If you have a seat then you have a horse drawn planter but I have never seen one with that small of wheels on it and 18" is a small wheel, normal wheel is about 33" in diameter and having a seat unless it is a lister or bedder planter and those could have an 18" wheel as they were never in the area around Ohio the chances are 99.9% that it is a check row planter. May be some around if a normal shoe planter. Your description does not match any standard type of McCormick corn planter and I work with people that still use them behind the horses.
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