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WOOSTER NORTH END DEVELOPMENT and AGRICULTURAL LAND ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Oct 15 @ 5:30PM EDT (Start)
94.5 ACRES – WOOSTER NORTH END – 5 PARCELS –  GREAT AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY- ENDLESS DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
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WOOSTER NORTH END

DEVELOPMENT and AGRICULTURAL LAND ABSOLUTE AUCTION

Tuesday October 15th 5:30 PM

94.5 ACRES – WOOSTER NORTH END – 5 PARCELS –

 GREAT AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY- ENDLESS DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL

Property will be sold on location on Hoffman Road between Smithville Western and Schellin Roads just off of State Route 3.  Watch for RES signs.

REAL ESTATE: Very few communities have experienced the growth that Wooster has and as you look at future expansion, we have a property that is in natural progression.  94.5 Acres of nearly all open and tillable land with frontage on Smithville Western, Hoffman, and Schellin roads at Wooster’s north end.  Close access to city utilities, natural gas along the property and this location allow for an investment with unlimited upside potential.  Several great housing developments surround this property and the proximity to the “North End” amenities insure the soundness of this opportunity.  From a farming aspect, this property has been organically farmed for many years allowing the next purchaser to continue that tradition if desired.   The lay of the land is very ideal with good drainage.  Regardless of your operations strategy the ease of access and the high percentage of tillable land make this a great long-term opportunity.  As you picture Wooster in 5-10 years, it is intriguing to dream of the possibilities this property presents.  The property will be offered in 5 parcels and also in its entirety and will sell to the highest bidder with No Minimums or Reserves.  Pickup a flyer at the info box on the property and walk the land at your leisure.

Parcel 1: 24.4 Acres with frontage on Schellin Road.

Parcel 2: 63.1 Acres of mostly open land with frontage on Hoffman and Smithville Western Roads.

Parcel 3: 3.3 Acre building lot on Smithville Western Road.

Parcel 4: 2 Acre building lot on Smithville Western Road.

Parcel 5: 2 Acre building lot on Smithville Western Road.

TAXES: Property is known as Wayne County parcel #53-01805.000, 53-00806.000 and 53- 02614.000, Wayne Township, Wooster Local Schools.  Taxes are $2,671.12 per year based on CAUV and will be prorated to the day of closing.  Any CAUV recoupment will be at buyers expense.

TERMS: The successful purchaser(s) will be required a 10% non-refundable down payment at the auction with the balance due at closing within 45 days.  A 5% buyer’s premium will be added to the final bid to determine the purchaser price.  Buyer packets are available upon request.  Additional details are available at www.RES.bid.

Auction by order of McIlvaine Land Co. LLC

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                                   Seth Andrews, Broker       

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John Ertl, HER Realtors

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AWESOME SECLUDED LOG CABIN AND ACREAGE AUCTION
Oct 16 @ 5:30PM EDT (Start)
Secluded Log Home – Stocked Pond – Outbuildings – 37.5 Acres – Mature Timber – Unbelievable Character
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AWESOME SECLUDED LOG CABIN AND ACREAGE AUCTION

Wednesday October 16th 5:30 PM

Secluded Log Home – Stocked Pond – Outbuildings – 37.5 Acres – Mature Timber – Unbelievable Character

Auction held on location at 5441 County Road 52, Big Prairie.  From State Route 39 in Nashville take Co. Rd. 52 south to property.  Watch for RES signs.

REAL ESTATE: Throughout the week we find ourselves caught in our busy lifestyles and dream of a property to unwind and possibly even leave the grid.  Did you know that property is closer than you think, and you have probably driven by it not knowing what was at the end of that meandering driveway?  Today, I present the opportunity to explore just that property.  Located just a few miles south of Nashville on a nearly hidden driveway, this property offers seclusion at it’s finest with a long list of amenities.  Once back the long driveway the property opens to the log home, outbuildings, and stocked pond.  The home offers a walkout basement with laundry room, full bath, living room with wood burner, and a bedroom.  As you walk up the stairs to the main level, the welcome peaceful feeling of home will make you forget about the rest of the world.  Spend the rainy days in the living room, the snowy days in the great room with wood burning stove, or sunny days on the wrap around porch, either way, your view of the pond and wildlife have the ability to put you in a peaceful trance.  The main level features the kitchen, dining room, great room, full bath, and the master suite with a private deck and walk in closet and full bath.  A loft offers the ability for a 3rd bedroom or additional living space.  As great as the home is, once outside you will find what truly makes this property one of a kind.  A large spring fed pond is home to a tranquil setting and afternoons casting for a variety of fish.  37.5 acres of unmatched character roll through these hills with creeks, awesome rock formations, quality mature hardwoods, and abundant wildlife.  Add on a 32’x48’ two-story outbuilding with cement floors and electric and you have found what very few properties can offer.  The pride and care this property has had gives the new owner the opportunity to move right in and add their personal touch.  No details have been overlooked and the surface water management will serve several generations.  From the first few feet to the last few acres this property allows you to seek unparalleled country solstice.  Come see for yourself what makes this the opportunity of a lifetime.

OPEN HOUSES: The property will be open for inspection on Saturday September 28th from 2-3 and Monday September 30th from 5-6 PM.  Private showings are available through Co-Listing agent Tiffany Galehouse 330-641-2187.

TAXES: Property is located in Holmes County, Knox Township, West Holmes Schools.  Legal parcel #11-00332-001, annual taxes are $3,903,84 and will be prorated through the day of closing.  All mineral rights transfer subject to any leases of record.

TERMS: The successful purchaser will be required a 10% non-refundable down payment at the auction with the balance due at closing within 45 days.  A 10% buyer’s premium will be added to the final bid to determine the final purchase price.  All desired inspections need to be completed prior to bidding.  Call today to find out how you can use your present property to buy this one.  Additional details are available at www.RES.bid

NOTE: Karen has decided to downsize and offer this truly awesome opportunity at public auction.  Be sure to put this property at the top of your list as very few have this much to offer.  Hunting rights will be given to the successful purchaser with their down payment. 

Auction by order of Karen J. Felty

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Andy White 419-651-2152 – Joseph Mast                            Tiffany Galehouse -CoListing Agent

Seth Andrews, Broker                                                 330-641-2187

Absolute Auction of Augsburger Acres, LLC
Oct 18 @ 5:30PM EDT (Start)
37 Acres - Home - Springs - Pond - Woods - Gas Well In Crawford Township, Coshocton Co. 
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Absolute Auction of Augsburger Acres, LLC

 

37 Acres - Home – Spring - Pond – Woods- Gas Well

In Crawford Township, Coshocton Co. 

 

Selling on location at 32035 State Route 643 Fresno, OH 43824.

From New Bedford, Ohio, take State Route 643 southwest.  Property will be on left hand side.  Watch for RES signs.

 

Friday, October 18, 2019

5:30 PM  

32035 State Route 643 Fresno, OH 43824

 

Real Estate:  Here is your chance to own a 2506 square foot home on 37 acres of wooded land.  Your very own oasis!  The home is a 4-bedroom, 3 bath, frame home with a walk out basement.  It features an open floor plan with a wonderful deck overlooking the woods where you can sit and enjoy all nature has to offer, from season to season.  The lower level is fully finished with a cherry cabinet kitchen, dining area, living area, bedroom, bath, a wood stove, and double doors with a beautiful view of the backyard and woods.  The exterior is vinyl siding and asphalt shingles.

 

This wonderful property is wooded with a spring fed pond situated at the south end of the property.  The woods are a mix of hardwoods with significant timber value. There is a road from the home to the pond.  The open area adjacent the pond is a picnic area, with a bit of work can be brought back to its original beauty.    

