Weeden Mfg. Co., founded by William N. Weeden in New Bedford, Massachusetts produced working model steam toy engines from 1884. The firm also made steam boats, fire engines, and cars with steam as motor power.
Weeden developed several ultimate rarities among clockwork tin mechanical banks, including "Ding Dong Bell" and "Japanese Ball Tosser".
The Weeden Manufacturing Company was sold to 'National Playthings' in 1942 which ended the manufacturing of Weeden steam engines in 1952.
|Mfg Co Steam Engine No 49 Cast Iron Base||May 2019||£ 278,85|
|Rare Toy Steam Engine 7 5 Live 1800 S||Apr 2019||£ 78,52|
|Vertical Steam Engine||Apr 2019||£ 82,00|
|Steam Engine||Apr 2019||£ 51,00|
|Steam Engine Toy Foot Part 1 2 High New||Apr 2019||£ 7,81|
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