Feature Tractors: 1913 Case 20-40, sn. 2276, runs, restored, very rare and hard to find tractor!!!; Full Size Froelich Replica, sn. None - 1 of 1, Custom built from scale replica, engine is a 6 HP Fairbanks Morse upright engine, a real show stopper, super neat!; 1923 Case 22-40 Crossmotor, sn. 46358, Runs- restored 2006; 1928 Case 18-32 Crossmotor, sn. K327198, runs- restored; Case 12-20 Crossmotor, sn. 57863, runs, mech restored, just needs paint, new fenders; 1928 Minneapolis 17-30 Type B, sn. 656T, runs, Clean easy restoration; Hart Parr 18-36, mechanically restored, new fenders; John Deere GP, sn. 204259, new fenders (in box) - mostly restored, runs good, on steel; Allis Chalmers 20-35, full restoration just finished, July 2006 painted, decals; John Deere `R` diesel, runs very good, Pony motor strong
Other Tractors: John Deere D, sn. 150365, runs; Case L, sn. no tag, running, on full steel; Case LA on rubber, sn. 6408595LA, runs, Excellent tires, new grill; Case SC on skeleton steel, fronts on rubber, runs, rear steel, front rubber; Farmall Super C, sn. 135624, good runner; John Deere 620, sn. 6208562, daily user, Farm with this all the time, with blade; Pennsylvania Panzer, sn. 84332, Runs, Garden Tractor w/ new engine; Ford NAA, With backhoe and loader-runs goods everything works; Massey 33, runs good, starter problem, tin very good; Case D, sn. 807609D, runs, wide front; Farmall H- 1941 with Farmhand Loader WF, sn. 215907 X5, runs (?), Not sure if hydraulics work to lift loader; Farmall Model B, restored runs, single front; Case VAC, sn. H51643119, restored, runs, narrow front; Case S, sn. 227817S, runs, wide front, nice, barn fresh!; IH A, sn. 8126287, runs; Allis Chalmers G, sn. 946, runs good; Case SC, sn. 4903337SC, Not running, parts; Case SC, sn. 4511209SC, Not running, parts; Case DC, sn. XXX2446DC, used as the belt up tractor on the farm; COOP, not running, parts or restore with Farmhand loader; Farmall C, sn. 70548??, Not running, Parts or restore; Farmall F-20, sn. no tag?, Not running, Parts or restore; Farmall H, Not running, Parts or restore; Farmall A, sn. No tag, Not running, Restorable WF; Case DC, Not running, Parts or restore; Minneapolis Moline KT, sn. 559371F, Not running, Parts or restore; Allis Chalmers WC, sn. 43022, very restorable; JD 60, sn. 605858, not running, loose, very restorable, stuck, pretty good tin; Oliver Cletrac HG42 Crawler, sn. 44GA478, Might run, very restorable
Garden Tractors: Planet Jr Model 102; Garden Tractor w/ saw blade-complete; David Bradley; Garden tractors with front tiller ball, cultivator and disc, discing attachment, rototiller, Front rotary mower; Wards GrainBuster-Model L
Engines: Rare Aurora 4 cyl power Unit mounted on cart , 1129, runs great, 45HP Type H like used on Holt and Best Crawlers; Very early IH Famous Vertical Air Cooled 2 HP, KB265 loose; Galloway Masterpiece 6, 31655 Rare - Desirable - Runs, used in 2005 - older restoration; Olds 4-1/2 HP , 31205 Used 2005 - runs good; Gould, Shapley & Muir 6HP, 6983, runs good, Rare, desirable; Franklin Valveless Type X size 12 x16 , 2254, runs excellent, Propane Oil Field Engine; Root & Vandervoort Eng-built for John Deere Plow Co - 4 HP all there, CL26928 runs; Rare Hart Parr 50 runs, needs mag