Jeff Boston Auction Service, LLC

"A Farmer, Working For Farmers"

Serving IN - IL - KY, specializing in Farm Equipment and Farm Land

Upcoming Auctions

Feb 29 - 10:00AM at 3901 S Hwy 41 Terre Haute, IN

Jeff Boston Auction Service (812) 382-4440

Roger Sturgeon

Having retired from farming, Roger Sturgeon will sell the following @ PUBLIC AUCTION

Due to parking concerns, this sale is being moved to the Vigo Co. Fairgrounds for your convenience. LOCATION: 3901 S. Hwy 41, Terre Haute, IN 47802. DIRECTIONS: from I-70 and US 41, go south ¾ mi. to the fairgrounds.

INSPECTION AT THE FAIRGROUNDS: Wednesday, February 26th through Friday, February 28th from 9 AM to 4 PM each day; contact Roger Sturgeon with any questions regarding the equipment @ (812) 208-7288.

Online bidding will be available at on select items.

TRACTORS: 1998 John Deere 9200 4x4 bareback w/ CAH, 12-spd. gear drive, (4) SCV’s, 620/70R42, 10-bolt duals, (1) pr. of inside rear wheel weights &  hammerstrap (6214 hrs, SN RW 9200H010296, 310 eng. hp); 1998 John Deere 8400 MFWD w/ CAH, 16/4 P.S., 3-pt, CAT II / III fast hitch, lg. 1000 PTO, (4) SCV’s plus “Power Beyond”, F.S. 480/80R46 rear 10-bolt duals, front F.S.  380/85R34 singles w/ fenders, (20) front weights, 1400 lb inside rear weights, hammerstrap, & “Auto Steer” ready (5681 hrs, SN RW8400P022050, 225 pto hp); 1990 John Deere 4455, 2WD w/ CAH, “Quad Range”, 3-pt, dual pto, Cat II / III fast hitch, (2) SCV’s plus “Power Beyond”, F.S. 18.4R38 drive tires plus G.Y. 18.4-38 duals (6554 hrs, SN 8523, 142 pto hp); 1988 John Deere 4450, 2WD w/ CAH, “Quad Range”, 3-pt, dual pto, Cat II / III fast hitch, (2) SCV’s, G.Y. 18.4-38’s w/ 10-bolt  duals, (10) front weights, (2) pr of rear weights (6588 hrs, SN 27596, 140 pto hp); 1966 John Deere 4020 diesel “Powershift” w/ wide front, 3-pt, dual pto, (2) SCV’s, 18.4-34’s, & (3) front weights (9832 hrs, SN 131691).

COMBINE, HEADS, & CARRIERS: 2005 CIH 8010 AFX, 4x4 w/ “Field Tracker”, Pro 600, chopper, spreader, single point hyds, buddy seat, 21’ auger, platform ext., H.D. axle, power heated mirrors, cold start pkg, HID stadium lights, beacon lights, Firestone 20.8R42 radial 10-bolt duals, F.S. 600/65R28 radial rear (2498 / 3798 hrs, SN HAJ105703); 2008 CIH 2408-30, 8R30 “Poly” cornhead w/ hyd. deck plates & single point hyds. (SN CBJ038779); 2006 CIH 2062-36’ draper head (SN CCC0015453); UF HT36, 36’ head carrier w/ ext. tongue & 11L-15’s; UF HT25, 25’ head carrier.

PLANTER: Kinze 3600, 16/31 split row, no-till planter w/ seed firmers, markers, KPMII, (16) corn meters, (31) lg. & sm. bean plates (15,551 total acres, SN 615342).

SEED TENDER: nice J&M “Speed Tender 375” on tri-axle b.h. trailer w/ Avery “Weigh Tronix” scales, remote control, Honda GX 340 elec. start motor & pump, telescoping chute (SHARP outfit).

TECHNOLOGY: Ag Leader Paradyme steering system w/ Integra monitor, unlocked to RTK (w/o hyd. kit).

TILLAGE: Great Plains Turbo-Till 3000 TT-30’ w/ Bellota Vortex coulters, frt. 20 ½”, rear 21” (1-owner, SN GP-4614NN); John Deere 637, 28’7” finish disk w/ Remlinger harrow (frt. 17 ½”, rear 19”); 11-spring shank, 3-pt chisel plow.

