WEEDEN ELECTRIC MOTORS

Weeden Manufacturing made several electric motors, they were primarily used as generators driven by one of their steam engines.

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 Motor


Thanks Steamrgene

The Weeden No. 1 motor and the No. 101 motor are very similar, both have a 2 1/2" dia. flywheel and a 6" X 4" base.

The motor model can be identified by the armature brackets, the No. 1 used straight bars with spacers, the No. 101 used bent bars with no spacer.

Manufactured from 1910 to 1912, then replaced by the No. 101.

Ebay Sales No. 1 Motor

Feb./11 - Good condition - 10 bids - 114.50 USD - US bids only.


Weeden No. 101 Motor


Thanks Steamrgene

Flywheel is 2 1/2" in diameter, base is 6" X 4", motor is about 4" high.

The weeden No. 101 is a similar motor to the above No. 1 that it replaced in 1912, production continued into 1918.

This is a unique motor, similar to the No. 101 but has star shaped armature windings, not sure if it was manufactured like this or if it has been altered.

Ebay Sales No. 101 Motor

August /09 - Altered, automotive switch added, good condition - 9 bids - 39.95 USD

Sept. /10 - Good condition - 6 bids - 49.00 USD - US bids only

Dec./16 - Good condition - 14 bids - 114.95 USD

Oct. /11 - Good condition - 15 bids - 164.50 USD

May /17 - Excellent condition - 26 bids - 227.50 USD


Weeden No. 102 Motor


Thanks Tom

The weeden No. 102 was introduced in 1913, production continued into 1918. 6" X 4" base with 2 1/2" flywheel. Early models were mounted on a wooden sub-base attached to a cast iron base, later models had a nickel plated steel base.

Ebay Sales No. 102 Motor

Sept./ 15 - Good condition - 9 bids - 80.99 USD

Jan /10 - Excellent condition, with box and instructions - 22 bids - 432.73 USD


Weeden No. 103 Motor


Thanks Jeff H.

The No. 103 was also offered on a larger base with a control panel.

The weeden No. 103 was introduced in 1913, production continued into 1918. 6" X 4" base with 2 1/2" flywheel. Early models were mounted on a wooden sub-base attached to a cast iron base, later models had a nickel plated steel base. Very similar to No. 102, but frame is narrower and coil is higher.


Weeden No. 104 Motor


Thanks Steamrgene

The Weeden No. 104 motor is a No. 101 motor and countershaft mounted on a 10 1/4" X 5" metal base. It was introduced in 1912 and produced until 1918. Early models had cast lead countershaft supports, later models pressed steel.

Ebay Sales No. 104 Motor

October /10 - Good condition - 5 bids - 56.00 USD

May /11 - Good condition, pressed steel supports - 10 bids - 66.95 USD

Sept./ 15 - Good condition - 10 bids - 127.50 USD


Weeden No. 105 Motor

weeden105 force pump
Thanks G.R. Clements

The Weeden No. 105 motor is a No. 101 motor and force pump combined, mounted on a 8 1/2" X 6" metal base. It was introduced in 1911 and continued until 1918.

Ebay Sales No. 105 Motor

Apr./ 11 - Incomplete, needs restoration - 15 bids - 51.00 USD - Worldwide Bids

May / 13 - Incomplete, needs restoration - 8 bids - 79.99 USD

July / 12 - Good Condition - 6 bids - 307 USD - Worldwide bids


Weeden No. 106 Motor


Thanks Dick




Thanks Dick

The Weeden No.106 motor was introduced in 1912 and produced until 1918, it is actually a No. 101 motor with an overhead shaft with five pulleys. Base is 6" X 4" and it stands 8" high.

Ebay Sales No. 106 Motor

June /09 - Good condition, with original box - 10 bids - 391.00 USD


Weeden No. 107 Motor


Thanks Steamrgene

The Weeden No.107 motor was introduced in 1912 and produced until 1918, it is actually a No. 101 motor with two lines of shafting. Base is 6" X 4", it stands 6 1/4" high.

Ebay Sales No. 107 Motor

Apr. /12 - Broken and bent parts, very bad shape - 3 bids -102.50 USD - Worldwide bids

Dec. /13 - One broken pulley, good shape - 9 bids -154.27 USD - Worldwide bids

Jan. /12 - Good condition, 1 broken pulley - 28 bids - 276.00 USD - Worldwide bids


Weeden No. 109 Motor

Thanks Morphy Auctions

The Weeden No.109 motor was introduced in 1912 and produced until 1918, it is a reversible motor. Base is 4" X 6", it stands 8" high. It features a roof and a five pulley shaft to drive accessories.

Ebay Sales No. 109 Motor

March /11 - Good condition - 10 bids - 152.50 USD - Worldwide bids.


Weeden No. 111 Reversible Motor


Thanks Ronald B.

The Weeden No.111 motor was introduced in 1912 and produced until 1918, it is a reversible motor. Base is 4" X 4", it stands 5 3/4" high.

Ebay Sales No. 111 Motor

October /09 - Good condition - 13 bids - 198.35 USD


Weeden No. 112 Motor

The Weeden No.112 motor was introduced in 1912 and produced until 1918, it is a reversible motor. Base is 4" X 8", it stands 5 1/4" high.

Ebay Sales No. 112 Motor

Feb./11 - Good condition - 22 bids - 205.50 USD - Worldwide bids


Weeden No. 113 - 114 Motor


Thanks John T.

The Weeden No.113 motor was introduced in 1912 and produced until 1918, it is a reversible motor. Base is 4" X 6", it stands 3 1/4" high with a 2 1/2" diameter balance wheel.

The Weeden No.114 motor was introduced in 1912 and produced until 1918, it is a reversible motor. Base is 4" X 8", it stands 4" high with a 3" diameter balance wheel.

Ebay Sales No. 113 Motor

May/11 - Good condition - 10 bids - 224.50 USD - Worldwide bids


Weeden No. 117 Motor


Thanks Steamrgene

The Weeden No. 117 motor was introduced in about 1916 and produced until 1918. Base is 4" X 6" and it stands 3 1/2" high.

Ebay Sales No. 117 Motor

May /11 - Good condition - 11 bids - 103.40 USD - Worldwide bids.


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