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Auctioneer Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC 7173549524
Auction Date Dec 01 Auction
339 Shirktown RD
Narvon, PA
Time 08:00AM
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- Churchtown/Morgantown Area -


Lifetime Collection of (the late) Bob Shirk

Antique Tractors, Engines, Combines, Threshing Machines, Truck

Antique Farm Machinery - Lg. Amount Antique Tools & Farming Items

Treadmill - Guns - Coins - Books & Literature - Farm Toys

Antiques - Collectibles - Primitives - Tools

Friday & Sat., December 1 & 2, 2017 @ 8:00 AM - Both Days

Location: 339 Shirktown Rd., Narvon PA 17555 (Lanc. Co.)



From Morgantown follow Rt. 23 West. Turn left onto Shirktown Rd. Continue to auction on left.


Note: This is truly an outstanding auction. Many early, unusual farming items, some hard to find.

This is only a partial list. Much more than listed!

See - ID#25403 for approx. 800 pictures.

Friday’s Schedule: Ring 1: Antique Tools, Guns, Smaller Antique Farm Items

                     Ring 2: Books & Literature, Toys, Coins, Collectibles

     Saturday’s Schedule: Ring 1: Newer Tools, Tractors, Engines, Farm Machinery, Truck

                 Ring 2: Misc. Farm Related Primitives & Antiques


To be Sold on Friday (Day 1)

Primitives - ANTIQUES - ANTIQUE HAND TOOLS: John Deere “Hoover” potato cutter and 1 other; Champion forge blower; blacksmith forge; blacksmith vise; blacksmith tongs; lead tools; long coal auger hand drills; (2) Wilson and other hand mills; Asst. of early jacks: carriage, wagon, machinery, etc.; “Avery” machinery jack; flat belt lacer and cutter; wooden pullies; oil & other tin cans: Red Bell Motor Oil, Spencer, Kellogg’s linseed oil; Pennzoil, etc.; leather fly net; leather dump cart horse harness; wooden Gleaner rakes; corn choppers; manual jabber planter; “Eshelman- Red Rose Feed” porcelain sign (30”x48”); (2) “Bucyrus & Erie” metal signs; (2) “Motorcraft” and other tin signs; “Syracuse” and 1 other wooden wheelbarrows; scythes, grain cradles; 2 & 3 prong wheat forks; feed bag holder; very many cloth & burlap advertising bags: seed, feed, potato, etc.; cobbler’s bench; numerous crosscut saws (1 & 2 man); (2) anvils; lots of old wrenches: implement, buggy, etc.; monkey wrench collection; ice tongs; “Remington” & other wooden boxes & crates; “Planet Jr.” edgers; garden duster; egg & berry wooden crates; “Champion” vegetable buncher; C.I. dinner bell; glass insulators; milk cans; old license plates; C.I. corn planter plates; runner sleds; porcelain hanging lamp; Purina tube feeder; camelback trunk; (2) sm. wooden wagons (1 made by George Fleming); wooden barrel butter churn; wire egg basket; “Destroy” rat bait station; wooden chicken & turkey coops; “Baccellieri Bros.” apple shredder; sm. whiskey barrel; numerous asst. early farming hand tools: post hole diggers; weeders; sickles; grub axes; adz. etc.; apple butter stirrer; “Mail Pouch” tin thermometer; “Galion” metal sign; locomotive oil can; ice tongs, and much much more

ANTIQUE WOODWORKING & HAND TOOLS: Large amounts of early hand tools, the following is a brief summary. Large amount of wooden moulding & block planes; metal hand planes: Stanley, Bailey, Shelton, etc.; Wheelwright tools: Travelers, draw knives, spoke shaves & pointers, hollow augers, etc.; brass soldering irons; soldering tools; dividers; mortising tools; early shoemaker’s tools; Lightning” boot stretching pliers; early drill braces & bits; Yankee screw drivers & drills; broad axes: Brady, Keen Kutter, etc.; axes:  Goosewing; John Deere, Keen Kutter; slate tools; wooden levels; chisels (corner & straight); hand saws: John Deere, Disston, etc.; leather hole punch kit; lots of wrenches; saw sharpening tools: saw sets, files, vises; early hammers: farrier, ball pin, etc.; cooper’s tools; carriages maker’s tools: drawing knives, etc.; tap set; files; numerous wooden tool chests, and much more.