 

The property has several springs that are developed and in use by the house and the neighbors. There are easements in place for maintenance of the cisterns and water lines. 

 

Don’t miss your opportunity to own this amazing property, selling at absolute auction on October 18th at 5:30PM!

 

OPEN HOUSE:  Home will be open for inspection, September 30, 4-6 PM.  Walk the land at your pleasure.  Call Jon Mast @ 330-763-3883 or go to our website for complete details and pictures at www.RES.bid.

 

Real Estate Terms:  We require a non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price at the close of the auction with the balance due in full at closing within 45 days.

There is a 10% Buyer’s Premium in effect for this auction. 10 % of the final bid will be added to the final bid to determine the contract price. Possession given at closing.

 

TITLE:  The sellers will provide a Warranty Deed and marketable title to the property and will offer to split the fee for an Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance.

 

TAXES/LEGAL:  Parcel #0080000000400 consisting of 37 Ac. The taxes are currently $2189.76 per half year and will be pro-rated to the date of closing on that basis.  The property has no frontage but does have easement access over the neighbor’s property.

 

MINERAL RIGHTS:  There is an operating natural gas well on the property currently holding the lease.

All mineral rights owned by the seller will transfer to the new owner subject to any current leases of record.

 

Auction by order of:  Augsburger Acres, LLC

 

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Andy White 419-651-2152 -  Joseph Mast, Auctioneer

 

SETH ANDREWS, BROKER        JON MAST, AUCTION MGR  330-763-3883

                                                                                                                                                                     

 

             

 

 

 

 

Chattels 9 am ~ Real Estate 11 am
Fresno Real Estate and Chattel Auction
Oct 19 @ 9:00AM EDT (Start)
5 Acres - 1 Property -  Beautiful Countryside Home with Outbuilding
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Fresno Real Estate and Chattel Auction

5 Acres - 1 Property -  Beautiful Countryside Home with Outbuilding

24901 State Route 93, Fresno, OH

Saturday, October 19 

9 am Chattels ~ 11 am Real Estate

 

Property will sell on location at 24901 SR 93 Fresno, OH 43824. Directions: From SR 36 take SR 93 north to property watch for RES signs.


Real Estate: Consisting of two parcels selling as one. As per the Coshocton County Auditor,
042.00000142.00 totaling 3.760 acres and 04200000460-01 parcel totaling 1.219 acres of land that fronts on SR 93. These add up to 5 acres of beautiful rolling acres with a heated garage and small barn. The main house is a 3 BR 2 BA home w/ an attached garage and gorgeous views all around. The home is move in ready and awaiting a new owner. There is a nice garage/workshop building on the property that has a heater and a loft area up that can be used for storage. The barn is a 24x40 building and there are two chicken coops as well. Pasture fencing is in place.

Open House:  Tuesday, October 15 • 4-6 PM.  Other showings available by contacting Cristi Olinger, Co-listing agent with HER Realtors 740-202-0150 or David Angelo 304-677-1233.
 

Terms: We require a non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price at the close of the auction with the balance due at closing within 45 days. Possession will be 30 days after closing.
 

Tax & Title: The seller will provide a Warranty Deed and Certificate of Title. Taxes are to be determined and will be prorated to the day of closing. Any CAUV tax recoupment will be a buyer’s responsibility. Mineral Rights owned by seller will transfer subject to any leases of record.
Real Estate is recorded as two parcel numbers. Property will be sold as one parcel.

CHATTELS - SALE STARTING AT 9AM
Troy Built Rototiller - Wood working equipment - JD Mower – Households - Misc.

Misc. tools and saws for woodworking. Planer, Band saw, Radial arm saw, 10’ step ladder. Garage in a box with new tarp. Drill press, table-saw, bench grinder, craftsman tool box, air compressor, rototiller, cordless drills, wheel barrows, chop-saw, aluminum extension ladder, pressure washer, navy ammo boxes, jack stands, roto-zip saw, wooden office desk, metal office desk, roll of metal fence, picnic tables.

Households: Collection of glass peanut jars, cracker jars, gas oven, Maytag washer, Maytag dryer, 65” color TV, Indian glass cigar jars, cedar chests, canning supplies,some antique furniture, dining room table, mantle clock, GE refrigerator, Crosley upright freezer.

Remington 870 12 gauge shotgun; Ruger 22 LR rifle.

Chattel terms: Cash, Check, Credit Card-5% Buyer’s Premium waived for cash or check

Auction By Order of Owners: Cheryl Hampton

 

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Auction Conducted by David Angelo 304-677-1233

Seth Andrews, Broker

In Cooperation with Christi Olinger HER Realtors 740-202-0150

Huge Surplus Auction
Oct 19 @ 9:00AM EDT (Start)
10-12 semi loads
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Huge Surplus Auction

10-12 semi loads

Items to be sold at

789 Industrial Blvd, Wooster, OH 44691

Saturday October 19th,  9:00 AM

  Tools-Small Appliances-Toys-Lawn & Garden- wholesale lots, etc.

 LOCATION 789 Industrial Blvd Wooster, OH 44691

From US 30 Eastbound exit at old Lincoln Way turn left then right on Bauer Rd (by Waste Management) left on Industrial and follow signs, from Dalton Route 30 West exit at 83S toward US 250E take ramp toward US 30 E to Right Lincoln Way to Right on Bauer Rd and left on Industrial

No guarantees of what will be there but typically there are:

Lawn & Garden:  mowers, generators, chainsaws, trimmers, pressure washers, blowers, hose reels, lawn vac, tiller, edgers, thatchers, other outdoor power equipment. This is a general list can give or take away from this list, but there will be a good selection.

 

Tools: some tool sets, Dewalt, Husky, Craftman, Ridgid, Milwaukee, and other brands as well, , and air cleaners, Sawzall, Circular Saw,  and Air Tools ,  Grinders, Impact Wrenches, air compressors,  Stackable Tool Chests, truck tool boxes,  Numerous name brand Hand Tools,  Floor Jack, Storage Shelves, gas and electric heaters. 

 

Small Appliances,etcA wide variety of appliances including Coffee Makers, Toasters, and Blenders.  There will also be a few Dehumidifiers, Air Conditioners, printers, mini fridges, sewing machines,  mixers, air purifiers, fans, Deep fryers, Microwaves, Vacuums, fans, lights, sinks fire pits, BBQ Grills, and Smokers, AC’s, TV’s. 

 

Furniture-Bikes-Toys-Office:  Bicycles, a good selection of children’s toys/electronic games, etc, patio furniture, Office Chairs office furniture, plastic totes.

 

Attention Wholesalers:  There is a lot of volume here as always and opportunity to buy large lots of merchandise.

 

Terms: Cash, or Visa MC Discover Credit/Debit Card, There will be a 5% Buyers Premium applied to all purchases.  We will not be accepting checks.

Note:  Pretty typical lineup if you’ve been to previous sales.   The items are mostly new surplus, scratch and dents or returned items from Target, Amazon, Lowe’s and others.   This is a partial list.  We are bringing items in by the semi load so there are bound to be some unadvertised specials and some things on the list that don’t show up.  Everything is on a one way ticket and sold as-is under your own inspection.  There will be something for everyone.  We will be selling in 3-4 rings out of the gate and up to 5 rings at times so bring a couple friends. Load out until 6 pm Saturday or 8-5 on Monday. Lunch stand on site.   It should be a great day, a lot of volume and good volume so bring the box truck and bring a friend or two! Pictures will be added to web sale week. 

