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KELVIN GROVE
6908 Ken t Pl . S W
Calgary, AB T2V 2M2
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FRIDAY
SATURDAY
Nov 7
Nov 8
NOON—6:00PM
10:00AM—4:00PM
Contents for Sale by Owner/ Executor
Welcome
The items in this sale had to be collected from three different sites to get
it all together. There’s an abundance of just about everything: modern
artworks (many of them large), an amazing black lacquer grand piano,
an incredibly long black leather sectional, several black leather chairs,
office furniture (including chairs and desks), a flat screen TV, beautiful
vases and decorative items, and even a selection of books autographed
by the authors.
You name it, you’ll find it here.
At one time, our clients were deeply involved in collecting Early
Canadian pine wood antiques. The majority are from the east, with some
pieces not often seen in stores today. The pine is shown in our photo
gallery, some of them still wrapped up from storage. Important to note:
these antiques have been priced to sell, and these prices are below market value.
Don’t miss this sale!! It’s a doozy.
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Everything for Sale Except the Memories!
Everything
PRICE TAGGED TO
SELL
CASH & CARRY
Bring help to
MOVE furniture
ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD
CONTENTS FOR
SALE
Information herein
deemed reliable but not
guaranteed
ENJOY THE SALE!
6908 Kent Pl. NW Calgary, AB
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Decorative Art Glass dish
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Early Canadian pinewood furniture
(Ontario)
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“Toilet Tree” dated 1891, made by UDELLS
(very tall), with brass 3 way hooks, top
hangers middle hats and the smallest, for
canes.
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DETAILS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
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Grand piano, black lacquer, made by Young & Chang. Has been properly tuned and locked when moved. Serial number
G 026022.
Mandolin, dated 1967, made by Merrill.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE
Chairs
 Antique rocker, spindle-back, painted black.
 Primitive child’s chair (highchair height – no tray), rush seat.
 Milking stool, very thick seat, pine wood primitive style. One of a kind.
 Arrow-back chairs (several), 1850-1870.
 Selection of chicken coop chairs, pinewood, eastern Ontario.
 Windsor chairs (2), oak wood, 15-spindle back, horseshoe-shaped top rail (view in photo gallery with dust still on them!).
Tables
 Pine parlor table, lathe-turned legs, ending in wooden ball feet, and lower display shelf.
 Side tables (2 different), ornate pierced legs on central column (somewhat Eastlake in style).
 English butler’s table (pre-1900).
 Farm table (rectangular), 2-plank, early Canadian (Ontario), as is condition.
Stands
 Dressing stand, unusual style, with attached jewel boxes either side of a tilting cathedral top mirror. We’ve never seen
one quite like this. From eastern Ontario c1860-1880.
 Moustache stand, round top mirror with implement shelf below, balanced on tripod base.
 Toiletry stand (Udell’s), date June 23, 1891. Very unusual and very rare, with multiple, pierced brass triple hooks for
coats or hats, and a spool-turned shaft on tripod base.
 Washstand for large bowl, lower pullout drawer, bowl recesses into top, as is.
Windows & Wall Sconces
 Wall sconce with molded edging (bracket shelves), dentil trim, natural colour (1870, Quebec City).
 Wall sconce with molded edges, painted black, originally from Ontario.
 Wall sconces (2) for candles from St. Thomas church in Hudson, Quebec. Hand-made, some original paint visible.
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Mirror, in original oak wood window frame, from the Bordeaux Jail (18” x 29”), 6 panels.
Window with leaded and beveled glass, amethyst corners, in original frames (39” x 28”) (44” x 24 ½” with no purple corners).
 Window, pine frame, 8 glass panels with beveled edges (22” x 24”).
 Window, round-topped, antique pine frame (from Bordeaux Jail), with new stained glass floral panels (34 ½” x 12 ½”).
These windows are becoming increasingly hard to find, and are highly prized, as the cost of new ones are becoming prohibitive.
Chests & Boxes
 Chest, tall, 5-drawer. Note dovetailed ends, original escutcheons, and painted drawer pulls. Dates to the late 1800s from
Eastern Ontario. The only dresser you need in the room.
 Family chest / document box (dovetailed), early 1800s, likely one of a kind. It has been slightly repaired.
 Blanket box, dome-topped, pine wood, eastern Ontario, late 1800s.
 Medicine chest, pinewood (small size, quite rare).
Miscellaneous
 Dresser-top with tilting mirror, very ornate, light pine wood, storage either side, serpentine design and top pediment (late
Victorian).
