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Electric Motors.

In the 1914 manual, illustrations can be found of the first mains
(110 or 230 Volt) Meccano Electric motors.
In March 1915 Hornby had applied for a patent on electric motor and made enquiries in the USA for the production over there.
This new 4 Volt motor was exported to England by Meccano; it is described in the "Meccano System" Vol. 6 on page 62.
All 4 Volt motors have the "Made in USA" marking. It is reported that Lionel produced the first motors for the UK and USA Market.
 
Very Rare Meccano Water Motor 1914
In very good original condition.

Original boxed, electric motor, 1916, 4V 
In very good original condition, with original Box

Original boxed, electric motor, 1921, 4V ,
In very good original condition, with original Box

Original boxed, E2 electric motor, 1921, 4V, USA
In very good original condition, with original box and transformer and manual

Very Rare High Voltage motor, 1923
With External Brushes, In good original condition.

Very Rare High Voltage motor, 1924
Internal Brushes, In good original condition.

Very Rare High Voltage motor, 1925
In good original condition.
French Production

Very Rare High Voltage motor 110V, 1925-1927
In good original condition.
French Production

Very Rare High Voltage motor 110V, 1925-1927
In good original condition.
French Production

Rare 4V, No 1 Electric motor, Dark Red, 4V 1927-28
The changes compared to the 1927, 4 V nickel version are the drive shaft emerging for both sides, a larger nut to hold the reversing switch and the redesigned caps for the brush holders.
This version still has 11 laminations in the field, later on this is increased to 35 slimmer laminations.

Rare 4V, No 1 Electric motor, Dark Red, 4V 1928
This version has 35 slimmer laminations in the field, compared to the 11 laminations of the earlier model

Rare 4V, No 1 Electric motor
Nickel Plated, 4V 1927
In good original boxed condition.

Very Rare High Voltage motor 220V, 1928
In good original condition.
Liverpool Production

Very Rare High Voltage motor 220V, 1928
In good original condition.
Different Field windings, Liverpool Production.

Very Rare High Voltage motor, 1929
External Brushes, In good original condition.
Made in France

E6, electric motor 1935, 6V, Transitional red.
In good original boxed condition, complete with instructions dated 1935.

E20B, electric motor 1936, 20 Volt,
Export Red with Green Switch.
With good original service box.



E20B, electric motor 1937, 20 V, Blue Gold.
With good original box and instructions

Rare E20A, Non reversing electric motor 1935, Transitional red color.

E1 Electric motor, non reversible, in good original boxed condition. Nickel Plated, 6V 1930.
Box and instruction sheet are both dated 1930.

For the US Market this 2" x 3" motor was apparently only used in the 1929 No. 5 Special outfit.
This motor was too small to accommodate a reversing switch, so it was only available in non-reversing style.
It appears to be the 1926 4-6V motor cut shorter at both ends; all of the holes match, and (unlike the catalog illustrations) it has sharp corners instead of the rounded corners on all previous motors.
The first nickel version was sold in England in 1930, apparently exported from the US, (see Love & Gamble, pg. 112). Presumably this motor had been developed before Gilbert bought the Meccano Company.
Because Gilbert wanted to use his own motors these small Meccano motors then became surplus, and were shipped back to England.
This motor then continued in production with a standard shaft diameter and shaft extends on both sides (presumably in England) until around 1940.


Ref: website www.usmeccano.com


E1 6Volt Electric motor, non reversible, in good original condition. Red, 6V 1933.
Instruction sheet is dated 1933.

E1 6v Electric motor, non reversible, in good original boxed condition, ca 6V 1937.
M 217.




E1-20v Electric motor, non reversible, in good original boxed condition, ca 1936.
Number M 217



E1-6v Electric motor, non reversible, in good original boxed condition, ca 6V 1938.
Number M 203




Meccano 6V type E06, Cricket Ball, Non reversing electric motor 1938, Blue Gold period, in good original working condition..

Meccano 20V type E020, Cricket Ball, Non reversing electric motor 1938, Blue Gold period, mint condition in original M287 box.

Meccano 20V type E020, Cricket Ball, Non reversing electric motor ca 1947.
Pre-war type electric connection.

Meccano 20V type E020, Cricket Ball, Non reversing electric motor 1953, In mint condition in original box and Instructions dated 1953 .

Rare Electric Magic Motors 1941, 20 V, Blue Gold.
With good original box and instructions
Two models, with and without oil cap.
Instructions dated 1941


Hornby Seriers 6v Resistance Controller for Electric motors, in good original condition ca 1929.



Hornby Seriers 20v Resistance Controller for Electric motors, in good original boxed condition with instruction sheet and box dated, 1938.
Accessory box number M 267






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