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Korey Kreitman
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Hello all,
Looking for a 1920's vintage ceiling fan to restore for our 1925 home.  It would be great if it was in running condition and complete.  It is for our master bedroom, so a light is needed.  I have access to someone who has a lot of period correct lighting, so if it's missing shades or sockets, not a big deal.  PM me if you have something you might be willing to sell. 

Thanks, 
Korey 

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I have a restored GE oak leaf for sale. Antique brass plated. No coil no switch. Has four lights. $300.

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I have many.  I am packing to move and could pack one for you. Lights can be added to most any CF.  I have period sockets as well.

https://www.facebook.com/AntiqueCeilingFans


Last edited on Thu Jul 4th, 2019 12:19 am by Tom Dreesen

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This fan is restored and runs beautifully on all 3 speeds from original snap switch.

c1925 Century closed top in custom colors (would have been drab green originally).


Scroll all the way down to see the fan.


http://www.afcaforum.com/view_topic.php?id=24100&forum_id=1&highlight=century+ceiling+closed

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I have worked out a deal with one of the AFCA members. Now to restore and get it installed. Thanks for all the responses.

Korey

Last edited on Sat Aug 3rd, 2019 01:54 am by Korey Kreitman


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