Fred and Brenda Nolan Tractor Auction

EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS NATIONWIDE

EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS NATIONWIDE

Fred and Brenda Nolan Tractor Auction

by Aumann Auctions - Tractors

When

Nov 11, 2017 - Live Auction starting at 10:00AM Central

Where

The Fulkerson Mansion & Farm Museum
25007 US HWY 67
Jerseyville, IL 62052
Preview Friday

How

Live Auction

Notes

Fred and Brenda traveled the country gathering up their collection. Fred had a special place in his heart for steam power with a focus on Reeves. This is their private collection of over 40+ years of searching making phone calls and countless miles. This is your opportunity to purchase their collection most items were shown each year at the The Jersey County
Victorian Festival and The Fulkerson Mansion & Farm Museum here in Jerseyville, Illinois

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Aumann Auctions - Tractors

20114 IL Rt. 16
Nokomis, IL 62075

1-888-282-8648

https://www.aumannvintagepower.com/

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We will also be selling most of their smaller items same day.

                                                                                                                                                         

PRIVATE COLLECTION OWNED BY FRED & BRENDA NOLAN

19l7 20-60 HP Reeves Steam Engine (Canadian Special), Serial #7158

20-60 HP Reeves Steam Engine (Canadian Special), Serial #7848, New flues

16 hp High Wheeler Reeves Steam Engine, serial #7904,  New flues (not installed)

1920 28-80 HP Case Steam Engine –buttstrap boiler and dual wheels.  Serial #35198

1918 30-60 HP Aultman Taylor Gas Tractor with Extension Rims & rare air start hand pump.  Serial #2467  all original complete Prairie Tractor.

Ferber 15 HP Horizontal Steam Engine

1925 Huber Super Four Tractor with Extension Rims

1936 WK-40 International Harvester Gas Tractor

1925 25-45 Case Crossmount Tractor

1870 Perkins Shingle Machine on heavy running gear

Early Clapboard Siding Machine                                                                                    

1905 Reeves Double bladed sawmill (disassembled); two Reeves sawmills (disassembled)

1909 Reeves 40 x 64 wooden threshing machine (broken beam)

Advance-Rumely 30-48 Steel Threshing Machine,

1913 International Harvester hand-tie baler w/original 6 hp Titan Engine

1934 Diamond T, Model 226, Flatbed truck

1931 Model A Ford Truck

Original literature and plaques for antique equipment

Victorian Iron Fence:  15 sections 7’ long plus gate; Another set, four 7.5’ sections plus gate.

1909 Reeves 12 bottom frame & wheels steam plow

1912 Reeves 6 bottom steam plow (complete and operational)

1901 John Deere 2 bottom horse-disk plow; 1900 Oliver 2 bottom, 2 way horse plow; 1905 Chattanooga one bottom horse plow;  1900 Emerson, 3 bottom horse-drawn; 1900 Oliver two bottom horse drawn;1900 John Deere 2 bottom horse-drawn; 1924 David Bradley two bottom early tractor plow; 1918 Oliver two bottom; 1936 International Harvester three bottom tractor plow; 1936 Oliver “TNT” two bottom hard pan, subsoil tractor plow; 1937 Oliver two bottom broomcorn plow; l936 John Deere two bottom tractor plow

1936 IHC 10 ft. Tractor Power Grain binder; 1936 International Grain Drill

1914 Case Oval Steam Engine-type water tank

1910 Reeves Oval Steam Engine water tank w/gear pump

1920 Rome leaning wheel road grader on steel with 8 ft. blade.

Buzz Saw on running gear with 6 HP International Gas Engine

Cushman 8 HP Gas Engine (restored)  and other Cushman parts

Steel Wheel Gas Engine Carts

Acme grain header                                                                                               

                                                                                           

Wagon Racks:  1950 Montgomery Ward on rubber; two 1935 IHC’s on steel wheels

1940 International “M” Tractor; 1959 International 560 Tractor

1959 Michigan Endloader

1910 O.B. Wise Pulverizer Co. Limestone Crusher

1898 Mitchell Wooden wheel farm box wagon w/seat; 1910 Peter Shuttler Wooden Wheel farm box wagon w/seat                                                                     

1910 Eli Hand-tie balers; one with compression feed; one with non-compression

1860 George Ertel Horse-Powered, hand-feed & tie baler

1915 Case Horse drawn wheeled slip scraper

1925 two Rumely combines on full steel with 4 cylinder Waukesha Engines

1910 Wooden wheel contractor’s gravel wagon

1900 Hand-powered gear ratchet stump puller; 1905 Hercules horse powered stump puller

Mowers:   Early Walter A. Wood horse drawn; Early Emerson Brantingham;   

Early steel wheel garden tractor made by Sears

Early motorized sickle mower

Early generator

Hardy Orchard Sprayer on steel with unusual upright Cushman engine

Small orchard sprayer on rubber with engine

Pacific spreader; Burr Mill; Flour Mill

St. Louis Cider press

Minn. Smokebox Door

John Deere Tractor Binder

Reeves Water Tank and Reeves Door

John Deere Buggy

Governess Cart/buggy

Fire pump on wooden wheels

Anvil, bellows, vice (blacksmith tools); heavy duty joiner

Coal and wood pile (used for Steam Engines)

Potato Champion Mechanical potato digger

Hams Steam engine lights (2)

Large Assortment of steam engine parts; Tractor parts, blades, belts, and gears

 

Food provided by Sponsors of Jersey County High School Track Program


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The Fulkerson Mansion & Farm Museum
Jerseyville, Illinois

Use the following directions to get to Jerseyville. From downtown Jerseyville take US-67 North to Hazel Dell, home to the Jersey County Victorian Festival and the Fulkerson Mansion and Farm Museum. Hazel Dell is approximately 1 mile north of Jerseyville's city limits.

FROM St. Louis (Forest Park)
Take I-64 West to I-170
Take I-170 North to I-270
Take I-270 East across the Mississippi River to IL-3
Take US-67/MO-367 North to Alton
Take US-67 North to Jerseyville or take the Scenic Route

FROM St. Louis County (Kirkwood)
Take I-270 North and then East across the Mississippi River to IL-3
Take IL-3 North to Alton
Take US-67 North to Jerseyville or take the Scenic Route

FROM Chicago, Peoria, Springfield and points north

Take I-55 South toward St. Louis
Take IL-16 West into Jerseyville

FROM Effingham, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and points east

Take I-70 West toward St. Louis
Take IL-143 West to Alton
Take US-67 North to Jerseyville or take the Scenic Route

FROM Cairo, Memphis and points south

Take I-64 North to I-255 near St. Louis
Take I-255 North to Route 111
Take Route 111 North to Route 143
Take IL-143 West into Alton
Take US-67 North to Jerseyville or take the Scenic Route

FROM Columbia, Springfield, Kansas City and points west

Take I-70 or I-64 or I-44 East toward St. Louis to I-270
Take I-270 East across the Mississippi River to IL-3
Take IL-3 North to Alton
Take US-67 North to Jerseyville or take the Scenic Route
Super 8 Jerseyville
Address: 1303 IL-109, Jerseyville, IL 62052
Phone: (618) 498-7888

Jerseyville Harvest Inn
Address: 730 S State St, Jerseyville, IL 62052
Phone: (618) 498-6886