 Gas fireplace shell (decorative), early 1900s.
 Jenny lynn spool bed (1870-1890), double size (includes modern pillow-top mattress and box spring).
 Linen press / wardrobe (very large size), double door, double upper cupboard, with 2 massive lower drawers. Added shelving on left side. Top measures 60” across, overall height is 72 ½”, 51” through the middle, and 18 ½” deep.
 Mantle clock, early Canadian, pinewood, with tall center spire and finials right and left. Reverse painted oval cameo picture
(a child with chickens)—some adjustment will be needed.
 Handmade “witches” broom.
 Pool cue holder, metal, interesting style.
 Quilt rack, Victorian, made of pine (for holding extra blankets by the bed).
 Wall shelves, small size, made of pinewood, 3 interior shelves, slat back, c1870.
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Armchairs, very modern, square, chrome and black leather. Herman Miller reproductions – very high quality. Le Corbusier
LC2 sofa armchairs. The original was called the petite lounge chair, designed in 1928 by Le Corbusier. External stainless
steel frame and sumptuous cushions finished with Italian leather, over premium high-density foam, wrapped in a frame of
circular tube stainless steel (4).
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Saddle seat chairs, black leather and chrome (3).
Knoll black leather sectional (approximately 10’ x 8’).
Knoll cocktail table, tubular stainless steel frame with inset tempered glass top (3’ square x 16” high).
Bookshelf display unit, black oak, very modern. Holds books, ornaments, etc. in a total of 12 storage compartments (57”
high x 55” wide x 15” deep).
Ottomans (2), black “leather,” cube shape.
Custom-made kidney shaped table, approximate size at widest point is . Resting on 3 ball feet. This was especially commissioned from an architect here in Calgary.
2 leather-seated black bar stools.
Large, round wall mirror with a 4” band of black trim.
Unique stool with red embossed leather covering.
Double-handled red upholstered stool, made by Switzer’s (Vancouver).
OFFICE FURNITURE
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Eames ES104 lobby chair, black leather with stainless steel frame, designed in 1960 (this is an original). 3 individual upholstered leather cushions and armrests that provide maximum comfort and back support; the base is a five-star caster swivel,
with height adjustment and adjustable die cast aluminum frame. Originally offered with a 30-year guarantee, this is definitely
an investment piece of furniture. Current new price out of England is 4888 pounds. The lowest price we’ve seen (for a similar chair) is $4000 pounds.
Very large executive desk, with multiple sections, in birch colour. This requires a large office.
Small faux birch Ikea computer desk.
3 good quality black office chairs (new cost of each was over $300).
ART
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Framed Joseph Karsh print of Grey Eagle (from the exhibition The Art of the Portrait at the National Gallery of Canada,
1989).
Hand-made art glass rectangular server, signed by artist Sharon MacNamara (21 ½” x 6”).
Decorative modern art, including:
Large multimedia on canvas (with attached display lighting) by Patrick St. Germain, with red, silver, gold, tan and black fabric and foil acrylic (51 ½” x 42”).
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Large multimedia acrylic on canvas (with attached display lighting) by Patrick St. Germain, with plum reds, black, silver,
grey and white colours (51 ½” x 52”).
Large abstract acrylic on canvas, signed Karine, red, white and black (49” square).
Large, modern blue canvas by Laura Pope (47 ½” x 60”).
Selection of 4 other limited edition prints:
Limited edition print (28/30) entitled “For the birds” by Calgary artist Andie C. Wicherts.
“Whisper” 16/85 (artist signature illegible) (17 ½” x 13”).
Limited edition (24/86) entitled “Memories . . . (buttertarts two)” (5 ½” x 9”) by artist Jennifer Dunne (part of a larger body of
work entitled “Memories of the grandmother I never had.”
Limited edition 7/85 entitled “Instinctual” by Mona Levitt (7” x 8 ½”).
Limited edition 38/80, “Associate Presentation Print,” (reclining man on sofa) by Heather Huston (18” x 12”)
Unframed print of Spruce Meadows horseman Ian Miller, entitled “Big Ben Ian Miller Retirement Tour,” signed by both Miller
and the photographer Fred Stone (25 ½” x 38 ½”).”
Yard sculpture, cast iron, 47” wide by 70” high (see photo gallery).
COLLECTIBLES
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Bone china Madonna by Lladro.
Antique Mr. Scrooge ale pitcher.
