Ray Country Auction

Location/Directions: From Lewisburg, travel St. Rt. 503 app. 5 miles north of US-40 and to auction site at 200 St. Rt. 503, Arcanum, Ohio 45304. Plenty of off-road parking. Watch for signs.

Saturday April 27, 2019 at 10:00 AM

FARM MACHINERY – FARM RELATED: Allis Chalmers WD45 tractor w/loader & 3-pt arms; Hesston 3710 2-basket hay tedder; New Holland Model 477 7’ mower/conditioner; New Idea Model 402 5-bar hay rake; 20’ bale elevator on transport w/electric motor; Ford 532 square baler; New Idea 201 PTO manure spreader; (4) flatbed hay wagons; tractor draw bars & top links; (16) 12’ gates (used for round pen); other misc. farm gates; stock tanks; “new” # 824 Big Horn 16” western saddle w/ breast collar; other 16” western saddle; horse tack; tack boxes; show bridles; grooming needs; saddle stands; pitch forks; fence chargers; fencing equip.; misc. rolls of barb wire; many steel T-posts; Troy Bilt Mustang Z-turn mower w/50” cut & 25 HP Kohler D.R. trimmer; (3) 24” barn fans; Agrifab gas-powered lawn vac.; 5 HP trail-type log splitter; Snapper riding lawn mower; fertilizer spreaders; lawn wagon; lawn roller; trail sprayer; small cement mixer; many long-handle tools.

SHOP – TOOLS – RELATED: Large assortment of Craftsman & other brands sockets – wrenches – tools of every trade; ¾” drive socket set; shop clamps; tool boxes; 12 v. grease gun; various recharge tools; vertical Ingersol Rand air compressor; drill bits; pneumatic tools; floor jacks; Craftsman drill press; Forney welder; Century wire feed welder; welding access.; (2) shop vises; oxy/accet. outfit; several battery chargers; log chains; cable come-alongs; shop smalls & organizers.

COLLECTIBLES – RELATED & HOUSEHOLD: # 8 crock; several 1-gal. crocks; crock jugs; horse collar & hames; retro metal chairs; iron boot jack; coal bucket; steer horns; large tin star; wooden pulley; glass door knobs; steel wheels; Longaberger apple basket & others; oil lamps; shoe shine box; large handmade quilt; Hull pitcher; McCoy pitcher; Pfaltzgraff dishwasher; some pink Depression; Precious Moments; hen on a nest; decorative bowls; crystal items; candlewick items; items of Fostoria; Dept. 56 items; Elvis stamps; brass eagle; Big Boy bank; old records; toy horses; old spin top; marble rolling pin; costume jewelry; vintage linens & sewing notions; toy train outfit; air hockey game; “new” video drone; Little Red wagon; Chrysler hub cap clock; paper cutter; cameras; old metal sitting bath tub; old trunks & crates; country primitives; art supplies; 3-pcs. queen bedroom suite; (2) matching wing back chairs; padded sitting bench; Singer sewing machine & cabinet; canoe display shelf; cowboy lamp; fringe lamp; older drop-leaf gate leg table; vintage Lane cedar chest; curio unit; rattan daybed; nigh stands; bar stools; dining table; iron Fisher woodburning stove; season items; misc. everyday wares of every room.

FIREARMS – KNIVES -- FISHING: Smith & Wesson 38 Special revolver; R&G 22 cal. stubnose revolver; Winchester Model 1300 12-ga. w/Bushnell scope; Remington Model 870 Wingmaster 12-ga.; Winchester Model 275 22 mag pump rifle; Thompson 50 cal. black powder; pump B.B. rifle; misc. ammo; ammo box; 25+ pocket & stag handle knives by Case – Browning – Primble & others; Eastwing hatchet; 25+ fishing poles; tackle boxes; misc. tackle & accessories.

BARBARA RAY – OWNER

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Due to the death of her husband Terry, Barbara has decided to sell the farm machinery & the combination of two households. There will be more added by day of auction. Please plan to attend. Food & restroom. TIMES: Starting on misc. in mixed order. Farm machinery app. 1:00 PM, followed by firearms & related. Inventory subject to change. TERMS: CASH – Check – MC – Visa or Discover w/4% surcharge. For info call Jon @ (937) 545-4416 also sale day phone. All announcements on day of auction take precedence over printed material.

SALE CONDUCTED BY:
JON W. CARR

"I sell the earth and everything on it"
AUCTIONEER & REALTOR
BROOKVILLE, OHIO
937-545-4416
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