Antiques – Class 28

Antiques – Class 282019-04-16T07:14:38+00:00

Chair: Joanne Smith………….647-688-3341

Committee: Clarke Smith, Cathy Davis, Michelle Hubert, George Phillips, Julie Wheeler.


–   General rules at the front of this book apply to this class.

–  TWO LISTS of antiques entered are required for this class.  The second list must accompany the antiques and be signed by both the exhibitor and a committee member.

–  The best possible care will be taken to safeguard the articles, but we cannot be responsible for the articles or accidents to them.

–  Tags will be opened unless otherwise requested.

–   Any mounting box, tray, cardboard, or hanger etc. is for safety and display, and will not influence judging.

–   Condition, age, rarity and historical significance will be considered. 

–    Small cracks or flaws will not disqualify the item.

–    Exhibitors are encouraged to enter items that follow the current Fair Theme and will be given preference

–   Historical interest and approximate age of entry would be appreciated but is not necessary for a prize.  This may be indicated on the tag.

–   The article must not have been entered in the past 3 years.

–   New Exhibitors:  Please mark tag “New Exhibitor” with your name.

PRIZES: 1st – $4.00, 2nd – $3.50, 3rd – $3.00

There will be a BEST OF SHOW ribbon awarded




For this section, articles must date from the 1950’s, 1960’s or 1970’s decades


  1. Quilting Book
  2. Your photo of a celebrity – (Framed or mounted for display)
  3. Perfume bottle – (Preference to decoration of fair theme)
  4. Old Spice After Shave – bottle or decanter
  5. Set of coasters with fair theme – (In a box or mounted for display)
  6. Snow Globe
  7. Lunch Box Thermos – (Hot or Cold)
  8. Travel Clock
  9. Souvenir Trinket Box
  10. Glass Marble Collection in a Jar – (jar not to be judged)
  11. FingerTip Towel with Fair Theme Decoration
  12. Apron with Fair Theme Decoration
  13. Election Memorabilia item – (Local, Ontario or Federal)
  14. Pair of Matching Pewter Candlesticks
  15. Fair Theme Decorative China Plate
  16. Honey Jar or Honey Dish
  17. Decorative Powder Puff
  18. Lady’s Dressy Bracelet – (in a box for display)
  19. Character Wrist Watch
  20. Advertising Pencil
  21. Small Wooden Toy
  22. Baby Quilt
  23. Tonka Toy
  24. Poster Advertising Music Event or Music Item
  25. Early Star Wars Memorabilia



For this section, articles must pre-date 1950


  1. Pewter pitcher
  2. Honey Tin
  3. Pictorial Bible or New Testament
  4. Bakelite Jewellery Piece
  5. Magnifying Glass
  6. Pie/Cake Server
  7. Pressed Glass Souvenir Cup/Mug/Glass (with Red Flash)
  8. Ice Cream Scoop
  9. Milk Bottle (with name of Dairy)
  10. Corkscrew
  11. Small Sickle (for single hand use)
  12. Decorated China Vase – (not taller than 16 in)
  13. Biscuit Jar
  14. Corn Flower Bowl – (Salad Size)
  15. Large Door Keys – (group of 3 mounted for display)
  16. Door Stop
  17. Letter Holder
  18. Metal Tea Pot
  19. Piece of WWII Memorabilia Other Than Medal, Badge or Button
  20. Small Multi-Purpose Tool
  21. Department Store Catalogue
  22. Elementary School Photo – (Identify the “person of interest” in attached note)
  23. Plant Identification Book
  24. Autograph Book
  25. Santa Claus Figure – (not taller than 12 in)






Unusual Article not exhibited in the past 5 years.

       Identify its use in an attached envelope.

  PRIZES:  1st:  $4.00, 2nd: $3.50, 3rd:  $3.00



Prizes donated by Joanne & Clarke Smith

(Something made after 1970 that will become a Sought-After Collectible or Antique!)

PRIZES:   1st: $20.00, 2nd: $15.00, 3rd: $5.00 

  1. JACK ORR SPECIAL “My Most Prized Antique.”

PRIZES: 1st: $25.00, 2nd: $15.00, 3rd: $10.00

  1. NEW EXHIBITOR AWARD for the most points

To a person who has never entered before in Class 28

PRIZE:   $10.00           

  1. BEST OF SHOW AWARD: A “Best of Show”

ribbon will be awarded to the best entry in this class.

VISITORS TO OUR BOOTH will also have a chance to guess the identity of a “MYSTERY ANTIQUE” for a prize:  A beautiful plant donated by BTN Nurseries.