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 Posted: Fri Dec 7th, 2018 04:27 pm
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Randy Rundle

Joined: Mon Mar 13th, 2017

I have a matched pair of Westinghouse Sidewinder Ceiling fans for sale. They hung in the Odd Fellows Hall in Green Kansas from about 1919 up until about 1980. They were only used once a month in the summer during their meetings. I bought the pair and cleaned them (lots of tobacco stains) and polished the brass etc. I hung them in my house and used them off an on for the next twenty years. I recently moved into a newer house and the ceilings are to low to install the fans so I would like to sell them or trade then for coin op fan or other unique desk fans. Asking $400 each
I also have a standard GE fan from the 1930's for sale as well, it is on original as found condition. It is complete and in good condition and ran when it was taken down. It came from the grocery store in Idana Kansas, which closed in the 1960's I bought it to have in case we added a room onto our old house. We bought a different house instead. It's the happy wife...happy life thing. Asking $350 for the GE Fan. 

I would sell the entire lot for $1000.00 fob Clay Center Kansas. Thanks

I do not have any pictures of the GE fan but it is like condition to the fans shown above. The GE fan is packed away from the move to the new house.

Last edited on Sat Dec 8th, 2018 03:14 pm by Randy Rundle

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 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2018 01:26 am
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Dave McManaman
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Joined: Sat Apr 22nd, 2017
Location: Lincoln, Nebraska USA
Hi Randy. I see you recently revived your post. Any pictures?

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