8900 Bardstown Road, Springfield, Kentucky 40069, United States
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(502) 349-7700 or (859)-336-4700

REAL ESTATE AUCTION PROFESSIONALS

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UPCOMING AUCTIONS

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Items up for bid

EQUIPMENT: 24’ GN EBY aluminum horse trailer “never used”, 3210 10’ bushhog “like new”, 5610 Ford tractor (1165 hrs.) w/2840 QT bushhog loader, 02 4x4 3/4 ton Dodge pickup 134,900 miles, Load Trail 7 ton G.N. flat trailer, several bumper hitch trailers, 6’ grader blade, 5’ grader box, 5’ bushhog, 12 wheel disk, band saw, concrete mixer, 3pt. Seed broadcaster, drill press hydraulic press, (2) 12’ hay elevators, trailer axle, Danhauser post hole digger, wood splitter, wagon, hay fork, huge lift, Cub Cadet LTX 1045 lawn tractor. MISC: 9.8’ WeldBilt fishing boat, 24’ Aqua Patio pontoon, 45’ X 9.6’ office trailer, (2) 10’x16’ buildings, (4) 53’ box trailers, Evinrude boat motor “runs”, dog kennels, fishing equip., camper, (2) dismantled carports, nice saddle, 10 rolls barbwire, woven wire fence, copper pipe, generators, (31) ladders, big stainless steel meat cutter, sign & flag pole, toy horse collection, electrical supplies, several log chains, windows, many carts. “Expect bulk lots on framing lumber, insulation, tools, bolts, nails, tarps, etc.” HOUSEHOLD: Oak roll top desk, oak table, oak china hutch, beds, cedar chest, chairs, couches, pool table, church pews, Amana range, Frigidaire refrigerator, clocks, household goods. RIFLES: Win. 12ga. pump shot gun, Investarm Spa 50cal. black powder, (2) Norinco SKSS 7.62 x 30mm-China, Win. 30/30, Savage Stevens model 58 410 cal., Rem. 22 model 550-1, Frontier carbine 50 cal. black powder. PISTOLS: S&W 357 Magnum, S&W 22 long, 44 cal. Pedersol & 45 cal. Connecticut Valley Arms black powder. Family Consignor: Savage 12ga. pump, 20 ga. single, Crossman Arms 22 single. (Selling in cooperation with gun dealer.)  We will have 2 artworks - Forms of advertising copyrighted 1910 Winchester - Remington art works. These "artworks" hung on the walls behind the bar at Mike Linnig's Restaurant in Louisville, KY from 1960's to the 1980's  when they took them down. Damage on artwork from surviving the 1966 Mike Linnig's fire which destroyed the restaurant.

TERMS: Cash or check w/proper I.D. A ten percent (10%) buyer’s premium will be added to all winning bids to determine final sale total. Food by: New Salem Baptist Church Mission Committee. 

OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SUNDAY. MARCH 10th, 1 - 3PM. For more info call FRED MUDD. 

*All announcements day of sale take precedence over all advertising. 


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