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 Posted: Fri Jan 10th, 2020 10:45 am
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Lane Shirey
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This is a fully restored 12” GE quiet blade. It’s an earlier version with the S-wire cage.  It’s been completely disassembled and every part cleaned and polished or painted.  All sheet metal parts have been bead blasted, primed and painted. Badges restored, switch cleaned and stator and choke varnished.  New headwire, power cord, wicks, base felt, etc.  Blade has been polished.  Fan looks and runs great.  
I’ll carefully package fan so it arrives safely.  

$250 plus shipping. Payment via PayPal friends.  

Please PM me with interest!  

Thanks for looking!  
















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 Posted: Sat Jan 11th, 2020 10:50 pm
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Lane Shirey
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 Posted: Sun Jan 12th, 2020 04:18 am
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Dezmond Goodwin
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Nice job!!!!

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 Posted: Sun Jan 12th, 2020 04:27 am
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Dezmond Goodwin
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I noticed the round cord for the power source, is that period correct?. I few of my fans have two twisted wires from motor to housing but one round one power source.Dez;

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Sean Campbell
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Dez, a lot of fans had round cloth wall cords, especially by the 1930s. I’d say the accuracy is just fine. Your AOU likely had a round, green wall cord.

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 Posted: Sun Jan 12th, 2020 06:41 pm
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Lane Shirey
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Actually it has a flat cloth covered cord. 

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 Posted: Mon Jan 13th, 2020 01:11 am
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Dezmond Goodwin
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Good to know!! This is awesome!
 thank you!!

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 Posted: Mon Jan 13th, 2020 01:17 am
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Knowing this;With my other fans I haven't got to yet, I may keep those wires considering they could actually be original???

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2020 08:29 pm
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Lane Shirey
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This fan has sold, but I’ll be posting another 12” Quiet Blade next week. It’s also fully restored with new paint and polished blade.  It has the Art Deco type vertical wire cage not the S-wire style. It’ll be $225 plus shipping
Please pm me if interested and I can send pics.  

Cheers, 
Lane

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