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335 Acre Absolute Ashland County Land Auction
Mar 14 @ 11:00AM EDT (Start)
Tillable Land – Woods – Building Lots –  Buildings - 2.75 Miles of Road Frontage – Offered in 13 Parcels 
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335 ACRE ASHLAND COUNTY 

ABSOLUTE LAND AUCTION 

Saturday March 14th – 11 AM 

Tillable Land – Woods – Building Lots –  Home – Buildings - 2.75 Miles of Road Frontage – Offered in 13 Parcels 

Property is located at the intersection of State Route 58, County Road 620, and County Road 601 north of Ashland.   

Auction will be held at Mapleton Elementary School, 635 County Road 801.  

REAL ESTATE:  Selling to the highest bidder regardless of price is 335 acres of highly desirable Ashland County land.  This farm features fertile tillable soil, rolling terrain, outstanding development potential, as well as woods and recreational opportunities.  Approximately 220 acres are currently tillable with the ability to add several more by improving some of the current pastureland.  The land has been well cared for and offers terrain that is slightly rolling with good surface drainage.  In addition to the land is the homestead and buildings on State Route 58.  Once used as a dairy the buildings are older and with some work could have a multitude of uses.  The main home is situated on the east side of State Route 58 offering the possibility of rental income.  Situated on County Road 601 is an additional outbuildings allowing an ideal location for your gentleman's farm.  In all, the farm encompasses nearly 3 miles of road frontage with Rural Lorain County Water servicing the majority of the property providing an unparalleled investment opportunity.  If you are interested in good farmland, great building lots, wooded recreational opportunities, and awesome investment opportunities be sure to look at this farm.   

 

Parcel 1: 48.3 Acres nearly all tillable with 1667’ of frontage on State Route 58.   

Parcel 2: 65.5 Acres on the west side of State Route 58.  This parcel offers a mix of pastureland, tillable acreage and woods.  Also included are several buildings and 2 silos once used as a dairy operation.  

Parcel 3: 53.2 Acres with 3071’ of frontage on the east side of State Route 58 and 1864’ of frontage on the north side of County Road 620.  This parcel is predominately tillable land with a 3-bedroom ranch home and pond.  

Parcel 4: 8.6 Acres of open land conducive for farming and would also make an ideal building location.  

Parcel 5: 4.6 Acre ideal building lot on County Road 620.   

Parcels 6-10: All 3.5 Acre open building lots on County Road 620.  These parcels offer ideal terrain and access for your dream home.  

Parcel 11: 57.9 Acres mostly open tillable land.   This parcel is on southeast corner of State Route 58 and County Road 620 with additional road frontage on County Road 601.   

Parcel 12: 24.6 Acres on County Road 601.  This parcel is mostly open and also offers older buildings.  The land is a mix of tillable and pasture.     

Parcel 13: 53 Acres on County Road 601 with ideal open tillable land and woods on the back half.    

 

Sale Order: Parcels 1-13 will be offered by the acre with the winning bidder having choice of whichever parcel(s) they desire.  Once an individual is established on each parcel, we will then offer parcels 6-13 (153 Acres) and parcels 1-5 (180.2) as interim combinations before offering the farm in its entirety.     

 

ATV Tours: RES Representatives will be stationed on parcel 4 on Tuesday, February 25th from 4-6 pm to answer any questions and also provide ATV tours weather permitting.  You may also pick up a brochure in one of the info boxes on the property and walk the land at your leisure.   

 

Terms: A non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price is due at auction with the balance due at closing within 45 days or at the completion of the survey.  A 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added to the final bid to determine the purchase price.  All desired inspections need to be completed prior to bidding.  Details and pictures are available at www.res.bid.   

 

Mineral Rights: All mineral rights transfer subject to leases of record.  There is currently a lease in place and a producing well on parcel 4. 

 

Auction by order of The Zacharias Family Trust 

Jerry Zacharias & Connie McMahon Trustees 

 

Andy White 419-651-2152 – Joseph Mast – Mary Hartley  

Seth Andrews, Broker 

 

 

 

HANDY MAN SPECIAL ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Mar 16 @ 5:00PM EDT (Start)
3 Bedroom – 2 Bathrooms – 2 Acres – Mapleton Local Schools 
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HANDY MAN SPECIAL ABSOLUTE AUCTION 

Monday, March 16th @ 5PM 

712 State Route 89, Polk, OH 

3 Bedroom – 2 Bathrooms – 2 Acres – Mapleton Local Schools 

Auction held at The Polk Community Center 200 E Congress Street, Polk, OH 

 

Property located 712 State Route 89, Polk.  Take State Route 89 north of Polk, property on left side before CR 700. 

