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Farm Equipment -- Antiques & Collectibles

by Espe Auctioneering


Sep 10, 2016 - 9:00 AM Central


John & MaryLou White
41W215 Main St Rd
Elburn, IL 0


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Espe Auctioneering

44W 470 Rowe Road
Elburn, IL 60119



Ending Time

Sep 10, 2016 6:00 PM

Auction Listing

The Farm Machinery & 60 yr. Antique Collection of John & Mary Lou White, AKA Milk House Antiques 

41w215 Main Street Rd., Elburn, IL 60119.  41 miles West of Chicago or 4 miles West of Batavia, IL on Main St. or 2 ½ miles east of Fisherman’s Inn.

Saturday September 10, 2016

Lunch Available                    9:00 AM                Comfort Stations

Offering Both Live Onsite & Live Internet Bidding!

**Internet bidding will begin at 10:00 am **



2006 JD 9560 STS Bullet Rotor, 1466 sep. hrs., 2212 eng. hrs.,30.5L-32, Brauer bin ext., chopper, s/n 5720669 one owner; 2012 JD 608C Corn Head, 8 row-30”, harvested less then 2,000 acres, S/N 746831, one owner; Golden Bell head trailer, 25’; 2001 Case – IH STX 325 Steiger 4WD, 3418 hrs., power shift, 4 hyd., 520/85R-46 axle duals, S/N 0097688. 1989 Case-IH 7140, MFWD, 6800 hrs., 3 hyd., 4 reverse, pto, 480/80R-42 w/axle duals, 380/85R-30 fronts, S/N JJA0018376, one owner; 1991 Case-IH 7130, 2WD, 6580 hrs., 4 hyd., 4 reverse, pto, 18.4R-42 w/axle duals, S/N JJA0023113, one owner; 1958 JD 720 gas, NF, power steering, pto, new rubber, w/JD 45 loader, S/N 7225308.


2012 Case-IH 1250, 16 row-30”, Early Riser planter, aux. hyd. pump pto, variable hyd. drive, 3 pt. hitch, insect., Yetter trash wheels, pneumatic down pressure, corn & bean plates, planted approx.. 2500 acres, S/N YC5028742, one owner; Killbros 1800 grain cart, scale, tarp, 30.5L-32 tires, new vertical auger; Case-IH 3950 disk, 30’, 7 ½” spacing; Woods BW 1800, 1260 batwing mower, 11’; Shien aluminum dump trailer 28’; IH 720 plow, 6-16”; Neuero 675 Grain Vac, 1000 pto, new grain valve,  6” flex metal intake 50’, 6” rubber intake, 14’, (2) nozzles; Woods 8’ grader blade 3 pt.; Kewanee 15’ Culti-Mulcher w/trail hitch; NH 5 bar side delivery rake; United 7x14 enclosed trailer w/ramp door; 1100 gal stainless steel nurse tank, gas transfer pump w/trailer; 1100 gal. steel transfer tank; Early/Heald 3 wheel “gator” type ATV w/dump box; gravity box w/gear. Grain bins, Dryer & Grain Handling Equipment: Chicago Eastern 48’ Bin, 50,000 bu., w/20 hp squirrel cage fan, Cross 40’ auger, 20 hp unloading sweep auger; (2) Chicago Eastern 30’ bins, 12,000 bu., aeration floors & fans, cement blocks w/each bin; 3200 bu. load out bin; (8) 3000 bu., Gov. bins; Farm fans AB 350A, 220 LP grain dryer; all grain equipment 3 phase; Westfield MK 100-61, 61’ x 10” pto auger, hyd. lift, swing away hopper; Sheyenne/Westgo 6S20, 60’ x 8” auger, 15 hp, 3 phase motor,2 years old, used very little; Westgo 30’ x 10” auger, 20 hp, 3 phase motor.


Newton Wagon Works triple box wagon w/seat & EM-BR gear, wood spoke wheels, built in Batavia, IL, great condition; 1871 Clark & Utter-Gorham grain seeder, rotary seed drop, wood wheels, 1000 made; steel wheel farm wagon w/ Marsales painted box, good condition; IHC 3-14 plow, new rubber; Case 2-12 plow on rubber; JD 8’ field cultivator, pull type w/Decker 8’ harrow; (2) HD bob sled w/painted boxes; MW galvanized flare box wagon, hoist & gear; JD speed jack; Challenge & U.S.W.E.P. Co.; Batavia, pump jacks; many Hardees anvils of various heads; hay carrier winch w/hay forks, hay cradles, hay rope; JD-Hoover potato planter; Espinal potato planter; 4” x 32” wet stone; wood & steel implement wheels; early buck board w/seat; thrashing machine drive belts.


