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Auctioneer Thornhill Real Estate & Auction Co. 636-366-4206
Auction Date Jun 02 Auction
Location
26052 Schuetzen Ground Road
Warrenton, MO
Time 09:30AM
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THORNHILL AUCTION

Due to the death of my husband, I will sell all the following at Public Auction on

Saturday June 2, 2018

Beginning at 9:30 A.M.

 

SALE SITE: 26052 Schuetzen Ground Road; Warrenton, MO 63383

DIRECTIONS: From Hwy 47 in Warrenton take Hwy M east to right on Schuetzen Ground Road & go 1.6 miles to farm on left.

OR Take I-70 to Wright City, go south on Hwy F to right on Hwy M, go 3.8 miles to left on Schuetzen Ground Road & go 1.6 miles to farm on left #26052

 

TRACTOR & FARM EQUIPMENT SELL AT 1:00 P.M.

 

-          1969 Ford 5000 diesel tractor, 3 pt. single hydraulics, wide front end

-          Ford 8N tractor

-          Ford 3 pt, 3 bottom, 16” plow

-          10’ wheel disk

-          Ford 3 pt, 5’ brush hog

-          3 pt, 7’ heavy duty adjustable blade

-          Massey Ferguson, approx. 8’ pull type grain drill

-          2 – 3 pt. booms

-          1 section rock grader

-          2 – 3 pt. slip scoops

-          PTO type, grass seeder

-          Pick up bed, 2 wheel trailer

-          1 row, pull type corn picker

-          Fanner mill

-          Dearborn 19-65 model, 3 pt. bucket

-          Jack for 8N

-          3 pt. drawer

-          Adjustable top length

 

HAY EQUIPMENT SELLS AT 1:00 P.M.

 

-          Ford 532, string tie hay baler, kept shedded

-          #56 New Holland, pull type hay rake

-          Ford Series 01, 3 pt, 7 ½’ sickle mower

-          Iron wheel, sulky type hay rake

-          Flat bed, rubber tired farm wagon, no bed, frame only

-          Deering Ideal, horse drawn sickle mower

 

COMBINE SELLS AT 1:00 P.M.

 

-          Ford 622 combine w/cab, 10’ platform & 2 row corn head, parked in shed

 

LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT – COLLECTOR LAWN MOWERS

 

-          Troy Bilt 7hp, rear tine tiller

-          4 Seasons, Model 990-S rear tine tiller

-          Generac 2300 PSI 6hp, 2.2 GPM pressure washer

-          Homelite Super XL chainsaw

-          Homelite XL chainsaw

-          David Bradley, walk behind garden tractor

-          Allis Chalmers 910, 6 speed riding lawn mower, AS IS

-          Wheel Horse Ranger 800, electric riding lawn mower, AS IS

-          Wizard, 8hp, 3 speed riding lawn mower, AS IS

-          Craftsman 12hp, riding lawn mower, AS IS

-          Ford lawn tractor, AS IS

-          Central Park 10-36 lawn mower, AS IS

-          Murray 5hp, 22” high wheel push mower

-          Yardman 19hp, automatic transmission Hydra drive, lawn mower, AS IS

-          Homelite 360 chainsaw

-          Lot wedges

-          Wisconsin stationary engine

-          Aluminum extension ladder

-          Push garden plow

-          Kohler gas engine

-          Lot 2 cycle, weed eaters

-          Lot old motors, lawn mower & tiller parts

-          Lot gas cans

-          Live trap

-          2 can’t hooks

-          Shovels, forks, yard & garden tools

 

ARROWHEADS – WARREN COUNTY FINDS SELL AT 12:00 NOON

-          15 flint arrows, nice points

-          15 bird points

 

FIREARMS & HUNTING SUPPLIES SELL AT 12:00 NOON

 

-          Marlin Original Golden 39A, 22 cal. S-L-LR, micro groove barrel, lever action w/scope

