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10686 PE-6
Kensington, PE, C0A 1M0
Canada

(902) 886-3201

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Gallery 18 is home to Prince Edward Island collectibles. The owners, Aubrey Bell and Patricia Bennett, offer for sale online a surprising selection of authentic antique maps and prints, fine art, old and collectible books, original vintage posters, ephemera and small antiques.

Most of our inventory is related to Prince Edward Island - Canada's smallest province. We carry original works by noted Island and Canadian artist Robert Harris (1849-1919). We also offer an impressive selection of original works by PEI artists Elaine Harrison, Henry Purdy, Georgie Read Barton, Erica Rutherford, and others. In addition, we carry a significant selection of books devoted to island community histories and local family genealogy.

Gallery 18 Ltd. is always interested in purchasing quality items. As well, we are pleased to assist with starting or enhancing a collection for pleasure or investment. We can also offer advice on the best methods of art and paper conservation, picture framing and book rebinding. In addition, we offer an appraisal service.

Your inquiries are invited, Aubrey & Patricia.

Gallery 18 offers a good selection of community histories …

Gallery 18 offers a good selection of community histories …

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Original Illustration Art by Ben F. Stahl

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Greg Garand - Farm in Hamilton, PEI

Greg Garand - Farm in Hamilton, PEI

Robert Harris - From Deck of S.S. Sarmatian off Moville (Ireland), 1887

Robert Harris - From Deck of S.S. Sarmatian off Moville (Ireland), 1887

Winter Scene, 1995, by Elaine Harrison

Winter Scene, 1995, by Elaine Harrison

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Elaine Harrison - Winter Trees

Elaine Harrison - Winter Trees

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Gallery 18 specializes in PEI art, antique maps & prints, old & collectible books, vintage posters, ephemera, postcards, photographs, and small decorative items. [The gallery will be available for viewing by appointment in season.] For information email email or phone. [New inventory added to the website daily!]

Gallery 18 specializes in PEI art, antique maps & prints, old & collectible books, vintage posters, ephemera, postcards, photographs, and small decorative items. [The gallery will be available for viewing by appointment in season.] For information email email or phone. [New inventory added to the website daily!]

Gallery 18 is also interested in old maps, atlases, and sea charts from around the world. Contact us for more information!

Gallery 18 is also interested in old maps, atlases, and sea charts from around the world. Contact us for more information!

Gallery 18 is also interested in work by other PEI artists. Contact us for more information!

Gallery 18 is also interested in work by other PEI artists. Contact us for more information!

Gallery 18 is interested in single items, or entire collections. Contact us for more information!

Gallery 18 is interested in single items, or entire collections. Contact us for more information!

Clifton Heights in New London is for sale! Asking $675,000.    Clifton Heights is known in New London as the old Ramsay estate. Beginning in the 1880s, the property was part of a working farm. More recently, the farmstead has been the home to an antiques and art gallery, an artist, and a venue for receptions and entertainment events. The 12-acre site includes a heritage barn, an updated classic Maritime farmhouse, 4 approved building lots, a seasonal storage building, and a deeded pedestrian right-of-way to the Southwest River.  A highlight of the property is Clifton House, one of the finest century homes on P.E.I.'s north shore. The house was built in 1885 and has enjoyed many sympathetic updates. The home has stunning original woodwork, hardwood floors, sunroom, formal dining, 3 large bedrooms – plus a 4th room presently used as a walk-in closet, but could be converted back to another bedroom, master bedroom, back staircase, metal roof and so much more.   In addition to the house, another highlight of the property is the heritage Beatty-style barn. The building was erected early in the 20th century, but was renovated for use as a sculptor's workshop. More recently, the building has served as the home of Gallery 18 – an art and antiques shop located on Route 6 - one of the busiest tourism roadways on the island's north shore. Access to the gallery includes a dedicated lane way and parking for 100 vehicles.  Clifton Heights also features several additional outbuildings. They include a 600 square foot artist's studio, which could be converted into a seasonal rental, guest house, or a granny flat.  There's a large metal Quonset-style storage building, used for seasonal vehicle storage, mainly RVs, cars and boats.  The property offers great views of scenic New London Bay, and is just minutes from some of the finest beaches and golf courses on P.E.I, as well as several great restaurants.  Inquiries from agents welcome.  —-  Clifton House, along with its 12 acres, remains for sale. For more information, contact Aubrey Bell or Patricia Bennett at (902) 886-3201.

Clifton Heights in New London is for sale! Asking $675,000.

Clifton Heights is known in New London as the old Ramsay estate. Beginning in the 1880s, the property was part of a working farm. More recently, the farmstead has been the home to an antiques and art gallery, an artist, and a venue for receptions and entertainment events. The 12-acre site includes a heritage barn, an updated classic Maritime farmhouse, 4 approved building lots, a seasonal storage building, and a deeded pedestrian right-of-way to the Southwest River.

A highlight of the property is Clifton House, one of the finest century homes on P.E.I.'s north shore. The house was built in 1885 and has enjoyed many sympathetic updates. The home has stunning original woodwork, hardwood floors, sunroom, formal dining, 3 large bedrooms – plus a 4th room presently used as a walk-in closet, but could be converted back to another bedroom, master bedroom, back staircase, metal roof and so much more.

In addition to the house, another highlight of the property is the heritage Beatty-style barn. The building was erected early in the 20th century, but was renovated for use as a sculptor's workshop. More recently, the building has served as the home of Gallery 18 – an art and antiques shop located on Route 6 - one of the busiest tourism roadways on the island's north shore. Access to the gallery includes a dedicated lane way and parking for 100 vehicles.

Clifton Heights also features several additional outbuildings. They include a 600 square foot artist's studio, which could be converted into a seasonal rental, guest house, or a granny flat.
There's a large metal Quonset-style storage building, used for seasonal vehicle storage, mainly RVs, cars and boats.
The property offers great views of scenic New London Bay, and is just minutes from some of the finest beaches and golf courses on P.E.I, as well as several great restaurants.

Inquiries from agents welcome.
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Clifton House, along with its 12 acres, remains for sale. For more information, contact Aubrey Bell or Patricia Bennett at (902) 886-3201.

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