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Auctioneer John Smart (573) 864-6977
Auction Date Apr 28 Auction
Location
3960 County Road 484
New Bloomfield, MO
Time 09:00AM
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9  a.m.  --  Public  Auction  -- 9  a.m.

Saturday,  April  28th,  2018

 

3960  County  Road  484,  New Bloomfield,  MO

 

Directions: Hwy 54 to State Road TT overpass.  East on Hwy TT to end of blacktop, turn left on County Road 484 (sign is currently missing).  First house on the right.

 

Note: In case of rain, we do have some large buildings to sell small items/items on wagons. If rainy weather, parking will be limited (along gravel road only)

 

EQUIPMENT – no fence row equipment, all equipment has been shedded : These items to sell near 12 Noon.  OLD Hobart welder – no motor ; Grizzly Mfg. Co., Paulding, Ohio – Buffalo type brake/clutch riveting machine & rivets ; Herd three point seeder ; 17 foot x 8 foot homemade, pin-hitch hay trailer, excellent wood floor, new tires ; box wagon with hoist ; McCormick-Deering, one row power drive long corn binder with rubber & original steel wheels ; John Deere three point 15 foot rotary hoe ; New Holland Model 68 square baler ; Servus 6 foot pull type brush hog ; Kewanee 600 44 foot hay/grain elevator ; International 540 semi-mount 4-14 plow ; John Deere PTO drive hammer mill ; John Deere PTO drive corn sheller ; International Cub Power Unit, free but not running ; International P 12 Power Unit, free but not running ;

International Super A Tractor with 5 foot Woods belly mower, with front & rear wheel weights ; Farmall F-12 Tractor, free but needs restoration

 

TRACTOR / EQUIPMENT PARTS : Three bow canopy for tractor ; 18) new 18 inch IHC disc blades ; 3 sets International H or M rear wheel weights ;  8) IHC planter depth wheels ; Lot square chains ; tricycle front for International M ;

pallet of International B parts ; large lot (two trailers) of International parts mostly H and M and some U-9

 

TIRES : 2) 16.9 x 26 tires with rims (off Case combine); 2) rims for Farmall F-12 ;

2 front wheels for International tractor

 

HORSEDRAWN ITEMS : Doctors buggy, complete, but in need of restoration  (note: Joe Sr. told many, many stories of this, his “courting” buggy) ; lot of miscellaneous harness, harness buckles, hames, bits, etc.; old wagon tongue;

double tree tongue;  horse drawn single plow;  horse drawn Blount True Blue New Ground Plow;  horse drawn cultivator with reissued patent date 1874

 

WOODSTOVES :  Eclipse 128 Indiana Stove Works, Evansville, Ind. 1889, box stove ; Bucks Gem No. 28 Stove Range Co., Saint Louis, box stove ; JH Evers No. 28 St. Louis MO Pat: 1876, box stove ; IVY Auto Stove Works No. 28, New Athens, Illinois, box stove ; Longwood No. 25, Indiana Stoveworks, Evansville, Ind., box stove ; Atlas 7-16, The Wehrle Co., Newark, Ohio, cookstove, with water reservoir ; Pride of St. Louis No. 821, C. Heinz Stove Co., St. Louis, cookstove ; Darling-A No. 20-80, Indiana Stoveworks, Evansville, Ind., cookstove ; Lot stove pipe, stove pipe with dampers ; Lot dampers, lid lifters ; Lot of miscellaneous stove parts – lids, supports, doors, foot warmers, etc.

 

CORN CRIB : 1500 bushel ear corn bin – dismantled (picture is of twin that is still in use on farm)

 

CAST IRON SEATS : 60+ Cast Iron Seat Collection (including Batavia, Walter A. Wood, Buckeye, Champion, Stoddard, Deering, etc.)

