The Pre ‘30 Auction
Do you have an Early tractor, engine or vehicle and are looking to sell?
Now is your chance! This auction features Pre-1930 tractors, along with early engines and vehicles!
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Rumely Oil Pull 30-60 E-The Model E was both the largest and the longest production tractor in the Rumely Oil Pull line. This circa 1915 example features a factory option air start system. It is a clean Western origin tractor with good gearing and original ignitors still in place. The tractor has been in a well-known collection and shown regularly in and around Indiana for several years.Previous to that it was on display at the Tulare Agricultural Museum in California"
Aultman Taylor 30-60-This nice original tractor (Sn. 4004) has a Kingston 5 ball carburetor, and the canopy brackets are with the tractor. This tractor has been on display and owned by the Central Hawkeye Gas Engine & Tractor Association. It’s a great tractor that has been mostly untouched and has excellent bones for an all original restoration - it's got "the look!”
Avery Model 20-35-This is one of the very first Avery gas tractors ever built, a very early example (serial number 471). It’s an old cosmetic restoration, but it has had a mechanical update by a reputable restoration shop. It's in great mechanical condition, runs great, and is a very rare and hard to find two cylinder opposed tractor. This is an early piece of history!!
International Motor cultivator-This International Motor Cultivator is one of just a few known to exist! It is a complete and running example found years ago on an Indiana farm. It wears an old restoration, and it is one of the most unique. early International Harvester units you can get. They are rare to come to the market, so grab the chance!
Keck-Gonnerman 30-60 Model N-This tractor, Sn. 648, found its home in Pleasant Hill, IL in the late 1920s, along with a threshing machine that it ran for years. Later, it was sold to a farmer in Pittsfield, IL to run a belt-driven rock crusher. It has been recently restored back to original condition with its factory canopy and rear wheel extensions. A LeRoi RA2 engine, Sn. 1423-4, powers the tractor, which also has electric start. This tractor runs and drives well. This tractor was well cared for throughout its life and is not a "pieced together" tractor. All original before restoration with all of the small details and originality that are missing on most tractors of this age. We can't say enough good things about this solid tractor!"
Tillsoil 18-30-Super rare tractor built in Canada, one of just six known. It is missing from many major collections and three of the six tractors known are in museums and will likely never come to market. Serial number 176 is the second-oldest known and is restored with rare rear wheel extensions, brass Schebler carburetor, Bosch 4 cylinder magneto, front wheel skid rings, and rear lugs, adjustable hitch and unique toolbox seat. We've had the privilege of selling this tractor three times in the last 20 years. It started in Kansas, then Illinois, then to Ireland and now back in the states to find its new home!
Emerson Motor Cultivator Tractor-One of only six to eight known and one of just a few that are complete. This is one of the rarest motor cultivators known and is very seldom seen, let alone offered for sale! It’s an older restoration but still very presentable and nice! A running tractor that is ready to go to the show.
IHC Mogul Model 10-20-International began offering the 10-20 Mogul in 1916 as a slightly more powerful and improved tractor over the 8-16. It came with a larger engine, two forward gears, and fenders. International ended production in 1919 after producing nearly 9,000 units. This example, Sn. BC9304, is a late-model tractor that has been restored and is in excellent running condition.All photos courtesy of Lee Klancher"
Keck-Gonnerman 25-50 ZW-Keck-Gonnerman introduced the 25-20 in 1928 and production ran until 1930. This tractor, Sn. 3866, is a type 2 and was believed to have been the first four bottom plow tractor in Arcola, IL! It utilizes a Waukesha CHK engine, Sn. 376370, and was last used on a 28-inch separator from the K-G line. It was originally sold with rubber tires but has been switched over to 30-60 K-G steel wheels.
Reeves 32-110 Traction Engine-This 32-110 was believed to have been originally used for belt work only on a farm in North Dakota. It has extremely nice gearing and the drawbar shows little to no wear. The engine is a rare US 32 Double Simple, making it one of very known to exist. The boiler is 2 row lap seam style and will need extensive work. A monster rare engine with great bones to be something really special! Big and rare!
Keck-Gonnerman Model Z-One of six model Z tractors known and only one of two
known with the Buda YRC engine! This late, Type 2 Model Z was originally sold in Battleground, IN. Early model Zs used a YRA engine, which was later replaced with the YRC in 1932. This tractor is on cut down wheels, has a stuck clutch and engine, and is in need of a carburetor and manifold. The tractor is Sn. 2943 and is the last known Z serial number. This is a very rare example with side curtains - one of the rarest Keck-Gonnerman tractors in existence and worthy of a ground-up restoration!"
Rumely OilPull 30-50 Y-The Model Y was short-lived for Rumely, with total production topping out at 245 units. It was actually the same tractor as a 25-45 R with minor adjustments done to raise the engine RPM. Of the 245 total units, 100 of them were actually converted type Rs. This Y is in great mechanical shape and wears an older restoration with a canopy. New rubber has been added to the rear wheels recently.
Rumely 16-30 H-Advance-Rumely began selling the 14-28 model in 1917, and then was upgraded slightly and it sold as a 16-30 after 1918. This example is Sn. 7648. It still retains much of its original paint. It also utilizes an American Bosch DU2 magneto for ignition. One neat feature for this tractor is that it has a cast Canadian dealer tag on the inside of the fender.
Rumely 12-20 Model K-The smallest of the Rumely Heavyweight tractors, this Model K wears an older restoration and runs well. It has the distinctive Rumely Oil Pull exhaust stack that appears on the larger OilPulls of the line. It has parade rubber on front and rear wheels."
Rumely OilPull 25-45 X-The Model X was marketed by Rumely as a “Super Powered" tractor that could handle a 4 bottom. This example has been mechanically restored and runs and drives well. It is ready to hit the fields or be cosmetically restored.
Rumely OilPull 25-45 X-The Model X was built from 1928 to 1930 with production ending at around 2,400 units. This runs and drives very well and has been shown many times over the years. It is complete with rubber lugs on the rear and rubber skid rings on the front. It has a canopy and is ready for the parades!
Rumely OilPull 15-25 L-The Model L was the smallest of the "Light-weight" OilPull series of tractors. These tractors were sold and built from 1924 to 1927. This example has been mechanically and cosmetically restored. It runs and drives well and is ready for the shows!
Russell 16-48 Traction Engine-This Russell, engine no. 15425, was built on a Universal boiler and is an older repaint. The boiler has had work previously done in Iowa, although it has no paperwork. The gearing is in fair condition. Owned by the Central Hawkeye Gas Engine & Tractor Association, it has been on display at their show for many years.
International 10-20 Titan-The 10-20 Titan was a wildly successful tractor for International Harvester. Over 78,000 10-20s were built from 1916 to 1922 with small updates over the years but still retaining it's core design. This tractor, Sn. 69042, has a clutch pulley, original KW magneto, and a cast seat.
1928 Rumely Do-All-Offered from 1928 to 1931, the Do-All was sold as a type of convertible tractor. Rumely advertised that it could be swapped from a four wheel tractor to a three wheel cultivator tractor in 30 minutes. It is powered by a Waukesha four cylinder engine that made up to 20 brake horsepower. This example was restored in 2006.
Hart Parr 12-24-After selling the 12-24 Model E since 1924, Hart Parr began marketing the Model H in 1928. It maintained all of the features as the E but had a slightly larger bore. This Model H, Sn. 38357, has been restored with many new parts. Some new parts include: radiator, fuel tank, and fenders. It runs well and is ready for the shows!
Hart Parr 16-30-Hart Parr released both the 16-30 and 12-24 in 1924. The 16-30 production ended after only two years with a total production of 1,200 units. This example, Sn. 23193, has Pennsylvania Special wheels with optional lugs designed for road work. It has been restored with many new parts and is ready for this show season!