repaired, very hard to find, on base non radiator version; Iron Horse Engine Co. Mod. X416, 77571, restorable, Air cooled; Bates & Edmonds `Bull Dog` 5 HP `Oil`, B(or 8) 035362, stuck, Rare, desirable; IH Upright 8 HP, DA858830, runs; Ruston Hornsby Elevator Engine, CR180924, not running, Looks like its all there - some broken castings; Ellis 6 HP w/ Wards Pump, 2572, fully restored, running, Used in 2005 farm show, water hopper style; Monitor on cart, 5HP Type HJ, 17681; Wolseley engine 1-1/2 HP w, Surgemaster pump, 53607, Older resto-runs, , on cart, nice; IH 2Hp Vertical, KB265, runs; Titan vertical mechanically restored, just needs paint; Field Brundage; Goold, Shapley & Muir Type H 3HP, 7714, runs, restored, on cart; Galloway 2-1/4 HP `Boss of the Farm`, 29546, restored, on cart; Nelson Bros. Jumbo ca. 1925 restored, on cart; Emerson-Brantingham 3Hp , 52164, restored, on cart; Little
Implements & Items of Interest: Lane Shingle mill rebuilt and restored- cuts shingles; Saw Mill, about 33 feet long- reconditioned- works; IH Stationary Hay Baler, nice – works!; (1) National and (1) Star Floor Model Coffee Grinders – excellent restorations, polished brass, must see to appreciate!; Case Feed Mill; Cord Wood Saw Sears; Hart-Crain-Weider horse sweep ca 1880’s; Drag Saw; McCormick Deering Feed Grinder; Enterprise counter top coffee grinder; 1930-40’s cast aluminum frame trycycle; 74 Cast Iron Tractor seats; Surveyors chain for measuring by the rod; 9 boards of old tools-179 pcs.; Model tractor Collection 60 pcs; Buckets and buckets of old tools; Sack Scale, Platform type 4 weight racks w. weights; Two pallets of good belts - 16 belts; Pallets of Pulleys of all sizes; Luther Pedal tool grinder Excellent w. new stones; 19 antique saws- al kinds, x-cut, buck, etc.; Van Brunt 5 row seeder - original paint; McCormick Deering feed grinder - 8`; DeLaval cream separator; McCormick Deering cream separator- Lovely Orig maroon paint,; Royal Blue Cream Separator; 4 more cream separators, very nice, COOP, others; 8 maytag washers some w. rinse tubs; Speed Queen rectangle rinse tubs-1930’s?; Excellent horse drawn 3 tine cultivator; 3 other Horse drawn implements; 40+ branding irons; John Deere Potato Seeder - 2 row-1940’s; Rex Cement Mixer; Tire Tread Exhibit from 20’s or 30’s Really neat 4 types of tread on one tire.
1964 Cadillac, runs, needs engine work
1989 Chevy S-10
GLASSWARE: 12” diameter dish; sold by dealer as cut by “Hoare. The Hobstars in band in the elliptical are 16 point, separated by triangles of silver diamond and cane, the center Hobstar 16 points; surrounded by triangles of silver diamond. Very sharp cut, and the blank is clearest white and wood polished, very similar to Nelson Paris design.; Punch Bowl; Pitkin & Brooks #33 pattern 2 pc punch bowl tulip shape; beautiful; Relish tray; oblong cut glass 13” x 2”; Orange bowl- compote, with pedestal base; Bowl, 14” W x 7” H, lovely bowl; Dish; Chrysanthemum 8” x 12” x 2 ½” Hawkes not signed (condition fine); Hawkes Extra Fine Chrysanthemum 10” x 5 ½” deep squared (owner states it was formerly owned by Rita Klyce picture in Boggs book?); Dish “Ducal” ABGC Straus catalog pg 27; Venice by J. Hoare 9” x 4” dish; Low Bowl “Sunburst” Unger Bros 8” x 1 -1/2” extra