Auctioneers Note: The rare - the eccentric - the traditional - captures what you are likely to find at this auction. This listing is very general. Walking through this Victorian era home was a combination museum and antique boutique!
Preview: Friday, October 22 from Noon to 4 PM.
Directions: From Hwy 65 at Princeton turn west on Hwy 136. Go 200 ft and turn south on North College St. Travel 2 blocks to East Main, turn west. Go 2 blocks to Ballew St. Auction will be in two blocks on the west side of Ballew/south side of Oak St. Follow the Scott Roy Auction signs!
DAY 1 SMALL ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES: Lots of antique kitchen utensils, Black Americana pieces, Coca-Cola items to include 2 - 24” porcelain button signs, 1942 serving tray (excellent), Coca-Cola water bath cooler, wooden ice chest, kerosene lanterns, oil lamps, Burma Shave metal sign, several pieces of militaria to include WWI sketches, Army bugle (missing mouth piece), beer signs, picnic baskets, cast iron, old books, several beaded purses, antique picture frames, several antique pictures, Sheppard’s crook (from Jerusalem), several pieces of antique doll furniture and toys, Little Sweetheart child’s toy ringer washer/Wolverine mfg., antique spring horse and rocking horse, Longaberger baskets, metal Indian trade ax Cir. 1830s, medium size metate and mano (native American grinding stone), small brass gas lamp. Pink and green depression of varying patterns, several pieces of cut glass, several pieces of stoneware, 10 gal. Western crock, 5 gal. Marshall crock, several pieces of jadeite, a rainbow of enamelware, some Fiesta ware, pinged aluminum, Victorian pickle caster, several plate silver serving pieces, Seth Thomas mantel clock, 1950s Samsonite luggage set (alligator pattern), oak etched glass entry door, a wide variety of porcelain figurines, pottery pieces to include Bordallo Pinheiro Portugal – green and pink, children’s tea sets, ornate metal bird cage, old hat boxes, several commodes, cast iron bell, medium size rendering kettle, and several handmade quilts. COINS: US proof sets proof sets 1968-1991
DAY 2 – ANTIQUE FURNITURE, MODERN FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD, LAWN & GARDEN: Several pieces of bent willow patio furniture, several yard ornamentals and planters, wrought iron yard decorations, a few misc. hand tools, a few steel traps, Echo weed trimmer, aluminum extension ladder, small oak library table, metal parlor chair w/foot rest, tractor seat stool on ornate pedestal, small iron
frame bench, small, white wicker patio set, antique oak kitchen hutch,
computer desk, full length dress mirror, oak claw foot piano stool (missing
top), large butcher block kitchen island with inlaid top, some modern kitchen appliances, dishes, cake molds, etc., antique oak pie safe, hardwood table and chairs, Victorian chaise lounger (nice!), antique oak coffee table, oversized floral print sofa, Rattan bottom oak chair, art deco wrap around chair – 30s or 40s, LG 50 inch flat screen TV, oak plant stand, globe leg Victorian chaise lounger, Victorian winged-back chair, tiered Victorian style serving table, spindled plant stand, dark walnut color wooden rocker, wicker baby buggy, drum style end table, white wicker child’s rocker, wicker doll buggy, 1920s mission style sofa with ornate images, small round butcher block, antiqued globe in wrought iron stand, small antique drop leaf table, medium size gate-let drop leaf table, marble top plant stand, misc. linens, small oak child’s desk, brass fireplace screen, oversized floral loveseat, Victorian heat-back chair, dark oak antique secretary, beveled glass dresser mirror in bowed oak frame, tri-fold full length dressing mirror, oak piano stool, small tiger oak vanity, dress makers frame, 3 antique wardrobes, small oak medicine cabinet, small blue antique children’s dresser, glass front cabinet, 1940s full size bed – wrapped foot board, 2 pc king size bed and dresser w/mirror, 2 camel back trunks, ornate inlaid wardrobe, and more!
This is only the tip of the iceberg!
Auctioneers Note: All sells to the highest bidder a nice run of older equipment that has been well cared for. Most kept inside. Not a long auction. Be on time!
Sale Order: trailer load of smalls, kennel supplies, misc. equipment, skid steer, pickup, hay equipment, tractors, combine, misc. equipment, scrap
Preview: Friday, October 29
Directions: From Hwy 6 at Galt travel north 10 miles on Hwy J. Auction will be on the east side in a hay field. Follow the Scott Roy Auction signs!
