- Your weird and wonderful décor will make people think you're classier than you really are! - Photo #1: A nicely framed publicity poster for the Canadian Opera Company. Dimensions 20.5" x 40" ($150). - Photo #2: This is a nicely framed art print of Humewood II Gallery, once located at 467 Jarvis Street, Toronto. - It is signed by the Canadian artist David Jean, who produced it in 1987. If you once lived in Toronto (or anywhere else for that matter), this is the perfect décor item for you. Dimensions 24" x 36" ($150) - Photo #3: This is a neat framed Art Poster of Oyster Bay (Long Island) that was exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. - The stained glass original was produced by the Tiffany Studios in 1905, during the tenure of Teddy Roosevelt, President of the United States (1901–1909). It measures 24" x 32.5" ($150). For information on the annual Oyster Festival, held at Teddy Roosevelt Park, visit http://www.theoysterfestival.org/ - Photo #4: "Mother and Daughter", a signed LE print by artist Hubert Zabelis ($198). - Photo #5: "Rainbow Zebras" by Thane Heins, artist and inventor of Almonte, ON (no glass) ($75). - Photo #6: Tapisserie de la reine Mathilde. A panel from the Bayeux Tapestry, depicting the 1066 conquest of Britain by William the Conqueror ($198). - Photos #7 & 8: Late Medieval Flemish scenes by the Limbourg Brothers ($150 for the pair). - Photo #9: Not antique, but a nicely framed print of a sampler produced by Lucinda Linfield Randolph, aged 13 years, in the Year of Our Lord 1826 ($125). A nice piece for your cottage or country home, maybe even for your condo. - Photo #10: The Codfather (a.k.a. Santa Claus, in December) ($100) - More details on request.