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Classified deadline for May/June (Issue 130) is April 15, 2017
 
   
   
   
 
Classified ads can be placed in the Wayback Times print edition for a single issue, or up to a year in advance. Your print ad will be posted online for the length of your ad at no additional cost.

Online-only classified ads in most categories are $5 a month for a 24-word ad, with a minimum insertion of two months. Online only: flat-rate classifieds for short notice, 24-word auction sale ads ($10), plus HST.

Our print, plus web site, classified ad rates, plus HST
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30 words - $20; Additional words - 30 cents each; 2 issues - $35; 3 issues - $50; Full year, with 30 words - $85, all plus HST

Online only classified rates for 24-word ads, plus HST
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Two-month minimum - $10, plus $5 a month for additional months; Additional words - 30 cents each; Full year, with 24 words, $50. (Include a photograph for your online classified for an additional $6). All rates plus HST.

Ads can be paid for by cheque, money order or Visa, MasterCard or American Express by calling 705-696-1833 or email us.
 


 
Thrifty Finds, 479 Ashley Street, Foxboro, Ontario. Ph :613-966-2913. "Unique" shopping experience in historical 19th Century bakery. Collectibles, tins, decorative pieces, tools, books. Something new coming in 2017 season beginning April 1. Open daily 10-6. ma/129

Carousel Collectables, 27 Mississaga Street West, Orillia. A multi-vendor market featuring antiques, collectables, furniture, vinyl records, glass, china, jewellery, books etc. Call 705-327-7965, or visit carouselcollectables.com. Follow us on Twitter@carousel_orillia and Facebook@CarouselCollectables nd/109

This and That Flea Market, 870 Taunton Road East in Whitby, (between Thickson and Garrard), Sundays only, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. We have comics, action figures, home renovations, video surveillance cameras, digital recorders new and used. Installations available. New and used furniture. bath time candy (soap), novelty items, new and used toys, candles, vintage collectibles, military items, handcrafted items, handcrafted native jewellery. dolls. new fragrances, gift baskets, electronics, records, CDs, DVDs and musical related items, books. rare Egyptian items. Something for everyone. New items weekly. Snack bar. Friendly atmosphere. Hope to see you. For Info. Ph. Ed 1-905-985-7715. nd/16
 
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Camera collection: 600+ museum quality items 1860-1950. Many rare and unusual. $40,000 (retail value $80,000+) Email for full list. lesjonescovershots@gmail.com Tel: 416-691-1555 200+ Daguerreotypes also available.

Milk bottles, round and square, ACL and embossed from B.C. through to Newfoundland. Also have milk bottle caps, tokens, tickets, butter wrappers and cartons, including round ones from the ‘30s and ‘40s. Call Bruce at 705-887-4134 nd/17
Aladdin oil lamp collection. 330 Aladdin table lamps, 130 various glass shades. Serious enquiries only, please. Contact Wayne at 905-308-5465. Collection to be sold as a whole. Email: wwmerritt@hotmail.ca mj/17

Estate sale: Something old, something new; European glassware, crystal, china, ceramics, pottery, silverplate, holloware. By appointment only. No dealers. 905-934-8960 so/17

Currently available at Fibres: Decoys, some old skates and an iron cornbread plate. To view see www.fibresnorth.ca. Click on "store" and the category "Art." Order online, or contact Laurel MacDowell at 705-489-2652 from Friday to Sunday, or call 705-754-9545.

The Eclectic Lady, 43736 Talbot Line, St.Thomas, ON. Phone 226-777-4284. A “functional vintage” store specializing in yesterday's items that enhance your life today. Selling good quality furniture, tableware, lamps, wall art, decorative pieces and ladies accessories. Open Monday to Saturday, 10-5.

