Miller & Miller’s May 9th auction featured everything from antique sewing machines to car hood ornaments

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Miller & Miller's May 9th auction featured everything from antique sewing machines to car hood ornaments

NEW HAMBURG, Ontario, Canada – An exceedingly rare Dominion Cartridge Company ammunition board, produced in Canada in the 1930s, sold for $4,500, and antique and vintage sewing machines from the world-class collection of Carl Koenig brought nice high prices in an online Signs, Toys & Historic Objects auction held May 9th by Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. The auction included a generous offering of advertising, toys and historic objects, in addition to Mr. Koenig’s nearly 100 significant sewing machines of international origin. Also sold was a collection of rare American automobilia that including dealer-issued literature and new old stock parts

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