fine; Bowl “Sunburst” Unger Bros 8 ¼” x 3” deep, extra fine; Low Bowl; Libby signed, marked “Kingston” 1895-1906 extra fine; 9” x 2” Boggess AM Brilliant Cut Glass ILL- 92-B; Cream & Sugar; Dish cut glass 7”; Dish cut glass 6”; Dish cut glass 7 ½”; Nut Bowl, cut glass 4” x 5 ½”; Nappy cut glass dish 7” x ½”; Pitkin & Brooks “Winona” Pearson pg-174 8” x 3 ½” extra fine; “Pluto” signed in circle J. Hoare Co 1853, 7” x 2” turned in rim, extra fine; Dish signed Libby Pattern ?? fine, 1 tooth repaired-polished; Berry Bowl, cut glass, 7” x 3”; Dish, cut glass 7 ½”; Bowl, Eggenton “Gernoa” see pg 16 of catalog, fine 1 small flake on inside tooth 8” x 3 ½”; Compote or Comport, 4 compartment 8” x 7” tall, great blank, extra fine; Compote cut glass 6”w x 7” h; Nappy or nut dish 6”; Decanter 8” cut glass; “Saxonia” 9” x 2 ¾” dish, Empire pg 11 of ACGA reprint catalog, fine, some teeth may have been polished; Berry Bowl; Relish tray, Eggenton “Lotus”; Plate 7” cut glass; Decanter, bulbous cut glass 7 ½”; Tuthill pattern?? 12” x 6 x 3; Dresser Pin Tray, Russian cut 11” x 6 ½”; Ice Cream Tray, pattern? 14” x 7 ½”; Low Bowl cut glass, 10”; “Garland” Pitkin & Brooks extra fine 7” x 1 ¾”; Water Pitcher; Bowl, footed Hawkes “Palerme” 6” x 3 ½”; Pattern same as jelly comport “Geometric Conception?”; Bowl, Signed Taylor Bro center, “Palm” 10” x 8” x 3 ¼” extra fine; “Phillipsburg” empire glass co pg 124 fig 5433 in ABCG, some scuffing on bottom, fleabites inside; Berry Bowl, 9 ½” x 4”; Covered Jar cut glass 4” x 4”; Water Pitcher, cut glass 8” tall 6” base; Cream & Sugar cut glass; Compote 9 ½” x 6”; Vase, fan style cut glass, repaired tooth, a chip; Low bowl 8”; Plate 7”; Nappies, a pair 6”; Low Bowl 8”; Cream & Sugar footed; Low Bowl Russian cut; Bon Bon cut glass dish with handle; Nappy cut glass; Nappy 6”; Nappy 6”; 6-Salt dishes assorted pattern (4 match); Salt & Pepper shakers, pinwheel; Decanter Parisian cutter Dorflinger, sm chip on top; Dish 9”; Nappy & Ice Cream Plate, pattern “Portland” Hawkes cutter; Bowl deep 8”x 3 ½” “Venetian” Hawkes; Dish “Portland” signed Hawkes inside center; Water Pitcher, Fern Pattern, (beautiful); Nappy, 5” Pattern “Mars” signed Hawkes; Dish, Libby signed center, minor edge roughness; Berry Bowl, signed center (can not make the name) 8” x 3 ½”; Decanter, 6” at base 8” tall slight chip on outside rim; Decanter, without stopper, 6” base 9” Tall; Water Pitcher, 4 ½” x 8”; Rose Bowl 6” wide x 5” tall.
FURNITURE: Curio cabinet, curved glass front; Curio cabinet flat front; 6’ oak showcase; Oak Morris chair with foot rest; Parlor settee, walnut original wood, “Lincoln Drape” carving fancy tops with burl walnut accents, re upholstered, very nice Ca. 1870-90’s; 3 Parlor chairs that go with the settee; Eastlake walnut parlor table; Walnut Hall Tree; Walnut Pier Mirror ornate pediment and incised carving 78-1/2” x 29”; Eastlake headboard and footboard with rails, with spoon carving, pin and scallop; Eastlake 3 drawer dresser with mirror, pin and scallop; Eastlake washstand, 3 drawers, 1 door, back splash with fan style top, pin and scallop; Eastlake marble top parlor table (has crack on top); Oak trim “recamier”, rust button and tuck upholstered, with drop down arms.; 3 Tier plant stand, pie crust rim.
