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 Posted: Sat Dec 22nd, 2018 05:17 pm
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Mark McCormick
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Looking for feedback on this Emerson Tripod that I recently purchased.  It is not branded "Meston", rather the fan front side has "Emerson Induction Motor" in the casting.  Tripod does not have a grill.  Some blades are bent, but not creased. Blade hub/fingers are in tact. Blades freely move manually, but slowly.  Has not been powered up.  Questions:
1. Is this fan rare to find?  
2. Are they commonly found restored?
3. Estimated range for its worth "as is" ?  
4. Approximate market value fully restored?
5. Sources for getting this type of fan restored

Thanks everyone for any and all feedback!   

Mark M


















Last edited on Sat Dec 22nd, 2018 05:24 pm by Mark McCormick

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 Posted: Sat Dec 22nd, 2018 06:33 pm
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Allen Bennett
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From Ron Jeter’s survey in the info section, your serial number falls between the two circled in green. Mfg 1895 - 1900.  I can’t answer any of your questions. Post your questions and pics on the “Pre-1950” forum; you’re sure to get answers from some very knowledgeable members. 



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