 

REAL ESTATE:  Whether you are looking for a home, desiring an investment property to rent or flip, or just need a project, here is your opportunity!  Selling at absolute auction on March 16th, this 1756 sq foot home could be yours.  Built in 1870 on 2 acres in Mapleton School District this home offers 3 bedrooms and a full bath upstairs.  The main floor has the kitchen, dining room, sitting room, living room, and full bath and laundry hookup.  There is an additional laundry hook up in the mudroom as well.  This home needs work however does have good bones with character that is hard to replicate.  The roof is approximately 12 years old and the home is heated with propane and also offers central air.  The home currently has no water however Rural Lorain Water is available at the road.  There is a detached two car garage with a loft above that can be salvaged or knocked down and start new.  This property is at a great location and has a lot of potential. 

 

OPEN HOUSE:  Property will be open for inspection Wednesday, February 26 from 5-6pm or call Mary Hartley 419-651-3586 or Andy White to schedule a showing. 

 

TAXES:  Property is located in Jackson Township, Ashland County, Mapleton Local Schools.  Parcel number D12-018-0-0005-00, Section 18 D & C-1.  Current annual taxes are $1,019.92 and will be prorated to the day of closing. 

 

TERMS:  A non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price is due at 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 purchase price.  All desired inspections need to be completed prior to bidding.  Details and pictures are available at www.res.bid.   

 

Auction by order of E&E Welch LLC & Holstein Brothers LLC 

 

 

Andy White, Mary Hartley, Seth Andrews, Broker 

JOE IRVIN TRUST AUCTION
Mar 18 @ 10:00AM EDT (Start)
35 ANTIQUE MUZZLE LOADERS - FIREARMS - INDIAN ARTIFACTS - TRAPS PLUS LOTS OF SUPPORTING COLLECTIBLES
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JOE IRVIN TRUST AUCTION

35 ANTIQUE MUZZLE LOADERS - FIREARMS - INDIAN ARTIFACTS - TRAPS

PLUS LOTS OF SUPPORTING COLLECTIBLES

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2020  *  10:00 AM          

Auction held at RES Auction Facility  -   375 Fry Rd Wooster, OH 44691

 

MUZZLE LOADERS & FIREARMS:  The sale of Joe’s collection consists of 51 lots including guns from makers such as Jacob M Myers, Henry S Groff and Jacob Olenhousen all of Wayne County, Ohio. Other Ohio makers represented are Peter Reinhard (Loudonville), William H Folger (Belmont), John Caleb Vincent (Washington Co), Humberger (Perry Co), Levi Biddle (Tuscarawas Co), Adam Stilgenbauer (Winesburg). Pennsylvania Makers highlighted by Henry Albright, and a neat Keland Child’s percussion Muzzleloader. There also some contemporary guns and few other collectible types including some .22 cal guns, Frank Wesson .38, Marlin 336 30-30, Henry Golden Boy Buckeye State Commemorative, See a full list and pictures at www.res.bid.

ARTIFACTS: There will be a nice collection consisting of 80+ lots of local flint, slate, and stone artfacts.  These include stone axes, celts, pestles, slate pendants, gorgets, and bannerstones;  Iron trader axe; There are also flint pieces from the Paleo to Late Woodland including several nicer Archaic and Hopewell points.  Full Catalog and pictures available at www.res.bid

HUNTING - FISHING - TRAPS & GREAT MISC. PRIMITIVES: Winchester 10 ga canon,  Blacksmith forged wolf trap, wrought iron Bear trap, 1800’s wrought iron wolf trap, Newhouse #5 bear trap (Kenwood), powder measures, powder flasks, 20+ early powder horns some Scrimshaw, wooden canteen, leather ammo pouches, Pioneer saddle bags, misc knives, Revolutionary War boarding spear, firearms reference books, fishing creel, hickory splint fishing creel, Civil War sword with leather scabbard, Jiffy bag holder (Wooster), Pioneer knife w/sheath, Ball & patch holder for muzzleloader.

SALE ORDER:  INDIAN ARTIFACTS @ 10:00 FOLLOWED BY MUZZLE LOADER & PRIMITIVE COLLECTIBLES THEN MUZZLE LOADERS AT APPROX. 12:00 NOON TO 12:30.  DOORS OPEN AT 8:00 AM. 

