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Canadian Antiques Collector Magazine, March 1971

By: N/A

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Art: 1971

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 764H3780

ISBN: B00LCBLMSK

Condition: Good


B00LCBLMSK 32 pages. Features: Reconstructing a House; Antique Beds; Ceramic Cats; Daniel Orth - the Potter of Campden; Legacy of Christopher Wren; Keys; Book Guide; interesting contemporary ads. Printed upon glossy stock. Many black and white photos and illustrations. Average wear. Address label remnant upon front cover. A sound vintage copy. View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, November 1985, Volume 20, No. 6

By: Bradshaw, Marian Hahn

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1985

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9242

Condition: Good


100 pages. Features: LeBaron collection of Canadiana, folk art; Christmas at Dundurn; Ceremonial horse furniture among the Blackfoot; Coffee, Candles and Cognac - Filling the 1890s inventory at Fort St. James; Coopering at Fort Langley; Mission Churches in British Columbia; Spanish Nootka - prints and drawings record B.C.'s first permanent garrison; Hudson Bay Company country-made furniture on the Pacific Slope; Chilkat Dancing Blankets; Mowachaht - a manuscript reports on the people Cook mis-named Nootka; Craigflower Manor near Victoria; B.C. Woman Artists 1885-1985; U'Mista Cultural Centre;... View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, September 1985, Volume 20, No. 5

By: Bradshaw, Marian Hahn

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1985

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9243

Condition: Good


100 pages. Features: Duke of York's tureen's reunited at Christie's; Art and Culture of the peoples of the Northwest Territories; Northwest Territories Quillwork and Tufting; Parks Canada - Prairie Region; Personal Possessions of Fur Traders and Trappers 1800-1920; Buttons for the collector and the archaeologist; Preserved Provisions - Food for the Royal Navy in the High Arctic, 1818-1875; Tin (Can) Archaeology on the Chilkoot Trail; Selections from Fort Garry - Hudson's Bay Company historical collection enters sixth decade; Bottles from a cellar at St. Andrew's rectory, Manitoba; The Mothe... View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, May/June 1985, Volume 20, No. 3

By: Bradshaw, Marian Hahn

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1985

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9244

Condition: Good


100 pages. Features: The Lachine Rapids and their mark on history; Indian trade silver in the McCord Museum collection; Lords of the Lakes - the North West Company 1784-1821; Wintering Dishes - recalling the famed Beaver Club dinners (with recipes!); Trade and Empire - Fishermen began fur trade in New France; The Challenge of Heritage Conservation (in English and French); Several articles in French; Domestic Interiors - Parks Canada's designated houses in Quebec; Exhibit of five centuries of old and rare maps; The Liliane Stewart Collection; Counterfeit Canadiana I; Paperweights. Light wear... View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, March/April 1985, Volume 20, No. 2

By: Bradshaw, Marian Hahn

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1985

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9245

Condition: Good


102 pages. Features: Painted Illustions - Decorative Wall Painting in Saint John, New Brunswick; The Fascinating World of Historical Costume Design; Louisbourg Gaming; Artifacts of the Saphire - a glimpse of life on board a 17th century English warship; Furnishing Louisbourg; The Orderly Gardens of 18th century Louisbourg; Fashions and Fabrics at 18th century Louisbourg; The Durell service - Chinese export porcelain with a Louisbourg connection; Art History at Beausejour; A colonial merchant's life-style in 18th century Canso; P.E.I.'s Confederation Chamber; An invitation to Fanning Bank, P.... View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, January/February 1985, Volume 20, No. 1

By: Bradshaw, Marian Hahn

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1985

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9246

Condition: Good


78 pages. Features: The Joseph Shephard House - a rural gem in Metro Toronto; Conservation Laws - fact or fiction?; Parks Canada Centennial; The Wheat Pattern; Pictures of home and family life - Parks Canada's research collection; Military Portraiture; Wildfowl Sculptor - Regina's William Hazzard; Necessitous Strangers - the Huguenots and their influence on English silver; Article on the mementos that filled the ornate parlours of the late Victorian era; Tapestries and needlework in the home; The True Spirit of Reform - Flasks. Moderate wear. Sound copy. View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, November/December 1984, Volume 19, No. 6

By: Bradshaw, Marian Hahn

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1984

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9247

Condition: Good


78 pages. Features: Patterns of Power - The symbols of Great Lakes Indian Art; Mason's Ironstone - 'improvements in the manufacture of English porcelain'; Bermuda's Government House; Seeing Double - The 19th century's Stereoscope; South China Sea Find - Ming-filled wreck provides earlier dating documentation; Wilno Furniture - Made in the first Polish settlement in Canada; Nineteenth Century Pottery and Porcelain for Canadian Collectors; Cornwall Pewter Plate Mystery. Moderate wear. Sound copy. View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, September/October 1984, Volume 19, No. 5

By: Bradshaw, Marian Hahn

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1984

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9248

Condition: Good


78 pages. Features: Treasures from Mohawk Village - the Mohawk Chapel and other reminders of Native Loyalists; Nova Scotia Basketry Traditions; Tools of the Harvest; Loyalists - The First Year... The Experience of 1784 on the St. Lawrence River; Preserving Food in Early Ontario; Gardens, Hearts and Distelfinken - Symbols in Mennonite folk art speak of Paridise; Of Grapes and Wine - a look at the early days; Pennsylvania German Mennonite Food; French Cooking in Ontario; British Recipes; Hamilton's Stitt Collection of 19th century views of Canada; Ontario Kitchens in Transition; Ontario's Black... View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, July/August 1984, Volume 19, No. 4

