Austin Estate Sale
We’ve got the lights and camera, so get in on this award-winning action for the thrill of a lifetime ago. This blockbuster starring ‘Rose Wood’ is filmed on location at ‘Shirley’s Temple’ in the Orient and ‘East Lake’ in Canada.
1660 Austin Place, Cowichan Bay (off McGill via Glen at Cowichan Bay Rd)
Fri – Feb 22 10am-6pm | Sat – Feb 23 9am-6pm | Sun – Feb 24 9am-5pm
This momentous 3-day sale reflects the truly celebrated life of filmmaker Brian Hosking that first features his Éclair 16mm professional camera with all the related gear and some magnificent Oriental Rosewood furniture. Then an exceptional mix of fine furnishings in oriental carpets, Victorian linen upholstery, Teak modular unit, and a great selection of art by Odjig, Kurelek and De Castro. Also is a vintage camera and coin collection, Bernina sewing machine, Shirley Temple doll, mobility lift chair, and major power tools.
Brian Hosking was an award-wining CBC news and documentary cameraman. He worked for the National News in the late 60’s and 70’s and was posted to the Far East Bureau with Joe Schlesinger, extensively covering historical events including the Vietnam War and Nixon’s visit to China. In the late 70’s Brian joined the Fifth Estate where, over the course of a decade and won multiple awards including an Academy, Emmy, Grand Prix and Gemini before retiring in 1993.
Vintage & Modern Electronics
Oriental, Vintage & Contemporary Furniture
Garden & Power Tools
Art Prints & Lithographs
Antiques & Collectibles
Sewing & Cooking
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