Hart Parr 28-50-The 28-50 model was the last tractor released by Hart Parr before its merger with Oliver. After their release, the radiators were found to be insufficient at cooling the engine and were updated to the larger size found on this tractor. This tractor, Sn. 71112, is still in its work clothes and is ready to hit the field!
1929 Greyhound Tractor-After Allis Chalmers struck a deal with Banting Mfg. Co. in 1927, Banting began building the Greyhound tractors and Allis Chalmers would sell them. This tractor runs well and has parade rubber on both front and rear wheels. It also has the original exhaust whistle!
Tructor Tractor-J. B. Love was trying to find an easier way to get his produce to market and decided to take matters into his own hands. He took a Ford Model B engine, transmission and rear end and came up with the Tructor. It was capable of doing both work in the field and traveling 40 MPH on the road. This example has been meticulously restored and is a real show stopper!
Wallis OKO- Wallis introduced the OK model in 1923 and announced its orchard version that same year. It was marketed as the "OKO 15" and featured full orchard sheet metal, an overall lower profile, and solid front wheels. This is believed to be one of around five known OK orchard models to exist.
Wallis 12-20 Orchard-Introduced in 1929, the 12-20 model was the companion to the larger 20-30 model. This is believed to be one of around 20 12-20 orchards known to exist. It is in fantastic, original condition with decals still visible on the orchard sheet metal on the fenders.
Wallis 20-30 Orchard-The 20-30 Wallis was the first tractor produced by Massey-Harris after it bought the J.I Case Plow Works factory in Racine, Wisconsin. J.I. Case had actually developed the 20-30 orchard and Massey-Harris continued to offer it after the takeover. This is believed to be the only 20-30 orchard model known to exist. It is a nice, original tractor with round spoke wheels and brand new Firestone tires.
Shaw High Crop Conversion-Shaw Mfg. Co. built tractor conversions for both Ford model As and Ts during the 1930s. These kits utilized the engine and part of the automobile chassis. This is an exceedingly rare high crop version and has been completely restored. It was taken down to the bare frame and built back from there. This would make a great piece for a car or tractor collector!
1919 Case 15-27 Crossmotor-The 15-17 model was the second model that utilized Case's new one-piece frame. It was later revamped in 1925 and became the 18-32. This example, Sn. 24502, is a 1919, making it a first-year production tractor. It has many features, including a seldom-seen front axle extension, rear wheel extensions, and Berling magneto.
Huber Model LC-Huber began selling the Model LC in 1936. It was an improved model over the SC. This example, Sn. 13355, was sold with many options including electric start, pneumatic tires, and a factory 12 mph road gear. It has undergone a complete cosmetic and mechanical restoration just before the auction!
Huber Model 40-62-Huber began offering the 25-50 model in 1926 but during 1929 it was updated to closer reflect its actual horsepower. During the Nebrasksa Tests it actually recorded nearly 70 belt hp and 50 drawbar horsepower. This example has an older restoration and full canopy.
1937 Huber HS-Real survivor tractor! Model HS tractor originally sold to Tippacanoe County (you can still see lettering) with a FACTORY CAB!!! It also has special order front wheels. Later this tractor was used on a threshing ring and still has the thresherman’s name painted on the cab. What a find!
MM JTO-After a couple of successful years with the model JT tractors, Minneapolis Moline expanded the line to both standard and orchard models. This example has features such as two sets of MM 22 cast rear wheel weights, orchard grill guard, and cast front wheels. It has been repainted and is in good running condition.
Allis Chalmers U-The model U was a very successful tractor for Allis Chalmers with production running just over 20 years! This example, Sn. 8500, is on full steel and has been repainted at some time.
Twin City 17-28-The 17-28 was one of the tractors that was first offered by Minneapolis Threshing Co. and later Minneapolis Moline after the merger. This Twin City is Sn. 29966 making it a 1929 model. It still has some of its original paint left, has been put on pneumatic tires, and is in great running condition
1923 Fordson-Used by a multitude of industries due to its low cost and general reliability, the Fordson Industrial was the choice for many businesses. It had options available to suit any job or terrain like heavy wheels with hard rubber tires seen on this tractor. This tractor runs and drives."
Live Steam Case Traction Engine Engine-Very nice model measuring 43” long and 21” tall (top of governor), the rear wheels measure 12”
24hp Minneapolis Traction Engine-This 24HP Minneapolis was built in the late teens at the Hopkins, Minnesota factory. An engine of this size is great as an all around engine plowing, threshing, or sawing. Minneapolis engines are built to last, as there are many heavy duty castings on them. This 24HP Minneapolis - has fair gearing and will last a collector a long time. Overall the engine is very complete, including the gear oiler "Bean Pot" and it includes two injectors. This engine had sat in Illinois for a long time, and in the 90's was purchased and restored to running order. If you are looking to get into the hobby this would be a great engine to start with!
Huber Light Four-The Light Four model was sold by Huber starting in 1916 and quickly became a popular model. It was offered by
Huber until 1929. This example is in good running condition and it appears the engine has been gone through at some point in time."
Fageol Tractor-Rare true barn find Faegol tractor! It’s pretty unreal that there could be a tractor this rare and this hard to find that has been tucked away in the shed for nearly 70 years! That is the story on this barn fresh find out of California. This tractor has never been repainted and still shows quite a bit of original paint. When our seller contacted us, we told him to leave it just as he found it! The thrill of a “rust-oration” is all yours! A real survivor!
John Deere AR-Older restoration, On full steel
Hart Parr 18-36-Sn. 90195, Model H, Runs, older restoration. "
Avery 25-50 Chasis-A great tractor for any collector looking for a project! This is a rolling frame that has an original round tube radiator.
1913 International High Wheeler-This is an exceptional example of the Model MW Autowagon! All of the hard work is done. Very complete truck with all of the IHC bells and whistles. It is Sn. 3020, restored, water cooled model, two cylinder opposed engine, Schebler carburetor, correct IHC headlamps, side lamps and tail lamp, Heinze round bar magneto and rear seat. This is an older restoration, but really nice! It presents very well and is probably the best-restored Autowagon we've sold in many years. It starts easy, runs great, and is all around a turn-key, ready-to-roll truck!"
International Auto Buggy-International announced its Auto-buggy in 1907. This buggy, Sn. 203D, is an early leather dash model that uses an air cooled engine. It was purchased from a museum in the Midwest where it had been sitting since the 50s. The buggy top is in original condition, along with the two IHC head lamps. This would be a great addition to an IHC tractor collection!
International Auto Wagon-After 1912, International Harvester decided to go forward just building trucks for the automobile market and drop its buggy line. This truck is believed to be a circa 1913 Model MA truck. The body and some of the sheet metal were rebuilt sometime in the 1970s. The air-cooled engine still has its original “round bar” style magneto. The wheels and tires are in great condition.
1926 Model TT Ford Truck with "C" cab and Express Bed-Restored in 2014, this Model TT has been completely gone through and is ready for the shows. Some of the highlights include: rebuilt motor, pistons rods, valves, etc., new gas tank, tires, tubes, radiator, restored body, paint, top and oak floor in bed. The "C" portion of the cab is clad with oak and varnished exterior sealer. It also has an optional Ruckstell rear end.
1923 Ford Model T-Old repaint, non-running project
Ford Model T Coupe-Introduced in 1908, the Model T was Ford's first mass production vehicle. It produced over 15 million units until it ceased production in 1927. This Coupe model has been repainted with updated interior, and is ready for the road!
1917 International Model K Truck-Older restoration, Wood flat bed
1905 Foos 7hp Type S Portable-This engine is considered to be one of the earliest Foos Portables, vintage 1905. Engine is a factory portable mounted on a classic Bettendorf Cart. Engine has wipe spark ignition, disc crank and runs on propane or gasoline. Features a recent restoration and is in excellent running condition.