EQUIPMENT: John Deere 1518, 15’ sm. 1000 PTO, batwing mower w/ chain pkg; Caldwell H.D. 8’ hyd. tilt, 3-pt grader blade; Danuser 12”, 3-pt posthole digger; Woods 59” light duty, 3-pt blade (for compact); Donahue-type 32’x8’ implement trailer w/ flotation rubber; Hutchinson 8” hopper unloader w/ 5-hp, 220-V motor; King Kutter 5’, 3-pt rock rake (near new); Grain King 70’x10” swing-away auger w/ hyd. lift; Mayrath 60’x10” pto transport auger w/ hyd. lift; Brent 670 grain cart, sm. 1000 pto, 24.5-32 rubber, roll tarp, J-Star mod. 5 digital scales; Gandy “Orbit-Air” air seeder (for cover crops, mounts on tillage tool).

LATE ADDITION TRAILERS: 1993 Hillsboro 14k, tandem axle, 16+4 gooseneck trailer w/ adjustable height dove (shedded and nice condition; late 50’s? Nelson 36' low boy trailer w/ 16' lower deck and tandem dual rear axles.

HAY EQUIPMENT: 1990 John Deere 348 “Twine” baler, 540 pto w/ hyd. swing (SN 843926); John Deere 350, 7’, 3-pt belt-drive, 540 pto sickle mower; New Holland 478, 7’ moco (old, SN 467503).

TRUCKS: 1995 Ford L8000 diesel, tri-axle grain truck w/ twin screw, rear air tandem, Reiten 26’ alum bed, 72” sides, cargo doors, roll tarp, 8.3 Cummins, EF Road Ranger 8-spd plus Lo-Lo, front 425/65R22.5’s, rear 11R22.5’s (white, only 167,780 miles); 1991 Volvo tandem semi-tractor w/ sleeper, air ride cab & susp., Detroit diesel, EF 9-spd., 11R22.5’s, 198” W.B. (True Miles Unknown).

PICKUP: 2004 Chev Silverado 2500 H.D. LS, crew cab, short bed ¾-T, 4x4 w/ “Duramax” diesel, “Allison” auto, pwr. equipment, G.N. hitch, dark cloth int. w/ pewter exterior (228k miles).

MISCELLANEOUS: Husqvarna 3300 PSI gas pressure washer; 100-gal. p.u. fuel tank w/ Fill Rite 12-V pump; more listing of the “Farm Miscellaneous” coming soon!

TERMS: Cash or Good Check w/ valid picture I.D. Nothing removed until settled for. Not responsible in case of accident or theft. All items sold As-Is. Concessions and Porta Potty Available.

Jeff Boston Auction Service, LLC
(812) 382-4440
5189 W St Rd 154, Sullivan, IN 47882
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“A Farmer, Working For Farmers” Serving IN-IL-KY

Mar 07 - 10:00AM at 1517 Maple Ave Terre Haute, IN

Jeff Boston Auction Service (812) 382-4440

The collection of …

LOCATION: 1517 Maple Ave, Terre Haute, IN 47804     

Seller: Mary Alice Newman


This is the first of two outstanding sales from Mr. Newman’s collection incl. porcelain and metal SIGNS; CLOCKS incl. neon; THERMOMETERS incl. porcelain; BOTTLES, and more. Following the second sale, which will be held in April, the property, buildings, and rolling stock of Shadow Auction will be put on the market to be sold.

This sale features PETROLIANA: 6’ T Red Crown porcelain thermometer, 500 Platolene, Standard, Galena, Riley Bros, Tracto, Fram, Atlas, Prestone, and more; AUTOMOTIVE: Roberts and Hookey “Chrysler / Plymouth” neon sign; Goodrich “Silvertowns”; Willard and Red Seal Battery; TOBACCO: 6’ Mail Pouch porcelain thermometer, Waitt and Bond Blackstone, LaFendrich, WOW, Camel, Phillip Morris, Old Gold, Marvels, Winston, Hi-Plane, and more; DAIRY: Meadow Gold and Borden’s neon signs, and more; SODA: “76 Ale”, Nugrape, Coca Cola, Upper10, RC, B-1, 7-Up, Orange Crush, Mission Orange, Hires, Mason’s, Dr. Pepper, Vess, Icee, and more; PHARMACUTICAL: Rexall, Ex-Lax, Ramon’s; BEER: Cook’s, Berghoff, Sterling, Heineken; OTHER INTERESTS: porcelain “BARBER SHOP” light pole sign, Bus Depot, Clover Brand Shoes, Carhartt, Blue Wing, Toastmaster, Toledo Scales, International and Carter Paint, Peabody Coal, Jap Rose, Cub Scouts, Peebles, GE TV and Radio, Burger Chef, Kaff-A, 1946 NRA prints, and more! BOTTLES incl. CV, Sterling, Fehrs, Old Export, incl. oversized, and more; LOCAL INTEREST: Large asst. of Champagne Velvet incl. “Spinner” clock, Hulman and Co., People’s Brewery, Terre Haute Brewing, Farmers Pride, Clabber Girl, Paitson’s “Keen Kutter”, Dietz Lake, Standard Scales, Terre Haute Auto Club, Dependable, Valentines, J.I. Case, Peoples Choice, Terre Haute Beer, and more!      