NOTE:  Joe Irvin was one of Wayne County’s most astute collectors.  He knew quality and he bought quality.  We think you with interest in these categories will really enjoy this auction.  Come and enjoy the preview and the auction or bid via the internet.  There is some really cool stuff in this auction.  See Ya  - Steve/Seth & the RES Auction Crew.

Preview Tuesday Afternoon March 17thth 4-6:30 PM at auction location 375 Fry Rd Wooster, OH 44691

Online bidding available at www.proxibid.com/res

Auction Conducted By

 

Seth Andrews 330-466-5471                                                     Steve Andrews 330-465-8498

81 Acre ABSOLUTE Ashland County Farm Auction
Mar 19 @ 5:30PM EDT (Start)
81+/- Acers - Home and Barn
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81 ACRE ABSOLUTE ASHLAND COUNTY FARM AUCTION 

Thursday March 19th 5:30 PM 

Mostly Tillable – Home & Buildings – Good Location 

Property is located at 429 Co Rd 1281, Greenwich.  From Savannah take State Route 60 to County Road 500 and 1281, then go north.  From US Rte. 224 take County Road 1281 south.  Watch for RES signs.   

Auction will be held at the Savannah Town Hall.  

REAL ESTATE:  Offering return on nearly every acre, this farm offers potential that only few can.  81.3 acres of open rolling farmland separated only by fence lines and waterways solidifies this outstanding investment opportunity.  The property features a 4-bedroom two-story home and farm buildings.  The home has been used as a rental for several years adding income potential to this property.  The home and buildings could be renovated, or you could start fresh and build your dream home.  Either way this location is ideal with great access to good traffic corridors.  The farm will be sold by the acre and sells to the highest bidder regardless of price.  The size, location, and possibilities of this property are hard to duplicate.    

OPEN HOUSE: The home will be open for inspection on Tuesday March 3rd from 5-6 PM.  You may also pick up a flyer in the info box on the property and walk the land at your leisure.  

TAXES: Subject property is Ashland County Parcel #L360070000601 and part of L360070000600.  Real Estate taxes are to be determined with the final survey and will be prorated to the date of closing.  Property is located in Ruggles Township, Mapleton Local Schools.   

TERMS: A 10% non-refundable down payment is due at the auction with the balance due at closing withing 45 days.  A 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added to the final bid to determine the purchase price.  All desired inspections need to be completed prior to closing.  Additional details are available at www.RES.bid.  

 

Andy White 419-651-2152 – Joseph Mast – Mary Hartley 419-651-3586 

Seth Andrews, Broker 

Mark your calendar!!
Huge Surplus Auction
Mar 21 @ 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, March 21st,  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, Craftsman, 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, Home Depot, 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 5 pm Saturday or 8-5 on Monday and Tuesday. 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, Steve Jagger, Dean Smith, Dan Limber, Cole Limber, Todd Schling, Ryan LePage, Jr Kriegmont, Apprentice Auctioneer Zach Donley

PLYMOUTH 130 ACRE ABSOLUTE LAND AUCTION
Mar 31 @ 5:30PM EDT (Start)
Good Tillable Land – Great Woods – 3 Parcels 
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PLYMOUTH 130 ACRE ABSOLUTE LAND AUCTION 

Tuesday March 31st - 5:30 PM 

Good Tillable Land – Great Woods – 3 Parcels 

Property is located on the northwest corner of Plymouth East Road and Townline Road 111, as well as on Silliman Road east of Townline Road 111.  Look for RES signs.  

Auction will be held at the Plymouth American Legion, 112 Trux Street, Plymouth.  

REAL ESTATE:  Situated just northeast of Plymouth this property offers desirable tillable and wooded land with an ideal location.  The property will be sold by the acre with the winning bidder having choice of the parcels.  The property sells to the highest bidder with no minimums and no reserves 

Parcel 1: 45 Acres on the corner of Plymouth East and Townline Road 111.  This parcel is nearly entirely tillable with slightly rolling terrain.  This parcel also offers over 2950’ of road frontage securing the soundness of this investment.  Add this to your current land portfolio or invest and watch your money grow here.  Approximately 8 acres is currently planted to wheat with the tenant farmer having the right to harvest the wheat/straw crop.    

Parcel 2: 26.6 acres of wooded outdoorsman paradise.  This property offers a good clean woods with an impressive amount of good young timber.  The abundance of deer and turkey signs is enough to peak any hunting enthusiasts.  This parcel has approximately 240’ of frontage on Plymouth East Road and will also have a 30’ owned access on Silliman Road for easier ingress. 