GUNS: Harrington & Richardson Topper Jr., mdl 490, .410 ga.; Winchester mdl 04-22 rifle

MISC. JOHN DEERE COLLECTIBLES: The following are John Deere items: bicycle; mailbox; literature display rack; oil can; letter holder; wrenches; crock; canister set; mug collection; implement plates; numerous tin advertising signs & framed prints; tool box; collector’s knives; hat pins; watch fob

FURNITURE AND HOUSE RELATED ANTIQUES: (2) wooden wardrobes; (2) baby cradles; dresser w/marble top; blanket chest; wagon seat coffee\ table; rnd. flip-top table; (1) Caster & (1) Victory 16 c.i. stoves; 13’ wooden bench; stoneware jugs & crocks; redware crocks; asst. framed prints; Lanc. Co. framed wall map; Enterprise 8” sausage stuffer; Approx. 20 “Marietta” c.i. pots (various sizes); Rayo & Dietz lanterns; C.S. & T. 1½ pt. c.i. ladle; c.i. tea kettle; sad irons; Wagner #8 c.i. waffle iron; saddleback c.i. pig door stop

TOYS & SMALL COLLECTIBLES: The following is just a brief listing. Approx. 400 lots. Catalog available approx. Nov. 11.; Many JD tractors & implements (and others); Allis Chalmers, Fergersun, NH, etc.; Sawmill model w/replica Case Steam engine-made by Daniel Ebersole; (3) scale model hit-n-miss engines; model Conestoga wagon-made by Joel Zook-No. 170-2005; (3) Harvestore silos-Ertl; Breyer mule; sm. brass cannon; Lionel 027 guage elec. train set; Delaval model cream separator; model ships; Danbury mint barns; ; Waterloo & McCormick model hit-n-miss engines; Spec-Cast walking plows; JD airplane bank; New Holland truck bank; JD & CAT crawlers; JD road grader & dozer; Hay Creek Valley mini anvils collection; Shirktown & others pins & badges; Zippo lighter (New Holland Machine Co.); Canada Goose decoy; carved wooden ducks and much more.

BOOKS-LITERATURE-MAGAZINES: Approx. 250 lots, catalog available approx. Nov. 11; To include: 1889 & 1892 Family Bibles; Civil War & WWII books: The Earth is the Lords-John Landis Ruth; Train & Railroad books; Bird & Animal books; Farm Life & It’s Changes; Eric Sloane books; Foxfire books; Classic Tractor books: JD, IH, etc.; Berks Co. History; Penna. History; lots of antique tractor books; antique tool books; Old Iron; Early Farm magazines; Rural New Yorker magazines-1924; Green Magazine; lg. amount machinery & tractor manuals; early advertising, brochures (tractor & implement); old sale bills (1940’s to 1970’s) and more unlisted.

COINS: Morgan & Peace silver dollars; Walking Liberty silver halves; silver Kennedy halves; silver Franklin halves; Mercury & Roosevelt silver dimes; silver Washington quarters (hundreds); Ike dollars; Sate quarters; Wheat pennies


To be Sold on Saturday (Day 2)

