Antique 1901 4 Blade Brass Ge Pancake Fan - Works - Found In Grandfathers Shed For Sale
Up for saleis anAntique 1901 4 Blade Brass GE Pancake Fan. It works whenplugged in.Itseems to change speeds when the dial is turned but I couldn't getit to turn off without unplugging it. From what I have read about them it appears to have a cast iron base. It stands approx. 16.5" tall. The cage is approx. 13" across. The fans blades are approx. 5". It has the GE logo in a 2" circleacross on the front. It doesn't apprear that anyting is missing from this fan. I readabout plugs being replaced on other fans and I'm not sure if this one has been or not. From what I know it appears to have original parts. Please see pictures for details. My grandfather who worked for GE for MANY years found this in his shed. He said to sell it and give my kids the money:) It does need cleaning and polishing. The metal tag says Alternating Current Fan Motor. No. 312709. Volts 100/115. Cycles 60. Patened May 15, 90 May 27, 90 Aug 13, 95 June 25 1901. N.P. 5673 General Electric Company, U.S.A.
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UPDATE FROM ANOTHER USER:
Hi, your fan is a 1907 model. Ge fans for many years had the 1901 patent date on their motor tag but that's only a patent feature that was included on many GE fans. Your's looks to be a nice and original one but the plug is much newer as these fans came with a screw-in plug to the late teens since there were no wall outlets. The fan "plug" screwed into a light socket. Someone will end up with a nice fan it looks like.
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