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 Posted: Thu Aug 10th, 2017 07:54 pm
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Royal Norman
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Left to right, 5110, 5210 and 5120. Pretty good hand. Lets see what happens on the turn. :D Love these Emerson "pancakes."

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 Posted: Thu Aug 10th, 2017 07:57 pm
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The turn

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 Posted: Thu Aug 10th, 2017 08:44 pm
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Very Nice, I love them too but don't own one yet!

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 Posted: Thu Aug 10th, 2017 08:55 pm
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Love them!




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 Posted: Thu Aug 10th, 2017 09:25 pm
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Nice Gary

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 Posted: Thu Aug 10th, 2017 10:33 pm
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:clap: :clap: :clap:Beautiful display Royal.I love Trojans and looks great in white Gary.This is my Trojan display Royal,do you recognize the center one? Left to right Wesco supply 5310,5320,5110.

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 Posted: Thu Aug 10th, 2017 10:59 pm
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I do. What's the one on the right?  I think I have that one, though not as nice.

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 Posted: Thu Aug 10th, 2017 11:13 pm
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Beautiful. Thanks for sharing and a great job you have done. Hands down you win.

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 Posted: Thu Aug 10th, 2017 11:28 pm
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Some very pretty fans there but, for those who strive for originality, the Emerson Trojans never had polished brass while the regular Emersons did.  Trojans had all of their brass "dipped and lacquered"    I used to have this all original Trojan 5410 and the brass is also the original dipped and lacquered finish.

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Richard Daugird
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This is an old thread, but I was wondering what other models of Trojans there are?

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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 04:54 am
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 Trojan  The Emerson Trojan line of fans was Emerson's less expensive line and used a two bearing motor instead of the single bearing used on the top of the line Emerson fans.  Note that no Trojan fans had polished brass like the regular Emersons did; they had "dipped and lacquered brass" a common finish on some makes and models of fans.
 Type       Years made
5110,  5111,  5120,  5121 (1904-05)  S&T, pancake motor, non-oscillator, 4 blade fan
5210,  5211 (1904-05)  S&T, non-oscillator, pancake motor,  6 blade fan
5310,  5320 (1906-09)  S&T, non-oscillator (rear bearing cap only on 1909 models?)
5410 (1906-07)  S&T, non-oscillator, thick pancake motor,  6 blade fan
5610 (1908-09)  S&T, non-oscillator,  6 blade fan
51646,  51648 (1910-11)  S&T, non-oscillator, replaced 5310, 5320 (all have rear bearing caps.)
52646,  52648 (1910-11)  First Trojan oscillator
53644 (1911-12)  8" all brass non-oscillator, stamped blade, three speeds
53646,  53648 (1912)  Non-oscillator, three speeds, step base replaces ornate base, "Trojan"cage badge.
54646,  54648 (1912)  Oscillator , step base, three speeds, "Trojan" cage badge

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Very helpful information Steve, good job and thanks!
Rick


Steve Stephens wrote:  Trojan  The Emerson Trojan line of fans was Emerson's less expensive line and used a two bearing motor instead of the single bearing used on the top of the line Emerson fans.  Note that no Trojan fans had polished brass like the regular Emersons did; they had "dipped and lacquered brass" a common finish on some makes and models of fans.
 Type       Years made
5110,  5111,  5120,  5121 (1904-05)  S&T, pancake motor, non-oscillator, 4 blade fan
5210,  5211 (1904-05)  S&T, non-oscillator, pancake motor,  6 blade fan
5310,  5320 (1906-09)  S&T, non-oscillator (rear bearing cap only on 1909 models?)
5410 (1906-07)  S&T, non-oscillator, thick pancake motor,  6 blade fan
5610 (1908-09)  S&T, non-oscillator,  6 blade fan
51646,  51648 (1910-11)  S&T, non-oscillator, replaced 5310, 5320 (all have rear bearing caps.)
52646,  52648 (1910-11)  First Trojan oscillator
53644 (1911-12)  8" all brass non-oscillator, stamped blade, three speeds
53646,  53648 (1912)  Non-oscillator, three speeds, step base replaces ornate base, "Trojan"cage badge.
54646,  54648 (1912)  Oscillator , step base, three speeds, "Trojan" cage badge

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Does anyone know if the yoke on the pancake trojans was bolted tight or allowed to swivel on the base?

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Someday, I hope to find a 5110 Trojan. These are classic beauties.

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Chris A. Campbell wrote: Does anyone know if the yoke on the pancake trojans was bolted tight or allowed to swivel on the base?The trunnion Trojans all swivel freely like their regular Emerson counterpart.

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Steve Stephens wrote: Chris A. Campbell wrote: Does anyone know if the yoke on the pancake trojans was bolted tight or allowed to swivel on the base?The trunnion Trojans all swivel freely like their regular Emerson counterpart.

My 5110 has a double washer for compression.

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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 03:59 pm
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Mine has been modified from stock during restoration. Not sure what model number it is, but it is one of the nicest fans I own.

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I have this one too, also don't remember the model number.





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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 04:06 pm
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Richard Daugird
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Someday I'll have the "Pancake" version...

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