INSPECTION, PRE-REGISTRATION, and ABSENTEE BIDS: Bidder INSPECTION is encouraged, but not required, on: Thursday, March 5th from 1 - 5 PM EST Friday, March 6th from 1 - 5 PM EST

***   DOORS OPEN @ 8:00 AM EST day of sale   ***

1 - “Nugrape” metal sign, embossed, self-framing 24”x12”

2 - “Chew Mail Pouch” porcelain thermometer self-framing, 39”x8”

3 - “Clabber Girl Baking Powder” (cloth) framed sign 38 ¼”x21”

4 - “Super Galena Motor Oil” metal sign, embossed self-framing, A-M Sign Co, Lynchburg VA, 2-51, 12”x60”

5 - “Royal Crown Cola” metal thermometer Donasco 11-52, 9 ½”x25 ½”

6 - “Relax & Enjoy it, Chew WOW Tobacco” metal thermom 39”x8”, 4-41

7 - “Champagne Velvet Beer” tin on cardboard sign (man in sailboat), 20 ½”x15”, J F Kerman

8 - “Fram Filter Service” metal thermometer Fram Corp Providence, R I, 39”x8”

9 - “Atlas Perma Guard” metal thermometer SP-1539, USA 1950, 36”x8”

10 - “Coca Cola” metal (Cigar Shape) thermometer USA (1950’s), 30”x8”

11 - “Waitt & Bond Blackstone Cigar” porcelain sign embossed, 12”x38”

12 - "Champagne Velvet” metal / mesh sign Terre Haute Brewing Co Terre Haute, IN, 16”x14”

13 - “Prestone Anti-Freeze” porcelain thermom., 36”x9"

14 - “The Rexall Store” porcelain sign, 39”x8”

15 - “500 Platolene” 12” glass face thermometer

16 - 6' T “Red Crown Gasoline” porcelain thermometer (Standard Oil Co), Copyright 1921, 72”x17 ¾” (ADV 244)

17 - “Coca Cola” metal thermometer, embossed, 16” T USA 1941

18 - “Ask For La Fendrich Cigar, Always A Cool Smoke” 5c metal thermometer, 25 ½”Tx9 ¾”W

19 - “Champagne Velvet Beer, We Do Not Serve Minors” composite sign, 13”x10 ½”

20 - “Champagne Velvet Beer, We Do Not Serve Minors” composite sign, 13”x10 ½”

21 - “Champagne Velvet Beer” composite sign Kirby-Gogeshall-Steimau, Mil., Wisc, 10 ½”x16 ½”

22 - “Goodrich Silver Towns Tires-Tubes” porc. sign 58”x18”

23 - “Exlax, the Chocolated Laxative” porcelain therm. dated 1915, 38”x8”

24 - “Willard Batteries” 2-sided, metal flange sign AM Sign Co, Lynchburg, VA 6-56, 20”x19”

25 - “GE Electronics, Tubes TV & Radio Service” clock working light-up clock, self-encased 19 ½”x15 ½”

26 - “Vess”12 ½” glass face thermometer by Pam Clock Co

27 - “Phillip Morris” metal sign, embossed self-framing, Stout Sign Co, St. Louis, 27 ½”x10”

28 - “Old Gold Cigarettes” metal sign “Old Gold Cigarettes, Regular and King Size”, No 4523 A, USA, 4“x12”

29 - “Mail Pouch Tobacco” porcelain thermometer w/ wood frame, 36-H, 72”x18”

30 - “Drink Upper 10” metal sign, embossed Donaldson Art Sign Co. Covington, Ky, No. 3520) 39”x11 ½”

31 - “Champagne Velvet Beer” glass faced menu board framed, Crystal Mfg. Co., Chicago, 14”x25”

