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     WEIDMAN FARMS -103.37 ACRES INCLUDING MOSTLY  PRODUCTIVE                                FARM GROUND & SOME WOODS                                                                          OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION                                                      IN THREE PARCELS ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6TH, 2018 @ 6 PM                             ON THE PREMISES AT THE WEIDMAN HOMESTEAD,                                 19529 TOWNSHIP ROAD 56, BLUFFTON, OHIO

 

THESE FARMS HAVE BEEN SYSTEMATICALLY TILED AND OFFER APPROXIMATELY 90 ACRES (TOGETHER) OF GOOD TILLABLE GROUND AND ABOUT 9 ACRES OF WOODS. THESE FARMS BENEFIT FROM BOTH HAVING FRONTAGE ON T R 56 & STATE ROUTE 103. THE GROUND HAS BEEN SURVEYED AND WILL BE OFFERED PER SURVEYED ACRE.

CROPS ARE ALREADY HARVESTED AND SELLERS TO PAY FULL 2018 REAL ESTATE TAXES.

PARCEL I: BEING 24.666 SURVEYED ACRES, MOSTLY TILLABLE, SYSTEMATICALLY TILED, FARM GROUND MADE UP OF MOSTLY PEWAMO SILTY CLAY LOAM, WITH A SMALLER AMOUNT OF BLOUNT SILT LOAM 0-2% SLOPES

 PARCEL II: BEING 78.704 SURVEYED ACRES +/-, MOSTLY TILLABLE, SYSTEMATICALLYTILED, FARM GROUND MADE UP OF MOSTLY PEWAMO SILTY CLAY LOAM & BLOUNT SILT LOAM 2-4% SLOPES, WITH A SMALLER AMOUNT OF BLOUNT SILT LOAM 0-2% SLOPES. THERE ARE APPROXIMATLY 9 ACRES OF WOODS IN THE SE CORNER OF THIS FARM

 PARCEL III: BEING PARCELS I & II SOLD TOGETHER AS ONE BEING A TOTAL OF 103.37 SURVEYED ACRES 

Terms for Real Estate: 5% down day of sale with the balance due and payable within 30 days.  This property does not sell subject to financing.  Purchasers must have their financing in order and be prepared to bid and buy on sale day.  It sells in “as is” condition with no warranties or guarantees of any kind.  Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any and or all bids but fully intends to sell on sale day. Auctioneer works as seller’s agent.

Owners: Harold & Jerome Weidman, Brothers.

ANTIQUES, GOOD HOUSEHOLD GOODS & FURNITURE, GARAGE ITEMS, 2004 HONDA ACCORD, AND MORE!!

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7TH  STARTING @ 2 PM

ON THE PREMISES AT 709 EDITH AVE., FINDLAY, OH 

AUCTIONEER’S NOTEGOOD FOOD & RESTROOMS AVAILABLE.  MUCH MORE WILL BE AVAILABLE HERE THAN IS IN THIS VERY PARTIAL LIST 

VEHICLE: 2004 Honda Accord w/ 174K miles. Fully loaded with features, no rust or damage, great running car!                                                                              PARTIAL LIST OF GREAT ITEMS AVAILABLE ON SALE DAY: Leather sofa/loveseat/chair, nice bedroom suites and other BR furniture, vintage Mahogany buffet, DR table w/ 6 Hitchcock chairs, HDTV, Stereo equipment & other electronics, full inventory of kitchen wares, Findlay Illustrated book –H R Page from 1889, garage full of good garden & other tools, lots of misc, furniture, antique copper kettle, antique Alladin glass kero lamp/chimney, unique antique B & W picture “The Human American Eagle” form Camp Gordon, Altlanta from 1918, Old panoramic  B & W picture of The Ohio Oil Co. employees, Many good hardcover books, Old 33 & 45 RPM records, old children’s games/toys, good framed artwork, storage cabinets, table saw, log chain, and many other good tools, old flatbed child’s wagon, ant. Nail Keg, Shop-Vac and so much more!!