Info at:  WWW.RES.BID and www.auctionzip.com

Call Seth Andrews 330-466-5471 with questions

Assisting Auctioneers: John Kline, Bob Graber, Dean Smith, Dan Limber, Cole Limber, Ryan LePage, Bob Graber, Jr Kriegmont,  Apprentice Auctioneer Zach Donley

One Owner 250 GUN and AMMO AUCTION 
Oct 19 @ 10:00AM EDT (Start)
Rifles - Kimber - Winchesters - Colt - Ammo - Scopes 
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One Owner 250 GUN and AMMO AUCTION 

Saturday October 19th – 10 AM 

Auction will be held at the RES Yard and Auction Center, 375 Fry Rd, Wooster.   Just west of Wooster on the corner of US RTE 30 and Fry Road.  Doors open for preview at 7 AM. Online bidding offered. Click here. 

RIFLES: Winchesters: (2) M1 Carbine .30 Carbine semi autos; 70 (pre 64) 30-06 bolt action featherweight; mod 70 .270 WSM bolt action, featherweight;  mod 90 .22short pump, take down, octagon barrel; 62A .22LR pump, take down, round barrel; 61 .22LR pump, take down; 52 .22LR bolt action; 1892 (pre 64) .32 WCF lever action, octagon barrel; 1892 (pre 64) 2520 lever action; 94 AE 3535 lever action; 1894 30-30 lever action, engraved, American Legend; (2) mod 9410 410 lever actions; 1873 .357 Mag lever action; 94AE 45 Colt lever action; 94AE 30-30 lever action, deer tribute; mod 88 .308 lever action; 100 .308 semi auto; mod 69A .22LR bolt action; 57 .22LR bolt action; 68 .22LR bolt action single shot; 47 .22LR bolt action single shot; 64 30-30 lever action; (5) mod 94 30-30 lever actions; (2) 67 .22LR bolt action single shots; (2) 74 .22LR semi autos; XPR .338 Win bolt action; 63 .22LR semi auto; Brownings: BL22 .22LR lever action; SA22 .22LR semi auto; BLR 450 Marlin lever action; BAR 30-06 semi auto, Belgium made; TBolt .22LR AAA Maple stock;  Weatherbys: Mark V .300 Weatherby bolt action, high grade stock and Weatherby scope; Mark V .270 Win bolt action; Vanguard 7mm Mag bolt action;  

Kimbers: 84M .308 bolt action; 8400 Montana .300 Win bolt action, stainless steel; Rugers: 1022 .22 semi auto, Mannlicher stock; (2) 1022 .22LR semi autos; 1022 .22LR stainless steel; 77-44 .44 mag bolt action, with Leupold scope; M77 Hawkeye .308 Win bolt action, Mannlicher stock, stainless; No. 1 .220 Swift single shot, Zeiss scope; No. 1 .22 Hornet single shot, Vortex scope; Springfields: (3) M1 Garand 30-06 semi-autos; (2) M1A .308 bolt actions; (2) M1A .308 semi auto; M1A 6.5 Creedmore semi auto, stainless, national match barrel, arch angle stock;  

Norinco: MAK-90 7.62x39 semi auto; NHM-91 7.62x39 semi auto; (2) SKS 7.62x39 semi autos;  

Colt: (2) Sporter AR15 .223 semi auto, target models; Smith & Wesson: MMP 15 5.56 semi auto, Sport II, Magpul; M&P 15-22 .22LR semi auto; Del-ton: DTI-15 5.56 Semi auto, flattop;  

Shiloh Sharps: 1874 45-70 single shot, octogen barrel; Marlins: (3) 1895 45-70 lever action, stainless, guide gun; 1894 Limited Edition 45 Colt lever action, 1 of 1500, octagonal barrel; 1894 .22Mag lever action; 94 25-20 lever action; 783 .22Mag bolt action, tube fed; XT22 .22LR bolt action, tube fed, stainless; Sako: 30-06 bolt action; Henry: Silver Boy .22LR lever action; Golden Boy .22LR lever action; Remingtons: 700 .338 Win bolt action; 700 22-250 bolt action, HD barrel; 700 .270 Win bolt action; 700 7mm-08 bolt action; 24 .22LR semi auto; 541-T .22LR bolt action, heavy target barrel, BDL stock; 760 GameMaster .257 Roberts pump; (3) Mohawk .22LR semi autos; Nylon 66 .22LR semi auto; 522 Viper .22LR semi auto; 592 M 5mm bolt action; 572 Fieldmaster .22LR pump; 514 .22LR single shot; 34 .22LR bolt action; 550 .22LR semi auto;  

Savage: 110 7mm Mag bolt action; 1905 .22LR single shot bolt action; A17 17HMR semi auto; (2)42 .22LR-410ga over/under; Rossi: 62 .22LR pump, octogen barrel; 62 .22LR pump;  

Keystone: Cricket .22LR single shot; Anschutz: mod 1517 .17HMR bolt action; 1502 17 Mach 2 bolt action; CZ: mod 452-2E .22 Mag bolt action, American; 452-2E 17HMR bolt action, American; mod 457 .17HMR bolt action, American; Enfeild: No. 4 MK1 303 British bolt action;  

GSG: GSG 5 SD .22LR semi auto; GSG 5 .22LR semi auto; Glenfield: 25 .22LR bolt action; Carl Gustafs: 1906 Bolt action; Mossberg: 46A .22LR bolt action, tube fed; Mauser: M48 bolt action, bayonet; 98 .270 bolt action, sporterized action; Mosin Naget: 1943 7.62x54R bolt action, Hex receiver; Ranger: 35 .22LR single shot; High Point: 995 9mm semi auto.  

SHOTGUNS -MUZZLELOADERS: 

Winchesters:  (2) 1897 12ga pumps; mod 25 12ga pump; (2) mod 42 410 pumps; (3) mod 12 20 ga pumps; (3) mod 12 16ga pumps; (4) mod 12 12ga pumps; (3)mod 37 12ga single shots, red letter; (2) mod 37 20ga single shots, red letter; (2) mod 37 16ga red letter; mod 37 410 single shot, red letter; 47 410ga bolt action; 20 410ga single shot; 24 16ga side by side; SX3 12ga semi auto, adjustable comb stock; SX3 20ga semi auto; Super X Model 1 12ga semi auto; 1300 12ga pump; mod 50 12ga semi auto; Win-Lite 12ga semi auto; Remingtons: Wingmaster 870 410ga pump; Remington Wingmaster 870 28ga pump; 870 12ga pump, extended mag; 870 12ga pump, Hastings fully rifled slug barrel; 1100LT 20ga semi auto, 1100 12ga semi auto; 1187 12ga semi auto; 1187 12ga fully rifled slug barrel, scope; Browning: Auto 5 12ga semi auto; Auto 5 12ga semi auto, combo 30” vent rib and 25” standard barrel; Benelli: SBE II 12ga semi auto, 3 ½”; Ithacas: 10ga side by side; (3) 16ga side by sides; 20ga side by side; (2) mod 37 12ga pumps; (2) 37 16ga pump; Lefever: Nitro Special 12ga side by side; Nitro Special 16ga side by side;  

Mossberg: 500 410ga pump, home defense; 500 12ga pump, pistol grip; mod 510 410ga pump youth shotgun; Parker Bros.: 20 ga side by side; 12ga side by side, exposed hammers;  

Perazzi NX2000 12 ga. Single shot, Trap, adjustable comb/butt plate; Kolar 12 ga combo, 30” single shot and 30” over/under barrels; LC Smith: Ideal Grade E 16ga side by side;  

LSSSTANL-KRUPP: Nitro 16ga side by side; CZ-Huglu: Sharp Tail 410ga side by side; DavenPort: Colonial 12ga single shot; Richarme: 16ga side by side; American Arms: York-12 12ga side by side; Stoeger: Uplander 410ga side by side; Iver Johnson: (2) 20ga single shots; 410ga single shot; Meriden: 12ga side by side; Stevens: 59A 410ga bolt action; 311 410ga side by side; (2) 410ga single shots; (3) 94 20ga single shots; (2) 94 12ga single shots; Nitro Special 12ga single shot; Webley: mod 3 410ga bolt action single shot; Western Field: mod 10 16ga single shot;  

White Powder Wonder: 16ga single shot; Forehand: 99 12ga side by side, exposed hammers, Damascus; Janssen Sons: 12ga side by side; Hopkins Allen: 12ga side by side, exposed hammers; Plymouth: 12ga side by side; Hunter Arms: Fulton 16ga side by side; G&F Spiukee: 12ga side by side muzzleloader: Richards: 12ga side by side muzzleloader; Thompson Center: Encore 12ga single shot, camo, turkey barrel; Encore 50cal. Muzzleloader; Strike 50cal muzzleloader; CVA Hunter 450 Bushmaster single shot; Knight LK-II 50cal muzzleloader; Traditions Tracker 209 50cal muzzleloader. 

