ITEM #33

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BID: CLOSED
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$90
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BID DATE:
12/08/2018 12:06 PM
CURRENT BIDDER:
DG60
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DESCRIPTION

1920’S GE BRASS BLADE ELECTRIC FAN

Age. Circa 1920s
Composition. See below
Size. 17 ˝” high x 13” wide x 8” deep
Rating: 7
Comments. This is a three – speed fan that was made by the General Electric Company and still has its vintage fabric covered power cord. It has an oscillating motion side to side and the jointed center shaft allows it to be used flat or angled to be mounted on a wall. There is a metal wire guard and brass blades as well as logo piece. It has cast-iron features and this fan is heavy for its size. The base has mounting holes as well as the slide off/on/speed switch. The original paint has wear, shade variations and small scratches/scrapes. This fan is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, minor paint spatter and soiling/stains. The rating is for wear and aging but all of its features work. Give it a cleaning and you’ll have a retro way to keep cool on those hot summer days.

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