Personal Property Terms: Cash, Check w/ ID, & Major Credit/debit cards w/3% Buyer’s Premium
 

 

GUNS, ANTIQUE FARM ITEMS, GOOD WOODWORKING TOOLS AND GOOD BARN DRIED LUMBER, ANVIL & RELATED ITEMS, HIT & MISS MOTOR, GOOD STIHL EQUIPMENT, COLLECTIBLES, NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACTS, GOLD & PRECIOUS STONES JEWELRY, HOUSEHOLD & APPLIANCES AND SO MUCH MORE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8TH STARTING @ 1 PM

            ON THE PREMISES AT 20197 T. R. 68 ARLINGTON, OH

 

AUCTIONEER’S NOTEGOOD FOOD & RESTROOMS AVAILABLE.  MUCH MORE WILL BE AVAILABLE HERE THAN IS IN THIS VERY PARTIAL LIST. SEVERAL OLD BARN BUILDINGS FULL OF GOOD ITEMS TO SELL. CHECK OUT ALL THE GOOD PICTURES ON AUCTIONZIP.COM!                                                                                        PARTIAL LIST OF GREAT ITEMS AVAILABLE ON SALE DAY:  Several Barns full of many good antique & Vintage farm related items including blacksmith forge & anvil 22”; Hit & Miss engine on trolley, good old crocks, jars & bottles, lots of smalls for the showcases, great collection of good power woodworking tools (big & small), LARGE lengths-widths-depths of barn dried woodworking lumber-various types; collection of Native American stone tools & arrowheads & related items, several local deer antler mounts, newer Simplicity small snowblower, Stihl HT 76 gas chainsaw, Stihl gas tree chainsaw, Stihl weed trimmer, unique primitive chair made from a large barrel; cast iron pot bellied stove, blocks & pulleys, good old belt wheels, nice flat bed hay wagon w/ sides, vintage men’s bicycle, antique curved glass front china curio cabinet, Ruby flash glass souvenirs, good pocketknife collection, Hallmark Keepsake ornaments-Vehicles; ASA Umpire gear set, McCoy Owl cookie jar, newer Amana refrigerator w/ bottom drawer freezer; Nice Oak DR table & chairs, upholstered furniture, HDTV and related items, other misc. furniture, Kitchen wares, acetylene torch, air compressor, good hand tools and sets, AND SO MUCH MORE!                                                                                                  GUNS: SELL AT 3 PM Legacy By Daisy model 2202 .22cal rifle in box;  Springfield Arms >22 cal SL or L bolt action rifle, antique Stevens .22 cal lever action rifle marked Reg US Patent 0585 , Mossburg Camo 20 gauge semi-auto shotgun w/ scope, sling and extra barrel; antique octagonal  barrel J. Stevens A & T Co. .22 cal lever action rifle; antique The W. H. Davenport .22 cal lever action rifle, antique double barrel shotgun w/ rabbit ears-good condition, good Crossman 22 rifle, Connecticut Arms .44 cal black powder revolver-Navy revolver reproduction; various ammo.                                                                                           JEWELRY: SELLS AT 3 PM IN SEPARATE RING- SEVERAL 10 TO 14K gold jewelry items including rings, bracelets, necklaces with various stones including Opal, Diamonds, Garnet, Sapphires and more 

Personal Property Terms: Cash, Check w/ ID, & Major Credit/debit cards w/3% Buyer’s Premium.

 

                        

             

 KUBOTA B7610 TRACTOR W/ONLY 250 HOURS & FRONT LOADER                MANY GOOD WOODWORKING & OTHER TOOLS & SHOP ITEMS, FARM                                                     ANTIQUES, ANVIL AND MORE!!                                             THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1ST STARTING @ 1 PM

ON THE PREMISES AT 8833 TOWNSHIP RD. 95, FINDLAY, OH

AUCTIONEER’S NOTEWE WILL BE SELLING INSIDE THE LARGE POLE BUILDING!! GOOD FOOD & RESTROOMS AVAILABLE.  MUCH MORE WILL BE AVAILABLE HERE THAN IS IN THIS VERY PARTIAL LIST. HOMEOWNER IS CLEARING OUT HIS LIFETIME COLLECTION OF A  42’ X 60’ POLE BUILDING!

