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Auctioneer Chupp Auctions & Real Estate LLC 574-536-8005
Auction Date Sep 14 Auction
2040 Ironwood Rd
Earling, IA
Time 09:00AM
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LOCATED: 2 miles east of Earling, Iowa on Hwy 37 to Ironwood Rd, north 1¾ miles
ADDRESS: 2040 Ironwood Rd, Earling, IA 51530
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(9) RARE horse-drawn, 2-row, 2-person drop planters
Collection of horse-drawn check wire planters & other planters
225+ Seed corn advertising signs
30 License plate toppers
150+ Seed corn bags
50+ Hand corn planters
Corn shellers
Earliest patented cylinder corn sheller -1848!!

Okoboji; Farmers; Griswolds Standard; Pike; Muncy Chief; Funks; Fontanelle; Genetic Giant; New Jersey; Martins; Moews; Plumb; Trojan; Macon; Pioneer; Findleys; Golden Goliath; Farm Bureau; Brookfield; Hengen; Gutwein; Onawa; Vinton; Ruffs; Lester Pfister; Master Farmer; Stull; Ohio; Maygold; Renk; Funnelines; Wilson; Jacobsen; Horizon; DeKalb; Brodbecks; Hagies; Yauger; Kilpatrick; Robson; Wolverine; Crib Filler; Kellogs; Prairie Gold; Sokota; Tekseed; Gruhn; Hoblit; Ainsworth; Munson; Winterset; United; Ramy’s; Osborn; Producers; Earl May; Holdens; Best; (3) Plumb Hybrids wooden signs –RARE!!; Carlson; Schechinger; plus lots more!
Tomahawk; Ohio Certified; Blaneys; Malloys; Iowealth; Irlbecks; various Pioneers; DeKalb; Corn Husker; Iowa Missouri; Funks; Okoboji and Arnolds; Pride; Stull; Hagies; Plumb; Walter Pingels; Wilsons & more;
Pony Express; Holloway Bros; variety of Shelby County & local bags; Gold Standard; Golden Grain; Harlan Mills; IHC Co.’s; Gubbels; Highland; Haas; Bruhns; Koesters; Rosmann; Gruhn; Hawkeye; Lansmans; Prairie Gold; Fazels; Nichols; Iowa & US; Buffalo; Lincoln; Badger; Eagle; plus many more with great graphics;
Collection of seed corn patches; collection of ear corn dryers; shock ties; seed corn bag teddy bears; professionally carved ear of corn; ear corn probe; lots of DeKalb literature; early photograph of Alvin Wilson Dr; check wire stakes & rolls;
Keystone round planter seat; Peoria Advanced –damaged; Parlin & Orendorf; Brown Sulky; Hoosier; Buckeye; Moline; Champion; Evans;
(3) Unusual garden planters; assorted implement operator manuals; Shelby County seed memorabilia; Porter & Cloverleaf hay trolleys; bag holders; grain probes; Oliver typewriter; seed company thermometers and hats;


