10 high, Length 8 inches, Width 4 ½ inches. The three inch diameter boiler, with Weeden logo, is of brass, enclosed in a blue steel jacket to prevent loss of heat by radiation. The jacket is vented by a combination of cut-outs of snow flakes, star and small round holes. Boiler trimmings include safety valve, whistle, steam cock, throttle valve, steam pipes and water gauge fittings; all of brass and cast lead which are nickel plated.
There are at least two variations of whistles and steam lines/throttle valves. Engine Frame and 4 ½ inch Balance Wheel are of Nickel plated Iron. The engine is the same as No.32 except for cast end frame and heat shield jacket. Produced demonstration instruments as training aids for labs and classrooms. They are mounted the No. 34 cylinder, flywheel and frame structure on a specialty designed case iron base and listed in their 1912 catalog No. Packed in a locked-corner wooden box. One dozen to a case.
It has some condition issues that I was able to identify. The heat source is missing. The sight glass is intact.I do not know the condition of the boiler. I have not tested this unit although when my late husband bought the unit description said that it had been tested on compressed air. Description is from Kenneth Trobaughs Weeden steam engine toy book, Weeden, The Company And Its Products.
Pictures are part of the description listing. Let me know if you have questions and I will try to answer them the best I can. The item "Weeden #34 Antique Horizontal Rare Steam Engine Toy" is in sale since Sunday, September 27, 2015. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Vintage & Antique Toys\Other Vintage & Antique Toys".
The seller is "johnnysoldenginejunk" and is located in Snohomish, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States, to Canada, to United Kingdom, to Australia, to Ireland, to Mexico, to New Zealand, SG, AE, MY.