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Steven Harmon

10-20-2012 19:53:33

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I have a classified ad placed and a photo ad placed for an extremely rare 1887 to 1901 "Oliver Tractor Implements, Plowmakers For The World" Sign for sale. It is round and flanged, it measures 18"inches tall X 17.5"inches wide and it is double sided and a rare blue in color. It is definitely a scarce "ONE OF A KIND"!!! Please feel free to give me a call at (989)-387-8851 or email me at $2,000 is my set price!

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Mike (WA)

10-23-2012 02:56:02

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 Re: 1890 OLIVER TRACTOR IMPLEMENTS PLOWMAKERS FOR THE WORLD SIGN in reply to Steven Harmon, 10-20-2012 19:53:33  
1887 to 1901? Seems odd that it would mention "tractor implements", in that Oliver didn't build its first tractor until 1903.

At 2 large, I think you'll be giving that sign to your grandkids someday.

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Steven Harmon

10-23-2012 20:45:26

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 Re: 1890 OLIVER TRACTOR IMPLEMENTS PLOWMAKERS FOR THE WORLD SIGN in reply to Mike (WA), 10-23-2012 02:56:02  
You are right, it is from 1903-1917 era and it is so rare that only 1 have sold on the Internet and it sold in 2005 for $3,600 I am listing it tonight on Ebay!!!

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