32 - “Riley Bros Oil” 2-sided porcelain flange sign Burdick, Chicago, 12”x21”

33 - “American Federation of Labor - Union House” sign tin on cardboard, 6”x11”

34 - “International Paint Co Inc." glass face thermom. “International Paint Co Inc., The Choice of Master Painters Everywhere” 12” glass face thermometer by Pam Clock Co

35 - “Carter White Lead” porcelain thermometer Ptd. 1915, Beech, Conn, 7”x27”

36 - “Clover Brand Shoes” metal 2-pc. embossed sign (on back H.J. Hughes, Marshall, ILLS.), 24”x72”

37 - “L & M” dimensional metal thermometer, 6”x13 ¼”

38 - “Marlboro Phillip Morris” metal thermometer Litho USA, 6”x13 ½”

39 - “Camels” dimensional metal thermometer by Robertson, 6”x13 ½”

40 - “B-1 Lemon Lime” dimensional metal thermometer T-200, 4 ¾”x16 3/8”

41 - “Champagne Velvet Beer” tin on cardboard sign 15”x20 ½”

42 - “Red Seal Dry Battery” porcelain thermometer Ptd. March 16, 1915, Beech, Conn., 28”x7”

43 - “Bedino Chapel of the Valley Drexel” clock, works double bubble glass, 15”

44 - “Champagne Velvet Beer” tin on cardboard sign 15”x20”

45 - “Cooks Goldblume Beer” cardboard sign by FW Cook Comp Inc. Evansville IN, 26”x20”

46 - “Cooks Beer” (Horseshoe) metal sign, embossed by FW Cook Comp Inc. E’ville IN, 11 ¾”x14”

47 - “Cooks Beer” tin on cardboard sign F W Cook Comp Inc. Evansville IN, 11”x13”

48 - “Royal Crown Cola” metal sign embossed, self-framing, Product of Nehi Corp., 9-51, 54”x18”

49 - “Champagne Velvet " tin on cardboard sign “Champagne Velvet Terre Haute Brewing Inc., Terre Haute, IN”, 14”x19”

50 - “Roberts & Hookey Parts Dept." working neon sign “Roberts & Hookey Parts Dept., Chrysler Plymouth”, American Electric Kalamazoo Mich., 14”x21” ... PICKUP ONLY

51 - “Peoples Brewery Terre Haute In.” cardboard sign framed, has damage, 18”x36”

52 - “Paitson Bros Hardware Co, Keen Kutter” metal sign embossed, 10”x28”

53 - “Peabody Premium Coal” porcelain thermometer, 1915 8”x29”

54 - “A O Gillis Memory Chapel” 15" working clock (Double Bubble glass)

55 - “A O Gillis & Sons” mirror with thermometer “Our Country", 12”x22”

56 - “Masons Root Beer” working clock by Pam Clock Corp, Made in USA, 15”x15”

57 - “Drink Mason’s Root Beer” metal, embossed thermom. 47, 9 ½”x25 ½”

58 - “Government - Standard Scales Terre Haute IN” sign wooden, 15 ½”x37 ½”

59 - “Champagne Velvet" tin on cardboard sign “Champagne Velvet Terre Haute Brewing Co Terre Haute, IN”, 15”x20”

60 - “Lions International” 30” metal sign

61 - “B P O E” 30” porcelain sign

62 - “Dietz Lake Straight Ahead” 24” metal sign (the cream color on sign is textured)

63 - Picture of "Terre Haute Brewing Co., Home of CV" “Terre Haute Brewing Co, Home of Champagne Velvet Beer” picture of plant, 50 ¾”x24”

64 - “Coca Cola” metal thermometer, 55, 17” T

65 - “Winston Cigarettes” dimensional metal thermometer 13 ¾”x6”

66 - “Camels, Have a Real Cigarette” metal thermometer dimensional, 13 ¾” T“

67 - “R C Cola” dimensional metal thermometer, 13 ½”x6”

68 - “Cub Scouts” metal thermometer, 16”x5”

69 - “Marvels Cigarettes” metal thermometer, 12”x4”

70 - “Hulman & Co Manufactures” porcelain sign, 30”x36”

71 - “Coca Cola” 2-sided metal flange sign AM 1-52, 22”x18 ½”

72 - “Terre Haute Auto Club, Emergency Service” sign 2-sided, porcelain, 35 ¾”x24 ¼”

73 - Lidded wooden box “Terre Haute Brewing Co” 12”x20 ½”x21”

