Premier Thanksgiving Consignment Auction – Two Sessions from Ward’s Auctions! Sunday, October 8th and Monday October 9th

Ward’s Auctions is excited to bring you a fantastic premier Thanksgiving consignment auction. Ward’s takes the stage on Sunday, October 8th, 2023, and again on Monday, October 9th, 2023, to auction off over 1700 lots of an eclectic mix of everything from collectibles, antiques, and high-end modern furniture, to jewellery, tools, artwork, and just about anything else you can imagine. This diverse offering will be previewing on Friday, October 6th from 4-8pm in house, at 11802 – 145 St, Edmonton, AB.  Bidders can bid live online or leave their absentee bids now on this fantastic catalog!  The live auction kicks off at 10:00AM Mountain Time on both days.

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Here is a selection of the Day 1 highlights from the sale:

Lot 1012 –  Vintage Tri-Ang Jones KL 44 crane 16″ in height with manual control and automatic brakes.

Lot 1042 – Admiral non-magnetic, 17 jewel pocket watch in open face nickel silver watch case.

Lot 1056 – Franklin Mint sterling silver $10 Commonwealth of the Bahamas collector coin in presentation box.

Lot 1078 – Two Louis Vuitton monogram bags including Speedy with leather detailing and a bucket bag.

Lot 1082 – 150th scale Corgi diecast limited edition Heavy Haulage Man King Trailer & Crusher Load.

Lot 1107 – Set of right handed golf clubs, bag and accessories. Ping TFC-909 #5-#9 and U irons, Carbite putter, etc.

Lot 1119 – 100% hand made Iranian wool “Kashan” area carpet with green background, geometric floral pattern.

Lot 1134 – Two vintage Hudson’s Bay wool blankets, made in England including an 82″ X 66″ four point blanket.

Lot 1275 – Sterling silver and rhodium plated moissanite halo ring set with 2.00ct blue center stone and .35ct.3

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Here is a selection of the Day 2 highlights from the sale:

Lot 36 – High-end, quality soft leather sofa in cigar brown colour, made by Montauksofa.

Lot 43 – Four drawer oak canteen with flip-up lid of Wostenholm’s I*XL cutlery, Sheffield, including settings.

Lot 51 – 18kt yellow gold dragonfly brooch, set with 1.05ct oval cabochon sapphires, 5.00ct of round full cut.

Lot 55 –  Antique Art Deco platinum emerald and diamond brooch set with center hexagonal step cut .50ct diamond.

Lot 91 – Moorcroft “Eventide” 8 1/4″ vase with William Moorcroft signature in slate blue.

Lot 101 – Mid century 45″ diameter glass topped aluminum lily table by designer Arthur Court.

Lot 108 – Antique Italian marble two piece sculpture of a boy intently looking down at an ascending crab.

Lot 114 – Pair of antique Chinese silver foo dogs with coloured enamel decoration, each 4 1/2″ in length.

Lot 122 – Five section oak barrister book cabinet, includes base and topper, each section fitted with push-in lock

Lot 186 – Vintage Scheibe-Alsbach porcelain figure of “Napolean crossing the Alps” 25″ in height.

Lot 310 – 2004 Ferrari 360 Spider, red with black convertible top, tan and black interior, paddle shift.

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All items are online with photos, descriptions, and estimated values. Ward’s Auctions is happy to answer all questions via email or phone.  You can call them at 780-451-4549 or email them at

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Ward’s Auctions strives to provide Canada with superior auctioneering and liquidation services. Our roots run deep. Bud Haynes Auctions was the oldest firearms auctioning company in the country – dating back to the 1960s. Out of Bud Haynes Auctions came Ward’s Auctions, which built on this reputation.

From 1980 on, Ethel Ward developed a country-wide reputation that persists today. Today, second-generation auctioneers Bud Haynes and Brad Ward use their lifelong friendship and shared passion to become the region’s most trusted auction. We go beyond buying, selling, and consignment and instead build long-standing relationships with our customers.

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