ANTIQUE TRACTORS - TRUCK: All Tractors run. ‘58 JD 830 dsl., elec. start, rear whl. weights-S/N 457; ‘58 JD 630 NFE, Rollamatic, top link, 3 pt., flat-top fenders, lights - S/N 624; ‘36 JD Unstyled ‘A’, NFE, spoke wheels-S/N 437670; ‘36 JD Unstyled ‘B’ NFE, spoke wheels - S/N 21311; JD ‘L’ WFE; ‘53 AC “WD”, NFE, elec. start, pulley-S/N 139063; ‘44 AC “WC”, NFE, elec. start, pulley-S/N 133355; AC “CA”, NFE, front side weights, w/2x plow - S/N 108206T; ‘50 AC “B”-S/N 109890; ‘47 Farmall “A” w/wheel weights-S/N 266528; ‘50 Farmall “Cub” w/cultivator-S/N 109826; Gravely “GMT9000 Commerical” compact tractor; Gravely 20 lawn tractor; Sears Super 12 lawn tractor w/48” deck; JD “60” lawn tractor w/36” deck; JD “70” lawn tractor; 4 pc. front weight set for JD 2 cyl.; JD pto covers; JD air pump; ‘52 Ford F-4 truck w/gas straight six eng.- runs-10,000 GVW w/title

ANTIQUE ENGINES: (2) JD LUC power units; Waterloo Boy, 5HP, on cart-S/N 135455; JD Type E, 6HP, 550 RPM, on cart-S/N 280796; JD Type E, 3HP, 550 RPM, on cart-S/N320752; JD Type E, 1½HP, 600 RPM-S/N 244568; IH 1½ to 2½HP Type LA

COMBINES - THRESHING MACHINES: Minneapolis Moline 2890 self-prop. combine w/13’ grain head & 2R corn head & stalk spreader - S/N MZ22194-2nd owner-low hr.-low wear; JD 40 self-prop combine w/gas eng.; JD No. 6 pull-type combine-PTO; AC pull-type combine;

Threshing Machines:

John Deere 22x36 w/Hart feeder; Ellis Keystone 22x37 “The Champion”-wooden-w/Hart feeder- S/N 19146

Wooden Threshing Machines: (4) Ellis Keystone “Champion No. 1”; Ellis Keystone “The Champion No. 2”; Ellis Keystone “Ellis Champion”; Heebner “The Pennsylvania”; Doylestown “No. 1”; Krauss Bros. “The Champion”; McCormick husker/shredder

FANNING MILLS - FODDER CUTTERS - PLATE MILLS - CORN SHELLERS: Numerous Fanning mill/grain cleaners including: Wm. Bunn, The Grader - L.M. Chrushy, and others (hand crank & belt drive) Fodder Cutters: Ellis Keystone #13, Baldwin’s, Union model 3½, Leader No. 12, Advance No. 1, Montour No. 5, etc. Plate Mills: Dellinger, NH No. 12, NH No. 6, John Deere - Letz, Peerless. Corn Shellers: (2) JD “B” 1 hole, JD “M” 2 hole, JD “1A” 1 hole, Mountville 1 hole, Burrall No. 2 1 hole, “Pennsylvania” 1 hole, “Reading, PA” (flat belt drive), New Idea 1 hole, McCormick 1 holeMisc.: corn grinder (flat belt drive); Union ensilage blower; wooden hole drilling machine; NH buck saw; tree felling saw; NH elevator-wooden

FARM MACHINERY: JD 8’ transport disk; JD 4R cornplanter; NH Super Hayliner 68 baler; Brillion 9’ cultipacker; 3 pt. rnd. bale carrier; JD Van Brunt grain drill - 15 hole, double disk w/hyd. lift; 6’x8’ dump trailer; 3 pt. toolbar; Ford 903 3 pt. PTO auger; 6’ 3 pt. scraper blade; JD 8’ field cultivator w/mechanical lift