74 - “Dependable Brand Pure Lard” metal 8 lb can Home Packing Co Terre Haute Indiana

75 - “P J Ryan & Sons, Established 1875” metal thermom. 9” (glass face missing)

76 - “Valentines Pure Lard Shortening” metal 3 lb can Valentine Co Inc Terre Haute IN

77 - “Dependable Brand” metal 4 lb can Pure Lard Home Packing Co Terre Haute IN

78 - “Pepsi Cola” metal bottle carrier w/ bottles “Pepsi Cola” embossed metal bottle carrier with six 12 ounce bottles

79 - Kaff-A, an Animal Feed” 25 lb metal can with lid “Kaff-A For Starting and Growing Calves, an Animal Feed”

80 - “Burger Chef” wooden bird house, 8” T x 9” W

81 - “Dependable Brand Pure Lard" 50 lb metal can “Dependable Brand Pure Lard Home Packing Co” Net Weight 50 pound

82 - “Courtesy of Sterling Beer, Know Your Army” sign “Courtesy of Sterling Beer, Know Your Army” Ranks of NCO and Officers tin on cardboard sign, Sterling Brewers, Inc Evansville, IN, 15”x20”

83 - Oversized glass Sterling Beer Bottle, 20" T Brewed and Bottled by Sterling Brewers Inc Evansville IN, bottom embossed: Phelphs Mfg Co Terre Haute In

84 - “Drink Champagne Velvet - Root Beer” metal carrier 9”x10”x14”

85 - “Champagne Velvet” gummed Root Beer labels

86 - “Blue Wing" metal, embossed, self-framing sign “Blue Wing, A little Betr Work & Play Clothes Since 1919”, 12”x20”

87 - "Toledo Scale Co" tin on cardboard sign “Our Weighing Service” is Rendered by Toledo Scales no Springs– Honest Weight” , 11”x17 ½”

88 - Oversized glass CV Brand Gold Label Beer bottle amber, 30” T

89 - Oversized glass “Fehrs” amber bottle, 20” T Frank Fehr Brewing Co Inc Louisville Co

90 - Oversized glass “Fehrs” amber bottle, 20” T Frank Fehr Brewing Co Inc Louisville Co

91 - Oversized glass “Old Export” amber bottle, 30” T

92 - “Champagne Velvet Beer” tin on cardboard sign 14”x16 ½”

93 - “Coca Cola” (Bottle) metal thermometer, 17”

94 - “Coca Cola” (Bottle) metal thermometer embossed, 1-15-38, 6 ¾”x16”

95 - “Cooks Goldblume Beer & Ale” embossed metal sign FW Cook Co. Inc. E’ville, In., 12”x24”

96 - "Terre Haute Beer Brewing” porcelain sign Beaver Falls, Pa. (curved light pole sign), 18”x23 ½”

97 - “Cooks Beer and Ale" metal thermometer “Cooks Beer and Ale, All Weather Rain or Shine”, FW Cook Co. Inc. E’ville, In., 4”x12”

98 - “Champagne Velvet, Smooth” composition sign 10 ½”x16 ½”

99 - “Keys Made” metal and glass cube Curtis Ind Cleveland Ohio, 7 ½”x7 ½x9”

100 - Cooks Beer Goldblume “Black Americana” TOC sign (tin on cardboard) “De boss sho’ likes his Cook’s”, FW Cook Co Evansville IN, 13”x21”

101 - “76 Ale” metal diamond shaped sign Terre Haute Brewing Co Inc , 47”x47”

102 - “Drink Orange Crush” 12” glass face thermometer

103 - “7-UP, The Uncola” 12” glass face thermom., 1971

104 - “McNess County Livestock Feeding Programs” thermom 12” glass face, Made in USA

105 - “Drink Coca Cola In Bottles” glass face thermom. 12”, USA, Freeport, Ill., 495-A

106 - “Champagne Velvet" “Black Americana” comp. sign “Champagne Velvet, Leads Them All”, 10 ½”x16 ½”

107 - "Terre Haute Brewing" glass amber crown top bottle “Terre Haute Brewing Terre Haute IN” embossed, 12”T

108 - "Terre Haute Brewing" glass amber bottle “Terre Haute Brewing Terre Haute IN” embossed, signed ROOT on base, 11½,”

109 - “Terre Haute Brewing" Blob top glass amber bottle “Terre Haute Brewing Terre Haute IN” S B & G Co, 9 ½”

110 - “Bus Depot Southern Limited Inc" porc. flange sign 2-sided, 14”x20”

111 - “Chew Mail Pouch Tobacco” dimensional metal therm. 3”x9” (on the back “off the old shed, 1939”)

112 - “Peebles 1958 Whey Products” glass faced thermom. 12”, by Pam Clock Co.

