We preview two amazing tractor, implement and memorabilia sales being organised by heritage vehicle sales specialist, Aumann Auctions.
Days Gone By Museum Auction
This will be four big days of sale action held on September 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th of September at 122 Davis St, Portland, TN. There will be tractors, trucks, engines, farm antiques and Maytag being sold, with an Open House on September 24th between 9am and 4pm, and there will be online bidding at the sale.
This will be one of the most exciting and varied auctions you will ever participate in! A huge collection of antique tractors from early Pre-1930 iron to late-model John Deere models. So many rare and unique tractors of nearly every model! Antique trucks from hard rubber tires to original gems from the 1950s are represented. Motorcycles, aeroplanes, scooters, horse-drawn wagons and much more!
The finest and most complete Maytag collection on the planet! Nearly every variation of engine including factory prototypes, racers, washers of nearly every early model, neon signs, signs, optional attachments, memorabilia and more!
The tractor highlights include: John Deere 320 Utility All Fuel (one of only two produced); one of the most original John Deere HWHs we’ve ever seen; an original paint un-styled AWH with two-way plow; set of original paint 530, 630 and 730 (all off the same Nebraska farm); Aultman Taylor 30-60; two Keck Gonnermans; Case 20-40; Case 12-25: Rumely 15-30 F.
Stewart Paquette’s historic Farmall Museum
A series of online-only auctions on October 11th-14th, with Open House on October 6th-7th between 9am and 3pm. This is undoubtedly one of the most well known and visited IH collections in the world! Stew Paquette’s collection featured all things International Harvester. Tractors, trucks, implements, signs, toys, memorabilia and so much more are all represented in this monumental auction! Many people have visited the collection over the years and walk away in astonishment. Not only of the many items on display, but the warm and inviting reception from Stew himself.
Stewart Paquette was well known in the collecting world, and brought a smile to anyone’s face that knew him. He had a passion, and it’s all shown at his impressive facility in Leesburg, Florida. Everything is in order and available for your inspection and review during regular museum hours. You can visit the collection’s website at: www.stewsihstuff.com.
You can get more details about all of these sales – and much else besides – from the Aumann website by clicking HERE