PARTIAL LIST OF ITEMS TO BE OFFERED: Like new Kubota B7610 tractor, mower deck, vintage Case 220 riding mower;  and LA 352 front loader w/only 250 hours (sells w/ reasonable reserve); rear forks for tractor, like new Land Pride RTA1550 rear 3-pt PTO tiller, Anvil on stand, Power tools: Table saw, drill press, radial arm saw; many other good woodworking and other tools, good woodworking lumber-various types, pallet jack, vintage seed sorting machine, antique typewriter & adding machine, Troy-Built Horse tiller w/new engine; Bench grinder & vise, industrial power washer, Joiner/planer, platform scales, phone booth sized greenhouse, McCulloch chainsaw, leg-hold & live traps, vintage 4-gallon steel milk crate/carrier, Purple Martin House, Good Glass jars and bottles, fenceposts, concrete bench, Weider 3525 Weight machine, barely used Honda Black Max 8125 portable Generator; Gas grill, like new kerosene heaters, and too many smalls to possibly list here! Check out all the good pictures on Auctionzip.com ID #6376-at bottom of home page. Personal Property Terms: Cash, Check w/ ID, & Major Credit/debit cards w/3% Buyer’s Premium.

NICE BUNGALOW STYLE ONE-STORY HOME, TWO-CAR GARAGE, ON a DOUBLE LOT IN ARCADIA, OHIO

        OFFERED @ PUBLIC AUCTION TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30TH @ 6 PM                     ON THE PREMISES AT 405 E. SOUTH ST. ARCADIA, OHIO                            OPEN HOUSES THURS. SEPT. 27TH, & WED. OCT. 3RD  BOTH 5-7 PM                                                                                                                                                          This one story home offers 1302 sq. ft and includes a large living room, large eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, two bedrooms, & a full bathroom. The home also offers a partial basement and a nice two car detached garage. The home has had several updates including electrical, replacement windows, newer roof on house and garage, and vinyl siding.  Call Travis Farthing @ 419-348-4612 for more info or to schedule a showing.

Terms for Real Estate: 5% down day of sale with the balance due and payable within 30 days. This property does not sell subject to inspections or financing including appraisals or any other financing requirements. Purchasers must have their financing in order and be prepared to bid and buy on sale day.  It sells in “as is” condition with no warranties or guarantees of any kind.  Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any and or all bids, but fully intends to sell on sale day.  Be prepared to bid and buy!  Auctioneer works as Seller’s agent.<< New text box >>

LARGE COMMERCIAL GOLF COURSE MOWING & OPERATING EQUIPMENT DISPERSAL INCLUDING: JOHN DEERE 4120 EHYDRO TRACTOR & LOADER, COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL MOWING & TURF EQUIPMENT, COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT, 20 GOOD GAS GOLF CARTS, GOLFING EQUIPMENT, TOOLS AND SHOP ITEMS AND MORE!! 

SATURDAY OCTOBER 27TH STARTING @ 10 AM SHARP!

                ON THE PREMISES AT THE SHADY ACRES GOLF COURSE LOCATED                        AT 100 SHADY ACRES LANE, MCCOMB, OHIO 45858 

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: These items have been well maintained and cared for. This is a partial list of good items available. Please check out all the good pictures at Auctionzip.com, Auctioneer ID# 6376 (found at bottom of the home page). Good food & restrooms available. Come and enjoy the Fall day with us!

PARTIAL LIST OF ITEMS TO BE OFFERED: 20 GOOD WORKING  GAS GOLF CARTS (YAMAHA) , CUSHMAN RUNABOUT PICKUP TURF TRUCKSTER DUMP VEHICLE, JOHN DEERE 4120 eHYDRO TRACTOR W/ 400X FRONT LOADER (SELLS W/REASONABLE RESERVE), WOODS 150C BATWING FAIRWAY MOWER, JOHN DEERE & OTHER COMMERCIAL GREENS MOWERS, TORO ZERO TURN MOWERS, METER-MATIC TOP DRESSER, JOHN DEERE 1800 W/ ACCUMASTER 210 COMMERCIAL SPRAYER,  CLUB CAR CARRY-ALL GOLF CART W/ DUMP BED, MANY OTHER COMMERCIAL GOLF EQUIPMENT ITEMS; COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT INCLUDING: MANITOWOC Q130 ICE MAKER, SOFT SERVE ICE CREAM MAKER, COMMERCIAL MICROWAVE AND CONVECTION OVEN, COMMERCIAL HOT DOG ROLLER GRILL, NACHO MACHINE, FOOD WARMER AND MANY OTHER VARIOUS FOOD EQUIPMENT ITEMS; SET OF ANTIQUE GOLF CLUBS ON MOUNTED DISPLAY, SIX VINTAGE CIRCA 50'S ICE CREAM SWIVEL STOOLS, MANY STACKING CHAIRS, TABLES, LARGE SAMSUNG HDTV, TWO SETS OF LARGE LOCKERS, BENCHES, MANY HAND TOOLS AND SETS, GENERATOR, POWER TOOLS, AND LOTS OF GARAGE & SHOP ITEMS; THIS IS A VERY PARTIAL LIST. MORE MUCH MORE WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THIS GREAT SALE!!