-          Remington Model 7400 – 270 Win w/Weaver scope, SN B8004529

-          Springfield Model 87H, 12ga, 3” pump SN A268447

-          Lot scopes; Bushnell, Valor

-          Johnny Stewart MS512MR, wildlife caller

-          Game calls

-          Gun cleaners

-          Lot ammo; 270, 22 & 12ga

-          Hunting clothes

-          Pocket knives

-          Lot deer antlers

ALL FFL LAWS APPLY. ALL OUT OF STATE FIREARM BUYERS MUST PRESENT A CURRENT FFL LICENSE. NO EXCEPTIONS

 

LOT STEEL TRAPS

 

COINS & CURRENCY SELL AT 10:00 A.M.

 

-          Lot 1953 Red Seal $2.00 bills

-          Lot 1976 Green Seal $2.00 Federal Reserve Notes

-          1963 A Green Seal $1.00 bill

-          Wheat pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, Kennedy ½ dollars

 

VIOLIN

 

-          Antonius Stradivarius Faciebat Anno 70 violin w/wooden case, Melvin’s dad’s

 

ANVIL SELLS AT 11:30 A.M.

 

-          Peter Wright anvil on stump

-          Misc blacksmith tools

 

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

 

-          Oak curved glass, 1 door china cabinet

-          Belding Hall Century, oak 2 door ice box, nice pc

-          Oak cylinder type washstand

-          Walnut, 2 door knockdown wardrobe

-          Copper, approx. 20 gal. kettle

-          Oak turned leg, lamp table

-          8 day, New York, Parisian, F. Kroeber shelf clock

-          1930s sewing machine cabinet

-          Oak parlor table

-          Set Mary Gregory buffet candelabras w/glass prisms

-          Set Van Briggle in green, candlesticks

-          Burl, walnut 4 drawer, silverware or jewelry chest

-          1940s heavily carved, parlor armed chair

-          Art Deco green onyx, floor lamp

-          Small camelback trunk

-          Seth Thomas mantel clock

-          Primitive slat back, high back armed chair & straight chair

-          Flat top trunk

-          Lector

-          Ornate hand mirror

-          Lot photo albums w/early photos

-          Postcard/greeting card album

-          Retro martini set

-          Lot Country Rose china w/several side pieces

-          Lot Blue Willow china

-          Prince Charles Edwards Drambuie Liqueur, advertising mirror

-          Goebels

-          Lot collectors, hard back books

-          1950s juice glasses

-          2 prints, farm/goat scenes in frames

-          Kitchen chairs

-          Baby cradle

-          Paper mache Easter egg

-          Oil lamps

-          2 gal. crock churn

-          High back rocker

-          Sheet music cabinet

-          Lot miniatures; cats, dogs, etc.

-          Luggage

-          Keen Kutter hammer

-          Fostoria

-          Area floor rug

-          Plant stand

-          Early Harper’s Weekly

-          Records

-          Lefton china

-          World globe

-          Beer buckets

-          Milk glass

-          Watt pottery cookie jar, no lid

-          Corn sheller

-          Sad irons

-          Blue canning jars

-          Draw knives

-          Planes

-          Levels

-          Advertising tins

-          Advertising wooden boxes

-          Silverware

-          1950s – 60s magazines

-          Oak swivel office chair

-          Early Homelite chainsaw

-          Glass water jugs

-          Yard gates

-          Weed scythe

-          Metal lawn chairs

-          Rope block & pulleys

-          German Bible

-          Tea leaf, ironstone china

-           Wooden ladders

-          Ammo boxes

-          Pitcher pump

-          Barn door

-          Buck saw

-          Lot advertising, 5 gal. gas cans

-          Barn lantern

-          Oil cans

-          Blow torch

-          Old tools & wrenches

-          Platform scale

-          Army cots

-          Stillard & Ts

-          2 Super Crost seed corn, metal advertising signs

-          Ford advertising sign, Harris, Cape Girardeau, Mo.

