Welcome To Beck Antiques & Jewellery Inc.

Clinton Beck

Clinton M. Beck CPPA President & Founder CPPA Antiquities Estate Appraiser President Wild Rose Antique Collectors Society Vice President Military Collectors Club Edmonton Director Edmonton Numismatic Society

Welcome to Beck Antiques & Jewelry. I hope you enjoy browsing our stores and websites for antique and historical treasures.  I assure you that our stores are packed with the finest treasures from around the globe.  Please feel free to window shop and be amazed.  As a boy some of my favorite memories were visiting beautiful Antique Shops in Vancouver.  I always dreamed of one day having a store of my own that would amaze all who visit.  I hope my life work pleases you and fuels your imagination and collecting interests.  I have been hunting treasure my entire life and I hope you enjoy looking at these amazing historical artifacts as much as I do.  Our online store is a great place to visit so visit and  hunt regularly.

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My personal favorite favorite treasures can be viewed here.  Welcome to Clinton Beck’s treasures.  Click the key to see my personal favorites.

Antiques Wanted Edmonton

We are on the lookout for the following objects.  If you have any of these treasures, please let us know and we would be happy to give you an appraisal.

Artwork

Books & Documents

Cameras

Canadiana

Carvings

Clocks & Watches

Coins & Stamps

Diamonds & Gems

Flags

Historical Artifacts

Ivory & Bones

Antique Maps

Medical & Scientific

Militaria

Oddities

Old Autographs

Silver & Gold

Swords

Taxidermy / Fossils

Toys

Victorian

Oil & Gas Cans Pump


6 Responses to Welcome To Beck Antiques & Jewellery Inc.

  1. Tammy Anderson says:

    I have a Beautiful 14k Gold sunburst Motif brooch- cast and hand assembled circa 1900. Set with 81 split pearls. Can be warn as a brooch but also has a hook to be worn as a pendant. Weight 5.8 grams. Excellent condition.
    Appraised at $1300.00 – Are you interested in making me an offer

  2. amber Smith says:

    Hello . I have what I believe to be a saddle used by the Canadian cavalry/rcmp in the early 1900’s. Stirrups made of solid nickel. Saddle is still in useable condition. $3000. Any interest?

  3. Hart Gorbahn says:

    My husband was given his father’s train sets. One is about 60 years old and the other about 35 years old. All from Germany. We are wondering if you would be able to apprise them for our insurance? And how much would it cost?

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