Parcel 3: 58 Acres of desirable land on Silliman RoadApproximately 45 acres is open and rolling offering desirable tillable farmland.  A small section of woods on the east side offers a few good oak, walnut, and tulip poplar trees as well as good wildlife habitat.  Approximately 22 acres of this parcel are planted to wheat with the tenant farmer having the right to harvest the wheat/straw crop.  Combining this with Parcel 2 would make an ideal farmstead. 

TAXES – LEGAL: Parcel 1 is Huron County parcel #240010010100000 located in New Haven Township, Willard School District.  Current taxes are $932.54 annually and will be prorated to the date of closing.  Parcels 2 & 3 are Huron County parcel #440040030020000 and #440040030030000 located in Ripley Township, South Central Local Schools.  Taxes for both parcels are currently $1,001.34 and will be prorated based on final survey if the parcels sell separate.   

Possession - Inspection: The successful purchaser will have the right to farm any unplanted acres with their down payment and will get possession of the balance of the tillable land after tenant harvests the wheat/straw crop.  Pick up a flyer in the info boxes on the property and walk the land at your leisure.  Please be respectful to the tenant farmer's wheat crop.   

TERMS: A non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price is required 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 final purchase price.  All desired inspections need to be completed prior to bidding.  Additional details can be found at www.RES.bid. 

Auction by order of Silliman Farms, LLC 

Andy White 419-651-2152 – Joseph Mast – Mary Hartley  

Seth Andrews, Broker 

LEXINGTON 99-ACRE ABSOLUTE FARM AUCTION 
Apr 4 @ 10:00AM EDT (Start)
Tillable and Wooded Land – Home & Buildings – Building Lots  Lexington Schools - Offered in 5 Parcels 
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LEXINGTON 99-ACRE ABSOLUTE FARM AUCTION 

Saturday April 4th  

Personal Property 10 AM – Real Estate 12 Noon 

Tillable and Wooded Land – Home & Buildings – Building Lots  Lexington Schools - Offered in 5 Parcels 

Auction will be held on location at 7078 County Road 47, Lexington.  From Lexington take Lexington Steam Corners Road west to State Route 314 then south to right on County Road 47 or from US Rte. 42 take 314 north to left County Road 47.  Watch for RES signs. 

REAL ESTATE:  Situated in the highly desirable Lexington School District, the High Family farm offers predominately tillable land with a good homestead.  Of the total farm approximately 80 acres is currently tillable and pasture.  The balance of the acreage is woods and wildlife habitat.  Situated in the middle of the farm well off the road, the home and buildings offer an ideal setting.  Amenities of the two-story home include the kitchen, dining room, family room, full bath, possible bedroom, and laundry on the first floor.  The upstairs features 3 bedrooms as well as a full bath.  The home could use updating but offers a good base and farmhouse character.  Additional features include an attached 3 car garage, propane heat, and central air.  Improvements on the property include a 60’x80’ pole building used for livestock and 40’x70’ pole building used for equipment storage.  The buildings have had recent updates and provide a variety of uses.  If you are looking for a good gentlemen’s farm, tillable groundwooded hunting land, or a building lot in Lexington School District this property should be at the top of your list.  The farm will be offered in parcels and as a whole selling to the highest bidder with No Minimums and No Reserves. 

Parcel 1: 10.3 Acre lot ideal for your get away dream home.  This parcel offers enough open land on the front for your home and pasture and a wooded wildlife sanctuary in the back.   

Parcel 2: 45.4 acres nearly entirely open and tillable.  The land is open and rolling with good surface drainage and some tile.   

Parcel 3: The home, buildings, and 12.4 acres of open land.  Add this to any of the adjacent parcels for a true Gentleman’s farm.  

Parcel 4: 5-acre open building lot.   

Parcel 5: 26 acres of good open land with woods to the rear.   

Selling Order: We will offer parcel 3 first then parcels 1,2,4, and 5 choice by the acre.  Once an individual is established on each parcel, we will the offer the farm in its entirety.   

OPEN HOUSE:  The home and buildings will be open for inspection on Monday March 16th from 4-6 PM.  Private showings are available through Andy White 419-651-2152.  You may also pick up a brochure in the info box on the property and walk the land at your leisure.   

TAXES – LEGAL: Property is Morrow County parcel #P38-001-00-126-00 and #P38-001-00-124-00, Troy Township, Lexington Schools.  Current taxes are $5,543.92 per year and will be prorated to the day of closing.  Any CAUV recoupment will be at the buyer's expense.  Successful purchaser’s will be given the right to farm prior to closing if weather permits. 