(9) RARE 2-ROW, 2-PERSON DROP PLANTERS: 1882 Evans with cast seat; 1885 Geo. W. Brown with cast seat; 1878 Keystone; 1869 Keystone with RARE round cast seat; 1883 Farmers Friend with RARE round cast seat; 1885 Challenge with check row attachment; 1882 Challenge; early Union James Selby; 1882 RARE Deere & Mansur;  OTHER CORN PLANTERS: 1936 Hayes 4-wheel check row; John Deere 999 check row; Hayes check row; IH mounted 4-row check row (mounts on F-20); Oliver 540 4-row; RARE 1943 Dempster Lister; John Deere Lister; 1-row Brown Lister; 1935 Oliver 2-row check row; Oliver Superior 1-horse; 1889 1-horse “The King of the Corn Field” check row with marker; John Deere Lister; John Deere 2-row; Case 2-row check row; (2) Oliver Lister 2-rows; John Deere 99 check row; Evans & Foos front-end 2-row drop; “Combined” front-end 2-row drop; Standard 1-horse with marker; extra planter wheels;
1848 FN Smith “cannon type” – RARE!
1937 McCormick 4-hole
(2) 1845 Briggs with wood seat -Different!
(15) FLOOR MODELS: John Deere 1A, 1B and 2A 2-hole; 1905 Dain; New Idea #1; 1892 Mountainville PA 2-hole; 1919 John Deere #4218-C; 1910 2-hole Dandy; 1882 Favorite 2-hole; Missouri Valley; Hocking Valley; 1863 Burrals left-hand; 1863 Burrals right-hand;  (30+) BOX TYPE: Family, Ball, Curtis Goddard, Annular, The Rogers, Eveready, The Home, plus more including a kids exhibit set-up with 8 box shellers;  (6) HAND SHELLERS: 50-cent; Gray Bros; Weaver Jones;
1915 Sanwich horse-power ear corn grinder; horse-drawn stalk cutter; 1892 Farmers Friend 1-row corn drill; 1895 Hoosier 1-horse corn drill; 1900 Kenwood 1-horse corn drill with row marker; IH 4-hole belt driven corn sheller; corn dryers; (3) fodder cutters; Ideal corn tester; 1930 Massey Harris corn binder; hand-crank Appleton corn slicer; The Emerson Kicker dockage tester; 1930’s seed corn smut grader; 1901 Betterway foot-powered ear corn cutter; Owens table top seed grader; Chattam table top seed grader; 1930 Letz #60 corn mill; Red Jacket foot-powered ear corn slicer; Hart seed corn grader & other seed corn graders; RARE 3-row marking sled; horse-drawn stalk cutter; check rope & reel; check attachments for drop planters; MISC. CORN ITEMS: Hayes #44 check planting unit dealer display; (10+) row markers; seed plate calculator; scale model corn crib; various grist mills including Blackhawk, Red Chief, Tennessee, Swift & more; handmade scale model of George Brown’s first drop planter with marking sled; (9) ear corn picker uppers; bag grabber tool; 1926 Rowe sack baler; check wire stakes and rolls; 50+ HAND CORN PLANTERS: 2-row; Jones Improved; Wakefield; Monoth; V. Avery; Sheffield; Hudson; and many more!!
PLOWS: Rumely Brush Buster –only 1 known!; Oliver 2-bottom rooster comb; Oliver 1-bottom rooster comb; McCormick Deering #8 Genius 1-bottom; Oliver #RO-99-B walking; 1868 Moline Prairie wood beam walking; 1880 John Deere Prairie Queen wood beam walking; Oliver hillside & reversible walking plow; 1892 Weir Plow Co. wood beam walking; 1-horse muck; #22 Leroy walking;  OTHER EQUIPMENT: 1910 David Bradley bale press; 1862 Buckeye mower –RARE!; Dultmeir flare box wagon with 2 scoop boards; horse-drawn Rock Island “Go Devil”; 10’ IHC elevator; McCormick Deering riding cultivator; 8’ Oliver disk; Patte 1-row walking cultivator; McCormick sub soiler; John Deere 4-01 tractor slip scoop; 1920 Sears 1-horse garden planter with row marker; Thompson grass seeder; Planter Jr garden planter; unusual John Deere Lister 1-row cultivator; various fanning mills including Maytag, Winner, Hawkeye & Clipper; (2) single row horse-drawn cultivators; John Deere sub soiler; 2-row potato planter; 12’ Farquhar weeder; 30+ assorted implement tongues;  GRAIN DRILLS: 1889 Spring made in Peru, IN; 1916 1-horse Sure Stand; 1-horse Oliver Superior #10; Hoosier grain drill box;

OWNER: The Hybrid Corn Pioneers Museum (Steve Kenkel)
For questions on items selling, contact Steve Kenkel at 712-579-1320.

Terms & Conditions: Food will be available. 7% Sales tax will be charged. All items advertised to the best of our knowledge. No guarantees. Please inspect items before bidding. Any announcements made day of auction take precedence over printed matter. Not responsible for accidents.
Please enter all absentee/phone bids before 5:00 PM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12.

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