Over 200 antique metal bells
; school, church, train, ship, push and hand bells, gongs, horse and camel bells. Some are 200 years old. Call Robert at 450-247-2426, Hemmingford, Quebec. MJ/124

Private collection of antique clocks and memorabilia. Includes Canadian Pequegnat, Canada West, Westclox, American - Seth Thomas, Railway Regulators, Ansonia, Gilbert, Grandfathers and novelty. Please call Doug Janney in Renfrew, Ontario, 613-433-3411 or email dljanney@sympatico.ca ma/17

Antique bisque dolls for sale. Excellent condition and nicely dressed. Koppelsdorf, Bergmann, Dressel, Schwab, Schoenhut and many more. Please call 613-308-9378 jf/17
Large doll collection, antique and collectible, some still in original packages. Several glass doll cases. Will be sold as a unit for best offer. Call Bill at 705-748-9436 nd/16
The perfect gift: Geographical lithographs, published in 1782, are available at Sidestreet Gallery, 264 Main Street, Wellington, Ontario. On-site framing is available. Please call 613-399-5550. nd/16

Vintage Clocks and Antiques: Two floors of treasures. Member of NAWCC. (National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors.) Marjorie Wilson, 488 Hastings St., N., Bancroft (opposite CTS gas bar). 613-332-3948 nd/12

Oil lamps (more than 100) and electric-antique and vintage. North American clocks, watches and parts. Railroad items, telephones, cameras, player piano rolls, oil paintings, architectural pieces, tin signs. Iron fencing, numerous old tools plus a large collection of leather maker's tools. We have leaded stain glass windows and doors. Quality glass, china - includes about 50 biscuit jars. Large collection of vintage clothes and accessories. By appointment. Trembley's Antiques, 3510 Colonel Talbot Road, London, ON 519-652-3035. See our website at trembleysantiques.ca or email r.trembley@sympatico.ca jf/17
 
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Interested in Hand Fans? The Fan Association of North America (FANA) is the group for you. Join at fanassociation.org and come to the annual meeting, April 25-30, 2017, in Chicago. Find us on Facebook: Hand Fan Collectors
Aug. 19, 2017: The new Nostalgia & Pop Culture Show and Sale, Prince Edward Curling Club, 375 Main Street, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Adm: $5, children under 12 free. Info: Kevin at mercatusevents@bell.net

Monthly Militaria Show & Sale, Burlington Seniors Centre, 2285 New St., Burlington, ON, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Upcoming 2017 shows: March 19, April 16, May 21, September 17, October 15, November 19. 45 tables of medals, helmets, uniforms, webbing, badges, books, swords, bayonets etc. Dealer inquiries welcome. Our annual 2-day summer show is June 23 and 24, 2017. Contact 226-383-0695 email info@hamwichouse.com or visit www.csmmi.com

Show organizers: Looking for vendors for antiques and collectibles shows? Place a classified ad in the print edition and it will be posted online at no extra charge. Or post it online now for an early start if you missed the current issue.
 
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Upcoming online auction at www.mcleanauctions.com: collectables, coins, comics, records, advertising, jewelry glass & china, antiques, furniture, tools. McLean Auctions, 705-324-2783. Call to list your auction. Check upcoming auctions at www.mcleanauctions.com ma/18

Upcoming online auction at www.easy-bid.ca: Vinyl records; Scout, Guides, Cubs & Brownies collectibles; Dominion of Canada items; area items of towns and cities of mainly south and western Ontario. Check out www.easy-bid.ca jf/17

Auctioneers, advertise your consignment services in our new classifieds auction category in the print edition and online. You can also advertise short-notice upcoming sales (online only) at the same classified ad rates.
 
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Dog, art, antiques and collectibles business for sale: A unique opportunity to acquire a large collection of dog art, prints, figurines, antiques, books and dog jewellery. Sell at dog shows, antique shows and online. Serious inquiries only. Call 613-475-1113 or email janetsregan@gmail.com

Cobourg Antique Marketplace is for sale. Owner wants to retire. Multi-vendor and consignment shop, open six days a week. Good repeat clientele with adjacent coffee/dessert shop and across the road from Victoria Park in lovely, historic downtown Cobourg. Enquiries to antiquemarketplace@cogeco.net
 