TERMS: A non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price is due 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 purchase price.  All desired inspections need to be completed prior to closing.  Additional information is available at www.RES.bid. 

 

Auction by order of The High Family Trust – Kathryn Joan High, Trustee 

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Andy White 419-651-2152 – Joseph Mast – Mary Hartley – Drew Turner 

Seth Andrews, Broker 

 

Tractors - Farm Equipment – Sheep Equip. - Tools  

 Collectables – Household 

TRACTORS – EQUIPMENT (Sells at 1 PM): John Deere 3020, diesel, open station, nf, 3pt, single remote, 540/1000, 7076 hours (ser#T113R 112672R); John Deere 2510 diesel, open station, wf, 3pt, single remote, 540/1000, (ser#T713R 012284R); Farmall 340 gas, nf, fasthitch, 540, fenders; IH 434 diesel tractor with 185 loader (not running); sharp New Holland 145 single axle manure spreader, dual beaters; NI single axle manure spreader, dual beater (needs new web); New Holland 489 haybine; New Holland 258 rol-a-bar rake; NH 162 4 basket tedder (missing a basket; New Holland 310 baler with chute;  (3) 16’ flatbed hay wagons; (3)Killbros gravity wagons, one with JD gear; 3 bottom 3pt plow; 3 bottom fasthitch plow; 10’ transport disc; 3pt 2 row cultivator; Massey Ferguson grain drill; John Deere 6’ brush hog; 3 pt blade; scrap pile; overhead fuel tanks; and more.  

SHEEP – LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: Detecto 400# dial scale; sheep trimming stands; show boxes; assortment of sheep and livestock supplies; ear tags; feet trimmers; assorted metal and wood gates; wood and metal sheep feeders; poly feeders; water troughs; buckets; dog kennels; chicken nest; chicken feeders/waters; older bee hives;  

MOWER - TOOLS – BARN MISC: Husqvarna 46” zero turn mower; Fimco 12v pull type sprayer; Troy Bilt rear tine rototiller; assorted hand tools: wrenches, sockets, screwdrivers, pliers, etc; rolling toolboxesa few power tools; JobSmart air compressor; air hose; good assortment of garden tools: shovels, rakes, forks, posthole diggers, pruners, brooms; chains and binders; electric motor; Hand crank corn sheller; walking plow; chicken crates; corn jabber; log tongshay hooks; 2 wagon loads of farm misc. 

COLLECTABLES – HOUSEHOLD: DeLaval Pulso Pump oil can; Copper kettle; assorted farm primitives; milk cans; strainer; porcelain insulators; graniteware; lots of glass jars; oil lamps;  

Old sheep and farm magazines; old farm and construction toys; Stanley pocket level; Pioneer Seed anniversary hats; cats meows; assorted glassware; large assortment of Budweiser steins; ducks unlimited steins; all sorts of knick knacks and collectables; vintage cameras; large selection of books; cook books; yard sticks and a few local advertising pieces; games; all sorts of household items; dishes; flatware; kitchen supplies; pots and pans; huge Tupperware collection; all sorts of totes and containers; old pictures and frames; towels and linens; dollies; 48 star flag;  costume jewelry; several sheep pelts; a large selection of box lots; and much, much more.  

FURNITURE - APPLIANCES: marble top high back dresser; oak 3 corner entertainment center; 3 pc. Maple bedroom suite; 3-piece blonde bedroom suite; cedar wardrobe; trunks; blanket chests; chest of drawers; nightstandsWhite treadle sewing machine; Frigidaire refrigerator; Maytag Gemini glass top stove with double oven; microwave; front load washer and dryer.  

 

AUCTION NOTE: A good old farm sale with over 60 years of accumulation.  Auction starts at 10 AM with 2 crews, one on collectables and the other on wagon loads of tools and barn items.  Real Estate sells at noon with equipment at 1. Mark your calendars and bring a friend.  Additional details are available at www.RES.bid.      