ARTWORK: Roger D. Bradley “Majestic Canyon” oil, this is a very large painting that is just beautiful; “Ride The High Country” Artist Proof by Michael Bagelski; “Buffalo Hunters” 225/1000 by Gary Fellows; “Meat for the Tribes” Buffaloes, copy by Russell; “Even Money” 22/850 by Hayden Lambson; “Aux aliments Du Pays” 32/850 by Gary Carter CAA; “Where Freedom Reigns” Earth Day Series Limited Edition by Derk (pitcure of two wolves); Roger D. Bradley “Burgundy Wine” 30” x 40” (roses); Roger D. Bradley “Pink Ruffles” 24” x30” (pink iris); Roger D. Bradley “Delicate Lace” 11” x 14” (purple iris); Roger D. Bradley “Cherry Smoke” 12” x 16” (dark purple iris); Roger D. Bradley “Tres Elegante” 15” x 15” (ruffled light iris); Roger D. Bradley “The Glory of Light” 24” x 30” (yellow roses); Roger D. Bradley “Santa Fe Summer” 20” x 24”; Roger D. Bradley “Cloudscape-Morning Light” 20” x 30”; Roger D. Bradley “Sawtooth Splendor” 12” x 48”; Roger D. Bradley “ Beside the Stream” (original to a print series); Roger D. Bradley “Morning Light” (waterfall and rocks); Roger D. Bradley picture of a waterfall & foam; Roger D. Bradley “Taos Afternoon” 24” x 36”; Roger D. Bradley “Mountain Memories” 20” x 24”; Roger D. Bradley “Aspen Grove” 18” x 24”; Roger D. Bradley “Colorado Spring” 22” x 28”.
TURQUOISE JEWELRY: Squash Blossom Necklace; double strand round bead links, graduating to a single strand with 4 clusters on each side, each cluster contains 7 stones; naja is made up of 7 stones. Very heavy; Squash Blossom Necklace; with 5 blossoms on each side each with an inset stones with ornate work encasing the stone, with a double strand of round bead links graduating to a single strand. The naja has 5 stones; Squash Blossom Necklace; 10 blossoms on each side with double strand round bead chain then to a single strand. The naja has 11 stones; Squash Blossom Necklace: 5 blossoms with stones on each side with double strand round bead chain, then to a single strand with a 7 stone naja; Squash Blossom Necklace; 5 blossoms with stones on each side with double strand round bead chain then to a single strand with a 5 stone naja; Squash Blossom Necklace; signed Eliott Bugal, 5 blossoms with stones on each side with a leaf or feather design, 5 stone naja with 3 tier drop stones, double strand round chain graduating to single strand; Squash Blossom Necklace; signed RW, 6 blossoms with stones on each side, very decorative metal work incasing each stone, naja has 5 stones, double strand round bead chain graduating to single strand; Squash Blossom Necklace; 5 blossoms with stones on each side, naja with 5 stones, double strand round bead graduating to single strand chain; Squash Blossom Necklace; 6 blossoms with stone insets on each side with almost a full crescent shape on each, with a double strand round bead links graduating to a single strand. 8 stone naja.; Squash Blossom Necklace; 5 blossoms on each side with stones incased with a leaf and or feather pattern, double round bead strand graduating to a single strand chain. Naja has same pattern with 7 stones; Squash Blossom Necklace; each side has 5 clusters with a series of 5 stones in each blossom. Double strand round beads graduating to a single strand chain. The naja has 10 stones; Dainty petit-point lacy tier necklace, (Navajo pawn?) tapered with 15 tiers, each tier has 7 stones, chain is made of links; Signed J.M.B. belt with a petit-point blossom cluster with 16 clusters; Turquoise stone cluster cuff bracelet, (not adjustable, large in size, to large for 7-1/2 in diameter wrist); Leather strap-belt, with 7 rectangle clusters w/ turquoise stones, (clusters can slide on or off, small in size); Cuff bracelet, sterling with 5 stones, very