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Toronto Chapter 33 of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors is a group of clock and watch enthusiasts who meet six times per year for fellowship, education and exchange of ideas, and to buy/sell/trade. We welcome visitors to our meetings. Visit torontochapter33.ca to learn more. Come see what we are about! Contact Jeff Smith at chapter33@rogers.com nd/17

Canadian Toy Collectors’ Society: Meetings second Friday of month, January to June and September to December at Burnhamthorpe Collegiate Institute, 500 The East Mall, Etobicoke (Toronto), Ontario. Doors open at 6 p.m. Free table space to sell, trade or purchase a wide selection of toys 10 months per year. Themed display competition every month. See website for details www.ctcs.org Contact address: 91 Rylander Blvd., Unit 7, Suite 245, Scarborough, ON M1B 5M5. Email ctcsweb@hotmail.com ma/17


Do you have an interest in old tools? Any kind of old tools? Why not join our club - the Tool Group of Canada. We meet, we trade, we research we share in fellowship. For details, visit thetoolgroupofcanada.com

Canadian Antique Collectors Association. Join us at Montgomery's Inn in Etobicoke. We have speakers on various topics and a bus trip to antique shows and markets. Inquiries to 416-232-0630, email s.l.baptista@rogers.com or visit antiqueca.ca jf/15

Canadian Carnival Glass Association - Our purpose is to encourage learning, to enlighten, to understand and to enjoy old carnival glass. We have regular meetings in various locations in Ontario and a convention in the fall. Membership is $20 per family a year. Info call CCGA President Ingrid Spurrier at 519-745-2474, email ingridspurrier@hotmail.com or visit canadiancarnivalglass.com

Quinte Timekeepers Chapter 119 NAWCC meets in Belleville. Come join our friendly clock/watch group. Learn about collecting, repair and history. Buy - Sell - Trade. For meeting dates, etc, see quintetimekeepers.com or call Wayne at 905-655-3468.

The Canadian Antique Phonograph Society is looking for new members. Cost is only $30, which includes our bi-monthly newsletter. Meetings/auction held about every 6 weeks at Centennial College, Progress Ave, Scarborough. For more information, contact Mike Bryan, 905-727-2979 or email mike@brycorp.ca jf/92
 
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Chair re-gluing and repair. Experienced and reasonable. Serving Durham, York and east GTA areas. Call Ron at 416-994-2628. Also interested in sharing shop space. ma/15

If you want to experience AM740, Elvis and The Beatles in all their acoustic glory, have Paul’s Repair Shop (Toronto) lovingly restore your vintage home and car radios/stereos. Email paul_rosen@sympatico.ca ja/15

Repairs and restorations to porcelain, china, glassware. Your treasures given fastidious attention. Expert workmanship. Call Shirley Davenport, 705 653-5466 R.R. #1 Campbellford. ma/14

Peers Caning: Specializing in wicker restoration, chair caning, rush and splint seats. Call Gina Peers at 705-743-2031. Workshop location: Peterborough, ON. www.peerscaning.com ma/14

George's Custom Paint & Nostalgic Station
, Lindsay, ON. We restore signs. We also restore and sell vintage antique gas pumps, Coke and soda machines and build custom soda bars. Call us today, 705-328-0122, email nostalgicstation@hotmail.com, or visit our very cool updated website georgescustompaint.com so/96
 
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Vendors wanted: 2nd annual Commons Market, one-day show in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Saturday. Sept. 30, 10-5. Great rates. For more info: www.commonsmarket.ca, email info@commonsmarket.ca or 289-868-9738.
Vendors wanted for the new Nostalgia & Pop Culture Show and Sale, Aug. 19, 2017, at the Prince Edward Curling Club, 375 Main Street, Picton, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Info: Email Kevin at mercatusevents@bell.net

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WTB: Collector looking to buy antique and vintage marbles. Send pictures to bjmarble@cogeco.ca or call 905-545-0519. Best cash prices paid. jf/18

WTB: Will pay honest prices for: Old Bibles with family tree section, any condition. Military medals, uniforms, bayonets, swords, documents, Mein Kampf, helmets. Pick up in cafeteria or your location. Please call 416-234-0873. ja/13