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MAZZA ART MUSEUM BIENNIAL AUCTION OF CHILDREN'S BOOK ILLUSTRATORS ARTWORK
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10TH, 2018 @ 6 PM
ON THE PREMISES AT 201 COLLEGE ST. FINDLAY, OHIO
OFFERING FINE ARTWORKS FROM MANY DIFFERENT ARTISTS, MANY SUBJECTS, IN MANY DIFFERENT MEDIAS.
FULL LIST OF ARTWORK OFFERED AS FOLLOWS:

1.     Melissa Sweet                                                                                             

Description: A watercolor, graphite, and collage from Rubia and the Three Osos, titled, “Page 13”

Window: 10.5” x 10.5”

Frame: 16” x 16”

Appraised Value: $1,100

 

2.     Bernard Most

Description: A signed felt-tip from A Trio of Triceratops titled,  “In Towels, ” and a signed copy of book

Window: 8” X 8”

Frame: 12” x 12”

Appraised Value: $1,100

 

3.     Diane DeGroat

Description: A signed and numbered (4/100) fine lithograph from Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire titled, “Pledge of Allegiance.”

Window: 9” x 7”

Frame: 15” x 13”

Appraised Value: $150

 

4.     Amy Young

Description: A gouache from The Mud Family titled. “Page 3,” and a signed copy of book

Window: 9.5” x 9”

Frame: 15” x 15”

Appraised Value: $1,100

 

5.     Pat Cummings

Description: A watercolor, colored pencil, pen and ink from Barrie and Bennie titled, “Page 16”

Window: 6.5” x 5.5”

Frame: 12” x 11”

Appraised Value: $800

 

6.     Elaine Wentworth

Description: A watercolor titled, “Storm at the Lighthouse”

Window: 11” x 17.75”

Frame: 18” x 24”

Appraised Value: $1,200

 

 

 

7.     Cheryl Harness

Description: A watercolor from The Night Light Mother Goose titled, “Pages 4-5”

Window: 8” x 17”

Frame: 14” x 23”

Appraised Value: $1,600

 

 

8.     Kathryn Hewitt

Description: An oil painting from Gadiva titled, “Title Page”

Window: 13.5” x 20.5”

Frame: 19” x 26”

Appraised Value: $1,500

 

9.     Suse MacDonald

Description: A cut paper collage from Crash Juggle Splash titled, “The Tigers Leap” (Unpublished)

Window: 22” x 9”

Frame: 26.5” x 13.25”

Appraised Value: $1,200

 

10.Nancy Tafuri

Description: A watercolor, pen and ink from Blue Goose titled, “And Chick Painted the Sun Yellow,” and a signed copy of the book

Window: 22” x 11”

Frame: 28” x 17”

Appraised Value: $1,500

 

11.Craig Brown

Description: A watercolor, pen and ink from The Ornery Morning titled, “Pages 6-7”

Window: 9” x 19”

Frame: 15” x 25”

Appraised Value: $800

 

12.Iza Trapani

Description: A signed and dated watercolor from Row, Row, Row Your Boat titled, “Beaver Dam”

Window: 11. 5” x 18.5”

Frame: 10.25” x 17”

Appraised Value: $1,400

 

 

 

 

 

13.Robert Neubecker

Description: A digital print on paper from School Fever titled, “Cover,” signed and hand-lettered

Window: 13” x 19”

Frame: 15” x 12.25

Appraised Value: $100

 

14.Nancy Carlson

Description: A watercolor, pen and ink from Henry’s 100 Days of Kindergarten titled, “Everybody, Books.”

Window: 12” x 10.25”

Frame: 9” x 7.5”

Appraised Value: $900

 

15.Jane Wattenberg

Description: A signed and dated gilcee print from Never Cry Woof! titled, “Playing Hide and Seek.”