113 - “Things Go Better With Coke” glass faced thermom. 12”, 495A

114 - “Trailmobile” 12” glass faced thermometer

115 - “Kirk’s Jap Rose Soap Toilet” porcelain thermom. 1915, 7”x27”

116 - “The Peoples Brewing” glass amber bottle crown top, embossed with eagle, Terre Haute IN, 9 ½”

117 - “The Peoples Brewing” lite mint green bottle crown top, embossed w/ eagle, Terre Haute IN 9 ½”

118 - "Dependable Brand Meat Products" neon clock, works “Dependable Brand Meat Products, Home Packing Co.”, white neon clock, 20”

119 - “Farmers Pride Coffee Hulman & Co" canvas sign “Farmers Pride Coffee Hulman & Co, Terre Haute IN Mattoon Ill”, 41”x65”

120 - “Meadow Gold Ice Cream” glass faced clock, works 16”x16”

121 - “Clabber Baking Powder" canvas sign “Clabber Baking Powder Hulman Coffee Co Terre Haute IN” canvas sign mtd in wood frame, 20”x39”

122 - Champagne Velvet “Poppix” lighted transparency working, 12”x18”

123 - “Royal Crown Cola” porcelain thermometer Product of Nehi Corp, 512, 9 ½”x25 ½”

124 - “Royal Crown Cola” metal thermometer Donasco 59, 9 ½”x25 ½”

125 - “Barber Shop” porcelain curved light pole sign William Marvy Co 2148, 18½”x24”

126 - “Hi-Plane 10c Tobacco” metal sign embossed, self-framing, 11 ½”x35”

127 - “Coca Cola” metal painted sign self-framing, Donasco 1968, 24”x60”

128 - “Farmers Pride” embossed metal sign, 6”x11 ¾”

129 - 1956 “Hulman & Co” gift desk calendar with gift card

130 - “Peoples Choice, Terre Haute Brewing Co” items “Peoples Choice, Terre Haute Brewing Co” lapel pin & small Picture of Mfg Bldg July 17, 1894 – April 14, 1896, - July 21, 1896

131 - “Cooks Beer” Metal sign, Irene Patten, 1938 21”x27”

132 - “Orange Crush” dimensional metal thermometer 7”x28”

133 - “Cooks Beer" tin on cardboard sign “Cooks Beer, Quality Since 1853, Preferred Since the Old Days”, 13”x21”

134 - “Bordens Fine Dairy Products” Elsie electric clock glass faced bubble, works, 15”

135 - “Ex-lax The Chocolated Laxative" porcelain thermom “Ex-lax The Chocolated Laxative Keep Regular With Ex-Lax”, 8 ¼”x36 ¼”

136 - “Mail Pouch Tobacco” metal thermometer, 8 ¼”x38 ½”

137 - "Royal Crown Cola" dimensional metal thermometer “Drink Royal Crown Cola, Best by Taste”, 13 ½”x6”

138 - “Mission Orange” dimensional metal thermometer Litho USA, 15”x4 ¾”

139 - “National Rifle Association of America” adv. print Copyright 1946, 25”x19”

140 - “National Rifle Association of America” adv. print Copyright 1946, 25”x19”

141 - “National Rifle Association of America” adv. prin Copyright 1946, 25”x19”

142 - “National Rifle Association of America” adv. print Copyright 1946, 25”x19”

143 - “National Rifle Association of America” adv. print Copyright 1946, 25”x19”

144 - “CV Champagne Velvet” transparency INSERT ONLY for lighted wall sign 18”x12”

145 - “CV Champagne Velvet” transparency INSERT ONLY for lighted wall sign 18”x12”

146 - “Dr Pepper Hot or Cold Be A Pepper” thermometer 12” plastic faced , The orig. Jumbo Dial by Ohio Thermom. Co

147 - Old Case JI Case “Eagle on the Earth” alum. plaque (aluminum wall or desk plaque), 18”x15”

148 - “Crystal Coffee” primitive lidded coffee bin w/ wooden wheels, 27 ½”x21”x20 ½”

149 - “Drink Hires Root Beer” metal door push Made in USA, BP/4, 13”x2½”

150 - “Genuine Hires Root Beer” dimensional metal therm. 4145, 29”x8”

151 - “Hulman & Co Old Time Java Coffee” tin 15” dia.x19 ½”T

152 - "Champagne Velvet" working lighted sign “Drink Champagne Velvet Beer, Enjoy its Mellow Strength” glass faced , 14¼”x4¾”

153 - “Hot or Cold, Drink Dr Pepper” thermometer 12 ½” glass faced, Pam Clock Co Inc, Made in USA

154 - Oversized glass “Cook’s Goldblume” beer bottle bottom signed Phelps Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind, 20 ½” T, FW Cook Co. Inc. Evansville, In.