New Holland 1/2hp-Considered to be circa 1910, this engine has had a recent show quality finish in the beautiful factory red color along with correct gold pin-striping. The engine is in excellent running condition and is mounted on a New Holland style cart with brass muffler.
New Holland 1-1/2hp-Rare early high base Sn. 333 with many very early features
including raised letters on the water hopper, heavy flywheel rim, early style muffler, fuel pump, pre-oil cup, brass rod. Engine is in very good running condition with original finish and is mounted on a New Holland No. 11 style cart. Circa 1905."
New Holland 2hp-Very nice original finish engine with ignitor ignition on a factory No. 11 New Holland cart. Engine is in excellent running condition and features the factory fuel funnel tube and two belt pulleys of different size on each flywheel. Sn. 9476.
Olds 15hp Engine-The second largest engine of this style. It has been completely restored and sits on a cart with a reproduction wood seat. This engine runs well.
Olds 8hp Engine-This 8hp has been meticulously restored back to original condition. It sits on an I-beam frame cart and has a reproduction wood seat. This engine runs well.
McVicker 4hp-Engine is an excellent example of the McVicker gearless
engine design. This engine is in all original finish and is in excellent running condition. Engine is on a cart and has a friction drive Wizard dynamo on a factory mount."
New Way 7hp-This engine is the scarce 2-cylinder air cooled opposed model. Engine has had recent full mechanical restoration, runs great and features correct “New Way” oilers. Engine is on a cart and has a cast tag featuring the selling dealer’s name.
Gade 6hp-A true air-cooled engine, this Gade is in excellent running condition and is mounted on an appropriate size cart with battery box featuring factory style logo. Engine features a fuel pump and early design ported exhaust.
Domestic Stove Pipe 1-1/2hp-Rare example of the push rod version of the Stove Pipe engine. Engine is in excellent running condition and with a super original finish factory cart.
Armstrong 6hp Portable Engine-With a governor system that works opposite of most engines, this portable is a unique engine. It runs well and has nice straight running flywheels. The head has been welded in a few different places but is otherwise in good original condition.
Olds 1-1/2hp-Manufactured by the Seager Engine Works, and distributed by the Rumely Products Co. this engine is a superb outstanding original example with factory decals and markings, two tone color-red and green. Engine has its original battery box and coil, is mounted on a correct type cart and is in excellent running condition.
Mogul Jr. 1hp-Engine is an outstanding example of factory original finish. Mounted on a correct factory 2-wheel cart with colorful decals still present. Engine is in excellent running condition with correct funnel on the water hopper.
New York Browny 1hp-Supposedly one of two in existence, this unique design features the fuel tank mounted above the water hopper. Origin is from New York state and most likely was made for a local market. Engine is in 100% original finish, has a flyball style governor, unusual brass carburetor and lots of brass components.
Associated 1hp-Very good original example of this rare small size engine. Engine Runs well and has original embossed Associated fuel tank and large early style rotary magneto.
Brownwall 1hp-A later example built by Brownwall in Holland, Michigan. This example is in wonderful original condition with the bright factory decal on its hopper. It has a correct size cart with battery box, utilizes high tension ignition, and is in running condition.
Economy Sparta 1hp-Rarer size in very good original finish on factory butcher block cart. 1910 vintage in running condition with seldom seen cam style governor.
Economy XK 6hp-Great example of the later style throttle governed Economy engine. Features Wico magneto and is in very good running condition of a factory drop cart. Original finish all around.
Fairbanks Morse Z 3hp-Engine is mounted on a common base with direct connect gear pump - a rare factory combination. The engine has an older restoration and features a type R rotary magneto with taper t spark slug adapter.
Fairbanks Morse T 2hp-This engine is in excellent running condition and is mounted on a truck with copper water tank and correct muffler pot. This is a truly rare example of a heavy flywheel Electric Lighting type engine.
Galloway Hand Andy 1hp-Considered Galloways's last engine design, this "House Hold" type engine is rated at 1-1/4hp and was designed to work with smaller power needs such as the home washing machine or farm cream separator.
IHC Famous Spraying Engine 2 HP-This two-owner engine was removed from the original
barn in upstate New York. It has nice original paint and pinstriping along with an original tool box that still has its original coil! This example is a spraying engine, which are more uncommon than pumping engines. A reproduction spraying/pumping gear and gear base and water pump have been added."
IHC 1-1/2hp M-Nice original finish engine. Engine is the rarer early understrike ignitor model. Engine is on original factory M cart, running condition and was manufactured in 1919.
IHC 6hp M-Engine is the popular overstrike ignitor version and is in great running condition on a factory M cart.
IHC 6hp M-This engine has had a full mechanical restoration and runs perfect. Engine features excellent original finish with factory stenciling on skids. Wico magneto with spark plug ignition Does not include cart that it sitting on in the pictures
IHC 6hp M-This is the later style spark plug version with Wico magneto. Engine has an outstanding restoration in the correct factory finish and is mounted on factory M cart
IHC 6hp M-Engine is the early and rare understrike version in great running condition on factory M cart with very good original finish.
Mogul 1hp-Recently coming off a farm in Canada, this Mogul is an excellent original. Mounted on a factory 2-wheel cart with rarely seen wheel locks. This engine is in great running condition with a super original finish.
Witte 12hp-Later style Witte throttle governed kerosene engine. Engine features older restoration, Wico magneto ignition and is mounted on a stylish cart and is in very good running condition.
Witte Diesel Electric 10hp-Typical factory common base engine-generator rig. Engine is in original finish and running condition. Generator has had recent electrical shop service and inspection and is in good condition with newer rubber drive belts.
Economy 1hp Sparta-Rarer size in very good original condition with flyball governor, running condition on factory butcher block cart. Vintage 1912.
Fairbanks 3hp Morse Z-Engine has great original finish and is mounted on correct factory cart. Engine is in good running condition with old repair on the head. Engine features magneto with spark plug ignition.
Fairbanks 10hp Morse Y-The smallest of the Y series, this engine is an outstanding example of original factory finish. Engine is in excellent running condition, is mounted on a cart with self-contained cooling tank, propane tank and burner.
Root & Vandervoort 1hp-A great original example of the early flyball governed engine manufactured for the John Deere Plow Co. Engine is in very good running condition, is on a cart and features the correct hopper lid cover.
Crossley 3.5hp Side Shaft-Engine is a Type P1060 and is tank cooled. It is a side shaft engine, uses a magneto and is complete with a pot muffler. It wears and older repaint and is mounted on a wood frame cart.
Ruston Hornsby 230 A.P.-This engine, Sn. 120716, is in nice original condition. It features a side shaft, is hopper cooled, and has a side shaft driven magneto. Engine has some light bright work done.
I.G. Lorenz 3-4hp-Engine is Sn. 7056 and wears an older paint job. It’s mounted on a cart along with a riveted cooling tank. It features a side shaft, is tank cooled, and has a side shaft driven magneto.
Crossley 3.5hp-Engine is a Type 1060 and is hopper cooled. It is a side shaft engine, uses a magneto and has a hopper mounted
fuel tank. It wears an older repaint and is mounted on a steel frame skid."
Petters Junior 5hp-Engine is a tank cooled design that wears an older restoration. It is mounted on a cart along with its cooling tank.
Powell 4-5hp-This engine, Sn. 4266, is in nice running condition. It utilizes a Webster magneto for ignition and is mounted on a wood steel cart with wood accents.
Wolseley 1.5hp Sheep Shearing Co.-Engine is Sn. 20972, and is a type WDII. It's a small vertical model that is hopper cooled. It uses a WICO magneto for ignition and is mounted on a cart.
Wolseley 1.5hp Sheep Shearing Co.-Engine is Sn. 25612, and is a type WD8. It's a small vertical model that is hopper cooled. It uses a WICO magneto for ignition and is mounted on a cart.
Ruston Hornsby 2hp-Engine is Sn. 177431, and is a type GBT. It has a single flywheel and a small v-belt pulley. It’s mounted on a wheel barrow style cart.