-          Lot hub caps

-          Partial List

 

LARGE COLLECTION SHEET MUSIC

Black Memorabilia, Patriotic, Christmas, Religious, Etc.

 

LARGE COLLECTION OF COSTUME & VINTAGE JEWELRY SELLS AT 10:30 A.M. IN 2ND RING

 

HOUSEHOLD & MISC

 

-          1960 china cabinet

-          2, footed jewelry chests

-          Repo oak white clad cabinet

-          Modern glass top, lamp table

-          Dressers

-          Nikon Colorpix P80 camera

-          Smith Victor photo, retro light & stand

-          Repo radio

-          Camera stand

-          Hand meat saws

-          Lot Christmas decorations

-          Lot paper & hard back books

 

SHOP TOOLS, FARM SUPPLIES & MISC

 

-          Forney welder

-          Craftsman bench type drill press

-          Delta Shop Master, band or scroll saw, table top type

-          B&D band saw

-          B&D 8 1/4” compound saw

-          Power Kraft tool chest

-          Buffalo 5” bench vise

-          B&D bench drill

-          Magna Force 5hp portable air compressor, AS IS

-          Test Rite tool box

-          Belt sander

-          Delta table saw

-          Bench grinder

-          Chain hoist

-          Reciprocating saw

-          Extension cords

-          Adjustable wrenches

-          Craftsman open end/box end wrench sets

-          Lot vise grips

-          Lot power tools

-          Lot bottle jacks

-          Wood clamps

-          Chisels, files

-          Lot pipe wrenches

-          Bolt cutters

-          Lot screwdrivers

-          Lot pliers

-          Lot hammers

-          Lot C clamps

-          Lot welding clamps

-          Load binders

-          Socket sets

-          Lot chains

-          Set wooden, pick up stock racks

-          Lot wooden fence & corner posts

-          Lot used lumber

-          Lot 10’ metal siding

-          Lot cable

-          Lot hammer handles

-          Large lot hardware

 

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: The Buschschorn’s farm has been in Melvin’s family for over 150 years. Melvin H. Buschschorn was the 4th generation of Buschschorns to farm their land in Warren County. Like his father, Henry Buschschorn, Melvin was born on the homestead farm and lived his entire life there. After his death in January of 2018, Sally, his wife of 44 years, has decided it is time to offer, at auction, the many acquisitions of the farm equipment and household. Melvin was first and foremost a farmer, though he was also an avid hunter and environmentalist. His love for the land and nature was the center of his life. He dreaded urban sprawl, but was a reluctant realist in that respect. Both he and Sally had interests regarding their community and agriculture. Melvin owned and operated Melvin’s Water Hauling Service in the 1980s and 90s, while Sally was a teacher at both Holy Rosary School in Warrenton and later taught English and Literature in Wright City R-II High School in the late 1970s. She also owned Sally Buschschorn Photography for 13 years. After retiring, both Melvin & Sally developed an avid interest in antiques and collectibles, many of which will be offered for sale at the auction. See you at the sale. David, Dusty & Bill

OWNER

SALLY BUSCHSCHORN

LATE MELVIN BUSCHSCHORN

AUCTIONEERS

            DAVID THORNHILL          DUSTY THORNHILL          BILL UNSELL

            314-393-7241                          314-393- 4726                         573-470-0037

            TROY, MO                             TROY, MO                             FRANKFORD, MO              

            Lunch will be served.

            All buyers will be photographed.

            Terms: Cash or Good Check with Current Photo I.D.

            Out of State Photo I.Ds and Out of State Checks must be accompanied

            with a Bank Letter of Credit, call for details.

            We do not accept Cashier Checks.

            Items sold with no warranty.

            They stand sold AS IS.

            Owner & Auction personnel not responsible for accidents day of sale!

Announcements made day of sale take precedence over any advertisement!


Troy Office: 636-366-4206.   For full listing & terms of this auction – www.thornhillauction.com

 

 

 

 

 





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