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Canadian Collector Magazine - March/April 1986

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Canada: Canadian Collector. Paperback. 76 pages. Features: Ed Boyagian - Dealer Profile; At the Auctions - Joyner Fine Arts Inc.; Collector Profile - Herbert Irvine; Overshot Coverlets - a craft of the past century revived; Rosetti's Wombat? - the owl, the wombat and the numbat of University College; The Myth of 'Waterford Blue' - 18th Century Irish and American Cut Glass; Gold Ingots and Export Porcelain; A Thomas Nisbet Sofa; Original Prints - unveiling the mystery of printmaking techniques; Lady Artists of Cape Breton - Louise Bradley McLennan and Hetty Donne Kimber; Furniture Restorer Ralph Clemons of Newfoundland; Easter Art - the Ukrainian Pysanka (egg); Rococo Whimsy - 18th Century Porcelain Scent Bottles. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy. . Good. 1986. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - July/August 1982, Vol. 17 No. 4 *SPECIAL ROM ISSUE*

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. 112 pages. Features: An Exciting New Era - Renovation and expansion highlight the Royal Ontario Museum's (ROM) seventieth anniversary; Royal Splendour - A Czarina's toilet service designed by Huguenot silversmiths; ROM's Canadiana Department houses treasures of our heritage; All done by committee - dedicated volunteers ply their needles in aid of the Textile Endowment Fund; Japanese Art in the Royal Ontario Museum; The Mohawks arrive at the Royal Ontario Museum; Roman Frescoes circa 325 A.D. discovered at an Egyptian oasis; 18th Century Porcelain in the ROM; Renovation and Construction of the ROM; Conservation of Chinese wall paintings reveals old techniques and employs modern methods; Wall relief fragment from an Egyptian tomb of the 15th century B.C.; Illicit trade in antiquities; Ancient Greek and Roman jewellery in the ROM; The Far Eastern Library - a treasure-house of books from the 1600s to the present; Chinese Lacquer; Fabric, Fashion, Folk Costume; Curator's choice of objects from the Islamic world; Artifacts from the Americas - 12,000 years of pre-history, high civilization and European exploration. Light wear. Quality copy. . Very Good. 1982. First Edition.

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image of Canadian Collector Magazine - November/December 1979, Vol. 14 No. 6

Canadian Collector Magazine - November/December 1979, Vol. 14 No. 6

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: Canadian Georgian Furniture; 19th Century Egyptian Inspired Decoration; Mennonite Dolls and Costumes; Canadian Paperweights; Portrait Sleuthing - researching the background of the painter and subject; Clay Smoking Pipes from the King's Navy Yard, Amherstberg, Ontario. Clean, sound copy. . Good. 1979. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - March/April 1980, Vol. 15 No. 2

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: Auction Report; The National Gallery of Canada celebrates 100 years; Collecting at the National Gallery; Exhibitions at the National Gallery; Conservation at the National Gallery; A Century of Ontario Houses; What is a Canadian Chair? - some thoughts on documentation and definition; The Careful Collector - Part I - Furniture. Moderate wear. Sound copy. . Good. 1980. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - July/August 1981, Vol. 16 No. 4

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: The Buildings of Moose Factory - Preserving historic Hudson's Bay Co. Buildings at James Bay; Signposts for Collectors Part IV - Collecting Canadian Furniture; An Apprenticeship Piece - a pillar and block table made in Halifax in 1848; Hooked and Poked - the hand-crafted mats of Newfoundland and Labrador; The John R. Park Homestead - a monument to a Massachusetts Yankee in Upper Canada; The Glorious Red Ensign; Royal Visit to Montreal, 1860 - Memorabilia of the Prince of Wales' visit to Canada East; Four Centuries of Embroidery - needlework by Stuart gentlewoman highlights a collection. Moderate wear. Quality copy. . Good. 1981. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - January/February 1982, Vol. 17 No. 1

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: Outport Tailer-Made Furniture; Billy Wheeler's furniture reflects outport life in Newfoundland's recent past; The Golden Age of Globes - Antique Globes present contemporary knowledge of the earth and heavens in a manner most pleasing to the eye; Ontario Stoneware and Redware - National Museum acquires an important Ontario pottery collection; An 18th Century Dolls' House - The dolls' house of Sara Rothe Ploos van Amstel delights visitors to the Frans Halmuseum in Haarlem; The Graphic Work of Mary Wrinch; Safeguarding your Collection; Samplers in early Upper Canada taught stitchery, the alphabet and numbers, and the religious symbolism of the community; Wintergarden Theatre to Bloom Again. Light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1982. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - May/June 1981, Vol. 16 No. 3

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: The Cormier House, Montreal - Its Design and Furnishings in Art Deco; Signposts for Collectors Part III - Early Brass Candlesticks and Their Construction; Beneath the Richelieu - 18th century artifacts; Theft at Sweeney House; An Exciting Discovery - a hitherto unrecorded view of Montreal on ceramics; Glimpses of High Victorian life in Canada; Communion tokens of the Presbyterian Church in Nova Scotia; Early Cash Registers Cast Metal and Wood Cased. Moderate wear. Sound copy. . Good. 1981. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - September/October 1981, Vol. 16 No. 5

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: Warriors, Spirits and Servants - Chinese Clay Burial Figurines; Furniture-Maker From Germany - Renfrew County's J. Albert Zadow; Signposts for Collectors Part V - Intaglio Prints in Early Canada; Tools of the Trade - 17th and 18th century medical instruments; The Bohemian Tradition - A short history of glassmaking in Bohemia; Victorian Tiles in Toronto - from Gothic Revival to Art Nouveau; Manuscript Canadiana witnesses to the past; Books, Book-Collecting and Book-Collectors; Miraloma ("The Latch") - A Samuel Maclure Classic in Sidney, British Columbia. Moderate wear. Sound copy. . Good. 1981. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - November/December 1982, Vol. 17 No. 6

