August 13th – Acheson

Consignment  Auction for Irene and the late Casey Rosmus
Saturday August 13th, 11am

52515 Range Rd 265
Acheson 
Alberta, Canada

Consignment  Auction featuring antiques and yard items for Irene and the late Casey Rosmus.

Directions: From Spruce Grove Peavey Mart Go east past the train overpass. Take the second right. Head south to the sale yard. Watch for signs.

From Acheson and hwy 60. Go west on 16A to your first left. Travel south a half mile. Look for the yard on the left.

Consign now!!! Contact Nick Gulka 587-982-4306

Many antiques including albums, Avon bottles, beanie babies, binoculars, blacksmith tools, bottle corker, buggy wheels, butter churn and butter pound maker, cameras, camping dishes, glass jugs, coal oil lamps and pails, cream cans, creamer and milk cans, dishes, fishing rods, glass butter dishes, candy dishes, milk glass bottles and vases, pink depression glass, Rockwell glasses, ruby stemware, glass oil quarts, sauerkraut cutter, pottery pitcher, straight razors, swivel chairs, tobacco tins, Toby mugs, steel toys, old trunks, antique tub, wicker furniture plus camp cots, bunkbeds, railroad lantern, full-quart oil cans.

1960’s Volkswagen Beetles for parts, two cylinder Wisconsin engines, John Deere two cylinder engine gas, weight one cylinder diesel generator, air compressor, Fairbanks motors, two V-8 Ford motors, 14 cylinder Case motor, Ford, Chevy and Fargo classic trucks for restoration, trailer axles, selection of disc assemblies, belt drive blade with stand, tractor tires 18.4×34, 1950 Chevy afternoon with rebuilt motor, new winter, courtship 40 tractor, Ford 9N tractor, 50 gallon and 150 gallon tidy tank, new livestock water tubs, you livestock animals and gates, 16′ boat with motor and trailer, 12′ boat, rolls of mesh wire, small square bales of hay, 1976 GMC 1 ton dually – needs battery, pallets of barn shavings, Cockshutt 1750 tractor with ease on loader, 4×8 sheets of metal, and much more!

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: The late Casey Romus enjoyed serving his family and loved auction sales as well. This sale marks the beginning of the family celebrating his life and dispersing several of Casey’s tools and projects, some he did not get a chance to complete. This will make room on the yard for the family to have a sale next year of all the farm equipment and tools. Thank you to the family for their business and allowing us to bring some consignment items as well to the sale. See you August 30th at 1 O a.m.