Capodimonte figurine of a newsboy.
Berta Hummel 1984 Christmas plate.
Framed needlecraft (several).
Folk art pine woodcarvings by Quebec carver (Caron).
Rumtopf (rum pot), used for a traditional Danish and German dessert (layers of fruits, rum and sugar).
SPORTS ITEMS
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Wavemaster portable training bag, with water-filled base, 6 feet tall (includes gloves).
Golf clubs (2 complete sets with standing bags).
Pogo sticks (2).
Baseball glove.
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Fishing rods (2 closed faced reels with rods, 1 open faced reel with rod).
VibraSlim EUROplate vibration machine.
AerobicRider exercise bike (total body aerobic fitness).
Hockey skates, Vapor by Bauer (size 12); skates, size 10.
Tennis rackets (2), badminton rackets (3).
Electric air pump.
Digital putting cup (boxed).
Hockey sticks.
Back packs (huge selection), many from Mountain Equipment Co-op, priced to sell.
Portable picnic in a backpack.
Spoonk (relaxation mat).
Basket cooler (fold up, lightweight).
Pinball machine, “Firepower” multi-ball by Williams.
ELECTRONICS
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Wii game console, including nunchuck, wiimote, steering wheel, baseball bat, golf club, and tennis rackets (comes with all
manuals and cord attachments).
Wii balance board.
Wii games: Karaoke Revolution, Dancing with the Stars, and Boogie SuperStar.
Sony bookshelf stereo, with cassette and CD player, 2 small speakers attached, model #PMCD307.
HP Laser Jet 1012 printer.
HP Laser Jet 3100 printer.
Sony VHS player, model #SLV-99HF.
Seiko electronic pocket dictionary.
HP Photosmart 8250 printer.
Sony Triniton colour TV (free).
Sony digital surround amplifier GX800ES and STR-am/fm receiver.
Sony FM stereo / FM-AM receiver, STR-5800 SD.
Flat screen TVs (2).
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BOOKS
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Two books on design by Terence Conran: Small Spaces and Terence Conran on Design.
At the Water’s Edge Muskoka’s Boathouses by John de Visser and Judy Ross.
Canadian Folk Art, Old Ways in a New Land by Michael Bird.
The Illustrated History of Canada edited by Craig Brown.
American Vernacular Interior Architecture 1870-1940 by Jan Jennings and Herbert Gottfried.
Here’s Looking at Us, Celebrating Fifty Years of CBC-TV by Stephen Cole.
Miss Manners’ Guide for the Turn-of-the-Millenium by Judith Martin.
Eskimo Art by Cottie Burland.
Enjoying Canadian Painting by Patricia Godsell.
The Ottawa Valley Portfolio by Pat & Rosemarie Keough (introduction by Robert Bateman), signed by author.
The Academy Awards, The Complete Unofficial History by Gail Kinn and Jim Piazza.
Plus a large number of very interesting books, priced to sell.
KITCHEN ITEMS
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Dinnerware by Johnson Brothers, modern white design, two sets of 6 place settings.
Cuisinart PowerPrep Plus food processor, with attachments.
Cuisinart frozen yogurt, ice cream and sorbet maker.
Cuisinart Classic 12-cup programmable coffeemaker.
Raclette Party Grill by Swissmar.
Glass food canisters with snap lids (very large selection in various sizes).
Dinnerware by Gluckstein Home.
Gordon Ramsay Professional stainless steel hot pot/kettle (large capacity).
Glass food canisters with cork tops (6), large to extra large sizes.
Wine stems.
Water glasses.
Electric Wok by Charlescraft.
Oneida stainless steel cutlery (46 pieces).
French onion soup bowls (6), white.
Pots and pans, stainless steel (assortment).
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Grill Alert talking remote thermometer by Brookstone.
Large selection of kitchen utensils.
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Rowenta Precision Valet garment steamer.
Dyson rootcyclone low reach vacuum cleaner.
Thule rooftop carrier (priced to sell).
4-drawer painted white chest.
Hall bench, painted black, rush seat.
Fender guitar case.
Good selection of ceramic, artist-signed pots.
Karaoke machine TBK-70N, with several discs.
Piece of architectural art, Cast iron “wheel”, dated August 1881-1897.
Reproduction Lava Lamp.
Some Christmas decorations.
Bed linens and towels, etc. (assorted).
Modern carved pine wood horse; note dentil trim on base.
And much, much, more . . .
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