ANTIQUE FARM MACHINERY (HORSE DRAWN): Sickle bar mowers: JD No. 1, JD No. 2 w/5’ bar, JD w/4’ bar, JD No. 3 & JD No. 4 w/5’ bars, JD “Dain Mower” w/5’ bar, Adriance w/5’ bar, Champion w/5’ bar; JD hay loader; McCormick grain reaper; (2) 6’ kicker tedders; 8’ dump rake. Planters - 2 row: JD “999”, Simplex, J.H. Albright, Mountville Planter-1 row: McCormick, Hench & Drumgold - “The Daisy”, (2) Iron Age, (5) Planet Jr., John Deere, Pairie No. 3, Matthews, Harpels Cultivators: wooden 1R w/c.i. seat, 1 horse-walk behind, (2) JD 1R/2 horse walk behind, Buckeye 1R/2 horse walk behind, Champion No. 14279 2 horse walk behind Riding Plows: JD 1x, JD 2 way, 1 x w/Syracuse bottomLots of walking plows: John Deere, Oliver, Syracuse, Planet Jr., Hamburg, S. Huber, McCormick 2 bot.; few 1 horse right hand smaller walking plows Misc.: JD potato plow; Syracuse pavement plow; Gopher No. 50 ripper; Planet Jr. fertilizer drill; Stoddard Mfg. Co. 5’ grain drill; JD 6’ grain drill; John Deere wooden corn wagon and 1 other box wagon w/G.A. Lutz, Kempton PA (on tailgate); 7’ weeder; spike harrows; row makers; (2) JD manure spreaders; 2 row corn cutter; bobsled chassis

ANTIQUE FARM MACHINERY (PULL TYPE & POWERERD): Wagon gear w/spoke wheels; JD single tooth ripper; JD 1x plow; JD 2 way plow; Case side delivery rake; Farquar 2R planter; Simplicity walk-behind cultivator w/Briggs eng. - S/N 4956; Bolens “Huski Ridemaster” cultivator w/ Briggs eng.; Planet Jr. “Super Tuffy” powered cultivator; Eclipse reel mower w/Briggs eng.

MISC. FARM RELATED ANTIQUES: “A. Mitchell” tread mill; Buch lawn roller; 3’x5’ c.i. furnace top; lots of strap hinges; foot traps; Myers hay trolley; Asst. loose hay hooks; wooden whiskey barrel; nail kegs; platform scales; asst. flat belts; asst. iron wheels & pullies; Myers & other hand pumps; Myers pump jack; numerous old water pumps-engine driven; 11’ c.i. water trough; c.i. pump troughs; c.i. hog troughs (various sizes); dirt scoops; push seeders; treadle whetstone; wooden wheels; lg. c.i. furnace kettle (D.R. Sperry); Ottawa drag saw parts; litter carrier; old yard gates; wooden picket fence; old tobacco lath; old wooden doors, windows and shutters; snow fence; old lumber & boards; hemlock logs; asst. lumber

MISC. TOOLS: Sm. wood lathe & tooling; Craftsman 10” table saw; Craftsman circular saw; “Craftsman” ¾” and “SK” ½” socket sets; Milwaukee angle drill; McCulloch chain saw; Stanley 3” bench vise; Makita miter saw; Porter Cable portable compressor; Sm. JD battery charger; Ridgid pipe wrenches; Ridgid threaders, cutters & reamers; bar clamps; chain tool; Star drills and more unlisted



Lifetime Collection of Bob Shirk. A large auction w/much more than listed. We will begin at 8:00 w/2 auctioneers on both days. Bring your friends and join us for this outstanding auction. Auction Co. and sellers are not responsible for accidents. Auction day announcements take precedence over all advertising. Food stand. Payment Terms: Cash, Credit card w/3% fee. or approved Penna. check with proper I.D. No Buyer’s Premium. Auction held in heated tents - bring chairs. Benefit Food Stand. We hope to see you at this auction. No on-line bidding.

Tim Weaver

Dave Stoltzfus & Steve Schuler
Lic # AY2109
Phone: 717-354-9524

Auction for:

Paula Shirk
(Mrs. Bob Shirk)



Auctioneer License Information: AY2109

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