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Auctioneer Carson Auction & Realty Co. 618-662-4911
Auction Date Sep 07 Auction
2103 CR 875E
(3mi. N of Johnsonville, IL
Rinard, IL
Time 11:00AM
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Manufactured Home & Garage on 1 Acre and Huge Selection of Personal Property



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Rinard, IL

LOCATION OF AUCTION: 2mi. N of Johnsonville, IL; approx. 25mi. SE of Salem, IL; approx. 10mi. S of Flora, IL; approx. 30mi. E of Centralia, IL

REAL ESTATE: This is an excellent opportunity to purchase an affordable home in a quiet and convenient country setting. The property is improved with a 1997 Dutch singlewide 16’X76’ (1,216sq.ft.) The interior of the home consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an open living/kitchen/dining area, and a utility room. The interior furnishings are panel walls, textured drywall ceilings, and carpet and laminate floor coverings. The exterior of the home is improved with a composition shingle roof replaced in approx. 2009, vinyl siding and vinyl windows. The home is also improved with gas forced heat, central air conditioning, and a covered rear deck. The property is also improved with a 28’X42’ detached garage which has a concrete floor, electric, one overhead garage door and two walkway doors. The property has a drilled water well and rural water is available. Recently the home has been improved with a new sewer line from the home to the septic system. This property has county road frontage on its eastern and southern borders and is situated in a very private yet easily accessed country location. Country homes are in very high demand and this one offers the peace and quiet location at an affordable price.

TOOLS, SAWS, AND MORE: School Bus (Does run); Shop Smith multi-purpose machine; Shop Smith multi-purpose machine (older) E3364 woodworking; Craftsman band saw 10”; Buffalo 14” Vertical Wood Cutting band saw; Montgomery Ward old cast iron scroll saw; Sears Craftsman scroll saw; Cummings wood lathe 40” center 14” diameter; Wood lathe 1/2hp. 40” length 14” dia.; Sears Craftsman 12” lathe (motor missing); Set of lathe tools; Engelberg belt sander; Craftsman 16” scroll saw; Craftsman 12” band saw; Sears Craftsman old table saw on homemade stand; Hydraulic hose cutter #1; Hydraulic hose cutter #2; Menards 10” table saw; Rockwell 9” contractors saw w/stand; Crafsman 10” table saw on stand w/extensions; Craftsman 100 large table saw with wings and base; Fairbanks Scale; British 4cy Engine and transmission for a Ford Anglia; Whitman Americus Cider press with grinder 1874; Singer industrial sewing machine with electric motor conversion w/clutch; Wisconsin heavy duty air cooled engine w/attached gear case; Accowright ½ ton chain fall; Tool Shop 3 1/2 cbf cement mixer; Clay pigeon thrower DO.ALL.TRAPS; Hawk RBI Precision Scroll Saw (works great); The Hill Quist Gem drill; Rocks Wet Buffer w/ Craftsman 1/3hp motor – works; Highland Park mfg. Wet Saw; Frantom Machinery large wet rock buffer (made in CA); Homemade Marble Making Machine with different size cups; Electric Panel 200 amp; Grinders.

COINS:   4 rolls of Mercury Dimes; 1 roll of V Nickels; 6 rolls of Buffalo Nickels; 48 rolls of Presidential $1 Coins ($25 dollar rolls); Copper Rounds 25+ (16 X 9); 15 Liberty Silver Dollars 1922, 1923, 1925; Approx. 50 2003 Proof Nickels in case; Golf & Presidential Collectors Medallions; 1999 State Quarters Proof Set; 2 Sets of Indian Head Pennies 1890 – 1909; Westward Series Nickels; New Shields Pennies 109 rolls uncirculated; 10 rolls of Special Addition Nickels (2004 Keelboat P, 2005 Bison P, 2005 Ocean View, 2006 Monticello P); 2009 D Lincoln Cent Formative Years; 19 rolls uncirculated Lincoln Series Pennies; 85 lbs. of wheat pennies; 2 bags of S mint pennies.  

OTHER INTERESTING ITEMS: Large set of German made Coo Coo Clocks; Over 1,000 license plates from 1923 to current; Blue Ball Mason jars (some with metal tops); Very large selection of pottery (McCoy, (USA), (Italy); Vintage Ruby Red dishes; Vintage Mary Mushroom Cookie Jar Collection; 2 Antique Metal Milk Boxes; Large selection of antique leather collars, wooden yolks, bridles; Primitive tools; Hugh selections of nails; Old windows; Marbles; Apple picker; School desk; Rear tine garden tiller; Hugh selection of Lapidary journals (jewelry artist magazines.)                  

TERMS ON REAL ESTATE: 15% of the purchase price placed down day of sale and the balance due at closing on or before October 8, 2019. Sellers guarantee good and merchantable title. Real estate taxes will be pro-rated to the date of closing. The 2018 real estate and mobile home taxes were $187.90. Sellers & Buyer(s) will enter into a Sales Contract day of sale. All announcements day of sale take precedence over any previously printed materials or advertisements.

 TERMS ON THE PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash or Check with proper ID. No item to be removed until paid for. All announcements day of sale take precedence over any previously printed material or advertisements. Not responsible for accidents or theft.  


Sellers:  Craig & Becky Larch

COL. JUSTIN CARSON #441.001711

Managing Broker, Certified General Appraiser, & Auctioneer 618-662-4911

Joe Blanchard & Gary Blanchard – Ringmen, Brena Blanchard – Cashier, Becky Carson – Clerk

204 E. North Ave., Flora, IL 62839

Auctioneer License Information: 440.000347

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