Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd., will hold online-only auctions the weekend of March 25th and 26th
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Both have start times of 9am Eastern and are online-only, with bidding via LiveAuctioneers.com & MillerandMillerAuctions.com. The Day 1 star lot is an oil painting by the acclaimed Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis (1903-1970).

NEW HAMBURG, Ontario - iSportsWire -- Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. will be a hive of activity later this month, with a Canadiana & Decorative Arts auction on Saturday, March 25th, followed the very next day by a Historic Lamps & Lighting auction. Both have start times of 9am Eastern and are online-only, with bidding via LiveAuctioneers.com and MillerandMillerAuctions.com.

"The March 25th sale offers collectors of Canadian heritage a chance to 'drink from the cup'," said company president Ethan Miller. "An important basket of fresh to the market material is hitting the market at once. A case in point: the Skip Kerr collection. When Skip wasn't building the go-to online resource for 'made in Canada' Pequegnat clocks, he was hunting for them."

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As expected, the day's anticipated top lot is an oil on board painting by the acclaimed Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis (1903-1970). Titled Traffic Jam, the 11 ½ inch by 12 inch early and humorous work depicts a cow blocking a car from getting by. It's a bit out of sync with Lewis's repertoire, but is a rare and important example of the breadth of her work (est. $30,000-$35,000).

All estimates quoted are in Canadian dollars.

Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. is no stranger to Maud Lewis. Her work has been featured in several past sales, including one held in October 2022, in which eleven paintings by the artist brought a staggering $559,510. Then, in February 2023, six original oil on board paintings and a watercolor and pen on paper by Lewis sold for a combined $198,830 – a grand total of $758,340.

A Georgian period (circa 1820s) Canadian breakfast table in mahogany and figured mahogany attributed to Thomas Nisbet (Saint John, New Brunswick), displaying all the typical features uses by Nesbit, is estimated to reach $12,000-$15,000; while a spectacular, circa 1880 Canadian or American Victorian-era three-piece bedroom suite in the Renaissance Revival style, consisting of a gorgeous bed and two marble-top dressers with mirrors, should also bring $12,000-$15,000.

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While these are Internet-only auctions, bidders can tune in to the live webcast on March 25th and 26th, to watch the lots close in real time. Here's a link to the March 25th auction: https://live.millerandmillerauctions.com/auctions/4-8OU2FD/canadiana-decorative-arts. Here's a link to the March 26th auction: https://live.millerandmillerauctions.com/auctions/4-8X3IHM/historic-lamps-lighting.



Source: Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd.

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