Absolute Estate Auction
1162 Blue Ball Road
Date: Saturday, September 19, 2015
Time: 10:00 am
From Dixie Hwy. in Elizabethtown, turn on St. John Rd., then turn right on Long Grove Rd. (Hwy. 1375). Then left on Hwy. 220, then right on Martin Rd., then left on Blueball Rd. Property is on the left.
REAL ESTATE: On Saturday, September 19th, Lewis Auction Co. will be selling this outstanding farm and personal property to the highest bidder. The property is almost all tillable with road frontage on 3 roads. Offered in 12 tracts and any combination the buyer wishes
Tract 1: Contains 31.7 acres with 2 ponds and most boundary fencing. Currently used as pasture for hay.
Tract 2: Contains 17.8 acres with barn w/loft. Mostly cropland with some pasture.
Tract 3: Contains 8.9 acres and is cropland.
Tracts 4 and 5: Contains 5 acres each of cropland. Tract 4 is corner lot.
Tract 6: Contains 10.7 acres cropland AND SOME WOODS.
Tracts 7 and 8: Contains 5 acres each of cropland. Tract 7 is corner lot.
Tract 9: Contains 17.1 acres of cropland.
Tract 10: Contains 17.4 acres of cropland.
Tract 11: Contains 8.3 acres of cropland with 2 barns.
Tract 12: Contains 8.1 acres with the residence and garage/workshops. The home offers a living room, eat-in kitchen, 3 bedrooms, bath, and enclosed rear porch. 3 car garage/workshop, 2 car garage with concrete floor and electric.
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Guns, Old Money, & Knives:
Remington Wingmaster 12 ga. model 1870, Washington Arms 12 ga. double barrel, Iver Johnson 12 ga. single barrel, Topper 12 ga. model 148, Ruger M77 rifle w/scope, Marlin .22 w/scope, Ruger .22 cal w/Bushnell scope, Thompson 50 cal. Hawken, Colt .32 cal. pistol, H&R Arms .22 pistol, silver dollars from 1832 - 1921, uncirculated coin sets, 1964 Kennedy 1/2 dollars, 1906 1/2 dollar, 1908 quarter, 1897 dime, 1900 V nickels, 1953 silver cert. $5.00 bills, 1953 $2.00 bills, 1957 and 1935 silver cert. $1.00 bills. Also selling a huge knife collection to include: Case, Barlow, Old Timer, Winchester, Bear & Son and much, much more!
2.25 ct. round brilliant cut diamond set in platinum 6 prong head with platinum shank. Appraised in 2001 for $23,300.
PARADE TRACTOR: 1951 CHEVY PICKUP, 1953 SUPER H FARMALL PARADE TRACTOR, CHEVY Silverado Z71 pickup, 1977 GMC Sierra Grande pickup.
Antique and Vintage Furniture:
Acanthus shield with marquetry Art Deco style full size bedroom suite, six door and three door chifferobe, four graduated drawer chest, wood magazine rack, 2 half moon tables, treadle sewing machine, dining room set with table and six chairs, lamp tables, one drawer work tables, oval mirror, farm stool, cane back and seat rocker, handing mirrored shelf, sewing machine base with wood top, rush bottom chair, milking stools, metal beds full and twin size, Victorian three drawer dresser with candle holders, pristine camel back trunk with horse scene on top of dome and drawer insert, five drawer chest, metal floor lamp and round occasional table.
Advertising Items and Collections:
Brown's Ice Cream hanging wall clocks (3), Brown's Ice Cream metal two sided We Serve Brown's sign, Coca Cola wall and hand bottle openers, metal Sealtest Ice Cream scoops, Fall City bottle openers, pen and pencils, A&W items, Grimes and Yates DX from Vine Grove, Martin Louis Straney for State Representative, Lenard Cole for Coroner, G.B. "Bennie" Mouser, Fields Flower Shop of Ashland items, ice picks, milk bottles to include Marsh Dairy in Winchester, Ewing, J.W. Littles, St. Charles Dairy, Kentucky Dairy, Model Farms and others, Coke, Double Cola, A&W bottles, Farmall neon clock, International Harvester stool, Hillerich and Bradesby and Company Louisville "Special Service U.S. Army Leader Ted Williams Model wood bat, Bissell's household push vacuum sweeper, Rabbit Foots Tooth Powder tin Marvis Talcum powder, Singer oil, Border's Beta Lactose powder, Singer, Caster oil, Trim hair dress creme, Veeco polish, Puretest Epson Salt tins and boxes, Belnap Old Kentucky Home scale, Belnap deluxe sled, Double Cola, Coke, A& W and Pepsi open tray crate, ice picks, Ball and Mason canning jars, some blue, assorted sizes, cream can "Kentucky", wood canes "First Hardin Bank, advertising signs and thermometers, old toys, old wringer washers, belt buckles to include Hesston Rodeo, Redman, International Harvester and Ford, unbelievable collection of baseball cards and Hot Wheels, marbles, white and black enamel ware to include pots, some with lids and chamber pot and kerosene lamps and much, much more!
Pinball machine, cast iron skillets, metal cabinets, Craftsman tool boxes, cream cans, Chevy hub caps, Pyrex bakeware dishes, green depression coasters, green Fire King plates and bowls, cast iron skillets, assorted sizes, International Ironstone "Silver Elegance" pattern dishes, still in original boxes, cast iron bean pot, brown crocks, silverware and serving pieces, split wood with metal handle water bucket, kerosene oil lamps, step ladder, bicycle, beer steins, crocks, costume jewelry, picture frames to include gilt gold, wood and metal frame and one double frame, playing cards, metal car, kitchen utensils with painted green wood handles to include potato masher, whisks, rolling pins, slotted spoons and much more, lanterns, glass atomizer, metal kerosene wall holder, bow and arrows and old radios, one Philco, gallon jugs Dean's, golden and Meadowroor Dairies, dinner bell, Hotpoint refrigerator, Frigidaire electric stove, Hamilton Beach microwave, Maytag dryer and Kenmore washer and much, much more!
Farm Equipment and Tools:
Farmall 504 tractor, New Holland 268 square baler, 16' gooseneck trailer, 8' disc, International 140 tractor w/culivators, MF seeder, H&S hay hauler, tobacco setter, fuel tank, International suitcase weights, Ariens tiller, air compressor, heaters, tobacco sticks, log chains, lots of power tools, Craftsman wrench and socket sets, parts bins, floor jacks, cordless drills, sand blaster, motor hoist, charger, bench grinder, and much, much more!
Terms: Real Estate:
15% down (per tract) day of auction and balance with deed within 45 days. 2015 Property Taxes prorated. Possession of land when crops are harvested. Potential buyers may conduct lead base paint analysis or any inspections prior to auction. Waiver of lead base paint testing or any inspections will be used at auction
Terms: Personal Property:
Cash or good check with photo ID. KY sales tax charged unless exempt. 10% buyers premium will be added to the final bids on both the real estate and personal property to determine the sale price.
“Everything sells to the highest bidder”
NOTE: We will have 2 auction teams selling personal property at The same time, so bring 2 friends with you
the estate of James earl brown - OWNER
JOHN SCOTT - ATTORNEY FOR THE ESTATE
For more information CALL Auctioneer/Broker
Kenny Lewis (270) 737-1839