse with cloth upper section and stitched details.         

MUSICAL MACHINES/AUTOMATON: Bontems “Singing Bird Cage” Automaton, marked France 1860, 22” tall cage with double birds, in excellent running order and condition; Swiss 1890’s Musical  Box “Sublime Harmony”  plays 8 airs, on internal cylinder, rosewood case with marquetry details, with original tune sheet intact, excellent running order – 6”x21”x10”; Thomas A. Edison Phonograph C. 1898, 2 minute cylinder machine, oak 2 part case with brass external horn, excellent running order - 9”x11”x8”; Thomas A. Edison Phonograph C1913, 4 minute cylinder machine with oak case and internal horn, excellent running order – 13”x12”x15”; Roller Organ “Chatauqua” model C1895, oak case, manufactured by Autophone Co. Ithaca NY, excellent running order, with 8 playing cobs - 12”x17”x14”; Roller Organ C1900, walnut case with decorative panel, Excellent running order, -10”x12”X6”; “ The Gem” Roller Organ, original gilt stencil/dark stain case, built April 1900, pat.1887, excellent running order – 12”x13 ½”x7 ½”;  2 minute playing cylinders (14); 4 minute playing cylinders (35); Player Piano Rolls (120);

CLOCKS:  “R Woodruff Burford U.C.” Tall Case Clock in original paint and stencil/gilt decoration, C 1820, brass pull up movement by Dodson, Beeston, Leeds, in working order – 85”x18”x10”; “Rare “H. Utley & Co. Niagara Falls U.C.” labeled Half Column and Splat Clock C1830, time and strike wooden movement, weight driven, excellent order, 34”x17”x4” case; “Ira Twiss Montreal Canada” Tall Case Clock, C1835, original paint and stencil/gilt details, time and strike wooden movement, weight driven, excellent order – 81”x17”x10”; “Arthur Pequenat Clock Co. Kitchener – Brandon model” C1918,  Drop Wall Clock, time & calendar brass movement, spring driven excellent order -16”x26”x4”; Rare all original “H & C Burr, Dundas U.C.” labeled Half Column and Splat Clock, C1830, time and strike on bell, wooden movement, weight driven, mahogany case, excellent order – 34”x16”x5”; “Riley Whiting” Tall Case Clock, C1830,    pine case, in working order; Clock Very Rare “David Smith St. Johns Lower Canada” labeled OG Clock, C1830, brass movement, time and strike on gong, weight driven, all original working order – 28”x17”x4”; “Hamilton Clock Co., Hamilton Canada” labeled Steeple Shelf Clock mahogany case, brass movement, time and strike on gong, spring driven, - 19”x11”x4”; “A. Phaff  Clock Maker, No 15 3rd Concession Vaughn Township” labeled  OG Clock, C1844, figured mahogany case, time and strike on gong, brass movement, weight driven, excellent order, -25”x15”x4”; Rare “George Steele, Horton Nova Scotia” labeled  Half Column and Splat Clock, C1830, time and strike on bell, wood movement, weight driven – 37”x17”x4”; “Canada Clock Co., Whitby, Ontario” labeled OG Clock in mahogany, C1874, time and strike on gong, brass movement, weight driven – 26”x15”x4”;  “S.J. Southworth, Leeds County, C.W.” labeled OG Clock, C1850, birds-eye maple case, time and strike on gong, brass movement, spring driven - 26”x15”x4”; “Union Clock Co. Bristol Conn. USA” labeled OG Clock, C1844 brass movement, weight driven, time, strike and alarm, “Stromberg Electric Chronograph, USA” labeled Master Time Clock, mahogany case, brass 30 day Seth Thomas movement, double spring wound – 40”x14”x5”; Egyptian Revival Slate Mantle Clock topped with large gilt Sphinx; “Ansonia” Miniature OG Clock, mahogany case, time and strike brass movement, spring driven – 18”x11”x4”;     

HISTORICAL PHOTOGRAPHY: Collection (31) of (Alfred Edwin) E. Poole St. Catharines Cabinet Cards, a walking tour with views of early Welland Canal, St. Catharines and Port Dalhousie. Edwin Poole was a founding member of Photographic Association of Canada (1884) and was recognized and earned Honorable Mention at the 1878 Paris France Exposition. All 31 Photos are in great condition!; A Great Collection (42) of Glass Positives with views from the “Grenfell Mission”, showing Dr. Grenfell, Mission rug manufacturing, St. Anthony buildings, hospital, and their interiors, patients,  coastal New Foundland and great views of Native Peoples, their costumes, dog sled teams, collected by the Grenfell Mission Hospital care taker Mr. Francis Manning Cushing ;     

