LOUIS ICART (NY/FRANCE, 1888-1950) "Don Juan" etching with aquatint, hand coloring, pencil signed but lacking limitation, in green and gold molded frame, french ruled mat with second small window for title, under glass, OS: 32" x 24 1/2", image size: 20" x 13 1/4".
Note verso indicates this was sold as part of the contents of Covenhove, the New Brunswick home of Sir William van Horne (1843-1915), builder of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
WWII Canadian Pacific Coast Militia Rangers (PCMR) Group, c.1942-45 comprising a cap with a cap badge, a lapel pin, a fabric swatch and two photographs, one inscribed 'Nanaimo, H. Baldwin'
various sizes, cap 9 x 9 in — 22.9 x 22.9 cm
MARINE & OCEAN LINERS BOOKSA group of twenty six (26) marine based hardcover & soft cover books, to include: British Ships & Shipping Illustrated, The Ships of British Columbia (G.&P. Bannerman), The Princess Story (Hacking & Lamb), Beneath the House Flag of the P&O (Peter Padfield), Ravenscrag - The Allan Royal Mail Line (M&S), The History of the White Star (Robert Gardiner), Ships & Shipping (John D. Harbron), A shipping Venture (Anne & Russell Long), Cunard - A Photographic History (Janette McCutcheon), Ellermans - A Wealth of Shippining (James Taylor), The Red Star Line (Vernon E.W. Finch), The Empire Ships - Second Edition (Mitchell & Sawyer), The Wonder Books of Ships, Canadian Pacific (George Musk), Lords of the East (Sutton), Time and Tide - 1807-2007 - 200 years of The Bibby Line Group (Arabella McIntyre-Brown), The Story of P&) (David & Stephen Howarth), Ships of the World - An Historical Encyclopedia (Lincoln Paine), Ships (C. Hamilton Ellis), SeaShell (Stephen Howarth), Merchant Fleets 1939 (Jordan), Ships Visual Encyclopedia (David Ross), The Tea Clippers (MacGregor), Ocean Liners (Robert Wall), Ocean Liners (Bill Miller).
CP & CN PASSENGER TABLEWAREA group of six pieces of hotel table ware to include, three entrée covers in graduating size, one oval bread basket with marks for Elkington Plate, a handled cooler, along with a large water pitcher with lid, the later bearing marks for Mappin & Webb. Each piece monogrammed for Canadian Pacific (with Beaver mark), or Canadian National. Pitcher 11 inches high. Condition noted, denting, rust spots and micro scratches to all commensurate with usage and age (non serviceable).
VINTAGE ADVERTISING POSTER, EMPRESS OF SCOTLANDA vintage Canadian Pacific (French) advertising colour lithographic poster, depicting the Empress of Scotland at sea promoting the route "Au Canada et aux Etats-Unis par la belle voie abritée du Saint Laurent" (In Canada and the United States by the beautiful protected way of the St-Laurent). Signed in plate by Norman Wilkinson. Printed by Nissen and Arnold Ltd., London. Framed. 39 x 24 inches.
LARGE SCALE MODEL OF R.M.S. EMPRESS OF BRITAINA most unique large scale wooden model of 'R.M.S. EMPRESS OF BRITAIN', the superstructure is lit from within (functioning), rigged & detailed with a compliment of 15 adjustable lifeboats, a float plane, and the upper deck replete with deck chairs, badminton nets, etc. Ship dimensions, 62" long x 9" wide x 30" high. Crate dimensions, 39" high x 67" long x 15" wide. Condition noted, surface wear, minor losses, one propeller is detached but remains intact. Some lifeboats requiring minor restoration. Note: The R.M.S. Empress of Britain was completed in 1931, and was the largest ship in the Canadian Pacific fleet, as well as the most luxurious & fastest transatlantic passenger ship sailing at that time between Canada & Great Britain. She was the largest liner sunk by a German U-Boat on October 28th, 1940 off the coast of Northern Ireland, and is recorded as the largest liner lost during World War II. Provenance: Based on family account, this model was made by an inmate at St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary in Quebec, and acquired at the inmate hobby craft center by their grandfather who was then the head of the Remission Branch Service for the Canadian Federal Government (later known as Correctional Services of Canada) thence by descent to their father in 1942. Retains its original shipping crate bearing stenciled lettering and remnants of paper handling labels.
