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Miller & Miller’s online only auctions are packed with collectibles

Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. took most of the summer off, but will be back in early fall with back-to-back auctions, both online-only. A Petroliana, Advertising & Music Machines auction will be held on Saturday, September 16th, while a General Store, Advertising & Breweriana auction is slated for the next day, September 17th.

Internet bidding will be provided by and The catalogs for both days are up and online now. Start times both days are 9 am Eastern time.

“We’re excited to kick off our fall season with this two-day sale event,” said Ethan Miller of Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. “The weekend includes a robust, fresh-to-the-market offering of petroliana, advertising, automated music machines, coin-op vending machines, general store advertising, soda advertisings and breweriana from the 1890s to the 1970s. Don’t miss this one.”

Petroliana pieces hitting the block on the 16th include a rare one-piece Fundy gas globe, a Red Indian ‘Homoil’ oiler tin, a lineup of hard-to-find porcelain automotive dealer signs and more. The day’s expected top lot is an all-original 1955 Ford Crown Victoria ‘survivor’ car, with the original tropical rose/snowshoe white paint and just 17,331 actual miles (est. $35,000-$40,000).

All estimates quoted in this report are in Canadian dollars.

Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. is Canada’s trusted seller of high-value collections and is always accepting quality consignments. The firm specializes in luxury watches, art, antiques and high-value collectibles. Its mission is to always provide collectors with a trusted place to buy and sell.

To consign a single piece, an estate or a collection, you may call them at (519) 573-3710; or, you can e-mail them at [email protected]

To learn more about Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. and the Sept. 16th-17th auctions, please visit

Canadian Dominion Ammunition “Bent D” advertising store display from the 1910s, made from painted chalkware and since professionally repainted (est. CA$3,500-$5,000).