3704 Belaire Drive, Nanaimo Sale Starts today

street view of 3704 belair drive

Friendly Reminder Today is Sale Day at 3704 Belaire Drive, Nanaimo

        Family Day, Monday February 12th       10:00 am to 3:00 pm

        Tuesday, February 13th                              10:00 am to 2:00 pm

NOTE :   We will be accepting Visa or Master card ,or Cash

WE ASK THAT ALL SHOES ARE REMOVED BEFORE ENTERING THE HOME 

NO FOOD OR DRINKS WILL BE  PERMITTED IN THE HOME 

This sale has a wide range of items including rare firearms, new & vintage fly fishing rods, vintage golf clubs, antique ladies traveling case, old wood-working tools,  hand crafted wood furnishing, vases and jewelry. The high end furniture includes a  duck feather filled loveseat & couch, designer  couch & chair and 1/2, leather recliner chair & ottoman, Teak recliner chairs,  antique pieces some of which came from The Hotel Vancouver 50 years ago, local Raku pottery, beautiful lamps, art work  and so much more….

The two Antique Firearms we are featuring at the sale are both in amazing condition and a true addition to any firearms collectors collection!

Antique Brass  French Flint Lock Pistol, mid-1700s,  Bulldog 45 in display box,  and  

Tobin  12 Caliber Shot Gun  (17900), 1909 – 1914,  with it’s original case
This rare and beautifully engraved shotgun was made in the early 1900’s in a Woodstock , Ontario factory. Tobin Arms Manufacturing Co was the only company to ever make high-grade shotguns in Canada and produced  impressive guns between 1909 and its closing in 1914.  This gun is in amazing condition and has only had one owner.

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Regal Grade Shotgun made by Tobin – the little known Canadian Company that made exceptional shotguns in the early 1900s in Woodstock, Ontario. The Tobin Arms Manufacturing Company was the only company to ever make high-grade shotguns in Canada. They produced several guns between inception in 1909 and closing in 1925. These guns appear only rarely on the Canadian market and we have a fine one to sell you!

This gun was purchased by the family’s grandmother, Mrs Guest, to shoot pheasant and has been in the Guest family for over 100 years and is in excellent condition. The gun case with leather strapping has much wear to it but is a nice addition to the gun.

French Flintlock “Horse Pistol” The pistol, an 18th century French flintlock pistol by Pierre Peyret of Paris, was purchased by this family’s Grandfather, Mr Guest, 
This amazingly preserved gun is 14 inches in length and the barrel is approx 8.5 inches long. The unusual butt cap is in the form of an eagles head. This gun is rare and has a custom display case to show it off.

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