Petters 1.5hp-A nice 1.5hp example of a Petters engine. It is Sn. 10452 and is a type M engine. It has a small mechanical lubricator, gear driven magneto, and a correct muffler.
Amanco 2-3hp-Made in England, this engine is Sn. 28998. Engine has an angle mounted high tension magneto and comes with a crank. It wears an older paint and is mounted on a cart.
Petters 6hp Vertical-A nicely restored, hopper cooled Petters engine. This engine, Sn. 65789, utilizes a gear driven magneto, mechanical lubricator, and spark plug ignition. It is mounted on a steel frame cart.
Ruston Hornsby 2hp PR-Nice original paint engine that is mounted on a steel skid. It is Sn. 158318, and has great original decals on the sides of the hopper. It is an open crank design and utilizes a WICO high tension magneto for ignition.
Bamford 2.5hp-Built in England, this engine is Sn. 2021. It is a typical push rod design engine with a Webster magneto for ignition. It is mounted on steel tubing.
R.A. Lister 2hp-A small, single flywheel engine design. It has been repainted and has a chain driven magneto, although it has no chain. The tag is also missing.
R.A. Lister 2hp-A small, single flywheel engine design. It has been repainted and has a chain driven magneto. This example is Sn. 154022 and is a type 26D2H.
Early 2hp National Engineering Pumping Engine-Engine is an early style with brass thread in igniter and pendulum governor. It has a few old repairs. The flywheel runs true and it has good compression.
John Deere 3hp E Engine-Original paint, great compression, hot magneto, has brazed head
IHC 6hp M Engine-A rare understrike version, this engine has great compression and runs excellent with a hot type R magneto. The head has an old repair.
Upright Bates and Edmonds Tank Cooled Engine-A great project engine! The engine is complete other than missing the carburetor and fuel pump. It has a cast brass tag. The jacket has an older repair on it.
International 1hp Mogul-This engine, Sn. W17321, runs very well and is mounted on a skid. It has been repainted in the past and has old braze on pushrod guide.
Ideal 1.5hp Upright Engine-Engine has the original teapot carburetor and utilizes an igniter for ignition. It's mounted on a two wheel “wheelbarrow" style cart. It runs very nicely!
Kalamazoo 2hp 4 Cycle Engine-A rare engine built by the Burtt Mfg. Co. It is one of a few known to exist. It has no welds that are visible but is missing a few parts.
Schmidt Chilled Cylinder 3hp Engine-This Model H engine, Sn. 5093, runs well and is mounted on an Electric wheel cart. It utilizes battery and coil ignition along with a brass mixer.
Caille Inboard Boat Motor Engine-Originally used as a boat engine, this engine now has been mounted to a skid. It has its factory transmission and lots of original paint and pin-striping.
London 3-4hp Vertical-Although theses engines were built in London, Ontario, they closely resemble Michigan built Novo engines. This example is in mostly original condition with a few castings that appear to have been repainted. It utilizes a battery and a high tension coil for ignition. The flat belt pulley has been welded at the hub.
Novo 2hp Vertical-Engine is in original condition and appears to be complete. It has some original paint left but is missing its tag.
Fuller and Johnson 1-1/2hp-A great project engine.
Fairbanks 3hp Z-Engine is mounted on a homemade cart and wears an older restoration. It utilizes a low tension magneto and is Sn. 362773.
Witte 2hp Engine-A headless design engine by Witte. This example, Sn. 54045, has been repainted and is mounted on a cart. It has a belt pulley and uses a battery and high tension coil ignition.
Aeromotor Pump Jack Engine-Mounted on its original cast base, this pumping engine is nearly complete but will need an igniter trip arm. It is still in original condition.
Domestic 4hp Side Shaft-Known mainly for their pumping engines, Domestic
produced a wide variety of engines. This 4hp has been previously repainted. It uses a WICO magneto for ignition
and sits on a steel frame cart."
Witte 4hp-This engine, Sn. 26922, is a headless design. It is mounted on a cart and is setup for battery and high tension coil ignition.
Witte 2hp-A headless design engine by Witte. This example, Sn. 18366, has been repainted and is mounted on a cart. It has a round fuel tank, crank guard, belt pulley, and uses a battery and high tension coil ignition.
United 1-3/4hp-Engine has been repainted and is mounted on wooden skids. It has a gear drive magneto base but will need a magneto. It also has a brass mixer.
Economy 1-1/2hp-Nice engine that wears an older restoration. It has a Webster magneto and is mounted on a wood skid.
Worthington Ingeco 1-1/2hp-This model W, Sn. 33690, has been repainted and is mounted on a steel frame cart. It utilizes a Webster magneto for ignition, has a belt pulley, and a hand crank.
Stover 4hp-This Stover, Sn. T88362, includes some neat details like an agent tag from Krakaure, Zork & Moye dealers in Chihuahua, Mexico. It also has its original gasoline/kerosene mixer. A Webster magneto is used for ignition. Engine is mounted on a cart and runs very well.
Foos 15hp Engine Governor-Original govornor
IHC Famous Pumping Engine Walking Beam parts-Unmachined reproduction parts
White & Middleton governor-Original governor for a White & Middleton gas engine, believe for a 12 HP or larger engine"
The Ingeco 4hp Engine-Sn. 6505, type AL engine, mounted on wooden skids, nice original engine with igniter and magneto, rocker arm mount has repairs, flat belt pulley
International 1-1/2hp Understrike M-Sn. A20142M, nice greasy original engine with original lettering on the hopper, mounted on cart, flat belt pulley
Economy 2-1/2hp E Engine-Sn. 167480, nice original engine with a lot of original paint and lettering, mounted on cart, Webster Tri-Polar magnteo, head has been cracked
Waterloo Boy 1-1/2hp Model K Engine-Sn. 206430, rare Kerosene model, Webster Tri-polar magneto, tin crankguard, flat belt pulley
1907 IHC 4hp Tray Cooled Famous-Sn. SA1245E, Nice 4hp mounted on an original running gear, clutch pulley, original cooling tank, repainted in 1940s, runs well!
Other Great Items
NOS John Deere Hayloader!-Amazing piece of John Deere history still in the original shipping crate! Never assembled!
Avery Family Combination Safe - Amazing piece of the Avery Co. history! This safe was removed from the Avery ranch house. The Avery ranch was used to experiment and develop early Avery farm machinery. The safe is mark R.H. and C.M. Avery at the top of the door.
International Harvester IHC Gas Globe-Extremely rare globe! Comes with wooden display block that has a socket installed.
Invincible Threshing Machine-This incredible Roberts, Throp & Company threshing machine was sold as the Invincible around 1896. This impressive machine comes to us from The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, MI. They have decided to offer this beautiful thresher to collectors in order to make more room in the display area of the museum. It’s in excellent condition – still having the paper instruction label insidethe toolbox lid. A true treasure that was saved in the early days of collecting.
Powers Well Boring Machine - made by LISLE mfg. Clarinda, Iowa. Includes 3- auger bits and 4 extension pipes to drill deeper. This makes a great working display at a vintage power show. or just a great piece of history to add to a collection.
Keck-Gonnerman Half Round Water Wagon - older repaint
Keck-Gonnerman Square Tank Water Wagon - older repaint
Keck-Gonnerman Seed Treater - repainted, on stand
Keck-Gonnerman Wooden Seed Cleaner - Nice original with stenciling visible, No. 1 size
Keck-Gonnerman Martin Special Beaner - Nice original unit in running condition, powered by a Chrysler gas engine, mounted on B52 bomber wheels
Keck-Gonnerman Indiana Special Thresher - Nice original thresher with great decals and stenciling, all new belting, ready to run!
Case Model 20-40 Rear Wheel Extensions - 24" extension
Case Disc Plow-Great plow to hook up behind your prairie tractor!