AIR RIFLES: Gameo BoneCollector, Big Cat, and Socom Carbine .177 air rifles; Stoeger .177 air rifle; Daisy and Marksman air pistols.  

HAND GUNS: Smith and Wessons: 500 revolver stainless; 629 .44 Mag revolver, stainless; 686 .357 Mag revolver, stainless; Governor 45-410 revolver; 915 9mm semi auto; 910 9mm semi auto; 909 9mm semi auto; SW9F 9mm semi auto; Sig Sauers: P226 9mm semi auto, German made; P228 9mm semi auto, German made; Springfield: XDS-45 .45ACP semi auto; Browning: Hi Power 9mm semi auto; BDM 9mm semi auto; Taurus: 66 .357 Mag revolver, stainless; Glock: 17 9mm semi auto; 19 9mm semi auto; Beretta: 92FS 9mm semi auto; FIF (2) TEX .22 LR revolvers.  

SCOPES: (8) Leupold scopes various sizes; Zeiss Terra 4-12. 

AMMO: Over 14,000 rounds of ammo: 9mm; .38; .500; .357; .44; .300 Win Mag; .300 Weatherby Mag; 30-06; 7mm; .30 Carbine; .260 Rem; .270; 45-70; 30-30; 12/16/410 slugs; 7.62; 2000 rounds of 17 Mach 2; and more.  

AUCTION NOTE: This is a really good, well cared for one owner gun collection and we have the large majority of the original boxes.  You will appreciate the care and quality.   Doors open for preview at 7 AM.   Online bidding and a complete gun catalog with details and pictures is available at www.RES.bid.   

 

 

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Auction Cancelled - Sale Pending
WESTWOOD MARKET REAL ESTATE & EQUIPMENT AUCTION
Oct 30 @ 10:00AM EDT (Start)
9500 Sq. Ft. Block Building -  1.8 Acres -  Wooster Twp.  *  Wayne County
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WESTWOOD MARKET

REAL ESTATE & EQUIPMENT AUCTION

9500 Sq. Ft. Block Building -  1.8 Acres -  Sewer

Wooster Twp.  *  Wayne County

 

Will sell on location 1679 Old Columbus Rd. Wooster, OH.  From SR 3 S. half mile SW of Wooster take Columbus Ave. Ext. (CR 179) south 4/10ths mi. to Old Columbus Rd. then SW (right )3/10 mi. to the market at the intersection of Batdorf Rd.

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, 2019

10:00 AM  (REAL ESTATE SELLS FIRST)

(EQUIPMENT TO FOLLOW – APPROX. 10:30 AM)

 

REAL ESTATE:  The Momchilov family purchased this building and opened Westwood Market in 1963.  The grocery store has been operated by the Momchilov family since that date.  The building was built in 1963 and remodeled in 1994.  It has 9500 + sq ft. of area, is serviced by city sewer, and AEP elec.  Water is provided by a drilled well on the property.  The parking lot is paved and building entry is at street level.  The facility has a great location and a very adaptable footprint.  Please take the time to investigate this auction opportunity. 

 

OPEN HOUSE AND INSPECTION:  Open House scheduled for Monday Eve. October 14th from 5 – 7.  Other showings are available by appointment.  Call Seth Andrews @ 330-466-5471 or Steve Andrews @ 330-465-8498.

 

TAX & LEGAL:  Parcel Numbers:  56-00977.000 – 56-00978.000 – 56-01831.000 totaling 1.8457 Acres.  The taxes are currently $ 1,839.97 per half year and will be pro-rated to the date of closing.  The sellers will provide a warranty deed with certificate of title at their expense plus offer to split the fee for an owner’s policy of title insurance.

 

POSSESSION:  Immediate upon closing.

 

TERMS:  We require a non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price at the close of the auction with the balance to be paid in full at closing within 45 days.  There is a 5% buyer’s premium in effect for this auction.   5% of the highest bid will be calculated and added on to determine the contracted selling price.

 

EQUPMENT:  Pro Smoker mod. 300P Elec. smoker w/racks, hangers, etc. SN PS000678; Biro mod. 3334 meat saw (SN 5232); 2 Biro mod. 6642 grinders (SN 11186 & 3247); Ishida mod. UNi3L1 SN (100138280) scale w/label printer; Ishida mod. Astra scale w/label printer SN 1107677 (Both are 30 lb. capacity w/.01 tolerance; Hobart mod. 712 slicer SN 56-032-526; Hobart Steakmaster Federal Cuber/Slicer); Wonderoaster w/rotisserie and warmer; E. Dick stuffer; 3 compartment SS sink (27” x 94”); 2 Compartment SS sink (27” x 39”); Fairbanks Morse platform scale; 2 – Heat Seal wrappers; Berkel mod. 834 VS shaver (AS IS); SS 6’x 30” prep table w/Teflon top; 5” – 8” – 10”  & 12” x 30” meat pans; Black plastic Deli containers; 30” x 36” SS top table; 2’ x 6’ SS table; Rolling Alum. racks; meat luggers; Dixon Zero Turn mower.

 

COOLERS – FREEZERS – REF. DISPLAY CASES:  Walk-In Cooler 8’x10’x8’H; 2 Section - Mr. Winter Walk-In Cooler – Overall dimensions 11’8” x 19’6”  One section is 11’x 12’ (inside) the other is 7’x11’; 6 door walk-In frozen food case; Hussman VGL 8U & 12U meat cases (1986) SN 90721126 &90731099; Hussman DRSV 12U ref. case (SN 2727-0208Hill 8’6” case; 2 – 4 door Hussman frozen food cases 10’ 6” long (1 working 1 needs repair); Master Bilt open top rolling freezer 26”x46”; Master Bilt 6’ ref. case; 3’ x 7 ½’ SS salad wagon (not ref.); Hussman self contained sliding door ref. cabinet 53” x 76”; Hill mod. 5 DDRK-12 open front dairy case SN 269770; tyler Air Skreen open front dairy case BAS 8L   SN LR36336; Hussman 16’ open front cooler (Compressor on roof); Hill 8’ Open Front ref. produce case; Hussman 8” & 12’ open cases (Need Refrigerant); Four greeting card racks w/cards.

 

POINT OF SALE SYSTEM:  Two Complete Borroughs Corp. mod 60P check-out stations w/conveyors, scale/scanners, Fujitsu mod. 2000 cash registers, monitors, All selling as one package (11 - 1999);  Separate check-out station w/conveyor.