By: Bradshaw, Marian Hahn

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1984

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9249

Condition: Good


78 pages. Features: Limoelou Restored - Jacques Cartier's manor house at Saint-Malo; Bill Reid's Magnificent Bronze Haida Killer Whale; John O'Brien, Maritime Artist; Queen Victoria's Royal Barge; Arnold 176 - The Vancouver Chronometer; Boulton's Garden - Fifty Years in the Landscape of The Grange, Toronto; Year-Round Bouquets - preserved flowers help museums come alive; Signs of the Times - wonderful old advertisements; A short history of Toronto's Royal Canadian Yacht Club; Architect and Muralist - The Painter George Reid in Onteora, New York; Toronto in Music - Notes of a Collector. Light... View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, May 1984, Volume 19, No. 3

By: Bradshaw, Marian Hahn

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1984

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9250

Condition: Good


78 pages. Features: Simcoe's Legacy - Ontario, Toronto, and the Queen's Rangers; The Hague Porcelain - a brief history and description of The Hague porcelain; Georgian Elegance in Canada; Prologue to Toronto - The Town of York, 1793-1834; Straw Weaving - Revived in Saskatchewan; David and His Harp - An Historic Canadian Organ Case in Chicago; Trafalgar Lodge - a rare example of Gothic Revival in Montreal; English Silver - The French Connection. Light wear. Sound copy. View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, March/April 1984, Volume 19, No. 2

By: Bradshaw, Marian Hahn

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1984

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9251

Condition: Good


70 pages. Features: Auction Reports 1983; Pioneer Tools - The MacLachlan Woodworking Museum, Township of Pittsburgh; The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art Opens; Spadina - Toronto Preserves Spadina House; Lucky's Keyrings - Collecting Has a Therapeutic Value; Sesquicentennial Styles - wearing apparel in the eighteen-thirties; Perry Davis (Pain-killer) - King of the Wild Frontier; From the Four Quarters - Centuries of Visual Culture Regained for Ontario; The History of the City of Toronto's Fine Art Collection. Light wear. Nice copy. View more info

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Canadian Antiques Collector Magazine, May/June 1974, Vol. 9 No. 3 *SPECIAL QUEBEC ISSUE*

By: Coburn, W. Newlands; et al

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Toronto, The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1974

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9308

Condition: Good


Much text also in French. Features: Saint Gabriel House; The Preservation of Old Monteal; Traditional Sculpture; History of Painting; Conversion Through Pictures - An Aspect of Religious Painting in New France; Quebec's Traditional House; Early Furniture; Silver; Quebec Ceramics; Quebec Maple-Sugar Moulds; Stoves; From an 18th Century Table; French-Canadian Blankets; The First Quebec Glass Factory - Canada Glass Works; Some Museums of Quebec.. and Their Treasures; Military and Maritime Museum. Date hand-written upon front cover. Modest wear. Quality copy. View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, January/February 1984, Volume 19, No. 1

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1984

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9252

Condition: Good


62 pages. Features: A Salute to the Settlement of Ontario; Shelburne's Ross-Thomson House... The Largest Loyalist artifact in the Nova Scotia Museum's Collection; Toronto a la carte - Exhibition mapping Toronto's First Century marks the city's Sesquicentennial; Return to Glengarry - Retired Northwest Company partners of Eastern Ontario; The Canadian Connection - Parisian Art Nouveau Designer Edward Colonna spent much of his life in North America; From Shore to Shore - Print-derived drawing from Victorian New Brunswick depicts man's passage through life; A Quiet Wealth - Textile Arts of Coasta... View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, September/October 1983, Volume 18, No. 5

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9253

Condition: Very Good


68 pages. Features: The Weldon Collection - Part II - English Pottery; Snuff Bottles; The Loyalists - Bicentennial Exhibition at the New Brunswick Museum; Silk Roads, China Ships - Inspiration for 2000 years of collecting; Furniture-Making in Harbour Grace - Part II, Albert Rogers; James Kerr-Lawson Restored; "La Haute Folie" Still Standing - The Hurtubise house has endured three turbulent centuries; Survival Transcended - Folk Art in Canada; An American in London - a report on London's Grosvenor House Antique Fair. Light wear. Nice copy. View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, July/August 1983, Volume 18, No. 4

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9254

Condition: Very Good


64 pages. Features: Furniture-Making in Harbour Grace - Part I - Alexander and Edward Parsons, Francis Cody; Reading Armorials on Silver; Asian Art in the National Gallery; The Weldon Collection; Small-Scale Graphics - Stamps; Maurice Cullen Revisited - Evanescent themes and Impressionistic Principles; The Copper that came from Heaven - Exhibition celebrates the dance dramas of the Kwakwaka'wakw; The Art of Francis Silver - Folk Artist Commented on life in Nova Scotia from the 1860s on; Martyrdom of the Jesuit Fathers - the most remembered image of early Canada. Light wear. Nice copy. View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, March/April 1983, Volume 18, No. 2

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9256

Condition: Very Good


72 pages. Features: Auction Report 1982; Architectural Stone Carving in 19th Century Guelph; Quebec House - James Wolfe's childhood home in Kent; Early Coins of Canada; Canadian-American Postal Relations - I - The Beginnings to the 1820s; A Dowager Clings to Dignity - Edmonton's Alberta Hotal set a standard of Western Hospitality; Legh Mulhall Kilpin (1855-1919); Restoration and Renovation VI - Landscaping Your Period House; The Graphic Art of Advertising Pot-Lids; Unsuspected Harmonies - an unusual exhibit investigates multicultural responses to aesthetic qualities. Light wear. Nice copy. View more info

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

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9258

Condition: Very Good


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; Nu... View more info

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

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9260

Condition: Very Good


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... View more info

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

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9261

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

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

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9262

Condition: Very Good


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 foo... View more info