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SCHOENNER TOY STEAM ENGINE PLANT
Large size toy stationary steam engine plant by Schoenner c.1902. All original and complete, including burner, except no water sight tube. Retains most original paint on engine, no repaints. Retains most original striped multicolor bluing on boiler. Original chimney with original bluing. Original finish on wood base. Plant measures 9"x10"x14.5"Height. Large 5.25" diameter flywheel. $1150. ON SALE $950. Order #ShoenPlant. Please email for shipping quote on this item if outside continental USA.


19th CENTURY WORKSHOP STEAM ENGINE
Original 19th century fractional horsepower live steam workshop engine.  In as-found condition, unrestored. Beautiful age patina on metal, original finish on mahogany base. Runs on compressed air. 1 1/8” bore x 2” stroke, rated at 1/8 horsepower. Measures 15.5”x5.5”x8.75”H, 7 3/8” flywheel; 7/16” cast iron machined base over mahogany base. SOLD


SCHOENNER VERTICAL TOY STEAM ENGINE
Finely made all original Schoenner toy steam engine in exceptional condition. Retains nearly all original shiny blue finish on boiler and firebox, nickel on all brass parts, and maroon paint on ornate cast iron base. Retains much of original gold pin striping on firebox and base. All original and complete, including burner. Made c1900-1910. Measures 9.75" overall. SOLD


CROSBY STEAM INSPECTORS TEST KIT c1900
100% complete Crosby Improved Test Pump, as pictured in Crosby 1900 catalog. Includes mint, accurate test gauge in perfect operationg condition. Also in mint, perfect operating condition: test pump, and various tools and fittings. Includes rare gauge pointer removal tool, for safely removing delicate gauge pointers, without damage, for adjustment. All parts, including gauge, appear unused, with original factory polish unmarred, beautifully mellowed, never re-poloshed. In original leather covered case, exterior surface worn.
Gauge has 3" face; case measures 9.25"x7.5"x3.75". Rare, complete, in amazing condition. $295. Order #CrosbyKit. Please email for shipping quote on this item if outside continental USA.


Dampfspielzeug by Wolf Kaiser and Carlernst J. Baecker
The difinitive complete reference book on German Toy Steam Engines. Published in 1983, now out of print, hard to find. Paperback, 182 pages, many black & white photos & color plates, text in German. Pages very good condition, some creasing to covers. $125
Order #Dampfspielzeug. Please email for shipping quote on this item if outside continental USA.


Cut-Away Steam Engine Model
Early 20th century, used for classroom demonstration. Cast aluminum & brass construction. All original & complete, excellent condition. 14.5" overall, original paint in excellent condition, 100% nickel finish. Marked "Welch Scientific Company" & "1775" on frame.
$165. Order #SteamDemo16. Please email for shipping quote on this item if outside continental USA.


DOLL OVERTYPE TOY STEAM ENGINE
Doll small overtype stationary engine, excellent original condition and paint, 9" x 4.25" x 11.75"h. $245 Order #DollOT. Please email for shipping quote on this item if outside continental USA.


DOLL VERTICAL TOY STEAM ENGINE #22
Doll vertical engine #22 with cast base, beautiful small engine in excellent condition, original paint with pinstriping, original bright, shiny blue on firebox and boiler, 10.5"h. SOLD Order #Doll22


SCHOENNER "DRIBBLER" LIVE STEAM ENGINE LOCOMOTIVE
Floor locomotive live steam engine toy by Schoenner c.1912. Designed to run without track, directly on floor. All original and complete, including chimney, except no water sight tube nor burner. Beautiful age patina on brass, not polished. Retains most original paint on engine wheels, no repaints. Re-solder to chimney mounting thimble, shown in detail, not seen when chimney is in place. Locomotive measures 9" overall. $1250. Order #ShoenDrib.Please email for shipping quote on this item if outside continental USA.

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