 

SHELVING & CARTS:  4 Rows of adjustable shelving Row 1 (12 – 4’ + 1 – 3’); Row 2 (13 - 4’ + 1 – 3’); Row 3 (14 – 4’ + 1 – 3’); Row 4 (14 – 4’ + 2 – 3’).  All of this is double sided and is all matching; 8 – 4’ sections w/pegboard back; 5 – 4’ sections of soft drink shelving; 3’ Little Debbie display; Wooden 5 shelf dbl. sided wine display (3’x4’x7’ w/shake roof); Approx. 20 grocery carts.

 

 

 

Auction By Order Of

MARK MOMCHILOV, PRESIDENT

WESTWOOD MARKET LLC, OWNER

Auction Conducted By:

 

SETH ANDREWS BROKER  -  JON MAST AUCTION MGR.

330-466-5471                              330-763-3883

 

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ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Nov 5 @ 5:00PM EST (Start)
2-4 BR-1BA Country Home
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ABSOLUTE AUCTION

4720 SR 60 KILLBUCK, OH 44637

2-4 BR-1BA Country Home

 

Will sell on location 4720 SR 60 Killbuck, OH. From Millersburg take SR 39 West to SR 60 at Finney’s Station then south 2 miles.  Make the curve in downtown Welcome and the property will be on your left.

 

TUESDAY EVE. NOV. 5TH  2019  *  5:00 PM

 

REAL ESTATE: This 2-story home with Country Charm, features 2 to 4 bedrooms (we will leave the configuration up to you) with full bath on a level .475 acre lot.  First floor offers an updated kitchen, (range and refrigerator remain) nice large bathroom with laundry contained within, dining room, living room and two unheated good-sized storage rooms.  Upstairs contains 2-4 bedrooms depending on how you want to arrange things.  Forced air natural gas furnace and central air within the last 10 years.  Charming front porch to relax and watch the world pass by along with a storage barn complete this property ready for a new owner!

 

OPEN HOUSE & INSPECTION: The property will be open for inspection on Tues. Oct. 22ND  from 4 – 6 PM.  Other showings are available by appointment. Please call Mary Ann Stumbo-HER Realtors at 330-231-0749 or Steve Andrews at 330-465-8498.

 

TERMS: We require a non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price at the close of the auction with the balance due in full at closing within 45 days.  There is a 10% Buyer’s Premium in effect for this auction.  10% of the high bid will be calculated and added on to determine the contracted selling price.  There are no financing contingencies and the property sells AS IS -WHERE IS to the high bidder without reserve.  Possession will be given at closing.

 

TAX, LEGAL and TITLE: Parcel #’s 14-00283-000 and 14-00283-001 for a total of .475 +/- acres.  Taxes are currently $ 810.60 annually with Homestead Exemption and will be pro-rated on that amount to date of closing.  Taxes without Homestead Exemption will be $ 1,191.04 annually. Seller will provide a Fiduciary Deed and will offer to split the cost of and Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance. 

 

NOTE:  The household furnishings will be sold at the Sprunger Building in Kidron, OH on Wednesday Nov. 6th@ 3:00 PM.

 

Auction By Order Of:

Lisa Lawhead, Executor

ESTATE OF RUBY E. MARTIN

Attorney Max Miller: Holmes Co. Probate Case No. 19ES088

 

Auction Conducted By:

 

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SETH ANDREWS, BROKER  330-466-5471

AUCTION IN CO-OPERATION

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W/HER REALTORS  

MARY ANN STUMBO, CO-LISTING REALTOR  330-231-0749

Ken Miller Museum Auction: Day 1
Nov 14 @ 4:00PM EST (Start)
Day 1: Open House, Preview and Smalls Auction 
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3 Day Auction Event

Ken Miller Oil & Gas, Car, Truck and Ag Culture Museum

November 14, 15, and 16th

 

Auction will be held on Location: 7920 SR 226 Shreve, OH 44676

 

Signs, Drilling Rigs, tanker trucks, oil field relics, local memorabilia, antique - collector cars, early farm equipment.

 

Thursday November 14th:  There will be an open house beginning at 12 noon and auction will begin at 4 pm.  Thursday Auction items include small misc oil cans and oilers ( Permatex, Shell, Mobil, Sohio, Singer, Liquid wrench, Bayerson, Royal Brand Bicycle Oil), Ken Miller and local memorabilia, (Miller Pipers Softball Memorabilia, Ken’s Coon Hunting memories, local advertising (Sprang & Moreland Chevrolet Shreve), Oil Field Stamps, numerous framed automobile and oilfield pictures. Also Selling items from the old school house up the road desks and other relics from a 1 room school house from the early 1900’s. Note: we Plan on selling 2-3 hrs Thursday night of generally small items.

 

Friday November 15th:  Auction will begin at 10 AM.  We will be running two crews, one inside and one outside the building.  Friday's auction will consist mostly of old oilfield tools, pumps, derricks, online bidding available for portions of this auction. Items include Cast iron steam boiler No 7, Potbelly Stove, 1914 Bowser Red Sentry long Distance pump, Civil War Era Straight Pin Bit, Forged Casing Scraper, wood water pipe, railroad car spotter, Ottawa one cylinder log saw, Wooden derrick w pics, Wood Oil, barrel w lift bracket, chain hoist w trolly and pulleys, Borard & Co Bradford PA air head and injection pump, National Mach band wheel, Wind Wheel Nat gas Engine,  large rig tongs, Leroy nat gas pwr unit, Bessemer Nat gas eng, early IR 3 1/4x 7 compressor, Keystone Driller Co vertical steam engine, Riise gas pwr unit, Waakesha dsl pwr unit, 1925 Hercules 6hp engine restored by Jack Hoover, Keystone Drilling Co Keystone driller wooden belt drive wheel, 5 barrel late 1800’s wooden oil tank, wooden replic cannon,Fairbanks Morse water pump restored, replica steam engine, 33’ wooden sucker rod, Oil field winch, Star drilling yello dog lantern, Butler Larkin Yellow dog lantern, Oil Field fire extinguisher, Esso motor oil quart glass jar,  Ohio grease co tin Loudonville, OH.  See full Friday catalog at www.res.bid

 

Also selling Friday in second crew starting at approximately 10:30:  If you’ve been by the museum you know there are a lot of items that have sat outside on display and this is what this crew will handle, Heavy Metal and a lot of it! Older Ford flatbed truck w rig, Dodge flatbed truck w rig, 1926 Star rig, BreMco big wheel pump, Kenny’s first portable office,  two-barrel oil hauler, Tamper, ditching machine, Vertical Boiler, Dewey Boiler, Heavy Crane, Broderick Boiler, pipe straightener, Steam Wincy, Reels, pulleys, grasshopper jack, phone pump, pressure tanks, Oil & gas separators, Horse, powered pulling rig, Oxen powered service unit, roustabout trailer, 1915 star driller, Fordson-Clark service unit, Fordson service unit, a few signs and few gas pumps that have been outside including: NevrNox sign, Dilco vertical sign, Erie gas pump, FRSE Crankcase service/Texaco Motor Oil, Goodrich Silvertown, Willard Batteries, etc.  There also pallets full of old pulleys, gauges oilfield tools that will be sold as well.  These items not available for online bidding.  Pics at www.res.bid

 

Saturday November 16th:  The rolling stock that was inside the museum, as well as most of the Petroliana, will be sold in catalog order today.  Also the “Dukes of Hazzard” look-a-like car that’s mounted out front will sell today.