Massey Harris Disc Plow-Nice original plow that would look great behind an original patina tractor!
McCormick Twine Display Items-Nice original twine binder cylinder with great logo. Includes an original twine roll along with a “The Story of Twine” by International Harvester
Original IHC Genuine Parts Hat-Great original hat for an early IHC dealer/parts man.
International Harvester Farm Machines Sign-Rare! Original IHC-McCormick Deering sand painted sign, wood framed, single sided, measures 118” x 28”, includes original wooden trim for outside framing
International Harvester Centennial Coin Dealer Display-Large display coins mounted on display, each coin measures 17-1/2” in dimeter, One features Cyrus-McCormick and the other The Reaper. Produced in 1931
McCormick Deering Cream Separator Oil Cans-Includes: (2) One gallon oil cans, (2) half-gallon oil cans - each a different style, (1) quart oil can. Also includes original Separator oil can create!
Early Wooden Pedal Car-Nice original paint pedal car, wire rim wheels, hood is wrapped with sheet metal, measures 48” x 32”
Early National Pedal Car-Nice original paint pedal car, wire rim wheels, Seat back, hood, and “fuel tank” are sheet metal, measures 38” x 20”
Lunkenheimer 3 Whistle Setup-Lunkenheimer manifold, Three single chime Buckeye top whistles with bells measuring 1-1/2”, 2”, and 2-1/2” in diameter
Buckeye 3 Chime Whistle-Bell measures 9-1/4” long(including finial) and 3-1/2” in diameter, has 3/4” Crane valve
Buckeye Single Chime Whistle-Bell measures 5” long and 2-1/2” in diameter, no makers mark
Brass 4 Chime Whistle-Bell measures 4-1/4” long by 2” in dimeter, stamped 42785, Crane 1/2” valve
Buckeye Single Chime Whistle-Stamped Buckeye Brass Works on the bell,
Buckeye Single Chime Whistle-Bell measures 8-1/4” long by 4” in diameter
Buckeye 3 Chime Whistle-Stamped Buckeye Brass Works on the bell, bell measures 6-1/4” long by 2-3/4” in diameter
Port Huron 3 Chime Steam Whistle-Brass, measures 2-3/4” in diameter,
Buckeye 3 Chime Whistle-Bell measures 10-1/4” and 4” in diameter, Lunkenheimer valve stamped 200"
Large Brass Steam Whistle-
Allis Chalmers Neon Clock-Rare AC Neon! Reverse painted glass front, clock and neon work! Measure 18” across the face
Allis Chalmers Neon Sign-Nice original neon with glass front! Good color from neon! Measures 22” x 12-1/2”
OilPull Cup Grease Can-Nice original OilPull grease can!
Early Illinois License Plates
Reeves Headlight Bracket-Original condition, has a piece broken off of it
Reeves Headlight Bracket-Recast, needs machining
30-60 Keck-Gonnerman Rear Wheel Extensions-Original set!
KW High Bar Magneto
Early Kerosene Headlamp-Nice original glass, inside in great condition
(3)Steam Funnel-Original condition
Gaar-Scott Line Steam Gauge-M. Rumely Co., Great pressure gauge for a Rumely or Gaar-Scott engine!
Gas Traction/Big 4 Plow Guide -Nice original plow guide. This would make an awesome addition to your tractor!
Prints From The Roger and Melissa Johnson Collection
John Deere Gilpin Plow Print-Frame measures 28-1/2” by 34-1/2”
John Deere Gilpin Plow Original-Frame measures 24-1/2” by 30-1/2”
Kemp Burpee Mfg. Tin Sign-Super nice original with great color and graphics, embossed faux trim, painted tin lithograph for the “Success” manure spreader, measures 27-1/2” x 19-1/2”, has some small rust spots
“Deere Vehicles Are All Right” Lithograph-Frame measures 31-1/2” by 21-1/2”
1887 Deere and Co. Calendar-Frame measures 15-1/2” by 19-1/2”
The Dain Double Geared Mill-Frame measures 30” by 22-1/2”
Velie Motor Corp. Poster-Unused dealer poster Frame measures 40-1/2” by 30-1/2”
Deere and Mansure Hay Loader Lithograph-Frame measures 27” by 34”
Waterloo Gasoline Engine Co. Poster-Frame measures 38-1/2” by 35-1/2”
John Deere Plow Print-Frame measures 28” by 35”
Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. Dealer Poster-Fantastic example that was found by Roger behind another poster. The two were separated by a curator and it was framed and matted behind UV glass. Frame measures 32” by 38”
Reproduction Sheet Metal
Rumely 16-30 Gear Guard; Farmall F12/F14 Fenders; Minneapolis Moline 17-30 air stack; IHC W-30 side curtains(2 pair); Case C side curtain; Case 15-27/18-32 air cleaner assembly; Case 12-20 air cleaner assembly; International 10-20 Titan air cleaner assembly; John Deere D (Late) Hood (2); Case C Hood; Cletrac Side Curtains (Pair)
Case 9-18 Fold Out Poster; Advance-Rumely Tractor Winch for 16-30 tractors; Avery Power Farming and Threshing; Avery Power Farming Full Line Catalog; Aultman Taylor Machine Company Full Line Catalog; 1923 Avery Bulldog Line Catalog; Aultman Taylor Gasoline-Kerosene Tractor Catalog; Aultman Taylor “Builders of the Better Kind..” Catalog; The Big Four Thirty Catalog; Avery Full Line Catalog - “It pays to Avery-ize”
International Harvester Dealer’s Catalog-Rare untouched dealer’s catalog that includes phenomenal literature!! International Auto Wagon “The Commercial Car” - 24 pages; IHC Titan Gasoline Tractors - 32 pages; IHC Mogul Junior Tractor - 11 pages; IHC Mogul Tractor - 40 pages; Dairymaid Cream Separator - 32 pages; CB&Q corn planters - 20 pages; IHC Feed Grinders - 20 pages; International Feed Grinders - 16 pages, IHC Sprayers - 24 pages;
IHC Cookie Cutter-Nice original cookie cutter that embosses the cookies put out by International Harvester with the “IHC” logo, measures 3” in diameter
International Auto Wagons Catalog-Early 24 page catalog, covers the many different styles along with different bodies, centerfold, includes information on the 2 cylinder engine design
IHC 10-20 Mogul Tractor Catalog-16 pages, stamped “Enginnering File Copy”, colorized centerfold, shows 12-25 Mogul on rear cover, measures 7-1/2” x 10”,
IHC Mogul Oil Tractor Catalog-Nice catalog showing 8-16, 15-30, 12-25, and 30-60 Mogul tractors, 32 pages, rough cover edges, punched for 3 ring binder, nice colorized photo of 8-16 for a centerfold
International 10-20 Titan Brochure-Single sided brochure for the Titan, from Ruge and Wilke Dealers in Beecher, ILL., mounted on backing, measures 7” x 9.5”
IHC 8-16 Mogul Mailer-Nice foldout mailer with colorized photos, measures 16” x 23-1/2” unfolded, has tearing along creases along with areas that have been taped, mailed to a Nissley in Manheim, PA
IHC 8-16 Mogul Pamphlet-7 pages, nice colorized centerfold! Great condition, punched for dealer binder, measures 7-3/4” x 9-3/4”
IHC Mogul Oil Tractor Catalog-Nice catalog, covers both 8-16 and 12-25 Mogul tractors, also has some engine information, punched for 3 ring binder, measures 7-3/4” x 9-3/4”, 28 pages
Advance-Rumely Booklet-44 pages, From James W. McLaren dealer in Hockingport, OH, shows gas tractors, a traction engine, separators and other equipment, measures 4” x 9”
Rumely OilPull Tractor Catalog Catalog-Nice color front, 32 pages catalog, shows Lightweight tractors, covers X, W, Y, and Z models, measures 8” x 9”
Rumely OilPull Full Line Catalog-Great condition, 40 pages, features gas tractors with some colorized factory photos and a neat centerfold, also has information on skid engines
“Super-Powered” Rumely OilPull Tractors Trifold-Trifold brochure for the 20-30 and 25-40 tractors, measures 12-1/2” x 9-3/4”, has some staining along edges
Minneapolis Power Farming Machinery Catalog-Late ’20-early ’30 catalog, features the 17-30 gas tractor along with equipment, measures 7-3/4” x 10”
Advance-Rumely Full Line Catalog-44 pages, covers gas tractors and equipment, good overall condition with the exception that the centerfold is loose, also has some damage to spine on reverse, measures 8” x 10-1/2”
IHC Gas and Gasoline Engines Catalog-1907 catalog, embossed cover, 48 pages, covers portable, vertical, and stationary Famous engines, great information with many factory photos, cover partially loose, rough edges, measures 7-3/4” x 9-3/4”
Rumely OilPull Full Line Catalog-1911?, Nice color cover with E Rumely plowing, covers gas tractors, skid engines, measures 7” x 10-3/4”, great factory photos
1915 Minneapolis Full Line Catalog-44 page catalog, covers gas tractors, traction engines, threshers, and other equipment, has some colorized factory photographs, some interior pages are partially loose from binding, measures 8” x 11”
Rumely OilPull Triple Heat Control Booklet-16 page booklet, great overall condition, measures 4-3/4” x 6”
Deering Harvester Oil Can-Nice early oil can measuring 5” x 9”, great early harvesting scene, has denting throughout, empty
Waterloo Boy Trifold Mailer-Never used mailer showing the Waterloo Boy Line, shows both engines and tractors including the 24hp twin cylinder portable engine, nice color, folds out to 17” x 11”
International Auto-Wagon Brass Taillight-Nice lap with good clear, red and blue glass, polished brass, silver painted interior, lamp box is dented where it meets the fuel tank so it has a slight lean, embossed IHC on top along with etched Indiana Lamp Co.
