Public Auction
Antiques, Antique Tools, Farm Primitives

Sunday September 14, 2008



The following antiques, antique tools and farm primitives will be sold at the Munson Building at the Knox County, Ill Fairgrounds

 located ½ mile South of Exit 51 off Interstate 74, Knoxville, Ill.

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Antique Tools and Farm Primitives

 Ranch dinner gong on post; excellent 165# anvil with steel face; 2 handled hardies; 3 blacksmith hammers; blacksmith leather apron; schoolhouse bell on roof stand; 2 Swiss sheep-goat bells; Barnes model #7 treadle jigsaw;  Seneca Falls foot power Victor scroll saw converted to power; large Cooper's planer;  Stanley Bed Rock planes 604, 605, 605C (2), 608C (2); Lie-Nielson  #112 scraping plane NIB; Lie-Nielson 9" chisel plane NIB; Stanley 45 plane in original dovetail box w/20 cutters, spur cutter, & rare screwdriver;

 Record 04 plane; ox yoke without bows; ox yoke complete; shoulder yoke; harness maker's bench & vise; 2 barn beam boring machines; Stanley #239 Dado plane; wood barrel butter churn; farm wagon seat; Stackpole & Brother #1394 surveyor's level; Singer leather sewing machine; 2-1916 Breeder's Gazette;  #248 weather strip plane; horse & pony height measuring tool; Irwin bit set in original box; Russell Jennings bit set in original box; early #8 bit brace; metal & wood rope maker; wood rope maker; Goodell Pratt breast drill; Continental counter top platform scales; Greyhound coaster wagon; cooper's side axe; needle case maker's anvil;  hay knife; corn driers; pair AC front tractor tires;

Pedal grindstone, chisel set, Stanley 113, 289, 70, 148, 90, 40, 5, 8, 39 3/8, & 4 square planes, Siegley 8C plane, Gage plane, Shapleigh No 5 plane; Sargent #79 plane NIB; molding plane, craftsman rabbet & filester plane,  Stanley 3, 9, & 36 levels; Stanley #53 spoke shave;  CSC level, machinest level, mahogany levels, Universal Inclinometer level; Starrett #436 micrometer;  wall mount drill press; back saw, bow saw, buggy whip, riding quirt; 5' & 6' drover's whips; Goodell Pratt fence guide; bull blinder halter, bull leads,  harpoon hay fork, cattle neck chains & tags; emasculator; 2 calf dehorners; 2 mitre boxes/saws, steelyard scales, draw knives, pattern maker draw knife, 2 machinest's tool boxes, set of Stanley Handyman tools, full set of  Irwin auger bits; set of Snell single twist bits; Dietzen100' surveyor's tape; 3 milk cans; 1/2 bu basket

Items added 9-5-08:  

Brass Fairbanks double scale beam; Stanley #A5, #39 ¾, #45, # 80 older, #80 newer, #82,  #90, #92, #239 1/8 planes; weatherstrip plane; hoof pliers, DeLaval strip cup, cattle show halter, metal cow poke, cattle neck chain & tag, hoof knives, vet tools, buggy whip-holder, fancy riding whip,  harness line spreaders, saddler's hammer, calf weaning muzzels; Osborne leather knife; broom corn knives; plumb bob; mitre box and saw; molding plane; hand jabber style planter; butcher steel; draw knifes; coffee grinder; shotgun shell loader; wheelwright's reamer; Keen Kutter jack plane; stair builder's saw;  older Miller Falls brace with set of Russell Jennings single twist bits;


2 gal Alexis crock; 3 gal Western butter churn; 4 gal crockery butter churn - smeared mfg logo, side handle and original dasher; small Armour & Company crock jug; child's desk, oak rocker; highchair; 2 Washington drape Alladin lamps, one clear, one amber; wooden sledge;  box of linens;  2 quilts, 3 comfortors, & 2 feather ticks all dry cleaned and bagged; garden gate & fence wire; hose reel; metal blackboard Bergner's Peoria; Horseshoe Brand Brushes, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co metal standup store display rack & several brushes; fern stand; milk stool; Williamsfield Coop thermometer; copper lightning rod tips; Hall Jewel Tea bowls; cast iron skillet & griddle; old kitchen tools; ice tongs; wood boxes; nail keg;  swivel harness hook;; baby dish; 2 washboards; Stetson hat in original box; Nippon dresser set and tray (hair receiver repaired); hatpins; Purina feed bag; wooden barrell spigot; cowbell;  

Owners: Ed Dunphy, Sandy Dunphy

Ed Dunphy 217-728-4952


Folger's Auction Service, Inc.--Williamsfield, Illinois--Ph. 309-879-2373
Auctioneers and Clerks--Jim Folger and Associates--Il. Lic. #440000040
Terms, Cash or Good Personal Check -- Not Responsible For Accidents
Number System Will Be Used -- Lunch Served on Grounds

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