Parlett Farm Life Museum - Day Three

by Aumann Auctions, Inc.

When

May 29, 2011 9:00 A.M. Eastern

Where

Parlett Family Farm Mechanicsville, MD

How

Online Only

Notes

A huge day of Farm Antiques of all kinds! This includes items from every kind of building you would find on a farm! From the Smokehouse to the Kitchen, Butchering Shops, Corn Shellers, Bee Keeping Equipment, Trapping, Canning, Oyster Harvesting, Gardening, Distilling, Laundry - you name it! Thousand plus lots!!! Fantastic Items!!!<br> &lt;a href='http://www.aumannauctions.com/index.php?subp=1&amp;slb=1&amp;pbe=1&amp;pbe_aid=39265'&gt;&lt;img border='0' alt='' src='http://www.streamlineworkspace.com/Uploads/1/Proxibid_Live_Online_Bidding_175x140.gif'/&gt;&lt;/a&gt;

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Parlett Farm Life Museum Auctions!!!

 

Farm Life Building

Includes a great assortment of early Farm Culture items, from the Meat House, Spring House,  Bath house, and Farm Kitchen.

Branding Irons; A large variety of Farm Hand Tools, from two prong forks to shovels; Hand Powered Coffee Grinders; Foot Operating Grinding Stones; Early Primitive Tools; Milk Cans; Wooden Wheelbarrow with Ornate Pin striping and Original Paint; Multiple Toledo Scales; Improved Little Giant, Dog Power 1882 Patent;   Sausage Grinders; Early Wooden Smoke Box; Butcher’s Tools; Sausage Presses; Hand Crank Cast Iron Egg Beater/ Mixer, Early!; Large Cast Iron Kettles; Wooden Whiskey Barrels;Large Assortment of Crocks from 1 to 50 gallon;   Milk Stools; Cow Bells; Delaval Cream Separator; Early gas powered Chain Saws; Large Two Man Saws ; Axes; Wooden and Glass Butter Churns; Over 20 Corn Shellers Including Early Wooden Models to Late TinStyles;  Wooden Primitive Corn Grinder; Farmer’s Manufacturing Company Cincinnati, Ohio One Man Seat Operating Cross Cut Saw with Cast Iron Seat; Burlap and Cloth Feed Sacks; Pedaled Sewing Machines Including White; Rail Road Cart; Wooden Belt Operated Washing Machine; Maytag Washing Machines Gas Engine Powered; Large Assortment of Early Laundry Equipment;   Wooden Spinning Wheels, In Different Sizes; Early 1900 Baby Carriage; Ornate Cast Iron Stoves; Canning Stove With Embossed Cattle Profiles; Quality Porcelain Stovetop and Oven; Early Primitive Wooden Cabinets; Early Primitive Wooden Bathtub; Tin and Copper Bathtubs; Early Food Processing Equipment; Early Cider Presses; Cast Iron Atlas Food Processing Stove; 1920’s Radio; Too many items to list! 
 
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Terms of the Auction: 15% Buyers Premium On-Site with a 5% discount for those who pay by cash or check. 15% Buyer’s Premium for All Live Internet and Proxibid Absentee Bids. 15% Buyer’s Premium for Aumann Absentee Bids with a 5% discount for those who pay by cash or check. Please bring a bank letter of guarantee for purchases over $10,000. Information is subject to change. All lots are sold as is, where is, with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. Due diligence is the responsibility of the bidder/buyer. All sales are final. No credit card charge backs will be allowed. Purchases may be removed upon receipt of payment in full. Buyers assume complete responsibility for care of each purchase at time of sale. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. All statements made prior to the sale of any item take precedence over written material and any prior verbal statements. The auction company is not responsible for accidents, thefts, errors or omissions.







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