Case Model 20-40 Panoramic Photo-Frame measures 19” x 7-1/2”, nice active threshing scene, photo was previously folded so the photo multiple creases
Large Case Tractor Cabinet Photo-Shows both Case threshing machines and a pair of 20-40 tractors in front of a branch house possibly when they were delivered, Actual photo measures 9” x 8”
Pair of Cabinet Photos-Two photos both showing different Avery equipment, one is an active scene measuring 5” x 7” and the other is in transportation measuring 6” x 8”
Pair of Cabinet Photos-Two photos of the same threshing crew with Avery Equipment, both actual photos measure 5” x 7”, mats in good shape
Rumely 30-60 E Cabinet Photo-Actual photo measures 8” x 10”, Great active threshing scene including full crew, mat has some damage along edges but useable, includes message on back explaining production numbers and prices from 1933
Avery Tractor Engine Panoramic Cabinet Photo-Actual photo measures 15-1/4”x 4-3/4”, neat threshing scene with full threshing team along with horses and wagons, needs new mat
Keck-Gonnerman Co. Watch Fob-St. Louis and Peoria, IL branches, oval shape fob depicting an KG tractor
Keck-Gonnerman Full Line Catalog-Nice overall condition, has some tearing along spine, “Cor. Fourth and Pearl Street” dealer, covers traction engines, threshing machines and saw mills, good graphics, 40 pages
Keck-Gonnerman Full Line Catalog-Catalog #29, spine has been taped, has some staining on inside pages, covers traction engines, threshing machines, water wagons, stave bolters, and saw mills, 32 pages
Keck-Gonnerman Full Line Catalog-Catalog #31, covers gas tractors, traction engines, threshing machines, water wagons, stave bolters, and saw mills, 36 pages, nice overall condition
Keck-Gonnerman Full Line Catalog-Catalog #32, covers gas tractors, traction engines, threshing machines, water wagons, stave bolters, and saw mills, 36 pages, nice overall condition, 48th year
Keck-Gonnerman Full Line Catalog-Catalog #33, Direct factory branch in St. Louis, MO, covers gas tractors, traction engines, threshing machines, water wagons, stave bolters, and saw mills, 40 pages, has some damage along spine, 50th year
Keck-Gonnerman Full Line Catalog-Catalog #35, covers gas tractors, traction engines, threshing machines, water wagons, stave bolters, and saw mills, 40 pages, has been re-stapled, rear cover is loose, has some writing on inside
Keck-Gonnerman “Tractors that Stand the Gaff” Foldout Mailer-Measures 19” x 16-1/2” unfolded, Specifications and details of “Kay-Gee” tractors, shows model N and Z model tractors
1911-1912 Advance Threshing Company Full Line Catalog-Includes information and images on Advance line of Steam Tractors, Threshers and Equipment, some staining, wear to cover; 50 pages
1909 Huber MFG. Company Catalog of The New Huber Steam Tractors and Equipment-full line catalog with images and information on Huber's line of Steam Traction Engines and Equipment, some staining to cover and pages, good binding; 64 pages
Early 1900 Bellville Threshing Machinery Catalog-catalog includes images and information on Belleville Steam Tractors and Equipment, some staining, some tears and paper loss to corners; 24 pages
1900 Frick Company, Engineers Catalog-includes Frick Traction and Portable Engines, Threshing Machines, Steam Boilers, and Stationary Engines, paper loss to cover, cover separated along spine, cover tore and taped, some staining; 16 pages
1923 The Russell Company Steam and Gas Threshing Machinery Catalog-includes Russell line of Steam Tractors, Gas Tractors and Machinery, color images of Steam Tractor and Thresher, good binding, some staining, paper loss to cover and front cover is loose; 72 pages
Heider Tractors - Rock Island Plow Company Catalog-Color Center Fold of Heider Tractor!, includes Heider 9-16 and 12-20 Tractors, good color!, some staining to edges, good binding, wear to cover; 32 pages
1915? Pocket Sized Booklet on Fairbanks Morse Tractors and Engines-Includes the 15-25 Fairbanks Morse Tractor, Fairbanks Morse Engine and Factory Interiors, good binding, some staining; 31 pages
1907 Fairbanks Morse Company Horizontal Engines Catalogue 44D-full line catalog on Fairbanks Morse Horizontal Gas Engines, some staining, tape to cover along spine; 32 pages
1904 Fairbanks Morse Company Engines Catalog No. 44B-some staining; 44 pages
1917 Advertising Mailer on Allwork Tractor, Electric Wheel Company, Quincy, Illinois-fold out two page mailer with color centerfold of Allwork Tractor, includes testimonials, some staining, good color; pages
1922? Emerson Brantingham Implement Company Catalog on 12-20 Tractor-information on 12-20 Tractor, some staining, paper loss and tears to cover, cover partially separated ; 18 pages
Eagle Farm Tractors Catalog No. 24, Eagle Manufacturing Company, Appleton Wisconsin-color image of Tractor, includes images and information on Eagle 8-16, 12-22 and 16-30 two-cylinder tractors, some staining, cover partially separated at top along spine; 24 pages
Huber Super Four Tractors and Supreme Threshers Catalog-color centerfold of Huber Tractor and Thresher, includes images and information on Huber four cylinder tractors and threshers, good binding, staining to cover and some inside pages; 40 pages
1922 Centaur Tractor - Does The Work of Man and Horse, Central Tractor Company, Greenwich, Ohio-Catalog on Centaur Tractor, staining to cover, good binding; 32 pages
1920's Hart Parr Company - Tractor Catalog-catalog on Hart-Parr Gas Tractors, staining to cover and some inside pages; 32 pages
Rare Boring Tractor Catalogue, Instruction Book and Parts List, Boring Tractor Company, Rockford, IL-staining to cover with some paper loss, some water damage and staining to pages ; pages
The Lauson Kerosene Tractor Pocket Sized Catalog-Great booklet on Lauson Tractor with images and photos, color centerfold of tractor, some staining, tight binding, ; 22 pages
Bryan Tractor, The Worlds First Light Steam Tractor-rare catalog!, includes information, images and photos on the Bryan Steam Tractor, some staining wear to cover; 12 pages
Sawyer-Massey Tractor & Steam Engine foldout poster-23x33, covers 11-22 and 27-50 gas oil tractors one side, 51 and 76 HP steam engines and separators on the other side, great illustrations and color, good condition with light wear and some tape on seams on steam engine side
J.I. Case 20-40 Tractor Power Farming Machinery brochure poster-11x17, excellent condition
IHC Titan Tractors foldout poster brochure-12x19.5, for 10-20, 15-30 and 30-60 Titan tractors, like new condition
J.I. Case Tractor & Steam Engine line-ups framed advertisement-14x20, features 9-18, 10-20, 12-25, 20-40, and 30-60 tractors and 30, 40, 50, 65, and 80 HP steam engines
J.I. Case Tractors framed color advertisement-14x20, large color illustrations of 8-18, 10-20, 12-25 and 20-40 tractors
J.I. Case Tractors w/ Plows framed color advertisement-14x20, nice illustrations of tractor line with correct size plows for each
IHC Hopper Cooled Engines Fold-out Poster-12x19.5, features color illustration of IHC hopper cooled portable engine with entire engine line pictured around it, like new condition, sealed in plastic for display, but can be removed
1912 Minneapolis Tractor & Steam Engine calendar advertisement-10x18, Features early Minneapolis gas tractor and steam engine on front with Universal tractor on the rear, full 1912 calendar pad, missing top left corner with damage and color bleeding from getting damp
Aultman Taylor Steam Engine Lithograph-Large lithograph for the Aultman-Taylor