CANADIAN PACIFIC LITHOGRAPHIC POSTER, C. 1935A Canadian Pacific advertising colour lithographic poster depicting a two-funnel liner steaming out of Liverpool harbour with the Royal Liver Building in the background. Circa 1935. Signed in the plate Odin Rosenvinge (1880-1957, British). Plaque on the frame inscribed "Canadian Pacific Montrose - Montclare - Montcalm". Mahogany frame. Circa 1935. Dimensions: 29 x 39 inches.
ALFRED J. CASSON, OC, RCA (1898-1992) CANADIANAlfred Joseph Casson, O.C., R.C.A., "Algonquin Provincial Park", silkscreen print on paper board, 24 x 30 inches, signed in the print. Verso stamped: SERIGRAPH PROCESS DISPLAY, MADE IN CANADA BY DISPLAY DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS, CANADIAN PACIFIC, MONTREAL.
CAMP SCENE BY TOM H. HALL (1885-1972)An unframed large oil on canvas by Tom H. Hall (1885-1972) of a camp scene with one man cooking on the fire while the other does some patching on a birchbark canoe. Signed T.H. Hall. Tom Hall emigrated from England in 1907 and became a well-known illustrator producing artwork for posters, calendars and magazine covers. He was also commissioned by the Dominion Cartridge Company (owned by C-I-L) where his artwork was the basis of numerous posters and calendars depicting Canadian wildlife and Canadian hunters. In the 1930s Tom Hall was one of the key artists for Canadian Pacific poster designs with his 1938 grizzly poster for CP winning him the Transit Advertisers award for finest poster in the travel division. Throughout the 1930s, 40s and early 1950s his artwork was a mainstay for Rod & Gun in Canada magazine. Dimensions, 23" x 37". FRANCAIS: Grande huile sur toile non encadrée de Tom H. Hall (1885-1972). Scène d’un camp avec un homme cuisinant sur le feu, et d'un autre faisant réparant un canot. Signé T.H. Hall. Tom Hall, émigré d'Angleterre en 1907, est un illustrateur bien connu produisant des illustrations pour affiches, calendriers et couvertures de magazines. Il a reçu des commandes de la Dominion Cartridge Company (propriété de C-I-L) où ses œuvres ont servi à de nombreuses affiches et calendriers représentant la faune et les chasseurs canadiens. Dans les années 1930, Tom Hall était l'un des artistes clés du Canadien Pacifique. Son affiche Grizzly de 1938 pour CP lui a valu le prix Transit Advertisers de la meilleure affiche de la division "voyages". Des années 30, 40 et début des années 50, le magazine Rod & Gun utilisait principalement ses oeuvres.
2PC ROYAL DOULTON CUP AND SAUCER, CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTE...Gilt trim Bone China decorated with royal crown and floral motif. Royal Doulton Canadian Pacific Hotels Backstamp.
Cup 4.75"x2.25". Saucer 5.25" #royaldoulton #canadianpacific #teacup #saucer
Issued: 20th-21st c.
Manufacturer: Royal Doulton
Country of Origin: England
KATHLEEN WHEELER HUNT FIGUREKathleen Wheeler hunt figure, glazed over soft paste porcelain; signed to back; measures approximately 10" tall, 3-1/2" wide, and 9-3/4" deep; in fair overall condition with some repairs throughout. A sculptor, Kathleen Crump was known for life-size portraits of horse-race winners and also for portrait busts of prominent persons such as Clarence Darrow, Samuel Gompers and Queen Elizabeth II of England. When the monarch visited America in 1954, one of her official gifts was a portrait of herself by Kathleen Crump. During her lifetime, Crump lived in Canada, 1910; Illinois and Wisconsin, 1914-25; Washington, DC, 1926; and Chevy Chase, Maryland. As a young woman in Canada, she lived on a ranch, and made sketches and models of horses. One of these was exhibited at the Royal Academy in London, and purchased by King George V. She was later commissioned to sculpt and paint the winners of the Kentucky Derby, which are in the collection at the Churchill Downs. She attended the Slade Art School in London. Memberships included the Society Washington Artists, Philadelphia Allied Artists of America, and the Washington Art Club. Exhibitions included the Royal Academy, London; Society of Washington Artists; Art Institute of Chicago; Paris Salon; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts annual, 1917, 1920-23; and Greater Washington Independent Exhibition, 1935. Collections include Harvey's Museum, St. John's Wood, London; Hackley Art Gallery, Muskegon, MI; Ackermann Gallery, New York; W. Russell Button, Chicago; Purvell Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland; Canadian Pacific Railroad, London; Churchill Downs in Lexington, Kentucky.
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