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Auctioneer Integrity Realty & Auctions (618) 302-0325
Auction Date Oct 05 Auction
Location
13 Brock Lane
Fairfield, IL
Time 09:00AM
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PUBLIC AUCTION

INTEGRITY REALTY & AUCTIONS HAS BEEN COMMISSIONED TO SELL THE FOLLOWING

ITEMS FOR THE HEIR OF PAUL AND RUBY BOSTER AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, 2019 @ 9AM

LOCATION:  13 BROCK LANE, FAIRFIELD, IL  62837  (ON-SITE)

 

DIRECTIONS:  From Illinois Route 15, East of Fairfield at Crestview Veterinary Hospital, turn South onto Matthews Drive.  Matthews Drive curves back East, becoming Brock Lane.

The auction location is on the corner.  (SIGNS POSTED)

 

SPECTACULAR ITEMS FROM THE COLLECTION OF

PAUL AND RUBY BOSTER OF BOSTER’S ANTIQUES STORE!!!

 

AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS:

2004 Jeep Liberty Sport (2-wheel drive, 3.7-liter V6 engine, 5-speed manual transmission, 149,698 miles, 4-door sport utility vehicle, cloth interior, VIN: 1J4GK48K94W159182); 1997 Pontiac Bonneville SE (2-wheel drive, 3.8-liter V6 engine, automatic transmission, 220,344 miles, 4-door sedan, VIN: 1G2HX52K2VH252503); Antique Ford Tractor (800 Series ???, could not find serial number); Murray 42” cut, 15.5 HP riding mower with Briggs & Stratton engine; Murray “Select” 42” cut, 18.5 HP riding lawn mower with Briggs & Stratton engine; Red utility cart; 1990 Utility trailer with title; 1968 Homemade box trailer with title; Antique manure spreader; 3-point hitch field cultivator; 3-point hitch boom/cherry picker; Scraper; Double roller/packer; 5-foot rotary cutter; Pull-type spreader; A few other antique implements/farming items are in the woods and will have to be removed by buyer, including, 4-row planter, 2-row planter, steel-wheel “Case” hay rake, and plow; Wood and metal levels; Some pellet and BB guns; 2-Wheel dolly; PVC Pipe; 2-ton jack; Rubber boots; Battery chargers; Larger rolling pin; “The Jaeger  Jr.” vacuum; Lots of long-handle tools; HI-lift jack; Top link; Measuring Wheel; Sledges; Cummins Creeper; Old metal sign bracket; Vintage light fixture parts; U.S. General tool box; Rigid pipe wrenches; Hatchets; Galvanized funnels; Galvanized water and gas cans; Bench vise; Hand planer; Small portable compressor; Dremel tool; Tool boxes; Jack stands; Vintage grocery store scales; Bread boxes; Ryobi angle grinder; Black & Decker battery-powered tools; C-clamps; Squirrel cage fans; HD shelf unit on rollers; Old steel wheels; Large ammo case; Lightening rod (no bulb); Invalid equipment; Row seeder; Wooden shipping case marked “St. Louis, Mo., Cotton Fabric”; Single Trees and Double Trees; Old horse tack including bits and saddle; Roll of Chicken wire; Roll of Goat/sheet fence; Chicken incubators; Vintage wire patio set; Two-drawer sofa table; Ornate dresser and mirror; Decorative side table; School desks and chairs; Six-drawer spindle-leg cabinet; Large office desk; Childs rocker; China cabinet; Singer treadle sewing machine; Possum belly table base; Old window frames; Vintage barrister bookcase; Small rock collection; Old wheelchair; Bon Del Water Filter; Multi Mist fog generator; Aluminum cooler; Galvanized tubs; Vintage scales; Chowder kettle (some damage) and frame; Metal lawn chairs; Old cook stove; Cast iron fancywork; Aluminum folding table; 1894 H & M Tycos large bronze automatic regulator; Campaign buttons; Albums with tin type; Wire baskets; Egg scale; Ash trays with advertising; Vintage toys, including, a Marx truck, Nylint livestock hauler and truck, etc.; Ruby Boster block paintings; Very nice selection of pottery, including Hull, Roseville, and Shawnee; 12-gallon white Hall Crock; McCoy covered wagon cookie jar; Mammy cookie jar; Clear punchbowl set; Soup tureen; Nice vases; Various glassware items, including, Moon and Stars, clear, red, and green depression, and Milk glass; Ruby Red Fenton; Toothpick holders; Hatpin holders; Amberina thimble holder; Northwood stretch vases; Purple slag hen-on-nest tops; Horsehead candy holders; Federal Glass candy holder/bookends; Royal Copenhagen Mors Dag plates, some are in box; Some ball jars; Moonshine jug; Art glass; Occupied Japan figurines; Cold painted brass owl bookends; Brass décor…and so much more!!!

 

JEEP LIBERTY, PONTIAC BONNEVILLE, FORD TRACTOR,

IMPLEMENTS, AND TRAILERS SELL AT 11AM

 

TERMS OF AUCTION:

Cash or Check with I.D. are acceptable forms of payment.  Credit card merchant services offered for all major cards with 3% convenience fee.  All items sell "As Is - Where Is" with no guarantee as to condition.  All announcements made day of auction take precedence over all written or verbal statements.  Not responsible for accidents.

 

NO BUYER’S PREMIUM—PICTURES ONLINE

CONCESSIONS AND RESTROOM ON-SITE DAY OF AUCTION

 

SELLER:  THE HEIR OF PAUL AND RUBY BOSTER
(TONY BOSTER)

 

Contact Dustin by calling (618) 445-2267

email: dustin@integritylistings.net

 

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