10/30/2014 05:40 EDT | Updated 12/30/2014 05:59 EST

Emily Carr, Lawren Harris works to go up for auction in Toronto

A cache of Canadian masterpieces is about to go on the block offering deep-pocketed art lovers a chance to own some museum-quality fine art.

The Heffel Fine Art Auction House has revealed a collection of 142 lots for its live fall auction. Conservative estimates expect it will fetch $8 million to $11 million. 

The highlights include five works by Emily Carr, including Totem Poles. The oil on board is one of her most famous works and is expected to fetch around a half million dollars. 

The collection will also include five works from Jean Paul Riopelle and three works from Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris.

Collectors will be able to see the collection in previews planned for Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto, on Nov. 1, 13 and 22 respectively.

The live auction takes place in Toronto on Nov. 27.