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Derek Anthony
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I got this fan for my christmas present, and it is a decent fan, it is silent on low speed, and moves a lot of air, also can be seen are my 2 advertising clocks that are back lit

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Levi Mevis
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I see you're also an anime junkie as well! So am I, its not too often that you run into a fellow anime junkie that also appreciates the fine American made fans of years gone by!  :clap: 
Nice fan by the way, those Fanimation fans aren't cheap and are built to the same exacting stanards that many of our great antique fans were built to!  :D :up:

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neat fan it also came available as a ceiling fan

Kim Frank
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Great fans. Here is our shop fan here at the Museum.....This one was called "The Hemingway".....

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Kim Frank
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And the fan's creation was inspired by this...….

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