TRACTORS: IH 5288 turbo, 7217 hrs, good AC & heat, 3 sets remotes, 540/1000 pto, duals, full rack of weights – field ready!, 1066 Farmall, 5267 hrs, w/canopy, 2 sets remotes, 540 pto, block htr & ether inject, full rack of weights, good rubber, 806 Farmall, 9485 hrs, fast hitch, w/canopy, 2 sets remotes,540 pto, block heater, set of 18.4x34 duals (sold separately), 560 Farmall, NF, 1 remote, 540 pto, IH 400 NF w/loader, 2 pt. fast hitch (TA not working), Farmall B w/6 ft. belly mower, NF – SN 154596, Farmall M, NF, single remote – SN 1804046 (?) sells w/sickle mower,
COMBINE: 1978 MF 760, 4x4, good rubber/rice tires, 1432 hrs $6K m/l spent 7 yrs ago on repairs/replacements then parked, selling separately, 63C MF 6 row corn head on caddy, 20 ft. MF mod 1859 auto float bean platform on caddy,
HAY EQUIPMENT: Case 8465A round baler, twine tie, good belts and pickups, 540 pto, 300 bales yr/avg, Hesston mod 3983 high capacity 12 wheel v-rake, hyd. fold, Case IH DCX131 13 ft. disc mower, 1000 pto, 495 NH mower conditioner, old side delivery rake, 3 pt. bale spear, 3 pt. hmd. bale unroller, 6 bale gooseneck hay trailer, McCormick mod 46 square baler (not used for a few years)
PICKUP TRUCK & SKID STEER: 1989 GMC 3500 4x4 std cab, 454 auto, over on the miles, gooseneck hitch, good rubber, fair condition overall – farm, hunting, woodcutting, Mustang 310 skid loader, 14 HP Kohler Gas, 42” bucket (lift cylinder seals need replaced)
LIVESTOCK: 2 heavy metal feed bunks, 2 plastic lick tanks (2 roller), 2 plastic water tanks, 10 heavy metal MFA hay rings, misc. fence supplies, t-post, 75 to 100 hedge posts (corners, braces and lines), light Ford 2 pt. post auger w/9” auger, Gehl 2 row silage chopper w/haylage head, NH 27 silage blower, NH 351 grinder/mixer, Kelly Ryan feeder wagon, good floor, Badger manure spreader – metal frame, wood box (needs a little work),
GRAIN: IH 500 Cyclo planter 12 row-30”, Parker 500 grain buggy –field ready, 1965 Ford 600, 330 V-8, hi-low trans, dual hoist, 97,027 miles, 18ft bed – lots of use left, 1963 mod 60 GM inline 6, 16 ft. bed – runs, Tye 20ft mounted conventional drill w/caddy, 7” spacing, 10 ft. JD drill w/grass box, IH mod 38 8 row planter, 30”, Kewanee 54 ft. 8” auger, 42 ft. 6” auger, auger hoppers
TILLAGE, MISC & SCRAP: 13 ft. DMI Chisel Champ plow disc, 18 ft. field cultivator w/harrow -manual fold wings, IH mounted plow 5-18s, 10 ft. dual roller culti-packer, 10 ft. JD disc, John Deere 707 Gyramor 14ft rotary mower (one gear box bad), 3 wagons (2 w/hoist & 1 metal box), 3 pt. carry-all, 4 bottom plow –fast hitch, 7 ft. blade –fast hitch, homemade 3 pt. tree puller, ear corn elevator, 1086 fuel tank, 750 motor for parts, Kodiak 4x4 ATV (parts), Cub Cadet LTX 1042 (weak hydrostat), Deutz Rider (parts or scrap), 1 to 2 trailers of smalls, decent size load of scrap iron
DOG KENNEL SUPPLIES: crates, whelping boxes, pens, runs, pans, etc.
Terms: Driver’s license or ID for registration. Cash or check w/DL. All items sold As Is - Where Is, All items paid for day of auction. Titles held until check clears. Announcements made auction day take precedence over printed material. Not responsible for accidents or errors in advertising.
Auctioneers Note: If you have a flare for the rustic & primitive this is your auction! The 30x60 barn was FULL! Also, a full run of new prints for framing, country-style décor, lawn and garden items. We’ll set up in the building if the weather is bad. This is a very general listing.
Preview: Friday, Nov. 5 Noon to 4 PM
Directions: From Gallatin go east on Hwy 6 6.3 miles or from Jamesport go 4.5 miles west on Hwy 5. Auction will be on the south side of Hwy 6. Follow the Scott Roy Auction signs!
2 - 1955 Ford Pickups: salvage or decoration –no titles – bill of sale to be provided
Primitives-Collectibles-Rustics: old wheel barrow, grinding stones, 2 metal gliders, several old metal lawn chairs, several well pumps, several old bikes, 7 ft windmill head, wooden wagon wheel, old Ford tailgates, several galvanized tubs, galvanized wash stand, 3 long red wood benches, several primitive benches, enamel-ware, coal hops, dress makers busts, a large amount of old doors, wooden window frames and shutters, several old wooden chairs, architectural salvage pieces, several old metal wagons, several rustic antique cupboards, several wooden fence display sections and wooden shelves (Nancy has a lot trade show props), oak antique secretary/wardrobe w/Murphy bed, old wooden fence pieces, lots of Christmas trees, garland etc. oak frame mirrors, several quilt pieces, decorative boxes, a large assortment of new unframed prints and 29 – 30 bundles of 1x2x8 pine boards (12 pcs to a bundle) and several loose pieces (Nancy and Max made rustic frames for the prints), misc. country-style décor pieces, several totes of buttons, several quilts, old train set (partial), spoon ring maker and 2 totes of flatware, misc. Halloween and Christmas décor, several area rugs, several pieces of eclectic artwork,
Lawn and Garden: stainless Char-Broil grill (needs ignitor), 5.5 HP 26” Poulan front tine tiller, Husqvarna YTA 46" hydrostat riding mower, like new lady’s Panama Jack bike and men’s Schwinn bike - large metal decorative rooster, large metal decorative sheep, small painted metal windmill, blue glazed ceramic bird bath, lawn and garden tools, heavy duty dolly, 2-LT265/70R17 Hankook tires (good), Webber grill, asst. lumber, 10 gallon Igloo water cooler, There will also be some household misc., 2 flat screen TVs, a Maytag washer and??
Terms: Driver’s license for registration. Cash or check w/DL. Credit Card accepted w/3% fee (cell service dependent). All items sold As-Is Where-Is, All items paid for day of auction. Announcements made auction day take precedence over printed material. Not responsible for accidents or errors in advertising