155 - “Champagne Velvet” aluminum counter display on back Loudermilk Aluminum Castings Co, Fifteenth & Ash Street Terre Haute IN, 12 ½”x1 ½”

156 - “Berghoff Beer” tin on cardboard sign Berghoff Brewing, Ft. Wayne, In., 13”x21”

157 - “Terre Haute Brewing Co” glass crown top bottle 12 ounce, 11” T, bottom signed ROOT

158 - “Terre Haute Brewing Co” glass crown top bottle 12 ounce 11” T

159 - “The Peoples Brewing Co” glass crown top bottle 9 ½” T

160 - “The Peoples Brewing Co Terre Haute IN” art print Northwestern Litho Co., 24”x16”

161 - “The CV Story Book” from 1950’s Terre Haute Brewing Co Inc Terre Haute, IN

162 - “The CV Story Book” from 1950’s Terre Haute Brewing Co Inc Terre Haute, IN

163 - Dick Cleary’s Texaco Calendar, 1974 1811 Hempstead Rd, Lancaster,Pa 17601

164 - “Champagne Velvet” mirror has flaking, 18”x12”

165 - “Buy Men’s Shoes” “Black Americana” pocket mirror 3 ½”x2”

166 - “Terre Haute Brewing Company" bronze fob “Terre Haute Brewing Company Terre Haute, IN”, 2” diameter

167 - “Cardinal Supply Co" framed cardboard thermometer “Cardinal Supply Co 315 N 14th”, L-8044, 9”x6 ½”

168 - “Heineken Bieren clear glass sign, 9 ½”x17 ½”

169 - "Toastmaster Bread" metal door opner, repainted “Ask for Toastmaster Bread, Thanks Call Again” 2-sided, metal, embossed screen door opener, 23”x3”, has been repainted

170 - “Toastmaster Bread, Terre Haute IN” cardboard box 13 ½”x21¾”x11”

171 - “Champagne Velvet” working “Spinner” clock 18” dia. x 6 ¾”D

172 - "Ramon's Pills" wooden thermometer “Ramon’s Brownie Pills, Ramon’s Pink Pills”, 21”x9”

173 - “Ramons Brownie” Calendar 1960 Copyright 1959 Brown Mfg, 12 ¼”x19”

174 - “P J Ryans & Sons Est 1875” metal thermometer glass faced , 9 ½” diameter

175 - “A O Gillis & Sons Inc” metal thermometer 10 ½”x3 ¾”

176 - “Chew Mail Pouch” porcelain sign, 1-6-1R, 36”x11”

177 - “Marvels Filter Tip Cigarettes" metal thermometer “Marvels Filter Tip Cigarettes, New Marvels Filter”, 12”T

178 - St Joseph Calendar and Weather Chart 1947 21”x10”

179 - Standard Home Heating Oils metal thermometer Standard Home Heating Oils with Sta-Clean “Flaming Torch”, 1960, 11x3 ¾”

180 - “Willard Batteries” metal edge cardboard signs 58”x14 ¼”

181 - “Willard Batteries” metal edge cardboard signs 58”x14 ¼”

182 - Working “Meadow Gold Ice Cream” neon sign, 22”x16” PICKUP ONLY

183 - Working “Borden’s Ice Cream” neon sign, 21”x12” PICKUP ONLY

184 - “Dauntless Coffee / Hulman & Co” cardboard sign 16”x8”

185 - “Dauntless Coffee / Hulman & Co” cardboard sign 16”x8”

186 - “Champagne Velvet Beer" clock not working “Champagne Velvet Beer, Its Time to Have Another” glass faced shadow box clock not working, cord is cut, Made by Crystal Mfg Co., Chicago, 15½”x15½”

187 - “Clabber Girl Baking Powder” cardboard sign (5) TIMES THE MONEY, 34”x18 ¼”