LIGHTING: Rare ca. 1915 Leaded Glass Wall Lamp Shade in a demilune form. The shade is one of a pair that was custom made for the “Diana Sweets” Restaurant in St. Catharines Ontario. (Framed Interior Photo of lamp in Restaurant available) The Restaurant was the basis of Ron Sexsmith song “Diana Sweets” off of the “Destination Unknown” album; Bradley & Hubbard Double 10” Student Lamp, electrified; Signed Set (5) of   Steuben Iridescent Aurene Art Glass Lamp Shades; Cranberry Glass Hall Fixture in swirl pattern; Opalescent Pink Hall Fixture, complete with font; Bradley & Hubbard Banquet Lamp; Early Electric Brass Ceiling Fixture wit 4 suspended frosted green shades exc.; Deco Figural Table Lamp with spatter glass shade; Cobalt Font Fluid Lamps with bronze stems and marble bases; Vase Lamp with overall Chinese Dragon and Floral design;   

STONEWARE/EARTHENWARES:  Rare Egmondville Miniature 4” Stoneware Jug, with cobalt inscription - “MRS. JOHN COTTLE USBORNE COUNTY SEPT. 19th – 07” produced by Ferdinand Burgard - exc; Miniature Waterloo County 3¼” Redware Jug in the style of Eby; Miniature Waterloo County 2 ¾” Pitcher in green glaze, found in Hawkesville Ontario exc.; Salesman Sample 4” Stoneware Jug with rare mark “MEDICINE HAT POTTERY Co. TORONTO” –exc.; Salesman Sample Yellow Ware Chamber Pot, 2 3/4” in diameter marked “MEDALTA POTTERIES LTD. MEDICINE HAT ALBERTA” – hairline to right of mark;   “J. WOODYATT & Co. BRANTFORD C.W.” marked 1 gallon Floral Jug – exc.; “WELDING & BELDING BRANTFORD ONT” 1 gallon Floral Jug -exc.; “W.E. WELDING BRANTFORD ONT” 1 gallon Jug with floral and outline of bird decoration –exc.; “J. McADAMS ST. THOMAS” merchant mark 1 gallon Floral Jug – exc.; Rare “S.T. HUMBERSTONE NEWTON-BROOK” marked 1 gallon Stoneware Jug – exc.; “N EBERHARDT TORONTO C.W.” 3 gallon Floral Jug – exc.; “WARNER & Co. TORONTO” 2 gallon Floral Jug – exc.; “FROM ERNST & WILKER TAVISTOCK ONT.” 2 gallon Floral Jug – exc.; “D.K. WEBBER GENERAL MERCHANTS HAWKESVILLE” marked Stoneware Mixing Bowl – exc.; “BAKER & McCALL GENERAL MERCHANTS AYR” Mixing Bowl – exc.; “RICHARDSONWARE” (Kerwood) marked closed neck stoneware jar with handle -exc; “BRANTFORD” marked 6” Honey Pail with bale handle –exc.; Rare “ALBION POTTERY C. SAUNDERS BOLTON ONT.” marked earthenware Spittoon – exc.; Rare “J. LEMON OWEN SOUND” marked Earthenware 2 gallon Ovoid Jar; Rare “J.W. TAYLOR BEAVERTON” marked Earthenware 2 gallon Ovoid Jar; Rare “T. BROWN STRATHROY”  Floral Decorated 2 gallon Earthenware Jug; Western Ontario 5” Earthenware Jelly Mold exc.; Earthenware 4 ½” Covered Sugar in blue sponged glaze, marked on base “CAMPBELL CANADA” , Hamilton Ontario, early 20thC – exc.; Earthenware Advertising Paper Weight 3 ½”x 2”x1”, debossed on both sides, reading “FOSTER POTTERY CO.” (Hamilton), and the reverse “Sick Children Hospital Hamilton” – exc.; Early Stoneware Bank in the form of an apple; Rockingham Glazed  10” Apple Bowls attributed to the Campbell Potteries;  

DECOYS: Ca. 1940’s Silhouette Canada Goose Decoys (3), with glass eyes, with unique double support standard with copper nails; Canada Goose, 22” long signed A. Hibbard; Mallard Hen and Mallard Drake Decoy pair attributed to Warren Meiler; Blackduck Hen and Drake Decoy Pair attributed to Warren Meiler; Tom Martindale signed Bluebill Decoy;   

