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Steam Engines11 of 14Early Stereoview of Pease Steam Engine ModelModel Stationary and Marine Steam Engines, 1958
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    Posted 7 years ago

    Kollector
    (106 items)

    Toy live steam engine. Tin and copper construction. It was used to power a tin merry go round,swing set and a few other working models such as a dynamo to power a light bulb.

    Obtained this at a garage sale . Marked on the burner door is a number 6. Stack is missing and is hard to find. When pressurized with air It runs. Whistle is neat sounding. Age unknown.

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    1. Chadakoin Chadakoin, 7 years ago
      Nice find! According to this website it's 1930s.
      http://toysteambible.org/Marklin/4097-6.htm
    2. epson233 epson233, 7 years ago
      cute!!!!!!!!!!! --

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