Window: 16” x 20.5”

Frame: 22” x 26”

Appraised Value: $250

 

16.Beth Peck

Description: An oil study for the back cover of Ghosts in the Family

Window: 14” x 7”

Frame: 20” x 13”

Appraised Value: $500

 

17.Blair Lent

Description: A cardboard cut from Pistachio titled, “Pistachio is Very Unusual”

Window: 11.5” x 16.5”

Frame: 9 x 11.5”

Appraised Value: $750

 

18.Tasha Tudor

Description: A signed and numbered lithograph (147/500) titled, “Triple Heart”

Window: 14.75” x 18.5”

Frame: 20” x 24”

Appraised Value:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19.Laura McGee Kvasnosky

Description: A gouache resist from Zelda and Ivy the Runaways titled, “Page 5,” and a signed copy of the book and recorded book

Window: 10” x 10.5”

Frame: 5” x 5.5”

Appraised Value: $1,100

 

20.Jane Breskin Zalben

Description: A signed and numbered lithograph (123/1000) from Inner Chimes

Window: 8” x 7”

Frame: 11” x 13”

Appraised Value: $1,100

 

21.Susanna Natti

Description: A watercolor, colored pencil and graphite from Lionel in the Summer titled, “Pages 26-27,” and a signed copy of the book

Window: 9” x 12”

Frame: 15” x 18”

Appraised Value: $750

 

22.Gail Piazza

Description: A fine lithography on watercolor paper from The Alphabet War: Living with Dyslexia titled, “Children Holding Books,” signed and dated.

Window: 10.5” x 13”

Frame: 12” x 17”

Appraised Value: $150

 

23.Peter Catalanotto

Description: A watercolor study for Ivan the Terrier

Window: 8.75” x 14”

Frame: 9.5” x 16”

Appraised Value: $1,500

 

24.Hans Wilhelm

Description: A watercolor titled, “Happy Mermaid”

Window: 9” x 12”

Frame: 15” x 18”

Appraised Value: $750

 

25.Tasha Tudor

Description: A signed and dated lithograph

Window: 8.25” x 10.5”

Frame: 10.5” x 13”

Appraised Value: $350

 

26.Jane Cowen-Fletcher

Description: A watercolor and colored pencil from Baby Be Kind titled, “Cover,” and a graphite preliminary sketch with a signed copy of the book

Window: 7” x 7”

Frame: 13” x 13”

Appraised Value: $1,000

 

27.Holly Berry

Description: A gouache from The Stubborn Pumpkin titled, “All Around the Pumpkin.”

Window: 7” x 7”

Frame: 14.75” x 14.25”

Appraised Value: $950

 

28.Mary Newell DePalma

Description: An acrylic from Now It is Winter titled, “Pages 10-11”

Window: 10.5” x 13.5”

Frame: 18” x 22”

Appraised Value: $1,200

 

29.Chris Demarest

Description: A watercolor from Arlington: The Story of Our Nation’s Cemetery titled, “Robert E. Lee Resigns,” and a signed copy of the book

Window: 10.5” x 13.5”

Frame: 18” x 22”

Appraised Value: $1,200

 

30.Will Moses

Description: An oil on paper from Raining Cats and Dogs titled, “Get the Ball Rolling,” and a signed copy of the book

Window: 8” x 10.5”

Frame: 10” x 12.5”

Appraised Value: $3,000

 

31.Cyndy Szekeres

Description: 3 original mouse illustrations

Window: A. 2.5” x 3.75”  B 2.5” x 3.5”  C. 3.25” x 3.5”

Frame: A. 7”x 8.5,”  B. 7.5” x 8” C. 7.75” x 8.2”

Appraised Value: $110

 

 

 

 

 

 

32.Katherine Thomas

Description: A fine lithograph on watercolor paper titled, “Sky Sailing at Night”

Window: 4” x 6”

Frame: 8.5” x 11”

Appraised Value: $200

 

33.Brian G. Karas

Description: From A Place Called Kindergarten titled, “Page 1”

Window: 10.5” x 8.5”

Frame: 14.5” x 16.5

Appraised Value: $1,200

 

34.Lulu Delacre

Description: Signed and numbered (1/20) giclee from How Far Do You Love Me? titled, “Glaciers Blue,” and a signed and dated copy of the book, comes with a letter of authenticity

Window: 12.75” x 22.5”

Frame: 18” x 28”

Appraised Value: $300

 

35.Katherine Tillotson

Description: Charcoal character sketch for When Library Lights Go Out and a signed copy of the book

Window: 14.5” x 17”

