Early 1900s Seeburg Style “G” orchestrion, a coin-op mechanical masterpiece, 66 inches tall by 79 inches wide, with mosaic leaded art glass doors, 13 “G” rolls (est. CA$20,000-$30,000).
Shell Tokheim 300 double gas pump, a beacon of prosperity from the golden age of the motorist, 58 inches tall by 34 inches wide, great man cave item (est. CA$8,000-$10,000).
Canadian 1920s tin litho sign for Mother Hubbard Shoes, 60 inches by 30 inches in the original wood frame (est. CA$3,500-$5,000).
Circa 1890 high-wheel bicycle made in Canada, marked “The Goold Bicycle Company Ltd., Branford, Ont.”, sporting a 54-inch diameter front wheel (est. CA$4,000-$6,000).
27-inch orchestral Regina upright music box, coin-operated and made in 1898, tagged ‘Orchestral Regina’ to the frieze board and with 29 discs. (est. CA$8,000-$10,000).
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