DECORATIVE/PRIMITIVE: Cast Iron Horse Head Hitching Posts (2); Quebec 1940’s Folky House Boat Model with full interior; Folky polychrome Tiger Carving, 8” in length signed “A.H.”; Ca. 1890 Sail Boat Model of the 1869 built “Loch Tay” built by St. Catharines contractor/wood worker J.J. Keefe; Victorian Pram fitted with original velvet interior, and brass hub wood spoke wheels; Early Treen Dough Bowls 20” & 23” diameters; Copper Art Nouveau Fire Place Fender; Copper Hearth Tools; Ukrainian Decorated Chicken, Duck and Goose Eggs (26); Scandinavian Paint Decorated Brides Box; Rare Cast Iron Parlor Stove marked “John McGee, Toronto C.W.” exc.;  Cast Iron Kettle marked “John McGee, Toronto C.W.; Early Hackle with punched tin heart decoration; Tiger Maple Butter Ladle; Early Diminutive Trencher -10” x15” long; Early Butter Stamp with carved wheat sheaf design; Butter Stamp with carved pineapple/leaf design; Early Splint “Spice” Box with 8 individual interior stenciled splint spice containers; Elaborate Victorian Call Bell Sash 4’ long, heavily beaded, brass frame work with chased design that terminates with satin glass pull; Novelty Bird Cigarette Dispenser decorated in  marquetry work; Hand Carved Chess Set Pieces; Mahogany George IV Tea Caddy with complete interior; Early Shoe Fly Rocking Horse in original paint; Oak Cased Individual Communion Set, made in Toronto C.1895;   

PORCELAINS/POTTERY: Moorcroft 7 ½” Clematis Vase, bulbous form; Moorcroft 6” Anemone Vase with thin neck; Moorcroft 7 ¼” Footed Bowl in Hibiscus design; Moorcroft Covered Dresser Jar, Lily Design, 3½” diameter; Moorcroft 6” Vase, orchid design, bulbous form,  Majolica Humidor with Pipe adorned lid;Lladro Nurse Figure 14” tall; Minton “Henley” pattern Dinner Service for 12 plus serving pieces; Spode “Butter Cup” Dinner Service for 12 plus serving pieces; R. Doultons – Clarissa 2345, Fleur 2368, Secret Thoughts 2382,  Melanie 2271, Sara 2265, Christine 2792, Kirsty 2381 and Simone 2378; Ansley Fruit Decorated 15 piece Tea Service with gilt details exc., Susie Cooper Dinner Service for 10 “Whispering Grass”, pattern, turquoise color variation; Danish “Byorn Wiinblad” Nymolle 7” Vase; Danish C1950 Molded 10” Vase in bulbous form; “Danesby Ware” 9 ½” Ewer  marked Bourne Deny England; Majolia Fish Pitcher 11” tall; Porcelain Macaw Parrot 12 ½” tall, signed “Bird Collection JSC #138; Poole Pottery 12 inch Charger; Nippon Vase with Egyptian details;     

CRYSTAL/GLASS:  Steuben signed Footed Bowl, 8” diameter; Irish Galway Crystal Decanter and Stemware; Signed Steuben Set (8) of Tumblers; Pheasant topped Lidded Pattern Glass Comport 12 in. tall; Deer Pattern 8 inch tall Pitcher; Large elaborate Cut Crystal Vases; Early Canadian Glass Paper Weight with interior panel that reads J.J. Keefe Contractor (St. Catharines); Amber Pattern Glass Berry Set, set in silver plate bird adorned basket; Vandermark Iridescent Art Glass Vase, 8” Tall.

DIPLOMATIC/MILITARY: WWI Group with War Medal to “P. FLT. OFFR.  H.A. SCOTT. R.N.A.S.”, Silver Bracelets marked “H.A. Scott“ FLT SUB LIEUT. R.N.” and “R.A. Scott R.N.A.S.” with documents and photos; Cased Medal presented to Canadian Consul General Harry Scott by Robert Wagner, Mayor of New York City; Signed Photos of Prime Minister Diefenbaker and Pearson; Canadian Diplomatic Documents; Rare Baseball signed by “Mike (Lester B.) Pearson”, Canadian Prime Minister, and also signed by Stan Spence of 1942-49 Boston Red Sox;     

FURNITURE: Early Germanic Foot Stool in softwood with geometric carvings; Inlayed Mahogany George IV Linen Press, 2 pieces, with bronze details; Sibley (branded) Rocking Arm Chair, Nova Scotia; 1850 Walnut Butler’s Chest, found in Beamsville Ontario in original surface; Early Niagara Washstand, single drawer, old paint; Rosewood Victorian 2 Drawer Pedestal Lamp Table; Federal style Eglomise Mirror “Carter Family” Port Colborne; Waterloo County Pail Bench; 1840’s Niagara Tapered Leg Lamp Table in paint; Waterloo County Blanket Box in grained paint; 1840’s Walnut Lamp Table, tapered leg, single drawer; 1850’s Eastern Ontario 7 Drawer Chest with original paint; Edwardian Eterge; Late 19thC Tete-a-tete Sofa with elaborate carved details; Victorian Mahogany Sideboard;

TERMS: Cash, Cheques with I.D., Visa & M/C-10% Buyers Premium on all sales
DIRECTIONS:  Exit # 57 Q.E.W. (Victoria Ave.) go south 8 km., east on Eighth Ave. 6kms. (Vineland) to Rockway Community Centre-2021 Reg. Rd. #69   L2R 6P7

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