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 Posted: Sun Mar 24th, 2013 07:33 pm
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 Posted: Sun Mar 24th, 2013 07:33 pm
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Anyone know who made the "ODDO" line of battery fan motors? We have had a number of posts with mention of his name.

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 Posted: Sun Mar 24th, 2013 07:49 pm
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:wondering:

Was big into canning jars, too. 

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This nails it on the head. Anyone? :wondering:

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The Real Deal. Mr. ODDO in the flesh.

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His for 93.

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:wondering: :wondering: Oddo sitting on
his porcelain throne.

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That sort of looks like a Kent #8 motor.

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Post #5, is James Mason.

Send my buffalo nickel to my address in the directory.


Post #4, Raymond Burr.

What's with that Jim? Forgot your spectacles?

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Thomas Peters wrote:
Post #4, Raymond Burr.

What's with that Jim? Forgot your spectacles?


Jim Kovar wrote:
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Was big into canning jars, too. 


Burr Jars? :wondering::D

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 Posted: Mon Mar 25th, 2013 05:32 am
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Notice the pitch on the two blade sets.

The blade sets must turn independently.
That is to say, there is not a common
shaft, but rather two shafts, each with
its own armature.

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Russ Huber wrote:
Burr Jars? :wondering::D
My bad, Russ.

I always get Burr...
mixed up with Kerr.

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 Posted: Mon Mar 25th, 2013 06:49 am
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ODDO.

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The partners fan may have two armatures running off of the same field winding?

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OK Kovar , you get at least 1/3 credit for that canning history , his first name on screen was Perry. :hammer:

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Geoff Dunaway wrote: OK Kovar , you get at least 1/3 credit for that canning history , his first name on screen was Perry. :hammer:
Geoff, a great early twentieth century
philosopher once said,...


"If you can't dazzle them with brilliance,
baffle them with bull:censored."


Words to live by, for sure!

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Russ Huber wrote: ...two armatures running off of the same field winding?Why not? Here's
another way.

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Here are the pictures of the "Oddo" No. 1

that recently sold on eBay.






 


 

       

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How much did it sell for?

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Richard Daugird wrote: How much did it sell for?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-Scarce-1890s-Open-Frame-ODDO-Electric-Battery-Fan-Motor-/132349410746

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It sold for $680.00 Which is quite a lot of dough! 

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 :D   A very rare fan...
Hope a member got it.


Hope to see it at a meet

                   someday.  :thumbup

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I'd guess the blade & cage would look like...


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