It doesn’t matter if it’s hot outside;
or hot inside the auction room;
it’s all good to me.
There is nothing more invigorating than raising that number and getting the deal of the day or decade.
Come on over to 106 Read Street in Merrickville, Ontario on May 17th at 9:30am to the Mantiques Auction. If you want to jazz up your man cave with some eye-catching vintage, this is the place to be. Signs, Tin, Gas Pumps, Bumper Cars, Cast Iron – you name it -you will find it here.
Even if you aren’t a dude you can find some awesome basement decor bargains. Visit Colin Latreille Auction Services for more and please note online bidding is available for this auction. Preview is May 16 and May 17.
Eastern Ontario is home to some astounding nostalgia and advertising auctions and this one is no exception. In a later post I will tell you all about my day trip to The Jewel of the Rideau and all the jewels I found.
Before I go for this evening…
I was not born in Cumberland, Ontario but I was raised in the village so I wanted to give a shout-out-about a Cumberland Village auction coming up on May 31st.
It is an on site auction sale located at 1961 Sarsfield Road. You will find an array of ornate furnishings, kitchen items, antiques, horse drawn items, a Chevy and a little bit of everything under the sun. Visit Guy Bissonnette – Auctioneer for the details.
If you are bringing your family along to the auction you should make a day of it and take a drive over to The Cumberland Heritage Village Museum. The museum is all about being old fashioned and that’s why I have always had a good time there.
I like to spend the day awakening my senses;
there is nothing like a live auction;
or exploring a new town.
Have a great Friday,