ornate. Signed with initials- AL; Leather belt, Concho style with a stone on each Concho, a total of 9; Cuff bracelet, oblong inset stone; Cuff bracelet inset with 5 stones. Signed H J; Cuff bracelet with a decorative design, inset with 5 coral stones Signed P. Benally ? sterling; Cuff bracelet with inset of 4 stones, sterling; Cuff bracelet Elec plate, turquoise/white stone; Watch cuff Elec plate, turquoise/white stone; Cluster turquoise ring; Watch cuff bracelet with turquoise stones, ornate- (large in size); Turquoise pin Signed “Jenny Cree”; Watch cuff bracelet, ornate with large leaf pattern, turquoise and coral stone; Petit-point Pin; Petit-point large drop necklace with link chain; Necklace, 2 joints panels on each side, with 6 coral stones in each joint panel, teardrop droplet, with 9 stones; Bracelet with 5 inset coral stones; Watch band ornate, with coral inset stone engraved with the letters “WL”; Dainty necklace with 6 turquoise stones Signed “D D”; Bracelet with large oval stone, with leaf pattern on sides (large in size, not sure if you could adjust it to size) Sterling marked “B”; Bracelet in an unusual stylish curved design, inset with coral and turquoise, marked with the letters “WH or HM”; Petit-point necklace; A/O Seowtewa , Zuni, (chain as is); Cuff bracelet, inset with turquoise stone marked “J.S.” sterling; Bracelet, gold elec plate with turquoise /white stone; Watch cuff; very, very ornate large in size, (could have been a competition pc); Belt Buckle, ornate Signed “KDG” sterling; Necklace; with 5 stone droplet with leaf design, Signed “L Lons” ? sterling, chain-links; Necklace with 5 stone droplet, Signed “RS”, sterling. Very unusual pc; Watch tip, Signed “DBM”; Bracelet; Inlaid, Zuni Signed “pws” The p marking is higher above what looks like a “w” but not, more like a stretched out “w” with three bottoms with an “s” below the last point of the “w”.; Belt buckle, oval design with horse head, sterling marked “HB”; Ring; oblong in shape, inlaid turquoise, Signed Dickie & Amy Quandelacy; Ring; Green stone, leaf over stone, decorative design, sterling Signed “BH”; Ring; inlaid turquoise Signed with “pws” The P marking is higher above what looks like a “w” but not, more like a stretched out “w” with three bottoms with an “s” below the last point of the “w”.; Ring; turquoise stone, Signed “WM or “MW”; Ring; pawn ring with turquoise and coral stone; Belt buckle, large “B” signed “St. Paul”; Cuff bracelet, Zuni inlaid “Touchine?”; Bracelet and Ring Set, inset with coral and turquoise stone with leaf and or feather design; Pendant only, large turquoise green stone, with a side leaf, sterling; Earrings; Turquoise droplet bar, sterling; Earrings; petit-point droplet style, sterling; Earrings; turquoise, marked “JPG” with the (p) higher above the J and G; Earrings; Coral and turquoise, marked “S” sterling; Ring; 3 Diamonds, center diamond larger that the two outside diamonds ; Necklace; Angel Skin Coral, 2 strands; Necklace; 3 droplet turquoise stone, round bead chain, Signed “C. Drapper” sterling. Unusual in design.; 17th century Persian turquoise? Bracelets, 3 total, (some stones missing) can not verify the century; Necklace; 3 stone light turquoise, double round bead chain graduating to single strand, signed what looks to be a “TB”; Cuff bracelet 3 stone light turquoise (large); Turquoise chunky necklace; with handmade graduating in size silver beads; Necklace; 5 blossoms inset shadowbox style with coral, double strand bead link graduating to a single strand link. Naja has 5 stones; Bracelet; petit-point coral; Bracelet; 1920 (pawn?); Hair combs, a pair with pawn ticket; Necklace; assorted size turquoise with round silver beads.
