Ernie Blaschka

Marshall, WI

Monday, Sept. 5, 2005 Time: 10:30

SEE SELECTED PHOTOS (more added 9/3 7pm)

Location: At warehouse across from Marshall Town Lumber, north end of Marshall on Hwy. 73 by RR track.

Note: At the young age of 86 Ernie has decided to sell his collectables. Items are stored in buildings. Impossible to get very many pictures. Available for inspection beginning Sunday, Sept. 4th.

Antique & Collectable Tractors & Equipment

IHC 240 fast hitch w/cultivator
2 IHC Super C’s w/cultivators
NI horse drawn spreader
MM horse drawn spreader
IHC corn binder-very nice
Older corn binder-as is
IH #6 horse mower
IH 2 row planter
2 bob sleds
2 walking plows
JD 1 row horse drawn cultivator
Rosenthal 6 roll corn shredder
Horse disc
2 section wood drag
Gehl hammer mill
3 pt scraper blade
Triple grain box-bad bottom

Complete Storage Unit Contents

Air compressor
Quantity of tools
Recurve bow
NASCAR cars & cards
Fishing items
Household items
Lawn & garden tools
Round oak table & chairs
Impossible to see all


12 ga. double barrel w/hammers
12 ga. double barrel musket w/wire twist barrel
Powder horn

Misc. Many Collectables

Lrg. metal roof mount w/cow weather vane
Lindsay hand corn sheller
Barrel cart
Fanning mill
Cant hook
Ice tongs
Wooden ice cream freezers
Wooden duck decoys
Franklin wood burning stove
Old fuel cans
Hay forks
Kerosene lanterns
School desks
Abt. 75 traps-some w/tags
Milk cans
Dinner bell
Wood & steel barrels
Balloon tire bicycle
Iron wheel barrow
Wooden pulleys-large & small
Lrg wooden religious decorations
Turtle game
Slip scraper
Maytag wringer washer
Chicken crates, feeders & waterer
Set of pony harnesses w/collars
Wooden boat
2 chick brooders
Snow fence
Steel & wood fence posts
20 2x4x24?
4x6 timbers & misc. lumber
Pump jack
Drive belts
New woven & barbed wire
2 new vinyl windows
Table saw
14” older radial arm saw
Car ramps
Misc. siding
Some household items

More misc. Impossible to list all.

Terms: Cash or good check

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Last Updated: August 11, 2005