Day 1 and Day 2 Catalogue Additions
updated July 22, 2002

Saturday & Sunday, August 3rd & 4th, 2002:
Chester Arena, Pigs loop Road, Chester, NS.
The catalogue will be updated as new items become available.

Eleanor Pew Morris Memorial Rink, Pig Loop Rd. Chester, Nova Scotia
Office phone number: 902-423-3226

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Saturday August 3rd
Viewing 8:30 a.m.
Auction Starts 10:00 a.m.
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2. Items catalogued as Lots to Appear represent items still not catalogued
 
189 An English Kings pattern luncheon set in a fitted case.  The set, for 18, comprising 18 knives and forks and serving knife and fork.  The sterling handles crested.  No date letter.  The handles and silver plate blades by Henry Aiken, Sheffield.  c.1860
194 A set of Kings pattern sterling silver flatware comprising 12 dinner forks, 12 luncheon forks, 12 dessert spoons, 12 tablespoons, 12 luncheon spoons; 60 pieces by Francis Higgins, London (specialist's spoonmaker) dates 1861-1867, 152 ozs. Plus 42 pieces by C.B. & S. Sheffield 1927 including 12 cake forks, 12 bouillon spoons, 12 berry forks and 6 demi-tasse spoons, 46 ozs.   Plus an additional 10 teaspoons London 1897, 10 teaspoons Glasgow 1829, 6 Birks butter knives, 2 sauce ladles London 1897, pr. sugar tongs, mint ladle, 38 ozs.; together with 12 dinner knives, 12 luncheon knives London 1927 and a 2-piece carving set.  Some rubbing of marks.  Most pieces crested with a stag beneath a lion rampant flag.  One dinner knife with broken blade.  158 pieces in total.  236 ozs. weighable silver.
213 A Meissen, blue and white fruit-dish, flower decorated in rococo relief cartouches, gilded.  19th century, the blue underglaze mark, decorator's mark and incised production numbers:  Royal Porcelain Manufactory.
234 Pastoral scene, W. H. Eickelberg, Dutch, 1845-1920, signed, oil on panel, 17" x 10". Photo Photo
243 A Victorian child's sewing chair, in an ebonized frame and upholstererd in velvet.
254 A federal style clock, the case with carved paw feet, label for Moses Barrett, Yarmouth, N.S.  c.1840
260a A Spode, Billingsley Rose pattern, dinnerware set comprising 8dinner plates, 9 luncheon plates, 8 salad plates, 10 bread and butterplates, 8 fruit bowls, 4 soup bowls, 4 butter pats, 15 coffee cups, 15saucers, 1 small platter, 1 oval scalloped serving bowl, 1 oval deep serving bowl, 1 gravy boat, 1 coffee pot, 1 tea pot, 1 covered sugarbowl, 1 creamer.
260b A William IV mahogany dropleaf table with reeded legs.
260c Four Baccarat crystal glasses.
260d A Mahal carpet, c.1920, 10' x 14.
260e A large crystal fruit bowl.
260f "R.I.P" (an abandoned Victorian house), Mike Hayes, oil on board, 24" x 36".
260g "Mountainous Landscape", oil on board, 8" x 6".
274 LA room sized (approx. 9' x 12') Tekke Bohara carpet in geometric design on a wine background.  Condition excellent.
284 A Birks sterling Rose Bower pattern flatware set comprising 6 dinnerforks, 6 cake forks, 6 dinner knives, 6 butter knives, 1 tablespoon, 1sauce ladle, 1 cake fork, 1 pickle fork, 1 cake slice, 11 teaspoons, 7bouillon spoons, pr. salad servers.
340 A walnut veneer sofa table, federal style, the carved columns on a platform base.
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Saturday August 4th
Viewing 8:45 a.m.
Auction of hooked mats and quilts at 9:45 a.m. (approx 70 lots)
Main Auction to begin directly after. Approx. 10:15 a.m.
1. See terms and conditions can be found at the end of this catalogue
2. Items catalogued as Lots to Appear represent items still not catalogued
430a "Six kidney-back dining chairs in birch, mahoganized, with slip seats, Victorian;  probably Nova Scotian. c.1840.  Pictou County.
430b A Tirchenreuth Porcelain Factory fruit bowl in gilt polychrome:  the underglaz emark in green; Bavaria 1838-1903.  Decoration signed Guillaume.
430c A Victorian Gothic inkstand with a cast iron frame and clear glass well.
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