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International Harvester Advertising Collectibles!

International Harvester was an American corporation based in Chicago that produced a multitude of agricultural machinery and vehicles.

IH was the result of a 1902 merger between the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and the Deering Harvester Company.

Their innovative Farmall tractor was first introduced in 1923 and was the first "row crop" tractor. During the 1940s, International Harvester's Farmall was the most popular tractor brand in the U.S. International Harvester remained in business until 1985.

The first major product from International Harvester was the Titan 10-20 and 15-30 tractor. Introduced in 1915, the tractors were primarily used as traction engines to pull large plows and for belt work on threshing machines.

A majority of International Harvester's assets were purchased by the Case Corporation in 1985, who continue to produce tractors and construction equipment under the Case IH brand.

What type of collectibles can you find in this category?

See below for hundreds of collectible items including thermometers, brass Stick Pins, Ads-Print, old Brochures, new and old Parts Catalogs, Cups, Mugs and Steins, Figures and Figurines, Hats and Caps, Lighting and Lamps, Lunch Boxes, New and Used International Harvester Tractor Manuals, Ornaments, Pocket Knives, Signs and many other International Harvester items. For 200 to 300 International Harvester parts and collectibles.... Click Here!

International Harvester Parts and Collectibles

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