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1930s Canadian White Rose painted wood thermometer, one of a few known, unusual in that it promotes multiple products, 21 inches by 8 ¾ inches (est.  CA$2,000-$3,000).

Advertising & Nostalgia Auction, April 6th

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A rare, 1930s-era En-Ar-Co Motor Oil rack made for the Canadian market, a 1989 Rolls Royce Silver Spur car with 100,000 original miles and a 1967 Triumph TR6R Trophy Sport 650 motorcycle in perfect running condition are a few expected top lots in Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd.’s upcoming Advertising & Nostalgia Auction slated for April 6th. The 595-lot live auction will have a start time of 10 am Eastern time, in the Miller & Miller Auctions gallery located at 59 Webster Street in New Hamburg, Ontario, Canada. Online bidding is open now, on LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com, as well as the Miller & Miller website, at www.millerandmillerauctions.com. Phone (519-662-4800) and absentee bids will be accepted. Headlining the event is the lifetime collection of Ryan McNabb, a longtime, dedicated collector out of Sudbury, Ontario. His collection – with fresh-to-the-market additions – features country store advertising, petroliana, vintage toys and premium nostalgia. The sale will be packed with general store signs, gas and oil signs, coin-ops, radios, cars and motorcycles and rare nostalgia. The auction is a generous offering of collectible advertising and nostalgia, dating from around 1900 to the 1970s. The petroliana includes investment-grade tins and signs from Canada’s most highly collected brands, including Imperial Oil, White Rose, Red Indian and others. Additional consignments include select treasures from a multi-generational post office in Rostock, Ontario. A preview will be held Saturday, April 6th, the date of sale, at 8:30 am Eastern time. People can pre-bid live right now online at the Miller & Miller website: www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com.

 

Miller & Miller Auctions. Ltd.
59 Webster Street
New Hamburg, Canada

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