Condition Report Overall the fan is in good condition given the age. The fan blades have never been polished and are straight and run very close to perfectly true. If you have any questions please send me a message, or I… Has been well taken care of. All items are described as detailed as possible so please, if in doubt of any description, do not hesitate to ask questions. Three holes in the base to mount to a wall, etc. The solid brass blade and cage are excellent with no bends, dings, loose rivets broken or bent wires or other damage and both the blade and the cage have the original lacquer finish having never been polished.
This item… This is really nice. Furthermore, the serial number is 7406180. With some work this will be a beautiful and rare fan. Cage has one broken wire at the rear ring at 5:30 o'clock and needs a connector installed on the bottom of the front ring. This amount is subject to change until you make payment. SnowieGeorgie here, I am currently a G.
The fan starts up slowly with some noise but, once up to speed, it's smooth and quiet and oscillates as it should. Price and details of each fan are provided below. Industrial brass bladed fan from the late 1920s or early 1930s. It shows age and has some rust. Makes a great gift and is a stylish way to preserve history!! This particular fan has four blades and has three speeds. I keep watching for what I want, I just gotta be patient.
For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program. The blade is in excellent condition with no damage, chips, loose rivets or other problems. This blog will share my interests by including photographs, historic information and other details about these early fans. I will need all of the following: 1. Keep watching as I will be listing more fans over time as I downsize my collection.
Runs and oscillates well on the three different speeds. The cage is without any breaks. I should have taken a photo of the rotor to show its beautiful construction. My interests are with original and unrestored desk fans made prior to 1916. The aluminum blades have never been polished and have no bends or dings in them. There is enough wire sticking out to put my clip lead on to test the fan which started up right away.
This smallest Century fan is a somewhat rare model and one of the few small Century fans with a stamped steel motor and base. All contact should be made through Ebay. The power cord was cut flush to the base but looks like it was the original cord. We try to answer all emails within 24 hours of receiving. Consider this fan needs to have at least a new front bearing. Sockets are common medium size.
I have had this fan since 2001 and it remains as I got it. A beautiful, all original and rare 5-tab-foot fan with original black Japan finish in excellent condition. Looking for more to buy. This fan is very large and has a huge motor with unusual streamlined art deco ridges. A one speed fan, it runs very well with a small amount of vibration. A 3-speed fan but is running on the same speed in each of the speed lever positions.
Shipping address home or business? This fan was working when I got it but not when I tested it after posting here for sale so I am selling it as-is. Listing this for a friend. All payments are expected within 7 days of auction end to avoid an unpaid item dispute. There are no problems or items that need to be fixed. No pot metal on this one. The badge is in good condition. The felt base I may have recovered years ago- it looks perfect.