Vintage Art Deco Fan Roto-beam 1930s Propeller Blade Steampunk Cast Aluminum 30s
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Vintage Art Deco Fan Roto-beam 1930s Propeller Blade Steampunk Cast Aluminum 30s:
I am offering an early version (first version?) of the Roto-Beamair circulator. This has a lot going for it. Prop type blade, fan pivots 360 degrees on the deco stand. Sleek beautiful lines that embody the spirit of the machine age. I wiped some dust off this but did no further cleaning. It needs a good going over to really look its best. Natural patina is intact. There are a couple of minor dings on the bullet shaped motor casing, and a few specks of finish loss. The cord was replaced at some point. The fan was tested andis in good working condition with a nice quiet smooth motor. I have owned a lot of old fans but this will be the hardest to part with. Just an awesome fan. Fairly compact so it doesn't take up much space. 13" tall and the wingspan on the blade is about 9.5". I included serveral supersie pics so you can get a real good look at everything. Please note: the photo of the felted underside shows some dark areas, those are just water spots where I accidentally put it down on the porch where snow had melted. I take my pics outside so you can get a natural light view of all items. This is a - no chicanery sale as always. offer what you want to pay and own it. Its a style="text-align: center;" align="left">
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Shipping for this item will be14.99 to the lower 48.Winner should contact me within 48 hours of sales end with payment details if immediate payment is not made. Payment must be received within7 days or item will be re-listed and non paying buyer will be filed.
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