Signs include: numerous Texaco, Delco Batteries, Sinclair opaline, Standard Oil, Fleetwing Golden Motor Gasoline, Ford, Dodge Brothers, Dodge dealership sign, Newport Steel, Star Tobacco, Hoosier Oil Co, Esso, The Pure Oil Tiolene Company, Oxford Oil Co, Ohio License plate sets, 50 states license plate set, Steel Pegasus Mobil Sign, 1909 Wooster vehicle plate, Red Crown gasoline sign, wood Mail Pouch Tobacco sign, EN-AR-CO motor oil thermometer, Casite Thermometer, White Star Staroleum, Shell Clamshell sign, Pontiac Service, Quaker State, Skelly gas, Gulf, Wooster Drilling Co, signs are catalogued for online bidding and can view pics and measurements at www.res.bid

 

Gas pumps, Erie gas pump w Kenoil globe, Bennet gas pump w Sinclair globe and inserts, Bennet pump w Red Crown globe, Martin & Schwartz pump (cities service w Kenoil globe, Erie double pump w Fleetwing Globe & Sinclair power globe, Guarantee Liquid measure Co visible gas pump w Red Crown Globe, Fry visible gas pump w Mobil Gas globe, gas pump w Pennzoil Globe and others most have older restorations done to them.

 

In between signs and rolling stock we will sell some early agriculture pieces including a Superior grain drill, Iron Age horse-drawn potato planter, the Champion Hair pick horse hair machine, bone cutter, coal miner drill, old post puller, Blackhawk corn sheller, Red Chief corn sheller, potato cutter western fence posts,  and other misc

 

Rolling stock: ’86 Cadillac Fleetwood, 77 Cadillac El Dorado 87k, ’85 pink Cadillac Calais 6 door 3 bench limo, ’81 AMC Eagle, ’61 Plymouth Fury no title, ’58 Edsel, ’55 Dodge Royal, ’49 Plymouth 78k, ’41 Chevy 2 door special deluxe 72k, ’36 Ford model 68 45k, ’56 Nash Metropolitan 72k, ’60 Mercedes 220 S  4 door 38k, ’31 Ford Model A, ’29 Ford truck cab and chassis 86k (Hercules engine not included, ’35 International C20 cab and chassis no title, ’29 REO Speed Wagon, ’23 Kelly cab and chassis (keystone pumper not included), ’26 GMC Cab and Chassis solid wheels and pump and wood tank not included, ’53 Studebaker truck Red Eagle Beaver kit #136, Stake bed Army regalia (cannon not included), ’31 Ford flatbed dual rear axles No seat (rough),  ’58 IH A60 series flatbed truck w winch, ’18 Ford Model T swabber truck wood rims very nice, ’36 Ford swabbing truck, ’54 Dodge Power Wagon flatbed w winch 27k showing, ’18 Bernstein truack, ’15 Packard Model E truck stakeside flatbed showing 37k, ’16 White White tanker truck, Early Mack truck Star Drilling Rig “MB Operating,” ’36 Dodge Tanker truck in Texaco regalia 49k showing, ’48 Chevrolet Stakeside wood bed truck, ’77 Dodger Adventurer 150,’28 Ford Model A prison truck, ’26 Frick steam boiler, ’06 Star Drilling machine.

Tractors/crawler: Farmall M propane single front wheel, Cockshutt 50 tractor wide front gas, ’28 McCormick Deering 10-20 restored, 2 restored Fordson Tractors w winch, Cletrac crawler model 12 tractor, ’40 Farmers Union Co-op No 2 gas restored, ’51 Oliver 88 industrial tractor, ’41 Silver King mod 5041, Allis Chalmers service rig.
 

Wagons: Gas & Oil delivery wagon, Big Shot Company wagon “nitroglycerin”, “1910” Depot Hack Wagon 3 bench seats nice, “Albert Miller” Oil Field Wagon including memorabilia displayed on wagon, box wagon, timber-framed barrel wagon, nice oil tanker wagon. Most all of the rolling stock is listed in the online catalog and has online bidding through Proxibid.  Better pictures will appear sale week as we can get the vehicles moved out into a permanent position for the auction. 

 

We have listed what we think are some of the highlights.  Most of the vehicles are not currently running and won’t be running at sale day.  They were moved into the museum typically running but have sat for years.  We will have loading available as well as a dock to back up to.  Our loaders will be available sale days through Tuesday of the following week.
 

Shipping: If you need small items shipped such as signs or pumps etc. you can contact PackShip USA   1-800-548-0852 for vehicles/tractors and larger items KLog trucking 330-601-2736


Auction Conducted by:


Seth Andrews 330-466-5471 

Nick DeFelice 330-464-1302

Ken Miller Museum Auction: Day 2
Nov 15 @ 10:00AM EST (Start)
Day 2: Two Rings, Oil & Gas Items
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3 Day Auction Event

Ken Miller Oil & Gas, Car, Truck and Ag Culture Museum

November 14, 15, and 16th

 

Auction will be held on Location: 7920 SR 226 Shreve, OH 44676

 

Signs, Drilling Rigs, tanker trucks, oil field relics, local memorabilia, antique - collector cars, early farm equipment.

 

Day 1 - Thursday November 14th:  There will be an open house beginning at 12 noon and auction will begin at 4 pm.  Thursday Auction items include small misc oil cans and oilers ( Permatex, Shell, Mobil, Sohio, Singer, Liquid wrench, Bayerson, Royal Brand Bicycle Oil), Ken Miller and local memorabilia, (Miller Pipers Softball Memorabilia, Ken’s Coon Hunting memories, local advertising (Sprang & Moreland Chevrolet Shreve), Oil Field Stamps, numerous framed automobile and oilfield pictures. Also Selling items from the old school house up the road desks and other relics from a 1 room school house from the early 1900’s. Note: we Plan on selling 2-3 hrs Thursday night of generally small items.

 

Day 2- Friday November 15th:  Auction will begin at 10 AM.  We will be running two crews, one inside and one outside the building.  Friday's auction will consist mostly of old oilfield tools, pumps, derricks, online bidding available for portions of this auction. Items include Cast iron steam boiler No 7, Potbelly Stove, 1914 Bowser Red Sentry long Distance pump, Civil War Era Straight Pin Bit, Forged Casing Scraper, wood water pipe, railroad car spotter, Ottawa one cylinder log saw, Wooden derrick w pics, Wood Oil, barrel w lift bracket, chain hoist w trolly and pulleys, Borard & Co Bradford PA air head and injection pump, National Mach band wheel, Wind Wheel Nat gas Engine,  large rig tongs, Leroy nat gas pwr unit, Bessemer Nat gas eng, early IR 3 1/4x 7 compressor, Keystone Driller Co vertical steam engine, Riise gas pwr unit, Waakesha dsl pwr unit, 1925 Hercules 6hp engine restored by Jack Hoover, Keystone Drilling Co Keystone driller wooden belt drive wheel, 5 barrel late 1800’s wooden oil tank, wooden replic cannon,Fairbanks Morse water pump restored, replica steam engine, 33’ wooden sucker rod, Oil field winch, Star drilling yello dog lantern, Butler Larkin Yellow dog lantern, Oil Field fire extinguisher, Esso motor oil quart glass jar,  Ohio grease co tin Loudonville, OH.  See full Friday catalog at www.res.bid

 

Also selling Friday in second crew starting at approximately 10:30:  If you’ve been by the museum you know there are a lot of items that have sat outside on display and this is what this crew will handle, Heavy Metal and a lot of it! Older Ford flatbed truck w rig, Dodge flatbed truck w rig, 1926 Star rig, BreMco big wheel pump, Kenny’s first portable office,  two-barrel oil hauler, Tamper, ditching machine, Vertical Boiler, Dewey Boiler, Heavy Crane, Broderick Boiler, pipe straightener, Steam Wincy, Reels, pulleys, grasshopper jack, phone pump, pressure tanks, Oil & gas separators, Horse, powered pulling rig, Oxen powered service unit, roustabout trailer, 1915 star driller, Fordson-Clark service unit, Fordson service unit, a few signs and few gas pumps that have been outside including: NevrNox sign, Dilco vertical sign, Erie gas pump, FRSE Crankcase service/Texaco Motor Oil, Goodrich Silvertown, Willard Batteries, etc.  There also pallets full of old pulleys, gauges oilfield tools that will be sold as well.  These items not available for online bidding.  Pics at www.res.bid

 

Day 3 - Saturday November 16th:  The rolling stock that was inside the museum, as well as most of the Petroliana, will be sold in catalog order today.  Also the “Dukes of Hazzard” look-a-like car that’s mounted out front will sell today.

