EASTERN ONTARIO DEALERS
Specializing in vintage advertising, collectibles, vintage toys & nostalgia, Aubrey's Antiques has been a recognized name in the antiques business for over 40 years.
Aubrey's Antiques is a trusted name for all antiques and collectibles and is at the forefront of promoting antiques advertising and nostalgia to the discerning collector.
Aubrey's Antiques participates in most Ontario outdoor antique shows.
5683 Bank St.
613 821 3887 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Fine furniture and decorative objects from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
With over forty years of collecting and studying antique furniture and a variety of smalls, Fred Rizner offers a carefully chosen collection of fine antiques that represent the best of their times.
As a member, and current president, of the Canadian Antique Dealers Association, Cherry Hill Antiques guarantees each item to be as described, and also adheres to a code of business that makes purchasing an antique an investment in the future.
Fred Rizner is also a member of the Canadian Professional Appraisers and can provide appraisals suitable for Revenue Canada, estates and valuations.
211 Cherry Hill Rd.
P.O. Box 81
905 269 2265 | email@example.com
Fine and rare stamps, postal history, manuscripts and ephemera
While Chris Green deals in all manner of philatelic material, his primary interest lies in classic philately. He is a member of a number of specialist societies, including the American Philatelic Society, the Philatelic Specialists Society of Canada, the China Stamp Society, the United States Classics Society, and is a Life Member of the Royal Philatelic Society London. He is a Director of the Postal History Society of Canada and the British North America Philatelic Society, serves on the Expert Committee of the Vincent Graves Greene Philatelic Research Foundation, and was the Canadian Ambassador and a Leadership Patron of STOCKHOLMIA 2019.
Our retail store, Chris Green Stamps, is one of Canada’s few remaining bricks-and-mortar stamp shops.
151-D Second Ave.
613 421 3576 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Elleke Claassen Art & Antiques sources unique & desirable pieces from around the world.
Elleke Claassen was trained in arts, design and restoration in England and the Netherlands. As a young woman she was a cultural tour guide in Spain and France, where she met her husband Willem, a fellow Dutchman. They married in 1965 and started discovering, collecting, restoring and trading objects and furniture that caught their imagination. One magical part of the life of an arts and antiques dealer is finding and helping to preserve the incarnation of creativity that had enough quality to withstand time.
1538 Shore Rd.
613 767 6538
Since 1989 Ernest Johnson Antiques has been offering discriminating clients a select inventory of 18th – 20th century English, European and Asian Fine & Decorative Art.
Ernest Johnson has authored a monthly antiques column for Ottawa Life Magazine and has written feature articles for The Upper Canadian – now known as ‘Canadian Antiques & Vintage Magazine’ - Canada's foremost antiques magazine.
613 741 8565
Smith’s Creek Antiques is located on Walton Street in a restored 1847 three storey brick building beside the Ganaraska River in the designated Heritage District of picturesque downtown Port Hope, Ontario.
Our building is part of one of the “Best Preserved Main Streets” in Ontario. Port Hope is a vibrant community of independently owned antique shops, great restaurants, boutique shops, inns, bed and breakfasts and art galleries all located in restored premises.
Our shop currently occupies 5,000 square feet on 2 floors offering a variety of genuine antiques with a strong focus on early original paint and refinished Canadiana. We have a large selection of 19th Century furniture, pottery, art, folk art, architectural finds and interesting items found in early Canadian homes.
27 Walton St.
Port Hope, Ontario
Clay & Carol Benson
905 885 7840
Specialist dealers in 17th to 20th century European paintings, watercolours, drawings and engravings.
Established by José von Winckelmann in 2007, Winckelmann Gallery trades principally in French paintings from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries. The gallery specializes in quality works by well-known artists who are regularly featured in fine art museums and important private collections around the world, and also stocks a broad range of paintings, drawings and engravings by lesser-known French and other European artists who have left their mark on European history and culture. Clients of the gallery can expect to find carefully selected, unique and attractive works, supported by diligent art-historical research to give them added context and new meaning.
Based in Ottawa, Canada, Winckelmann Gallery operates as a trusted online gallery, and has earned a solid reputation for quality, reasonable prices and highly professional, personalized service.
17th, 18th, and 19th period furniture, art, silver and decorative objects
P.O. Box 2036
Perth Road Village, Ontario
Old Tymers Clocks and Watches
Specialists in antique and vintage clocks and watches of all kinds
571 B Princess Street
Kingston ON K7L 1C8
Robert Wright Books
Specializing in 19th and 20th century literary first editions - Pre-Raphaelite movement, William Morris, John Ruskin, Rossetti Family, Canadian literature and poetry, and cinema
Robert Wright Books
P.O. Box 45