188 - “Clabber Girl Baking Powder” cardboard sign (5) TIME THE MONEY, 34”x18 ¼”

189 - “Royal Crown, Nehi Corp” cardboard box 15”x13”x23”

190 - “Atlas Lane" octagon cardboard box “Atlas Lane Special Boxes for Warehouse Men”, 32 ¼”T

191 - “Bedino” aluminum wall or desk plaque, 15”x2 ¼”

192 - “Terre Haute Beer” convex etched glass clock face 18” diameter

193 - “Tracto Motor Oil" metal embosse self-faming sign “Tracto Motor Oil Reduces Friction-Saves Wear”, Stout Sign Co., 35 ½”x11 ½”

194 - "Poplar Street Tavern" metal thermometer “Compliments of Poplar Street Tavern, Hot or Cold We Always have Your Favorite Beers & Wines”, 1930 Poplar St, Terre Haute, IN Layman “Jack” Williams prop metal thermom., 19 ½”x 3 ¾

195 - "John Deere" metal embossed thermometer “John Deere, Nothing Runs Like a Deer”, 12 ½”x3”

196 - "Farmers Pride" oval advertising on framed glass “Farmers Pride Canned Fruits & Vegetables”, 19”x15”

197 - “Carhartt Overalls” embossed metal sign, 27”x10”

198 - “True Fruit Flavor Cherry Smash ICEE” thermometer 1967, Mitchell Co Dallas TX, 12” glass faced

199 - “Piper Baking Chicago” bread carrier 2-54, 10”x24 ¾”x16 ¼”, some damage

200 - “Royal Crown Cola” dimensional metal thermometer 13½”x5 ¾”

TERMS: All items sold “As-Is.  DOORS OPEN @ 8:00 AM EST day of sale.

Payment type accepted “In House”: Cash, OR Visa / Mastercard with a 3% convenience fee (NO Out-of-State Checks). 15% Buyer’s Premium.

Payment type accepted “OnLine”: Visa / Mastercard with a 3% convenience fee, or Wire Transfer by Monday, March 9th by 2: 00 PM EST (NO Out-of-State Checks). 15% Buyer’s Premium.

Sale conducted by:
Jeff Boston Auction Service, LLC IN LIC# AU01027041
in conjunction with Shadow Auction Barn (812) 232-3774

17th Annual SHS/FFA Machinery Consignment Auction

Apr 04 - 09:00AM at 1301 E. Co. Rd. 75 N. Sullivan, IN

Jeff Boston Auction Service (812) 382-4440

17th Annual S.H.S./F.F.A. Alumni
Farm & Construction Machinery Consignment Auction
Saturday, April 4, 2020 @ 9:00 A.M. EST
 Sullivan, IN 4-H Fairgrounds @
1301 E. Co. Rd. 75 N.

Equipment incl.
  Farm - Livestock – Construction - Lawn & Garden

This sale has grown into the largest F.F.A. Consignment sale in the state with over a 1,000 buyers, many coming from several states. Whether you have one item or an entire farm closeout, we can handle your needs.

ADVERTISING is so IMPORTANT! Many people bring us good items the week of the sale that have not had proper advertising; which is not beneficial to anyone. In these trying times, advertising is more important than ever! Please contact us with your listing(s); or we can come to you to list and picture your items by Friday, March, 8h so that we can properly promote your items in our aggressive advertising schedule!

You may bring your items to the fairgrounds beginning Monday, March 30th, Tuesday, March 31st, and Wednesday, April 1st from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. NO Consignments accepted Thursday, April 2nd thru Saturday, day of sale!

This sale has been a tremendous success in the past and we look forward to serving you in the future! You may contact Jeff Boston (812) 382-4440 or sale coordinators Alan Huff (812) 249-2577, Wes Scarbrough (812) 236–9137, Brad Wible (812) 249-0616, and Richard Sater (812) 449-5388.

We will not be accepting any of the following …. “Inside the Building Smalls”, used tires and/or wheels, incl. duals, no pickup truck toppers, bedliners, furniture, or household items. Also, on “Titled Items”, there will be a $25 Document Fee, paid by the Seller along with the commission.

FFA Alumni President: Rusty Deckard

Sullivan High School Ag Advisors: Jeff Miller and Kevin Cross

Sullivan FFA Alumni & Jeff Boston Auction Service, LLC - AU01027041
5189 W. St. Rd. 154, Sullivan, IN 47882 - (812) 382-4440