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Re: Scarce beaver gobelet from the St-Jean-Baptiste society june 24th 1880
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Hi there....I had heard at one point 1000 were produced, but there are a lot of these out there still and many have been broken over the period between 1880 and now - so I think production must have been much more than 1000 originally.

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Re: 19th Century Ontario Potteries
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Hi there - I saw your post about Harlander, and there is quite a lot of it out there for sale. The bubble has burst a little with pricing, the huge prices it was bringing is a thing of the past as evidenced by recent ebay and auction prices. Waddingtons in Toronto sells quite a lot of Harlander (check their completed items) and the prices have dropped dramatically there. Ebay continually has 3-5 pieces on and again if you check completed items it is generally going cheap. These would be two recommended sources for you.

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Re: Deichmann Pottery
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The NFB video is quite neat to see. I would love to know where the bowl that was produced for Peter ended up.....'

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Re: Favorite piece of glass
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Hi there - yes I have both versions. The one in the photo is the open version - it also comes in a covered version with an ground stopper - they ground the inside of the syrup to make the lid fit. I have both versions. Nice find. Deichmann

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Re: Favorite piece of glass
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Hi there - yes I have both versions. The one in the photo is the open version - it also comes in a covered version with an ground stopper - they ground the inside of the syrup to make the lid fit. I have both versions. Nice find. Deichmann

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Deichmann Pottery
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Here are some recent Deichmann purchases, all the same day from the same source. The bird is tiny - marked Erica on the bottom. I also liked the covered piece quite a lot - I have quite a number similar but no others with a cover. Enjoy......

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Re: About Deichmann Pottery
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Here are 3 Deichmann Heads or busts. They are 1939, 1938 and 1939 all fully marked. I bought them in Ontario, Maine and New Brunswick respectively.

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Deichmann Pottery Elephant
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As there has been quite a lot of interest in the Teapot I posted previously - I thought you would like to see the large deichmann elephant.

Its dated 1939 and is 9 inches long and stand almost 7 inches high.

The only elephant I have seen, I aquired it out of a private collection here in Ontario .

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Hi there

I am sharing a photo of a great piece I just aquired by master carver EB Cox. Cox's work is all over Ontario, for example at the CNE, U of T, McMaster U, etc...

He worked in Limestone, Marble, Alabaster, and several other mediums including wood and bronze.

This figure of a womans torso in Alabaster is a little over 10 inches high.

I have a couple of his Bronze works and was happy to find this piece.

Now I am on the hunt for more!

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Deichmann Busts
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I had previously posted some photos of a Deichmann Pottery Bust....they say good things come in 3's and this can be said for these busts.

I am attaching a photo of 3 that I have found in 2011.

The Blue one on the left has all the normal Deichmann Marks and Erica 1939.

The small matte finish one in the middle is marked the same and Erica 1939.

The taller one is 1938 and was in my previous posting.

The other 3 I have are 1940, 1944 and 1945. I think that Erica did most of these Busts in the 30's and 40's before they moved to Sussex NB.

I thought you all would like to see these together.

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