Avery Tractor calendar advertisement-Small 1918 calendar lithograph for the Avery Co, if Peoria, Illinois1901 Flour City gas engine and oldest US tractor catalog-Catalog for Kinnard Press Co. "Flour City" stationary, portable and traction engines, probably the oldest catalog in the US featuring a tractor line (called traction engines at the time), circa 1901 based on dated testimonials and Kinnard Press Co. became Kinnard-Haines in 1901, features awesome illustration of Flour City tractor on rear of catalog, covers early Flour City station and portable engines with dog house over cylinder, and early line of Flour City single cylinder tractors in 12, 16, 20 and 25 HP, some stains to cover and first couple pages and piece missing from cover, overall awesome historical tractor catalog!
Kinnard Haines Flour City #25 Tractor Catalog-8x11, 24 pages, covers 14-24, 20-35, 30-50 and 40-70 tractors, writing on rear cover with light stains
Kansas City Hay Press Co. Gas Traction Engine Tractor brochure-6x9, 4 pages, very rare brochure 14 & 20 HP K. C. tractors, fold lines from mailing brochure
Hart Parr 1907 tractors and engines catalog-6x9, dated 1907, 40 pages, covers early 17-30 and 22-40 tractors as well as inverted, vertical, horizontal and portable engines, excellent like new condition
John Deere Plow Co. Dealer Catalog G for 1907-1908-8x10, Catalog G for John Deere Plow Co. of Kansas City, Oklahoma City, and Denver, dated 1907 and 1908, covers full line of farm machinery, buggies and wagons, includes many pages for early Root & Vandervoort engines, features tabs for each piece of farm machinery, very rare early John Deere dealer catalog with unusual tabbed format, missing one plates "screw" for binding, but book is still held together well, wear to cover include chunk missing from binding, general wear and staining to inside pages, primarily to edges, awesome collection and resource!
John Deere Plow Co. Dealer General Catalog K Kansas City, Missouri-8x11, 418 pages, Catalog K for John Deere Plow Company of Kansas City Missouri, covers entire line of John Deere tractors, engines and implements, full of awesome illustrationsâ€¦many color plates including spoker D, excellent like new condition
Fairbanks Co. Callahan / Bates & Edmonds engine catalog-7x9, 48 pages, embossed front/rear cover illustrations, covers Callahan cam-stopper gas engines and Bates & Edmonds vertical engines, excellent condition
Fuller & Johnson Double Efficiency engine catalog-7x10, 32 pages, catalog No 10. covers 3,5,7,9 push rod DE engines and 12,15, 18 side-shaft engines as well as farm pump engine, excellent condition with light stains to bottom edge
Rumely OilPull light-weight tractors yellow cover-8x9, 32 pages, covers 15-25, 20-35, 25-45, 30-60 light-weight oilpull tractors, fold through middle from mailing, mouse chews to top of corner and few pages, otherwise very nice and attractive cover
1918 Avery Mailer Packet-Includes original illustrated brochure envelop, catalog request return post card, signed letter and illustrated mail envelop, and "Averyize" brochure, excellent condition
J.I. Case Road Machines / Road Roller Steam Engines Catalog-9x12, 64 pages, focus on road rollers and road machinery, but also covers regular line of steam engines, embossed road roller and lettering on cover, high quality catalog in excellent condition
1897 J.I. Case Repair Manual / Price List-8x10, 212 pages, parts for early steam engines, agitator separators, saw mills, horse powers, corner missing on rear cover, front cover and spine splitting down the seem
J.I. Case 1931 "What Lies Ahead" Company Study-Dated January 1931, authored by G. B. Gunlogson who was head of the Case Motor Car Division for a while, provides summary of recent tractor market history, market trends, market factors such as Ford entering the tractor market and concludes with summary and recommendation for tractor industry, a great read and piece of company history, also comes with 4 case machinery newer prints
C. Aultman Star steam litho calendar lot-Lot of 4 old calendar lithos, one appears to feature a C. Aultman "Star" steam traction engine
McCormick-Deering Farmall Tractor fold-out poster brochure-18x24, McCormick Deering Farmall on front and 10-20 tractor on back
Rumely E Oil Pull tractor cabinet photo-10x12, features E Rumely Oilpull tractor, dated 1918, high quality photo with excellent detail of tractor pin-stripping
Emerson-Brantingham 12-20 tractor cabinet photo-12x14, features EB 12-20 tractor parked outside Tractioneering School, superb photo with excellent detail of tractor pin-stripping, great original condition
Twin City 45 tractor cabinet photo-8x10, nice photo showing large Twin City tractor with home made cab
The Huber Farmers Tractor Catalog-6x9, 24 pages, covers rare 15-30 tractor including the orchard version, excellent condition with light wear to cover
Nichols & Shepard 25-50 & 35-70 Oil-Gas Tractors early catalog-7x10, 16 pages, covers 25-50 and 35-70 tractors, cover split and loose from catalog, inside is nice
Olds Engines early brown catalog by Reliance Engineering Company Lansing, Michigan-6x9, 40 pages, covers Type A, B and G Olds engines, wear to front cover, light stains / ripples to inside pages
Seager Engine Works Olds early catalog with red cover-7x10, 48 pages, tank and hopper cooled Type A engines up to 12 HP, raised lettering on cover, high quality illustrations and color borders throughout, great condition
1912 Seager Engine Works Olds catalog-6x9, 48 pages, covers Type A engine to 15 HP and Type B engines, few loose pages
Fairbanks-Morse Engines Catalog 80 G-6x9, 64 pages, amazing color lithographs on font/back cover and inside jackets, very high quality illustrations and printing throughout, one of the nicest catalogs ever made
M. Rumely Co. Advance steam engine catalog-Huge 9x12 catalog, 50 pages, superb large illustrations of skid, portable and traction engines and separators, nice color illustration on back cove
Robinson of Richmond, Indiana Steam Engine catalog-6.5x9.5, 41 pages, 1903 written on cover, full line of steam engines and separators, cover taped at spine,
1898 Frick Eclipse Engines catalog-8x9.5, 60 pages, covers full line of stationary, portable, traction engines, beautiful cover, cover is taped at spine
1900 Gaar Scott steam engine catalog-7x10, 48 pages, full line of portable and traction engines and threshers, rear cover missing
1909 Aultman & Taylor steam engine catalog-6x9, roughly 40 pages, full line of steam engines and threshers, good binding, light wear
Nichols & Shepard Threshing Machinery Catalog-8x11, 64 pages, 1912 written on inside, covers full line of steam engines and separators, cover is taped and separated, inside pages are nice
1908 Buffalo Pitts steam engine catalog-8x10, 48 pages, covers Buffalo Pitts traction engines, threshers and cleaners, great cover and condition
Port Huron steam engine catalog-8x11, 40 pages, catalog No. 66, nice color illustration and good overall condition with light staining
New Huber Steam Engine and Tractor catalog-8x11, 70 pages, covers full line of steam engines, threshers, and 13-22 and 30-60 gas tractors, high quality printing and illustrations with yellow color borders. Embossed lettering on cover, tape on front cover and rear cover is loose
Massey Harris Framed Calendar-
Gaar Scott & Co Framed Poster-
Moline-Universal One Man Tractor Poster-
The Johnston Harvester Poster-French, Mounted on cloth, great color, has French import tax stamp; measures 23in x 33.75in
Adriance Chromolithograph Poster-Mounted on Cloth, French; great color, has French import tax stamp; measures 22.25in by 29.5in
The Johnston Harvseter Co. Poster-French, Mounted on cloth, great color, has French import tax stamp; measures 23in x 31.5in; reads "Reproduction Prohibited" at the bottom
MacCormick French Harvester Lithograph-Measures 23.25" x 31.5", cloth paper, great early piece, has some tearing and folds
Tracteurs McCormick Poster-French, Machines Agricoles R. Wallut & Co., has some light staining and deterioration at the top; "La Photolith" Paris 4, Rue Niepce, comes with frame but not set into it.