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. 71 pages. Features: Conception Bay Furniture Maker - Henry William Winter; China for Children - Christmas gifts of other days were often replicas of adult tableware; Silver by any other name - Sheffield Plate, Electroplate, Paktong, German Silver, Britannia or britannia?; Chinese Pictorial Tapestries - Fine examples of k'o-ssu, a silk-weaving technique, in the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria; Collecting Glass Target Balls; Game Equipment - the games people play have a long and intriquing history; Restoration and Renovation IV - Reflections on Past Interior Decor; Appraising Your Heirlooms; Nutmeg Graters; The Macdonell House - Nor-Wester's Georgian House on the Ottawa contains elaborate decorative plaster. Light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1982. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - March/April 1981, Vol. 16 No. 2

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: Auction Report; Spirits of Earth and Water - the mysterious Dorset people; Signposts for Collectors Part II - Antiques as an Investment; Fur Traders, Rum Runners and Upper Canadian Drinkers; Collecting Heraldry - definitions and descriptions to guide to collector in this ancient field; The Careful Collector Part VI - Considerations when lending to a public institution. Moderate wear. Sound copy. . Good. 1981. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - July/August 1980, Vol. 15 No. 4

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: Seen at the shows; Rediscovering E. May Martin; Canadian Sports on Plates; 300 Years of Cap-Sante ,Quebec; The Macdonald Stewart Library; An Introduction to Japanese Art - Art Gallery of Greater Victoria; The Old Catholic Cemetery in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; Massey (Agricultural Works) Memorabilia; The Careful Collector - Part III - Handling and Packing Art Objects. Light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1980. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - May/June 1982, Vol. 17 No. 3

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. 64 pages. Features: The better kinds of crockeryware - 'St. Johns' rarities in the National Museum of Man; Restoration and Renovation II - The Old House - Investigating your purchase; Robert Harris 1849-1919; Labrador Grass Work; Another Painted Room - a second 'painted room' is discovered in Nova Scotia; The Anatomy of a Cupboard - Recognizing Fine Canadian Furniture; Nova Scotia Museum Artifacts; Inverarden - a Nor-Wester's Country Estate; Canada's medallic art in the half centry after confederation; Ceramic Curiosities of the eccentric Martin Brothers. Light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1982. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - January/February 1981, Vol. 16 No. 1

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: Signposts for Collectors Part I - The Story Behind the Label 'Mrs. D. MacCallum Collection'; A Cargo of Porcelains for Montreal, 1760; The Meticulous Collector - An Ethnography - an important collection of Piegan Indian artifacts, 1880-1960 carefully documented by the collector; A visit to Waterloo County - a visit to a conservative Mennonite home; The Continents - Chelsea Porcelain in the Macdonald Stewart Collection; Toy Soldiers in Lead - the newest collectible; The Careful Collector Part V - Reasons for Records. Moderate wear. Quality copy. . Good. 1981. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - September/October 1980, Vol. 15 No. 5

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: Indian Trade Silver Gorgets; As others saw us - The European Vision in Nova Scotia 1749-1848; The Macdonald Stewart Art Centre; Embroideries of the Ursulines of Quebec; Turn of the century jewellery. Moderate wear. Quality copy. . Good. 1980. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - March/April 1982, Vol. 17 No. 2

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. 70 pages. Features: Auction Report; Restoration and Renovation I - Evolution of the Canadian House; Australian Colonial Furniture - new interest in colonial furniture and Australian cabinet-makers; 18th Century Orreries illustrated the movements of our solar system; Pillars, Pilasters and Porticoes - British and American influences characterize the two faces of Greek Revival architecture in Canada; Babies' Feeding Bottles - the humble baby bottle has a long history; Discovering James Blomfield - draughtsman and artist in stained glass, oils and watercolours; Archaeological finds document food preparation in Canada; An 18th century alchemist's search for gold leads to porcelain. Light wear. Quality copy. . Very Good. 1982. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - November/December 1981, Vol. 16 No. 6

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Toronto: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. Features: Green Santas, Plum Pudding and Spritzen - Swiss, German, British and Ukrainian Christmas traditions are all current in Waterloo County, Ontario; Historic Houses re-create the Victorian Christmas; Signposts for Collectors VI - Canadian Presentation Pieces and Awards of Merit; Appraisals - how much is it worth? to whom? for what purpose?; Saints and Angels, Kings and Prophets - stained glass in Trinity College, University of Toronto; Railway Tickets - a new source of collectibles. Light wear. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1981. First Edition.

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Canadian Collector Magazine - A Journal of Antiques and Fine Arts: July/August 1985

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Canada: The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society. Paperback. 100 pages. Features: Turn of the Century Souvenir China; Anglo-Irish glass - part of the Seagram Museum's extensive collections; W.G. Beach of the Nova Scotia Glass Company; Counterfeit Canadiana II; Rock Art - petroglyph sites; Frontier-Post Pearlware from Fort St. Joseph; The 70th's Chinese Garden - a regimental tableservice from Niagara; A day in the life of a washerwoman, 1840 - a description of the tools of her trade, and how she used them; Three villas in Kingston - Saint Helen's, Rockwood, Bellevue; The Bethune House at Gravenhurst; Renovating Woodside - boyhood home of Willliam Lyon Mackenzie King; Mapping the Rideau - a century and a half of Smiths Falls maps; A German-Canadian homestead in eastern Ontario; Famous women silversmiths from the 18th century; and more. Two staples, ink stamp and bit of writing upon front cover else clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Sound copy. . Good. 1985. First Edition.

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