The Legendary Jim Erdle Collection Auction to be Conducted by Aumann Auctions, Inc. in Canandaigua, NY

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Aumann Auctions, Inc. to conduct The Legendary Jim Erdle Collection Auction this September 20, 21, 22, in Canandaigua, NY. Mr. Erdle is selling a life long collection of the some of the rarest antique tractors and one-of-a-kinds that may not be seen for another 20 years.

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There is a small group of collectors that many years ago started gathering antique tractors. They were the pioneers. The people who were collecting tractors before collecting tractors was “cool;” – The Legends. Jim is a member of that small group.

Mr. Erdle has worked very hard his whole life. Growing up on a farm and farming taught him a work ethic that served him well. He has an entrepreneurial mind that allowed him to see opportunity when others didn’t that helped paved the way for his success.

After you see his collection in person, you’ll be amazed. He sought out the best one and the rarest ones. With patience and knowledge, he did just that.

He has numerous “one-of-a-kinds, “ Prairie Tractors in exceptional condition, by most accounts – The FIRST production Avery gas tractor and the last 30-60 Rumely shipped by rail.

The market for antique tractor hobbyist will be set on at this auction in Canandaigua, NY. There are defining points in history. Collectors will refer to the time before Erdle’s auction, and the time after Erdle’s auction. There will be collectors from all over the world, including Australia and the UK in attendance. Be a part of it!

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Aumann Auctions, Inc. is a full service auction company that is very diverse with over 50 years of experience in the auction business selling land, real estate, business liquidations, personal property and so much more.     

Media Contact: Kurt Aumann, Auction Manager,
Email: Kurt(at)AumannAuctions(dot)com

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