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 Posted: Tue Dec 3rd, 2019 03:53 am
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Kevin Gauthier
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I have zero knowledge of antique fans, just started, picked this up in Jasper, Arkansas for $10

Fan works great, looking for one of the gears (few missing teeth) to get the oscillating feature properly running again
This is stamped on the casing
Style no. 1285815Serial no. LQ

I know it is a Westinghouse, can make out most letters on the centercap 





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 Posted: Tue Dec 3rd, 2019 05:22 pm
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Westinghouse made a lot of odd variants of many models. It doesn't look like a PowerAire or LivelyAire. Maybe a Westy Standard model on a pedestal base?
Not sure, but hopefully a knowledgeable Westinghouse collector pops in and know. Could you provide close ups of the back of the fan, where base attaches, and side view of the motor?

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 Posted: Tue Dec 3rd, 2019 06:39 pm
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Actually I found it.  Lol. Did a lil more digging and came up with a 1940ish Westinghouse pacemaker. 

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