 

MODEL A : Complete Model A frame with engine and transmission; engine with attached transmission ;  separate transmission ; LARGE lot of model A parts, including drums, rear ends, front axels, springs, bolts, carburetors, pedals, lights;

chrome radiator shroud ; trunk lid ; luggage rack ; large lot rims ; lot gear crank jacks

 

WOODWORKING & PRIMITIVES : Delta Homecraft Scroll Saw with tilting table, 16 inch throat and on homemade wood stand ; Delta wood lathe, ½ HP motor 110V, accepts a 36 inch piece of stock ; Craftsman/King Seeley Corp Bandsaw on homemade wood stand ;  Delta table router, ½ HP 110V motor on custom cabinet with drawers and lots of cutters and tooling ;  Belsaw 12” surface planer, Model 9103 with 1 ½ HP 220V motor ; Lot of handsaws, lot of brace and bits, lot of hand drills, lot of scrapers, (3) scratch markers,  (3) Stanley hand planes ;  Lot of wood rasp files, flat metal files and rat tail files ; Old Stanley hand miter box and saw ; Milwaukee corded 8” metal cutting saw and blades ; Craftsman corded hand held router Model 31525070 ;  Craftsman corded 4 ½ inch x 9 inch dual motion sander ; Craftsman corded 4 inch x 22 inch belt sander ; Black and Decker corded ¼ inch drill ;  812 No. 00 table model hand crank drill press ; Canedy Otto No. 17, Chicago Heights, Ill Mfg. Co. floor model hand crank drill press ; Leather working/shoe cobblers kit ; cast iron hand crank meat slicer ;

GE Whirlwind Shop fan on stand, ¼ HP, 24 inch blade span ; OLD, Large Heavy-duty Milwaukee Rotary Hammer ;  Craftsman 4 Ton Low-Profile floor jack; Lot hand tools including potato forks, shovels, sledges, etc.

 

CHAINSAWS : Stihl 044 Chainsaw ; Homelite XL 12 Chainsaw ; Jonsered CS 2238 Chainsaw ;  Troy Bilt TB 430 leaf blower

 

HOUSEHOLD :  Tip Top No. 50 clamp on mangle ; Meat grinders- Landers, Frary & Clark, Keystone, Enterprise No. 34 & Enterprise No. 10 ; Double cherry pitter ; Cast iron kitchen pump ; Enterprise Mfg. Co. Philadelphia, Pat Oct 21, 73 coffee grinder with no drawer ;  HS2 corn sheller; several corn shellers – no brands ;  Platform grain scale, no name ; cast Fairbanks scale, table model ;

3) No. 2 galvanized washtubs ; Lot of wooden chairs for restoration ; ¾ Metal bed ; Metal baby bed ; Singer treadle machine base

 

MISCELLANEOUS :  New after-market front fenders for 1977 Chevy custom deluxe 30 ; 3) 15 foot wooden ladders ;   2 ½ rolls Mid-States Crawfordsville, Ind galvanized woven fence ; large lot of rough cut cedar posts; lot of sawed, square cedar posts ; Galvanized chicken waterer, chicken feeding trays and 12 hole chicken roost ; wood framed windows ; walnut mantle in pieces ; two wood porch columns ; fancy entry door with stained glass panels measures 32 inches x 79 inches ; lot of marble, suitable for dresser tops ; large set logging tongs ;

lot oiling cans, grease guns ; lot electric motors ;   lot drawer pulls, hinges, brackets ;  lot caster wheels, metal and porcelain ; lot fasteners – screws, nails, bolts, etc.; lot belt pulleys – all shapes & sizes ; lot grinding discs & wire wheels for hand held grinders ; lot grinding stones & wire wheels for bench grinders;

lot ball peen & claw hammers, peen heads & claw heads ;  lot single wooden pulleys ; lot steel pipe fittings ; many small and unusual items not listed

 

CONSIGNED BY NEIGHBOR : Yard Machine riding mower, 42 inch cut.  Approximately 6 years old, always in the dry.

 

Auctioneer’s Note: Many people will remember Joe for the many years he drilled water wells and took care of us as his customers. Joe & Mary Lou Boyce were wonderful friends and neighbors. This will be an interesting “old time country auction.”

 

 

Joe  &  Mary  Lou  Boyce  Estate

 

 

JEFFRIES  &  SMART  AUCTION  SERVICE

      Keith  Jeffries                                                  John  Smart

      573-821-3103  cell                                573-864-6977  cell

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Terms; Cash or good check w/ valid photo ID of the check writer. Credit/debit cards accepted (3% convenience fee) pending adequate signal to transmit. Owner & Auction Service not responsible for accidents. Announcements by auctioneer take precedence over the ads. All items sold “as is.”  Food stand on site.




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