Chairperson: Betty Burkholder (905-294-0585).

Before entering this section, please refer to the General Rules and Regulations and Additional Rules for
Homecraft
as well as the following:

* Entry Forms Accepted From Monday, May 29th, 2017 to
Thursday, September 14th, 2017
* No Entries will be accepted after 8:00p.m.
September 14th, 2017 *Will be strictly enforced.*

Additional Rules:

  1. Entries are judged on condition and age – only Antiques 80 years or older and collectibles circa 1937-1967 will be eligible for judging.
  2. No article will be entered for more than one year.
  3. Entry tags must be securely attached to item to be
    exhibited.
  4. Exhibits must be brought to the Homecraft Building on Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 between 12:00 and 8:30 p.m. and may be reclaimed on Sunday, October 1st, 2017, between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
  5. A charge of 25¢ per entry will apply plus a $5.00
    exhibitor fee.

Prize Money Classes #1-36

1st – $5.00; 2nd – $4.00; 3rd – $3.00; 4th – $2.00.

Classes #1-29 (antiques – articles 80 years or older):

  1. Biscuit tin
  2. Cast iron toy 8 inches max
  3. Child’s story book
  4. China cocoa pot
  5. China demitasse cup & saucer
  6. Christmas tree topper
  7. Advertisement tray
  8. Merchant token
  9. Corkscrew
  10. Cream pitcher “animal”
  11. Fraktur 14 inches max
  12. Glass butter dish with lid
  13. Hand beater
  14. Horse bit
  15. Piece of handmade lace
  16. Item dated 1867
  17. Jewellery Stick Pin
  18. Left handed dressmaker’s scissors
  19. Match box
  20. Memorabilia Queen Victoria 12 inches max
  21. Metronome
  22. Old fishing lure
  23. Old postcard : train station
  24. Souvenir pitcher: 5 inches max
  25. Straight razor
  26. Tobacco tin
  27. Top hat
  28. Wedding Cake “Topper”
  29. Cut glass pickle dish

Classes #30-36 (collectible articles circa 1937-1967)

  1. Baseball glove
  2. Inuit soapstone carving 8 inches max
  3. Music box under 10 inches
  4. Paper work WWII
  5. Popeye memorabilia under 10 inches
  6. Royal Albert plate 7 inches max
  7. Item commemorating Canada’s CENTENNIAL, 10 inches max.

Awards Generously Sponsored By:

Clarkson Auctions, Stouffville:

#1 Biscuit Tin – $25.00

#2 Cast Iron Toy – $15.00

#10 Cream Pitcher “animal” – $10.00

Reid’s Antiques, Stouffville:

#7 Advertisement tray – $20

#16 Item dated 1867 – $15

#26 Tobacco tin – $10

Betty Devenport Memorial:

#30 Base ball glove – $20.00

#4 China cocoa pot – $15.00

#33 Paper work WWII – $15.00

Reesor Family in Canada

#11 Fraktur – $20