90 Cast Iron Implement seats; 80 Windmill weights; South Bend, Gold, 17 jewel Pocket Anniversary watch inscribed “CB Dempster”; Tangley Calliaphone, Calliope CA 43 player, w/extra rolls, installed within a 2002 enclosed trailer w/speciality tarps & Honda EU inverter 2000i; several sets of graduated sleigh bells on straps; rare antique tools; Cast Iron & Wood tool boxes w/oil cans, some lettered,  Walter Wood; Fordson etc. numerous small unique Cast Iron collectible items; 150 lighting rod bulbs, includes a set of 12 in original shipping box, 4 ½ large cap turquoise blue; (2) tall case clocks: Seth Thomas 1890’s, 8 Day, English 30 Hr; 1750’s rope bell strike, signed R.D. Boxall Godaiming, all original., set of 6 New Hampshire 1740’s plank seat pine chairs, sev. New England painted cupboards; Cast Iron Ruggles-Tethers-Wheel Soakers; different types & multi hand held corn shellers; German Springele, lg. collection of Pre 1948 China Brass including incense & smoke related items 400 pcs., Brass scales & wts., lg collection of Butter molds various sizes no two alike, Small cast iron collectibles, Delaval oil cans, Salesman samples, Sale bills from Chicago O’Hare area, egg baskets, lg collection of crocks to inc. rare 5 gal Apple sauce redwing, others  lettered, some Salt glazed, crock jugs, stackable crock jars, “Wrigley Store” Lee Ill. Butter crock different sizes & molds, Display cabinets, Irish Mall w lettering kiddy car, Lg milk bottle collections inc Elburn, Mooseheart, Batavia painted & embossed, Sponge ware mixing bowls, wood bowls & utensils, Tin ware,  antique tools inc circular plane & Stanley # 45,Horse Radish grinder & mills, R. Wilcox sharpeners stone, nut crackers; wagon wrenches; screw jacks; rain chain; cauldrons; crocks; chicken feeders; huts; catchers; 200’ split rail fence; cupboards; chairs; rockers; tables; restoration hardware; doors; windows; milk cans; copper items including apple butter kettle; barn doors; grain chute; wooden well pump w/16’ wood pipe, for dug well/cistern; scales; painted tables; 1800’s pool ball rack; tire chains; measuring chains; Burr Mill type hand grain grinders; trunks; milk stools; rope winders, coal tar wood container; brass blow torch mfg. by Sycamore, IL Brass Co.; shipping box lettered to Blackberry, IL.; copper lined humidor w/cans old tobacco; Ivory dominos; old yard games; early 1800’s spice cabinet w/rolling pin storage; redwood & wicker porch sets; West Morland green glassware; 1800’s cast iron sitting bulldog;large quantity new old stock, hardware, hinges, latches, crystal, marble, brass door knobs and locks; English white iron stone collection; volumes of Haas Little Leather library red books; Dekalb & LaSalle County atlas plat books;  Large Collections: Leed’s Scotland Blue Featheredge china early 1800’s; White iron stone platters; canning crocks – butter churns, 20 ga., 1 gal, crock jug; churn tops; kitchen tin ware; Sterling Silver cufflinks from Emperor Hirhito, Japan; rare Grape Bunch CI clock wts., N.H. 1800’s; lumber/tree brass calipers; brass scales; brass wts.; balance beam w/brass wts; Herb Schingoethe square dance records & amplication equipment; yard sticks; levels; Chicago Union Stock Yard bale hook; Century of Progress Chicago World’s Fair memorabilia & Souvenirs to inc. Northwood log furniture set; primitive child’s scooter; plus other pedal toys; miniature bob sled., Many other items too numerous to mention

John & Mary Lou White, Owners

Questions about items phone 630-879-7945


Auctioneers Note: We will be running 2 Auction Rings throughout the day. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a country auction. There will be plenty of off road parking. Live internet bidding is limited to the farm machinery, Windmill wts., implement seats. Beginning w/ THE seats, see internet for catalog & terms. This auction will feature antique items from A to Z from start to finish no in-between  

Terms: Cash, check, Visa/MC. 3 % convenience fee with credit card purchase. Number system will be used. Have proper ID. Not responsible for accidents or merchandise after sold. Statements made on sale day by auctioneers or owners take precedence over any and all printed matter. Items bought online MUST be picked up, NO delivery or shipping available.NO BUYERS PREMIUM



Mike Espe IL., 630-365-9838

Chris Wegener IL., 815-451-2820      www.go2wegenerauctions.com



Terms: Cash, check, Visa/MC. Number system will be used. Have proper ID. Not responsible for accidents or merchandise after sold. Statements made on sale day by auctioneers or owners take precedence over any and all printed matter

4 Miles west of Batavia, IL on Main St. road. 41 miles west of Chicago