WEEDEN STEAM ENGINE ACCESSORIES

Weeden Manufacturing made both stand alone accessories and combinations that included an engine.

As models sell on Ebay I am now listing the selling price, since many factors come into play with items up for auction this can only be taken as a very general value. I will try to give a basic description of the condition from the information on the listing. A range of prices will be selected, to save space duplicate prices, within a few dollars, for similar models will not be listed.

Weeden No. 1 Shaft


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The early Weeden shafts had cast legs, later models had stamped sheet metal. Base 6 3/4" X 3 1/8" with four pulleys.

Ebay Sales No. 1 Line Shafts

Aug. /12 - Later style, good condition - 6 bids - 19.95 USD


Weeden No. 2 Shaft


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The No.2 shaft provided five pulleys on a 10 1/4" X 3" base.

Weeden No. 3 Shaft


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The No.3 shaft provided eleven pulleys mounted on two shafts. The base measures 10 1/4" X 5" and stands 7 3/4" high.

Ebay Sales No. 3 Line Shafts

Dec. /11 - Fair condition, cast iron uprights, one pulley bent - 9 bids - $28.99 USD

Dec. /10 - Good condition, cast iron uprights - 2 bids - $46.99 USD

July /10 - Good condition, one pulley broken - 4 bids - 53.85 USD


Weeden No. 4 Toolboard


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Thanks Gary M.

The Weeden No. 4 Toolboard includes four tools, the stamp mill, trip hammer, circular saw and emery wheel along with a line shaft to run them all together. Base measures 16" X 12", introduced in 1935 and produced until 1940.

Ebay Sales No. 4 Toolboards

Sept. /09 - Tools only no board, old style cast frames - 9 bids - 51.00 USD


Weeden No. 65 Tool Shop


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Thanks Brad H.

The Weeden No. 65 Tool Shop includes three tools, the stamp mill, circular saw and emery wheel along with a overhead line shaft to run them all together. Introduced in 1907 and produced until 1914. Base is 5" X 12" and it stands 7 3/4" high.

Ebay Sales of No. 65 Toolshop

Dec./ 11 - Fair condition, complete - 2 bids - 82.11 USD

May / 10 - Good condition, complete - 6 bids - 133.00

Mar. / 17 - Good condition, complete - 25 bids - 164.50 USD


Weeden No. 67 Saw


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The Weeden No. 67 Saw was introduced in 1908 and produced until the early 1040's. Early models had cast lead supports, later models stamped sheet steel. The base is 3 1/4" X 3 3/4" and stands 3' high.

Ebay Sales of No. 67's

Dec. / 09 - Rough condition, stamped steel supports - 1 bid - 6.99 USD

Dec. / 09 - Great condition, stamped steel supports - 2 bids - 15.50 USD

October / 10 - Good condition, cast lead supports - 1 bid - 24.95 - USD


Weeden No. 68 Emery Wheel


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The Weeden No. 68 Emery Wheel was introduced in 1908 and produced until the early 1040's. Early models had cast lead supports, later models stamped sheet steel. The base is 3 1/4" X 3 3/4" and stands 3' high.


Weeden No. 69 Stamp Mill


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The Weeden No. 69 Stamp Mill was introduced in 1908 and produced until the early 1940's. Early models had cast lead supports, later models were stamped steel. Base 3 1/4" X 3 3/4" and stands 6" high.

Ebay Sales of No. 69's

Feb. / 10 - Good condition, stamped steel supports - 8 bids - 16.45 USD

Mar./12 - Good condition, stamped steel supports - 9 bids - 20.50 USD

Jan / 15 - Good condition, stamped supports - 21 bid3 - 30.00 USD

Jan. /12 - Good condition, stamped steel supports - 5 bid - 51.00 USD

Combination, No. 67, 68 & 69


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These three accessories were also available as a package in some of the Weeden catalogues.

Ebay Sales of Combination Package

March / 10 - Good condition, with box - 10 bids - 69.00 USD

July / 10 - Mint, with box, including No.2 shaft - 18 bids - 119.19 USD


Weeden No. 73 Transmitter


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The No. 73 Transmitter offers many combinations of speed and directions, base is 8" X 5" and it stands 6" high. Introduced in about 1912 and offered for about 3 years.

Ebay Sales of No. 73 Transmitters

Nov. / 10 - Good condition, missing wooden base - 8 bids - 285.00 USD


Weeden No. 80 - 81- 82 Windmill


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weeden windmill
Thanks Dwight Heinmuller

The No. 80 Windmill is the smaller of two similar windmills, base is 3 3/4" in diameter and it stands 6 1/2" high.

The No. 81 Windmill is a larger version with a 4 1/2" diameter base and stands 7 1/2" high.

Both models introduced in 1927 and produced until 1940.

The No. 82 Windmill was listed in a 1927 catalogue but not known to have been manufactured.

Ebay Sales No. 80 Windmills

Feb. / 12 - Good condition - 15 bids - 86.01 USD

Feb. / 13 - Great condition - 21 bids - 128.51 USD

Ebay Sales No. 81 Windmills

Sept. / 10 - Good condition - 11 bids - 59.00 USD

Oct. / 17 - Excellent condition - 16 bids - 127.49 USD


Weeden No.83 & 84 Fountains

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Image from Weeden Catalogue

Weeden Fountains, No.83 & 84, listed in 1927 catalogue, stamped "Do Not Make". No.83 stands 8 1/4" high, base 5 1/4" diameter, No.84 stands 11" high, base 5 1/4".


Weeden No.85 Trip Hammer


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The Weeden No. 85 Trip Hammer was manufactured from 1927 into the 1930's. Base is 6" long by 3 1/2" wide.

Ebay Sales No. 85 Trip Hammers

Jan. /12 - Good condition - 4 bids - $29.53 USD - Worldwide bids

May /10 - Older version, good condition - 3 bids - $62.00 USD - US bids only

May /10 - Very good condition - 24 bids - $76.00 USD - US bids only


Weeden No.115 Windmill


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The Weeden No.115 Windmill stands 9 1/2" high with a 3 7/8" diameter base, introduced in around 1915 and produced to 1918. The fan blades shown are not original.

Weeden Hoisting Drum


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The Hoisting Drum was developed for the Big Giant engine and was offered by Youths Companion Magazine, it included a block and tackle that would lift a weight of four pounds. Offered in 1915 through 1917, base is 3 1/8" X 6 1/2".


Weeden Village Blacksmith


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The Weeden Village Blacksmith is part of series of toys made of wood, pasteboard and metal. It is 8 1/2" wide and stands 10" tall. Introduced in 1885 and produced until late 1890's. When powered by an engine the helper pumps the bellows while the smithy hammers the bar of iron.


Weeden Store Display


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The Weeden Machine Shop and Forge display was to demonstrate the No. 1 engine, it was placed on the display and a belt was run to the over head line shaft which put the figures into action with their hammers. It is 11" high, 18" wide and 4" deep. It was introduced in the mid 1890's and produced into the early 1900's.


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