Auction by order of The High Family Trust – Kathryn Joan High, Trustee 

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Andy White 419-651-2152 – Joseph Mast – Mary Hartley – Drew Turner 

Seth Andrews, Broker 

 

 

Tractors - Farm Equipment – Sheep Equip. - Tools    Collectables – Household 
Apr 4 @ 10:00AM EDT (Start)
Personal Property 10AM ~ Real Estate 12 Noon
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Tractors - Farm Equipment – Sheep Equip. - Tools  

 Collectables – Household 

7078 County Road 47, Lexington, OH 44904

April 4 - Personal Property 10AM ~ Real Estate 12 Noon

TRACTORS – EQUIPMENT (Sells at 1 PM): John Deere 3020, diesel, open station, nf, 3pt, single remote, 540/1000, 7076 hours (ser#T113R 112672R); John Deere 2510 diesel, open station, wf, 3pt, single remote, 540/1000, (ser#T713R 012284R); Farmall 340 gas, nf, fasthitch, 540, fenders; IH 434 diesel tractor with 185 loader (not running); sharp New Holland 145 single axle manure spreader, dual beaters; NI single axle manure spreader, dual beater (needs new web); New Holland 489 haybine; New Holland 258 rol-a-bar rake; NH 162 4 basket tedder (missing a basket; New Holland 310 baler with chute;  (3) 16’ flatbed hay wagons; (3)Killbros gravity wagons, one with JD gear; 3 bottom 3pt plow; 3 bottom fasthitch plow; 10’ transport disc; 3pt 2 row cultivator; Massey Ferguson grain drill; John Deere 6’ brush hog; 3 pt blade; scrap pile; overhead fuel tanks; and more.  

SHEEP – LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: Detecto 400# dial scale; sheep trimming stands; show boxes; assortment of sheep and livestock supplies; ear tags; feet trimmers; assorted metal and wood gates; wood and metal sheep feeders; poly feeders; water troughs; buckets; dog kennels; chicken nest; chicken feeders/waters; older bee hives;  

MOWER - TOOLS – BARN MISC: Husqvarna 46” zero turn mower; Fimco 12v pull type sprayer; Troy Bilt rear tine rototiller; assorted hand tools: wrenches, sockets, screwdrivers, pliers, etc; rolling toolboxesa few power tools; JobSmart air compressor; air hose; good assortment of garden tools: shovels, rakes, forks, posthole diggers, pruners, brooms; chains and binders; electric motor; Hand crank corn sheller; walking plow; chicken crates; corn jabber; log tongshay hooks; 2 wagon loads of farm misc. 

COLLECTABLES – HOUSEHOLD: DeLaval Pulso Pump oil can; Copper kettle; assorted farm primitives; milk cans; strainer; porcelain insulators; graniteware; lots of glass jars; oil lamps;  

Old sheep and farm magazines; old farm and construction toys; Stanley pocket level; Pioneer Seed anniversary hats; cats meows; assorted glassware; large assortment of Budweiser steins; ducks unlimited steins; all sorts of knick knacks and collectables; vintage cameras; large selection of books; cook books; yard sticks and a few local advertising pieces; games; all sorts of household items; dishes; flatware; kitchen supplies; pots and pans; huge Tupperware collection; all sorts of totes and containers; old pictures and frames; towels and linens; dollies; 48 star flag;  costume jewelry; several sheep pelts; a large selection of box lots; and much, much more.  

FURNITURE - APPLIANCES: marble top high back dresser; oak 3 corner entertainment center; 3 pc. Maple bedroom suite; 3-piece blonde bedroom suite; cedar wardrobe; trunks; blanket chests; chest of drawers; nightstandsWhite treadle sewing machine; Frigidaire refrigerator; Maytag Gemini glass top stove with double oven; microwave; front load washer and dryer.  

 AUCTION NOTE: A good old farm sale with over 60 years of accumulation.  Auction starts at 10 AM with 2 crews, one on collectables and the other on wagon loads of tools and barn items.  Real Estate sells at noon with equipment at 1. Mark your calendars and bring a friend.  Additional details are available at www.RES.bid.      

Auction by order of The High Family Trust – Kathryn Joan High, Trustee 

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Andy White 419-651-2152 – Joseph Mast – Mary Hartley – Drew Turner 

Seth Andrews, Broker 

 

NOW TAKING CONSIGNMENTS
Firearm Consignment Auction
Apr 11 @ 10:00AM EDT (Start)
FIREARM AND BIG BOY TOYS!
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FIREARM CONSIGNMENT AUCTION

Saturday, April 11th @ 10AM

Held at The RES Yard, 375 Fry Rd, Wooster, OH

  Mark your calendars for our next Firearm and Big Boy Toy Consignment auction!  Now taking consignments.  Consign early for supreme advertising. Online bidding.  Call 833-765-3737 for details!  

Andy White - Joseph Mast - Drew Turner - Jake White 

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