ADAMSON – NOVEMBER 14, 2021

RURAL BRIMFIELD REAL ESTATE, 1951 CADILLAC, ANTIQUES, TOOLS, OUTDOOR AND MORE 

The following 4.45 acres with ranch style home, nice garage, timber, 1951 Cadillac, antiques and more will be sold on location at 16603 West Southport Rd. Brimfield, IL (Just east of Oak Hill along Rt. 8), on 

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14TH, 2021                  AT 12:00 NOON (R.E. SELLS FIRST) 

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REAL ESTATE: The legal description of this property is A part of the Northeast Quarter of Section 7 in Rosefield Township, Township 9 North, Range 6 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian. Parcel ID 12-07-200-008. This property consists of 4.446 acres (approx. 3 acres are timber). There is a 20ft. wide easement to allow access to the fields to the west and north of the property. A 2-bedroom ranch style home with full basement sits on this property. The main floor is listed as 1016 sq. ft. A screened in entrance porch leads to a decent sized kitchen, lg. open dining and living room area, 2 bedrooms and one full bath. There is ample closet space with steps off of the kitchen leading to a walk-up attic. The basement is full and has laundry area and another shower. This house was built in 1950. Furnace and central air are in good working condition. The unattached garage is 24’ x 38’ with 2 8’x7’ overhead doors with lock code and opener on one door. It is heated with an LP furnace and insulated. The ceiling is metal and cement is poured in front of garage. There is also a 9’x20’ lean to built on to the back. An older garden shed in need of some repair also sits on the property. The house needs remodeling and updating but is structurally sound and would make a beautiful home if redone. School District is Elmwood. The timber acres do provide hunting potential. Terms are a non-refundable 10% down the day of auction with the balance to be pd. in full at closing in approx. 30 days. An OPEN HOUSE will be held on Wednesday October 13th from 5-6 p.m. 

NOTE: This is a large auction. 2 lines will be running for the duration of the sale, so plan accordingly. 

CADILLAC: 1951 Cadillac 62 series CP ser.#516284412 2 door green hard top—was a show car totally restored by Cashman Cadillac and purchased In Las Vegas (orig. one owner car), have the orig. bill of sale and book, car is in fabulous condition and was running when parked. Car will sell around 1 p.m. 

ANTIQUES AND PRIMITIVES: 2.5’ X 6’ Butcher’s block primitive table—BF Goodrich Schwinn built Wasp bicycle, complete—coll. of 1940-78 license plates—coll. of 50’s era Matchbox and a few nice redline Hot Wheels cars—old Matchbox Deluxe coll. case–lg. coll. of old wrenches—lg. coll. of razors (bone, brass, jade, wood and other straight razors in orig. boxes), many old electric razors in boxes, shaving items—pocket knives—glass oil bottles and carrier, old oil and gas cans—wooden pulleys—metal tractor seat—old school lockers—rotating Emerson fan—IBM shop clock—series 1924 radiator cap display cabinet w/caps—1970’s Emerson stereo system and AKAI system—retro radios and electronics—retro NB kitchen items (fondue pot, plastic dishes, utensils, etc.)—sm. Hubley firetruck—60’, 70’s era albums (Cat Stevens, Bob Segar, Rod Stewart, Heart, Carpenter’s, Carol King and more)—7-Up wooden cases—orig. Comp AQ computer system–prim. shoe forms on wire—vintage Deora and Merc. Benz models in boxes—blue painted childs rocking horse and rocking chair—misc. plastic and metal old toys, games, etc.—Ch. Bears and other belt buckles—galv. items—old iron skillets, griddles—carnival style beer glasses, Blue Ribbon, Budweiser, Schlitz)—unique Stock Market old analyzer board—lighted Blatz sign—Coors Banquet mirror—round Blue Ribbon wall light—Ind. State NCAA 1979 7-up bottle–old Yankee Clipper sled—1963 Peoria manual and other retro ashtrays—old metal cracker tin w/lid—crocks and jars—FK, Pyrex, depression, amber, red and other glass—iron carriage—Kodascope projector and old cameras—Sewmore sewing machine—nice Kitchen-aid Classic Plus mixer w/attach.—NB Pampered Chef bread tube—lamps and lanterns—primitives and many smalls and basic antiques—FURNITURE: mission oak double hall tree w/can rest—mission oak buffet w/mirror—4 mission oak dining chairs—old trunks–nice prim. dresser w/mirror—ant. spindled head board—oak desk—rocker—nice stands and end tables—ornate buffet w/mirror—patio furniture—bench—HOUSEHOLD: newer GE white refrig.—older chest freezer—maytag gas stove—sm. appliances—linens—Danielle Steele and other hardbacks, cookbooks—misc. 

OUTDOOR/TOOLS: Dodge Custom 1977 D100 pick-up (very rough, not running)—nice Ariens 22 HP auto. 46” riding mower—JD L110 auto. 42” lawn mower, not running—old Craftsman rider, parts–nice Mac 5HP 220 amp Industrial air compressor, 80 gallon tank on pallet—Shop Smith lathe—Mighty Mac stump grinder, 9HP gas motor—new lawn works lawn trailer—Craftsman top/bottom tool box with Mac attached sides—Snap-On YA217 arc welder on stand, nice–like new Snap-On click torque wrench—Snap-On sockets and wrenches—Craftsman 10” table saw and other tools—air tools—Mac hand tools–Stihl 14” bar 023 chain saw—Stihl FS44 gas weed eater—Stihl FE electric weed eater—Stihl BE55 electric blower—Mil. Hole Dawg drill—Gorilla lawn wagon—Lincoln welder—12 ton shop press—2 NB 12” wind turbines—Sun 920 elect. engine tester on cart—electronic meters—70-88 Chilton repair books—Pro-Tech port table angle saw–oxygen accet. torch set on cart—4’ x 7’ welding table—metal truck bed tool box—port. picnic table—garden tools and supplies—good scrap iron—fluids, paint, hardware, hand tools, cords, drills, bench and hand grinders, 2 ton and other jacks, bench vice, drill presses, chop and bench saws, bolt bins and bolts, motor stand, copper battery cable, chargers, car parts, scythes, hay forks, squirrel cage fan, old 2 man saws, reese hitch, base and top tool boxes, stainless fish frying pans, chicken wire—port. air comp. w/gas engine—wood hand corn grinder—old steel wheeled cultivator—nice 18’ fiberglass ext. ladder—other ladders—LP gas cooker—rough 1977 metal 15’ boat, title, 30 HP Mercury motor attached—much more. 

CHRISTINE ADAMSON ESTATE—SELLER 

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FOLGER’S AUCTION SERVICE, INC.—WILLIAMSFIELD, IL (JIM AND CATHIE GIBBS, JIM FOLGER)                   Ph. 309-368-6314 and 309-337-2150  Email: folgersauctionservice@gmail.com Cash, check or credit card accepted (no cards on real estate or vehicles). Lunch served. 

Attorney for seller: Whitney and Potts, Ltd.—Elmwood, IL 309-742-3611