Ives No 6 Locomotive, No 17 Tender, Empire Express Car
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Sold Date: 03/06/2011
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
This 3 piece Ives O Guage Train Set came from an estate here in southern New England.* There are three (3) pieces in the set: 1. No. 6 Wind up Locomotive - 1917-1925 (per O'Brien's Collecting TOY TRAINS Identification and Value Guide ) - black cast iron body with cast iron wheels - dummy headlight in center of boiler front - two rectangular windows on both sides of the cab - marked IVES No. 6 on both sides - CONDITION: left drive rod missing, small chip out of cab floor at back (see photos), small paint scrapes, no wind key 2. No. 17 Tender - 1917-1927 (per O'Brien's) - tin body with tin wheels - marked IVES N.Y.C. & H. R. and No. 17 - with coal load - CONDITION: very light rust on wheels and needa a cleaning, otherwise it's in excellent condition 3. Empire Express Car - ca 1917-1925 (could NOT find this one in O'Brien's) - tin body with tin wheels - marked EMPIRE EXPRESS above the windows - CONDITION: faded paint on one side, light rust on wheels, otherwise, very good condition * Sold AS IS for parts or restoration * There is NO RESERVE! * There is NO HANDLING CHARGE! Connecticut residents without a valid tax ID are subject to 6% Sales Tax on Purchase Price SHIPPING: * Buyer pays postage * This item can be picked up here in Coventry, CT at no charge. * Or it will be shipped within 1 business day after receipt of payment via USPS Priority Mail * Where possible, we will gladly combine purchases to save on shipping costs. * 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! We want our customers to be happy! If the item is not as described we will refund purchase price and postage if it is returned within 7 days of receipt and in the same condition. * Please contact us if you have any questions or would like additional photos.Good Luck...J&C NEW INFORMATION: Another eBayer has written us to say that, item #3, the EMPIRE EXPRESS car is actually an American Flyer car made from 1925 -1934. The car does have the words "MADE IN USA" just above the coupler on both ends. The eBayer advises that it can be founf in Greenbergs AF Guide. We appreciate the new information and thank the eBayer for sharing! J&C
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