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Horse Drawn Hearse. Pallbearers Carriage, Oil Tank, buggies, wagons, etc. on Auction


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I've been pulled in several different directions the past week, burying a former classmate on Wednesday, then the Auction Friday, and our Club's Spaghetti Supper yesterday, but here are some of the prices I got. I missed some of them as there were 2 rings running for a while.

Starting with some of the smaller stuff and then working out to the wagons and carriages. . .
I missed the first couple Goat Wagons, but started writing down prices from there.

Moline Goat Wagon $2000.00
Weber Goat Wagon $1400.00
Birdsell Goat Wagon $2200.00
John Deere Goat Wagon $3000.00
(Auctioneer claimed it was the rarest one of the bunch with one selling for $16,000 recently !)
Twin City Seed Corn Grader $95.00

Then outside to the horse drawn equipment

3/4 sized McCormick Deering hay loader $2400.00
Full sized McCorminck Deering hay loader $500.00
N.C. Thompson Reaper $4500.00
Seeder(s) went for $150.00 & $200.00 each
John Deere Seeder went for $600.00


Then into the wagons.

Stoughton Combination Bed Wagon with folding sides $400.00 (should have gone a LOT Higher in my opinion)
Standard Oil Tank Wagon $7,000.00 (Nice profit on that considering I watched him buy the rusty hulk for $375 6 years ago)
John Deere Wagon $2300.00 then sold the Seat for another $500.00
Dray Wagon $5200.00
Moline Wagon $300.00
then sold the seat for another $300.00
Studebaker Wagon $1800.00 then sold the seat for another $1000.00

Then on to the Buggies and Carriages

The TRAP buggy $900.00
Studebaker "Light Lizzy" carriage $3000.00
(lights sold separately but I can't read my own writing on the price)
Moline Plow Co. Buggy $657.00 Real nice local buggy made in Freeport IL in the same building that eventually made the Stephens Cars
Fluetter Buggy with 4 wheel steering $1200.00
Henney Buggy (locally made in Freeport) $700.00
Henney "Flying Dutchman" Carriage $2500.00
nine ORIGINAL unrestored Henney buggy $1000.00
Staver buggy (automotive style body) $3500.00
? Buggy with jump seat $1800.00
Henney buggy (one of the First Ones Made) $500.00
(should have gone higher looked original unrestored)
Studebaker buggy $700.00
Fitzgibbons buggy $850
then the lights sold for another $100.00
Studebaker buggy $600.00
Velie Top Buggy $500.00
Irish Cart $900.00
+ another $150.00 for the lights
Studebaker "Light Lizzy" carriage $800.00 +another $130.00 for the lights (was every bit as nice as the 1st one that sold for $3000.00)
Emerson buggy $800.00
Storm buggy $450.00
Rockway Carriage $4600.00
+ another $350.00 for the lights
Atchinson Railroad people hauler $9000.00 + another $200.00 for the lights
Dairy wagon $5700.00
Mail Carrier wagon $9500.00
Rawleigh Salesmans wagon $3250.00
WWI Ambulance $16,000.00
Pallbearers Coach $14,500.00
+ another $400.00 for the lights
Hearse $16,500.00 + another $3,000.00 for the lights $19,500 Total
The Hearse and Pallbearers Coach were used for Roberts Funeral last year and I found out after the sale that hearse is staying in the family with his brother buying it.
Rockway Carriage $2900.00

I didn't get any prices on the sleds or sleighs

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Default Re: Horse Drawn Hearse. Pallbearers Carriage, Oil Tank, buggies, wagons, etc. on Auct

Did you get a price on the Farmers Friend Cast Iron Seat?

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Default Re: Horse Drawn Hearse. Pallbearers Carriage, Oil Tank, buggies, wagons, etc. on Auct

The WWI Ambulance realy went good.

Such an item fits wonderful in an museum arround Ypres.

Dit not knew they had goat wagons in North America...
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Did you get a price on the Farmers Friend Cast Iron Seat?

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Sorry, but Those are ALL the prices I wrote down.

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Just curious... Why put springs on a hearse?
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The Passenger may be departed but you don't want to "Rattle Their Bones".

Not to mention the large glass side windows and all the Ornate Wood Carvings decorating the Hearse that you don't want shifting and twisting on every bump in the road. Solid axles would probably destroy a work of art like that in short time with trim pieces popping off and the tight fitting doors would probably bind up if the body twisted.

Plus the driver and maybe a passenger up front may as well be comfortable.

But those are just MY Thoughts on it.

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Thanks.. I was just being a SA..
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