Signs include: numerous Texaco, Delco Batteries, Sinclair opaline, Standard Oil, Fleetwing Golden Motor Gasoline, Ford, Dodge Brothers, Dodge dealership sign, Newport Steel, Star Tobacco, Hoosier Oil Co, Esso, The Pure Oil Tiolene Company, Oxford Oil Co, Ohio License plate sets, 50 states license plate set, Steel Pegasus Mobil Sign, 1909 Wooster vehicle plate, Red Crown gasoline sign, wood Mail Pouch Tobacco sign, EN-AR-CO motor oil thermometer, Casite Thermometer, White Star Staroleum, Shell Clamshell sign, Pontiac Service, Quaker State, Skelly gas, Gulf, Wooster Drilling Co, signs are catalogued for online bidding and can view pics and measurements at www.res.bid

 

Gas pumps, Erie gas pump w Kenoil globe, Bennet gas pump w Sinclair globe and inserts, Bennet pump w Red Crown globe, Martin & Schwartz pump (cities service w Kenoil globe, Erie double pump w Fleetwing Globe & Sinclair power globe, Guarantee Liquid measure Co visible gas pump w Red Crown Globe, Fry visible gas pump w Mobil Gas globe, gas pump w Pennzoil Globe and others most have older restorations done to them.

 

In between signs and rolling stock we will sell some early agriculture pieces including a Superior grain drill, Iron Age horse-drawn potato planter, the Champion Hair pick horse hair machine, bone cutter, coal miner drill, old post puller, Blackhawk corn sheller, Red Chief corn sheller, potato cutter western fence posts,  and other misc

 

Rolling stock: ’86 Cadillac Fleetwood, 77 Cadillac El Dorado 87k, ’85 pink Cadillac Calais 6 door 3 bench limo, ’81 AMC Eagle, ’61 Plymouth Fury no title, ’58 Edsel, ’55 Dodge Royal, ’49 Plymouth 78k, ’41 Chevy 2 door special deluxe 72k, ’36 Ford model 68 45k, ’56 Nash Metropolitan 72k, ’60 Mercedes 220 S  4 door 38k, ’31 Ford Model A, ’29 Ford truck cab and chassis 86k (Hercules engine not included, ’35 International C20 cab and chassis no title, ’29 REO Speed Wagon, ’23 Kelly cab and chassis (keystone pumper not included), ’26 GMC Cab and Chassis solid wheels and pump and wood tank not included, ’53 Studebaker truck Red Eagle Beaver kit #136, Stake bed Army regalia (cannon not included), ’31 Ford flatbed dual rear axles No seat (rough),  ’58 IH A60 series flatbed truck w winch, ’18 Ford Model T swabber truck wood rims very nice, ’36 Ford swabbing truck, ’54 Dodge Power Wagon flatbed w winch 27k showing, ’18 Bernstein truack, ’15 Packard Model E truck stakeside flatbed showing 37k, ’16 White White tanker truck, Early Mack truck Star Drilling Rig “MB Operating,” ’36 Dodge Tanker truck in Texaco regalia 49k showing, ’48 Chevrolet Stakeside wood bed truck, ’77 Dodger Adventurer 150,’28 Ford Model A prison truck, ’26 Frick steam boiler, ’06 Star Drilling machine.

Tractors/crawler: Farmall M propane single front wheel, Cockshutt 50 tractor wide front gas, ’28 McCormick Deering 10-20 restored, 2 restored Fordson Tractors w winch, Cletrac crawler model 12 tractor, ’40 Farmers Union Co-op No 2 gas restored, ’51 Oliver 88 industrial tractor, ’41 Silver King mod 5041, Allis Chalmers service rig.
 

Wagons: Gas & Oil delivery wagon, Big Shot Company wagon “nitroglycerin”, “1910” Depot Hack Wagon 3 bench seats nice, “Albert Miller” Oil Field Wagon including memorabilia displayed on wagon, box wagon, timber-framed barrel wagon, nice oil tanker wagon. Most all of the rolling stock is listed in the online catalog and has online bidding through Proxibid.  Better pictures will appear sale week as we can get the vehicles moved out into a permanent position for the auction. 

 

We have listed what we think are some of the highlights.  Most of the vehicles are not currently running and won’t be running at sale day.  They were moved into the museum typically running but have sat for years.  We will have loading available as well as a dock to back up to.  Our loaders will be available sale days through Tuesday of the following week.
 

Shipping: If you need small items shipped such as signs or pumps etc. you can contact PackShip USA   1-800-548-0852 for vehicles/tractors and larger items KLog trucking 330-601-2736


Auction Conducted by:


Seth Andrews 330-466-5471 

Nick DeFelice 330-464-1302

Ken Miller Museum Auction: Day 3
Nov 16 @ 10:00AM EST (Start)
Day 3: Rolling Stock & Petroliana
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3 Day Auction Event

Ken Miller Oil & Gas, Car, Truck and Ag Culture Museum

November 14, 15, and 16th

 

Auction will be held on Location: 7920 SR 226 Shreve, OH 44676

 

Signs, Drilling Rigs, tanker trucks, oil field relics, local memorabilia, antique - collector cars, early farm equipment.

 

Day 1 - Thursday November 14th:  There will be an open house beginning at 12 noon and auction will begin at 4 pm.  Thursday Auction items include small misc oil cans and oilers ( Permatex, Shell, Mobil, Sohio, Singer, Liquid wrench, Bayerson, Royal Brand Bicycle Oil), Ken Miller and local memorabilia, (Miller Pipers Softball Memorabilia, Ken’s Coon Hunting memories, local advertising (Sprang & Moreland Chevrolet Shreve), Oil Field Stamps, numerous framed automobile and oilfield pictures. Also Selling items from the old school house up the road desks and other relics from a 1 room school house from the early 1900’s. Note: we Plan on selling 2-3 hrs Thursday night of generally small items.

