1919 GE 12 Brass Blade & Brass and Steel Combination Cage Stationary General Electric fan. Restored by AFCA member. Completely disassembled and cleaned, oiled, powder coated , polished and all new period wire. One blade has damage on tip. Brass & Steel cage. Dimensions- 12 Diameter Blade. Cast Iron Base and Motor Housing. Spring Tension Oil Wick System that Continuously Circulates Oil to the Motor Shaft. Brass & Steel S wrapped wire cage. 3 Speed Slide Switch Operation. This model could be described as General Electric Company’s “bread and butter” non oscillating desk fan from the teens to the 1920s. It was manufactured during the end of World War I, which might explain why some versions of this fan have brass & steel blades or combination cages. MUST HAVE A U. PLEASE view pictures as they are a part of the description…. I can not be responsible for the design safety of these fans, especially guarding, which is inherent in their early designs. Thank you for your interest in my items… The item “Antique 1919 GE 12 Brass Blade & Brass/Steel Cage General Electric Fan RESTORED” is in sale since Wednesday, January 18, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Electric Fans”. The seller is “badon” and is located in Irvington, Alabama. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States