Doris Earl with her collection of salt and pepper shakers in the Aranui home of her daughter.
Views of Joey the parrot next to a 16in Coalport porcelain vase.
Charles Capes, with a Meissen porcelain antique entitled Village Dancers.
James Courtenay Sullivan, with the portable writing desk of his great uncle, Sir Arthur Sullivan.
Colleen Franklin, antique shop owner at Peerswick Mall on Church Corner Upper Riccarton, with a Victorian beaded bag.
An antique music box, owned by a Christchurch collector.
A coin operated antique Edison Excelsior Phonograph.
Antiques on display at Simla House Antiques shop in Sydenham Mall.
Attendees at the Antique Dealers Association fair in the Chateau Regency Hotel in Riccarton.
Journalism student, Cherie Buchan, with an 1881 American Caligraph typewriter, ahead of it being sold at an auction.
Dick Hills and Pam Rogers with vintage gramophones at the Vintage Phonographic Society activity day held at Ferrymead Historic Park.
Display assistant at Canterbury Museum, Julie Simpson, holding a commemorative cup for the 1937 coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, which is on display at the Canterbury Museum in...
Views of Miss M. E. Anstiss with an antique bronze statue of David and his sling from Italy which is due to go on sale at a fine art auction in Christchurch.
Views of a rare King of Prussia porcelain mug held in the Canterbury Museum.
Ruth Verstraete holding a Royal Doulton biscuit barrel at antique valuing stall.
The crowd of people attending the "Antiques with the Experts" seminar held at the State Trinity Church on the corner of Manchester Street and Worcester Street.
Peter Webb, managing director for Webbs, with Queen Anne flintlock pistols for auction, outside the Arts Centre.
A 2cm high Victorian carving of a hunter with dogs measured against a matchbox due to be auctioned by R. G. Bell auctioneers.
Auctioneer assistant, Hilary Hutchison, with a vintage telephone and Kodak 2C autographic special camera at a Watsons Auction and Real Estate auction.
Cecilia Tolan, assistant at Gallery 11 on Gloucester Street, with a wax doll brought to New Zealand in 1873.
Helen Hood (left), Mike Woodall and Pat Hunter manning the Magpies Nest stall at an antiques fair at the Horticultural Hall.
Stalls with items on display at an antiques fair at the Horticultural Hall.
R. C. Fineran with a flintlock blunderbus and C. K. Atkinson with a sword outside the Druids Hall on Manchester Street.