Machines MacCormick Harvester Poster-Great early piece, on cloth, shows many different farming implements measures 30" x 45"
The Minneapolis Power Farming Machinery Catalog-47 pages, Great early catalog celebrating “39 Years of Satisfaction”. Shows gas tractors including the 17-30 and 35-70 along with traction engines and harvesting machines
The Huber Gasoline Tractor Catalog-Very nice catalog, 16 pages, great factory photo shots of the tractor
Indiana Tractors Catalog-Great catalog that shows many different farm scenes with including many of the different attachments. Also shows neat orchard model scenes.
Early McCormick Periodical-Neat and early book that covers many of the horse drawn equipment offered by McCormick
Advance-Rumely Doall Tractor Catalog-Nice color front catalog, shows both the 4 wheel and convertible models, Stamped by Rumely Division; Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Company
Wallis 20-30 Tractor Catalog-Nice catalog showing the 20-30 and its options and variations. Semi-color centerfold, 64 pages
Wallis Tractor Catalog-Nice semi-color centerfold, has been punched for a 2 ring binder, shows orchard models along with options like plow guides
Wallis and Case Tractor Literature-Color Wallis Certified Tractors and J.I. Case Power Farming Implements Catalog; Also includes a Instruction and Operation manual for a Case 12-20 tractor
Rumely and B.F. Avery Literature-Time Savers - An Advance-Rumely give-away for the DoAll tractors that shows how easy it is to change from a 4 to a 3 wheel tractor; a B.F. Avery and Sons plow card; a DoAll Trifold that has some damage and has been split
Advance-Rumely Doall and Toro Literature-Includes No. 30 Repair List for Rumely DoAll Tractors, a Reproduction Copy of Advance-Rumely DoAll tractror catalog, and a reproduction of The Toro Way of Motorizing the Farm
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2. PAYMENTS: There is a 5% Buyers Premium added to your total purchase. All sales are final. No credit card charge backs will be allowed. All accounts must be settled at the conclusion of the auction. We accept Cash, Checks, Certified Funds, Visa & MasterCard ONLY. If paying by credit card, you will be charged for your purchases, plus buyers premiums, plus a 5% Credit Card Fee and any applicable taxes. NOTHING will be charged to your card until a purchase is made. Only Pickup bidders may pay by check or cash. Note: Checks may be processed the day of the auction; be sure to have adequate funds in your account. Each transaction necessary to collect insufficient funds will have a $25 fee imposed plus the liability of Default of Buyer below.
3. DEFAULT OF BUYER: Successful bidder not paying for items within 3 days of the date of the auction will be considered in default. Such default by the Successful Bidder will result in that Bidders liability to both the Seller and Aumann Auctions, Inc. Seller shall have the right to (a) declare this contractual agreement cancelled and recover full damage for its breach, (b) to elect to affirm this contractual agreement and enforce its specific performance or (c) Seller can resell the items either publicly or privately with Aumann Auctions, Inc. and in such an event, the Buyer shall be liable for payment of any deficiency realized from the second sale plus all costs, including, but not limited to the holding/transporting/storage costs of the items, the expenses of both sales, legal and incidental damages of both the Seller and Aumann Auctions, Inc.
In addition, Aumann Auctions, Inc. also reserves the right to recover any damages separately from the breach of the Buyer. The purchaser agrees to pay all reasonable attorney fees and costs incurred by Aumann Auctions, Inc. in the collection of funds. The purchaser also agrees that a storage/handling fee of 2% per month be added to the balance of any unpaid balance due Aumann Auctions, Inc. and any other costs or losses incurred by the Buyers failure to adhere to these terms. Any debt collection or dispute proceedings will be litigated or arbitrated in Montgomery County, Illinois at the option of both the Seller and Aumann Auctions, Inc.
Both the Successful Bidder and Seller shall indemnify Aumann Auction, Inc. for and hold harmless Aumann Auctions, Inc. from any costs, losses, liabilities, or expenses, including attorney fees resulting from Aumann Auctions, Inc. being named as a party to any legal action resulting from either Bidders or Sellers failure to fulfill any obligations and undertakings as set forth in this contractual agreement.
BIDDER VERIFICATION: Bidding rights are provisional, and if identity verification is questionable, Aumann Auctions, Inc. has the right to reject the registration, and bidding activity will be terminated. The Seller and Aumann Auctions, Inc. reserve the right to preclude any person from bidding if there is any question as to the person's credentials, mental fitness, etc. Bidders agree to keep their username and password confidential as they are responsible for ANY and ALL activity involving their account. If the registered bidder's user name is offensive to Aumann Auctions, Inc. or in their sole opinion detrimental to Bidding Activity, then Aumann Auctions, Inc. reserves the right to delete the bidder from bidding or unilaterally change the username with notification to the Bidder. When using the web site you must obey any and all local state and federal laws. Violations will result in termination of web site use privileges.
MAXIMUM BID: When you bid your maximum bid, the current bid price does not automatically advance to your maximum bid. Another bidder has to bid to increase the current price and the computer will automatically bid up to your maximum in the increments specified.
TECHNICAL ISSUES: In the event there are technical difficulties related to the server, software, internet or any other online auction-related technologies, Aumann Auctions, Inc. reserve the right to extend bidding, continue the bidding, or close the bidding. Neither the company providing the software, nor Aumann Auctions, Inc. shall be held responsible for a missed bid or the failure of the software to function properly for any reason.
CONDUCT OF THE AUCTION: Conduct of the auction and increments of bidding are at the direction and discretion of Aumann Auctions, Inc. Aumann Auctions, Inc. reserves the right to reject any and all bids for any reason and also reserves the right to cancel this auction, or remove any item or lot from this auction prior to the close of bidding. All decisions of Aumann Auctions are final.
Your bid on this auction indicates both an understanding and an acceptance of the terms of this contractual agreement between yourself and both Aumann Auctions, Inc. and the Seller and that you, as the Bidder, are prepared to purchase items under these terms and conditions.