 

Day 2- Friday November 15th:  Auction will begin at 10 AM.  We will be running two crews, one inside and one outside the building.  Friday's auction will consist mostly of old oilfield tools, pumps, derricks, online bidding available for portions of this auction. Items include Cast iron steam boiler No 7, Potbelly Stove, 1914 Bowser Red Sentry long Distance pump, Civil War Era Straight Pin Bit, Forged Casing Scraper, wood water pipe, railroad car spotter, Ottawa one cylinder log saw, Wooden derrick w pics, Wood Oil, barrel w lift bracket, chain hoist w trolly and pulleys, Borard & Co Bradford PA air head and injection pump, National Mach band wheel, Wind Wheel Nat gas Engine,  large rig tongs, Leroy nat gas pwr unit, Bessemer Nat gas eng, early IR 3 1/4x 7 compressor, Keystone Driller Co vertical steam engine, Riise gas pwr unit, Waakesha dsl pwr unit, 1925 Hercules 6hp engine restored by Jack Hoover, Keystone Drilling Co Keystone driller wooden belt drive wheel, 5 barrel late 1800’s wooden oil tank, wooden replic cannon,Fairbanks Morse water pump restored, replica steam engine, 33’ wooden sucker rod, Oil field winch, Star drilling yello dog lantern, Butler Larkin Yellow dog lantern, Oil Field fire extinguisher, Esso motor oil quart glass jar,  Ohio grease co tin Loudonville, OH.  See full Friday catalog at www.res.bid

 

Also selling Friday in second crew starting at approximately 10:30:  If you’ve been by the museum you know there are a lot of items that have sat outside on display and this is what this crew will handle, Heavy Metal and a lot of it! Older Ford flatbed truck w rig, Dodge flatbed truck w rig, 1926 Star rig, BreMco big wheel pump, Kenny’s first portable office,  two-barrel oil hauler, Tamper, ditching machine, Vertical Boiler, Dewey Boiler, Heavy Crane, Broderick Boiler, pipe straightener, Steam Wincy, Reels, pulleys, grasshopper jack, phone pump, pressure tanks, Oil & gas separators, Horse, powered pulling rig, Oxen powered service unit, roustabout trailer, 1915 star driller, Fordson-Clark service unit, Fordson service unit, a few signs and few gas pumps that have been outside including: NevrNox sign, Dilco vertical sign, Erie gas pump, FRSE Crankcase service/Texaco Motor Oil, Goodrich Silvertown, Willard Batteries, etc.  There also pallets full of old pulleys, gauges oilfield tools that will be sold as well.  These items not available for online bidding.  Pics at www.res.bid

 

Day 3 - Saturday November 16th:  The rolling stock that was inside the museum, as well as most of the Petroliana, will be sold in catalog order today.  Also the “Dukes of Hazzard” look-a-like car that’s mounted out front will sell today.

Signs include: numerous Texaco, Delco Batteries, Sinclair opaline, Standard Oil, Fleetwing Golden Motor Gasoline, Ford, Dodge Brothers, Dodge dealership sign, Newport Steel, Star Tobacco, Hoosier Oil Co, Esso, The Pure Oil Tiolene Company, Oxford Oil Co, Ohio License plate sets, 50 states license plate set, Steel Pegasus Mobil Sign, 1909 Wooster vehicle plate, Red Crown gasoline sign, wood Mail Pouch Tobacco sign, EN-AR-CO motor oil thermometer, Casite Thermometer, White Star Staroleum, Shell Clamshell sign, Pontiac Service, Quaker State, Skelly gas, Gulf, Wooster Drilling Co, signs are catalogued for online bidding and can view pics and measurements at www.res.bid

 

Gas pumps, Erie gas pump w Kenoil globe, Bennet gas pump w Sinclair globe and inserts, Bennet pump w Red Crown globe, Martin & Schwartz pump (cities service w Kenoil globe, Erie double pump w Fleetwing Globe & Sinclair power globe, Guarantee Liquid measure Co visible gas pump w Red Crown Globe, Fry visible gas pump w Mobil Gas globe, gas pump w Pennzoil Globe and others most have older restorations done to them.

 

In between signs and rolling stock we will sell some early agriculture pieces including a Superior grain drill, Iron Age horse-drawn potato planter, the Champion Hair pick horse hair machine, bone cutter, coal miner drill, old post puller, Blackhawk corn sheller, Red Chief corn sheller, potato cutter western fence posts,  and other misc

 

Rolling stock: ’86 Cadillac Fleetwood, 77 Cadillac El Dorado 87k, ’85 pink Cadillac Calais 6 door 3 bench limo, ’81 AMC Eagle, ’61 Plymouth Fury no title, ’58 Edsel, ’55 Dodge Royal, ’49 Plymouth 78k, ’41 Chevy 2 door special deluxe 72k, ’36 Ford model 68 45k, ’56 Nash Metropolitan 72k, ’60 Mercedes 220 S  4 door 38k, ’31 Ford Model A, ’29 Ford truck cab and chassis 86k (Hercules engine not included, ’35 International C20 cab and chassis no title, ’29 REO Speed Wagon, ’23 Kelly cab and chassis (keystone pumper not included), ’26 GMC Cab and Chassis solid wheels and pump and wood tank not included, ’53 Studebaker truck Red Eagle Beaver kit #136, Stake bed Army regalia (cannon not included), ’31 Ford flatbed dual rear axles No seat (rough),  ’58 IH A60 series flatbed truck w winch, ’18 Ford Model T swabber truck wood rims very nice, ’36 Ford swabbing truck, ’54 Dodge Power Wagon flatbed w winch 27k showing, ’18 Bernstein truack, ’15 Packard Model E truck stakeside flatbed showing 37k, ’16 White White tanker truck, Early Mack truck Star Drilling Rig “MB Operating,” ’36 Dodge Tanker truck in Texaco regalia 49k showing, ’48 Chevrolet Stakeside wood bed truck, ’77 Dodger Adventurer 150,’28 Ford Model A prison truck, ’26 Frick steam boiler, ’06 Star Drilling machine.

Tractors/crawler: Farmall M propane single front wheel, Cockshutt 50 tractor wide front gas, ’28 McCormick Deering 10-20 restored, 2 restored Fordson Tractors w winch, Cletrac crawler model 12 tractor, ’40 Farmers Union Co-op No 2 gas restored, ’51 Oliver 88 industrial tractor, ’41 Silver King mod 5041, Allis Chalmers service rig.
 

Wagons: Gas & Oil delivery wagon, Big Shot Company wagon “nitroglycerin”, “1910” Depot Hack Wagon 3 bench seats nice, “Albert Miller” Oil Field Wagon including memorabilia displayed on wagon, box wagon, timber-framed barrel wagon, nice oil tanker wagon. Most all of the rolling stock is listed in the online catalog and has online bidding through Proxibid.  Better pictures will appear sale week as we can get the vehicles moved out into a permanent position for the auction. 

 

We have listed what we think are some of the highlights.  Most of the vehicles are not currently running and won’t be running at sale day.  They were moved into the museum typically running but have sat for years.  We will have loading available as well as a dock to back up to.  Our loaders will be available sale days through Tuesday of the following week.
 

Shipping: If you need small items shipped such as signs or pumps etc. you can contact PackShip USA   1-800-548-0852 for vehicles/tractors and larger items KLog trucking 330-601-2736


Auction Conducted by:


Seth Andrews 330-466-5471 

Nick DeFelice 330-464-1302

Black Friday Gun and Tool Consignment Auction
Nov 29 @ 10:00AM EST (Start)
TAKING CONSIGNMENTS!
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BLACK FRIDAY GUN AND TOOL CONSIGNMENT AUCTION

The Yard, 375 Fry Rd, Wooster, OH

November 29, 2019 @ 10AM

Join us for our First Annual Black Friday Gun and Tool Consignment Auction!!  Held at The Yard, 375 Fry Road, Wooster, OH.

Now Taking consignments!  Consign early for most advertising exposure.

Call 833-765-3737 for details!  Check back for updates!

 

Andy White - Joseph Mast - Drew Turner - Jake White - Mary Hartley

RES Yard Equipment Auction
Dec 14 @ 9:00AM EST (Start)
Consign Now!
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RES Equipment Yard Auction

Saturday, December 14 @ 9:00AM

375 Fry Road, Wooster, OH

We are looking forward to our next Yard consignment auction!  Mark your calendars and join us December 14!

Conign Early to recieve maximum advertising exposure!

Yard Hours Monday - Friday 9-5, Saturday 8-12.

Call 833-765-3737 for details.  Check back for updates!

 

Andy White - Joseph Mast - Drew Turner - Steve and Seth Andrews - Kevin Teets - Jake White - Mary Hartley

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