Manufacturer: Mohr & Krauss
Kind of Toys:
Steam Toys Vertical-Steam-Engines
Size (LxWxH in inch):
Boiler D 1,875" H 2,625"
Size (LxWxH in cm):
Kessel D 4,9 H 6,7 cm
Results: (see also our FAQ: E=Ebay; D= Sale; B=Auction) (Z= Condition)
D Z3 170,00 2018
Simple vertical engine of a type quite common in the early 20th century, but this one was made (I'm told) in the late 19th. The wooden base (split, unfortunately) supports a simple firebox, on which sits the vertical boiler. The boiler has no flue or tubes and the chimney is purely cosmetic. The top of the boiler has a safety valve and dummy chimney. Steam is fed directly, via a short pipe, to the back of the port face of the oscillating cylinder. The cylinder is single acting; 6.5mm bore x 17.5 stroke. The crankshaft runs through the middle of the boiler, enclosed in a sealed tube. It has a simple crank at one end and a 55mm cast lead (?) spoked flywheel at the other.
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