WTB: A collector trying to recreate an old time general store wants old tins, postcards, bottles, magazines, books, signs, toys, advertising, old store stock and paper items. 416-745-4981 nd/17

WTB: Poultry memorabilia; old hatchery signs, show ribbons, catalogues, books, schilling paintings, old photos of poultry shows, trophies. Please email bashcurl@golden.net ja/17

WTB: Hockey and baseball cards (pre-1973); Shirriff/Salada hockey and baseball coins; CFL football coins; Toronto and Montreal Post hockey marbles; Cowan hockey tiles; any vintage including Cobb, Ruth, Mantle, Morenz, Horton, Orr. Please call 519-404-6277 or e-mail gppb4@rogers.com so/16

WTB: Threadless insulators: Long-time collectors looking for threadless glass telegraph insulators. For individual items or entire collections, please call Tom @ 519-641-0098, Eli @ 705-331-6890 or e-mail tiannelli0098@rogers.com ma/17

WTB: Collector wishes to buy militaria. Tools of the various trades, petroleum advertising, edged weapons & knives and pre-1897 handguns... whether it be a single piece or an entire collection. Please call 705-778-7401.

WTB: Wanted for collector: Beswick horses, ponies, foals, mounted figures, wall plaques. Cash paid. Send photos to dkhoward@xplornet.ca or call 519-475-6752 ma/17
WTB: Cash for old and new hockey cards. Call anytime: 416-294-4601.

WTB: Old fishing lures, lure boxes, fishing reels and related items.Paying $$$ for mint lures in boxes.Collector Patrick 613-398-7245 or www.ontariolures.com

WTB: Hockey cards wanted: Cash for your old hockey cards! Other sports too! Free pick up. Call 416-294-4601, or email rob@popupshowscanada.com

WTB: Old hotel signs that say “Ladies & Escorts” or “Men Only.” Please call Dave: 905-885-5500 so/16

WTB: I buy antique and vintage collectible marbles. Send pictures to robert.defreitas@sympatico.ca or call Bob at 905-697-9739.

WTB: Cash paid for your old comic books. Free pick up. Please call anytime: 416-294-4601.

WTB: Threadless insulators. Long-time collectors looking for threadless glass telegraph insulators. For individual items or entire collections, please call Tom at 519-641-0098, Eli at 705-331-6890 or e-mail tiannelli0098@rogers.com ma/16

WTB: High-end live steam models and associated items. Also toy trains and boats - prior to the 1960s. Items or collections. Email: quintemanagement@hotmail.com or phone 613-968-5200.

WTB: Snider clocks Toronto 1950 to mid 1970s. Wall, starburst, mantel, alarm, TV lamp models. Please contact Allan, 613-584-9687 or e-mail enquiries@canclockmuseum.ca. The Canadian Clock Museum, Deep River, Ontario. Visit canclockmuseum.ca ja/107

WTB: Police badges I will pay cash for your old police badges for my displays. I am trying to keep the history of policing alive. Looking for any old Toronto, OPP, Ontario, Peel, Dominion and Irish police badges. Also, I am interested any police photos and artifacts as well to display. Highest prices paid! Steven: 416-873-8893, or email: walkthebeat@sympatico.ca

WTB: Guns, rifles, handguns, bb guns, shotguns, good, old or broken etc. I will buy them all. Turn that old rusty gun in your closet into cash. Fair prices. I'll do all the paperwork needed. Call 905-884-0065 c/o Bryan, or e-mail me at bjsgear@yahoo.com jf/16

WTB: Boy Scouts of Canada or America (BSA) patches, badges, neckerchiefs, National and World Jamborees Scout handbook posters, knives, older uniforms. Email donkiper@bell.net or call 905-356-5388. ja/17

WTB: Old telephones: Wooden wall, old desk phones, telephone parts or related items. Also, call Fred for repairs and restoration of vintage phones 905-459-5263, or email fred_lawco@yahoo.ca nd/16
 
 
 
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