Frame: 22.5” x 25.5”

Appraised Value: $900
 

NOVEMBER 15, 2018

 

LARGE, HISTORIC TWO STORY BRICK HOME & PERSONAL PROPERTY  OFFERED AT AUCTION THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH PERSONAL PROPERTY STARTS @ 2PM, REAL ESTATE SELLS @ 6 PM

                   ON THE PREMISES AT 117 E. FREMONT ST. FOSTORIA, OHIO                        OPEN HOUSES TUES. OCT.16TH, & THURS. OCT.25TH BOTH 5-7 PM                                                                                  

This historic home offers 2106 living square feet and a full unfinished basement. The home consists of a formal front foyer, parlor/office room, large living room, formal dining room, kitchen, laundry room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, front enclosed balcony, and large covered front porch. This home has great bones and is ready for all your remodeling touches. Call Travis Farthing @ 419-348-4612 for more info or to schedule a showing.

Terms for Real Estate: 5% down day of sale with the balance due and payable within 30 days. This property does not sell subject to inspections or financing including appraisals or any other financing requirements. Purchasers must have their financing in order and be prepared to bid and buy on sale day.  It sells in “as is” condition with no warranties or guarantees of any kind.  Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any and or all bids, but fully intends to sell on sale day.  Be prepared to bid and buy!  Auctioneer works as Seller’s agent.<< New text box >>

NOVEMBER 17, 2018

 

Precision Turf Management auction – Sat., Nov 17, 2018 Starts @ 10 am

        7090 Red Hawk Dr.  Findlay, Ohio 45840

 

  Tractors – Trailers – Trucks -

          2002 Dodge Dakota – 187,600 mi, 4 door

          2002 GMC  Sierra,  242,000 miles - 6 cyl, new engine at 160k

          Hudson Trailer – 23' x 8' - GVWR 12,830 – Cap 10,000  lbs

          Hudson Trailer – tilt 14' x 6.5' - GVWR 7560  Cap 6,000 lbs

          Pronovost dump trailer –Mo P-503  Cap 3000 50” x 70” w/manual hydraulic system

          John Deere 955 tractor –  ready to mow

          Yanmar 226-D tractor – 540 hours, pristine condition 

  Antiques, collectibles, vintage items

         Beveled glass window, leaded glass/stained window,  metal and wood ammo boxes, pulley, glass pitcher set, Wedgewood serving dishes, Comet sled,  Child's sled, copper & tin items, marine compass (Negus  New York) , Underwood typewriter, brass air pump, wire baskets, 50's mixer, Coke trays,  Socket set, 50's TV stand,  Deco sm floor fan, Movie set spotlight (Bardwell-McCallister Hollywood Ca) , Mahogany Mirror,  wood columns, military wench, old windows, early  Maytag washing machine,  Carriage related - Coach windows w/beveled glass (total 30 windows), carriage lamps, shafts, poles, bars, harness, folding carrigae top, beveled window for top, jacks, hay loader, carriage picture,  

  Carriage / Horse related items

              Pony trap, Park Phaeton w/lamps (sold separate),

              Farm sled / sleigh in original condition 

              Road Wagon (Stivers- Tilton 1881) – in original condition 

  Grounds care / turf /  golf course items

            John Deere 955 tractor –  ready to mow

            Yanmar 226-D tractor – 540 hours, pristine condition

            Pronovost dump trailer –Mo P-503  Cap 3000 50” x 70” w/manual hydraulic system

            John Deere Aerocore 1500 aerator

            Troy Built tiller 

Other turf items: Flail mower  ,  John Deere 955 for parts,  walking spray boom, Sears lawn tractor & snow blower (not running) 

  Shops items

       1” webbing, castor wheels, SK tools/boxes,  metal band saws, two wheel running gear,  light off road trailer axle, 300 gal tote,  2- 550 gal fuel tanks,  misc expanded metal,  Incra wood fence parts, PVC fittings, sm power sander, Lincoln arc welder,  Miller wire welder Mo 135, suction line 3”,  gear block hoist, tool box,  sprayer boom 21',  sand blast items, sm electric motors,  drum rack, 

  Other items

        Mission Dining table /chairs,   Gun cabinet, hardwood boards, golf balls, Winchester pistol case, bug fogger, wine fridge,  microwave,  small fridge, gas barbecue,  wood tables, electric fence unit, cross country skis, 

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