Circa-1820 Quebec armoire at forefront of Miller & Miller May 13 sale

Circa-1820 Quebec armoire, the case, doors, cornice, frieze, and stiles all in a strong alligatored yellow paint, earning it the family nickname Armoire Crocodile, estimated at CA$30,000-$40,000
Circa-1820 Quebec armoire, the case, doors, cornice, frieze, and stiles all in a strong alligatored yellow paint, earning it the family nickname Armoire Crocodile, estimated at CA$30,000-$40,000
Circa-1820 Quebec armoire, the case, doors, cornice, frieze and stiles all in a strong alligatored yellow paint, earning it the family nickname Armoire Crocodile, estimated at CA$30,000-$40,000

NEW HAMBURG, Canada ‚Äď For the first time, Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. will leave its home province of Ontario to venture into Quebec, and with good reason. The firm will auction the outstanding Jean-Marc and Danielle Belzile collection of 18th- and 19th-century Quebec furniture, folk art, sculpture and Canadiana on Saturday, May 13.¬†Instead of an online-only sale, Miller & Miller will hold the event live at the Marriott Courtyard West Island/Baie-d’Urfe in Quebec (20000 Route Transcanadienne, Baie-d’Urfe, QC H9X 0B3), starting at 9 am Eastern time, as well as online.¬†Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through¬†LiveAuctioneers. All estimates quoted are in Canadian dollars.

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