BIT & SPUR COLLECTION
1 spade Bit, silver inlaid Santa Barbara cheeks, high spoon marked Les Vogt Pro Equine, #01944-4 never used marked Les Vogt Pro Equine #01944-4-never used; 1 Silver Inlaid Spade Bit- marked 526-0121 Moorish Crescent shanks, with heart overlays, engraved high spoon, (could be Vogt?); 1-Spade Bit, B.R. Nelms, silver inlaid double reversed crescent cheeks, high spoon; 1- Silver mounted S shank low curb-1940’s; 1 Straight shank half-breed marked A.R.R Maker- 1925 (prison made); 1- Crockett-Renalde low spade, marked ST too; Stainless spade, low spoon, missing slobber bar, marked R in A horseshoe (could be Renalde?); 1- Stainless spade, medium spoon full copper mouthpiece good user; 1- 1874 U.S. Cavalry shoemaker low port, absolutely original; 1- F. Wilstock and Co. #3 U.S. Cavalry bit ca. 1865-67 w.US Mounts; 1- Quick low port copper covered, stainless steel, good user, very well balanced; 1- Old Crockett Steel and leather hackamore bit, missing slobber bar; 1 pair North and Judd `Hercules Bronze` Buffalo Head mounts, both spurs have anchor stamp, with straps (one strap torn) ; 1 pair- Silver Overlaid spurs, with tooled straps, jingle bobs and humane rowels, GOOD users; 1- Pair August Buermann long shank Cavalry spurs marked A.B. and US.; 1- Globe style Chileno ring bit, missing chains; 1- Old Chileno ring bit, missing chains 4` mouthpiece; 1- Old Silver overlay high port half-breed, missing one Concho with ball style rein chains; 1- Mexican `Snake` design hi port roller bit OLD see Overton’s `Cowboy bits and Spurs` ; 1 Pair drop shank CA. style user spurs, good harness leather straps ; 1 Pair brass Chihuahua style spurs; 2- Similar Buermann style grazer bits one is missing the roller 1920’s; 1- English driving bit, overcheck style; 1- Single spur, silver mounted, marked but cannot read; 1- Single spur; 1- Single spur; 1- English driving bit, marked Oscar, H.G. Eason.
CLOCKS: “Correct Time” School type clock, works marked M.B. with a #p18, unknown if it works. ( Round Oak Frame); Ornate Brass clock, of German manufacture, purchased in 1989; Black Marble Mantel Clock, with domed top, the round dial flanked by six gold colored columns and incised gold leaf filigree decoration, and a cast frieze. Mounted with an Ansonia clockworks; Waterbury cast gilded white metal and china 3-pc Garniture set, the clock standing 15” tall, the 4-light candelabras standing 14”; Ansonia Royal Bonn china case clock predominately in an olive green color well done floral sprays and the top is nicely pierced; Ansonia China case clock, the case surrounded by turquoise rococo decoration, the front with puttis and courting couples in 4 medallions and the side having floral applied decoration. The clockwork face is cast brass or bronze with included French style medallions with Arabic numerals. Is signed on the back. (clock has sm hairline crack at base); 3-pc Garniture set, in the style of Moreau, signed “Automme” Cast, green marble clock and 2 matching candelabras, the clock is 32” in height, the candelabras standing 28” in height. The clock is of typical French Manufacture, running 8 days and striking the on the hours and the halves. Ca 1890-1920; German Wag-onWall clock. The 30hr.chain wind clockworks having the tandem movement arrangement; the time mechanism in front of the strike mechanism. Made in
Coffee Mill, Elgin National, standing floor style; Coffee Mill, Star Mill Philadelphia, standing floor style; Coffee Mill , counter top style (in shop); Penny arcade Scale, cream & green in color (in shop); Lard Press (in shop); Platform scale (in shop); Old School Bell (shop area); Cross cut saws; Collection of Branding Irons; Collection of old wood handle tools and wrenches (mounted on panels for display); Tall cast iron standing Eagle with the word “CASE” on base; Collection of Cream separators; Cream cans; Collection of old Barb-wire (mounted on panels); Old Floor Jacks; Pair of round pictures, Victorian with picture of woman and horse; Victorian Print signed V-de Pafledes.
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