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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 04:25 am
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Nick Loos
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Oh no,  not selling the FOSS fan! That belongs in the Museum. 

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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 11:39 am
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Yes, the FOSS fans are for sale...along with all the provenance...It's time that they have a new owner...






http://www.afcaforum.com/view_topic.php?id=21731&forum_id=1&highlight=GE+research+pays+a+dividend















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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 11:54 am
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Steven P Dempsey
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Just buy it & donate it back!

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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 12:27 pm
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Highly questionable Steve!  Hope to see you there.

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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 12:53 pm
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And if you're on the fence about attending and you're a cake collector, these will be offered...…





A pair of 1900 stickmounts….The one on the left was restored by ??? and has been in my collection since 2004.....The one on the right is in original condition...**NOTE** This pair of 1900 stickmounts are no longer available..





 





A pair of 1903 1st variant trunnion and stickmount. On the left is the BTH (British Thomson Huston) 190/220v type AK form C in unrestored condition and on the right a Canadian General Electric (CGE)type AB form C with an older restoration. The stick has been in my collection since 2003 and the trunnion since 2014









These are a pair of CGE trunnion mounts from 1904 on the left and 1905 on the right, both in original untouched condition.*Note* The 1904 is no longer available.











These are a pair of true 1908 trunnion mount fans in original condition. Both are 190/220v and are very late serial numbers.











These are a 16 inch 1906 1st variant CGE trunnion mount and a 1899 type UI form E7 trunnion mount in an unusual voltage  110v 50 cycles. It is in original untouched condition and came out of Buenos Aires Argentina.



So if you're a budding Pancake collector, you can buy one of these as a starter kit or all of them as a pretty fair collection. I'm paring my collection down to one each of all the models offered every year 1894-1908 and these are doubles of those examples. Come see me at the Museum in September, you won't be disappointed....









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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 01:40 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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will there be any $$$ left for my stuff?

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Michael Rathberger
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Steven P Dempsey wrote: will there be any $$$ left for my stuff?Not sure. We seem to be competing with the Hunt brother of pancake collecting...

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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 01:49 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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Tee Hee, supply & demand -should go cheap

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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 02:25 pm
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Kim Frank wrote: For any of the Emerson collectors coming, we'll have plenty of designated handicap parking spots.....
Kim, wouldn't you think two or 3
spots would prob'ly be enough?



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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 03:37 pm
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Kim Frank
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Jim, I think you're probably right. I forgot about their car.....

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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 10:58 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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dibs

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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2020 11:55 pm
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Steve Butler wrote: At the 2018 meet Kim started yelling at me for parking in the reserved Emerson section. Almost in tears I asked him if there was a minimum number required to park there.  He said no, but you’re parents had to be related BEFORE they got married. 😆   U mean like Mom and Dad/Grandad ?? :shock:

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Jim Roadt
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Back to ........what are you bringing. 

And it is not an Emerson


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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2020 12:43 am
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Steve Butler
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That’s definitely worth showing up for.  👍🤩

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Ron Jeter
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I'll be bring (see Photo) and 7 boxes of bakelite plugs (1470) for sale all plugs cleaned and waxed inside and out.

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Steven P Dempsey
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sweet

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Steven P Dempsey
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A nice R&M Oscillator


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Jim Roadt
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Could be talked into this 1903 wall mount..Custom restored for 2013 fan fair

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Chris Smith
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This ROBO THE FAN will be there. Estate sale find with original box. Works as it should and has been thoroughly cleaned. 

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Jim Kovar
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Danger!

    Danger!,

        Will Robinson.

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 Posted: Sat Jun 20th, 2020 08:31 pm
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Jim Roadt
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Now that the 1820 has proper cage and cast hub I can bring it also





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 Posted: Sat Jun 20th, 2020 10:24 pm
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The 1820 should not have the taller base shown above. It should be the same as the 1520 and early 11648. The above fan has the late 11XXX base.

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Jim Roadt
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now it is on the 1820
Last pic was 11648



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Steven P Dempsey
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some of the parts I am bringing - - asking $100 per, these are clockwise R&M Blades, the other a 16" Colonial

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Here’s some complete runners at reasonable prices.  The Jr. is missing the oscillator arm screw and needs some love.  

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Hi Steve!
I will take both Emersons and the GE!!

Geo...

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Ron Jeter wrote: I'll be bring (see Photo) and 7 boxes of bakelite plugs (1470) for sale all plugs cleaned and waxed inside and out.


Lordy Ron Jeter!

I cannot wait to shake the mans hand that cleaned nearly 1500 plugs inside out!! Holy Smokes!!

Geo...

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Steve Butler
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George Durbin wrote: Hi Steve!
I will take both Emersons and the GE!!

Geo...
I have your name on them. 👍

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 Posted: Thu Jun 25th, 2020 04:39 pm
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TYPE 5250-AA 10" Silver Swan 1939






16646 Lever Oscillator - needs a re-wind

Century S-3 Fully Restored -like new


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 Posted: Thu Jun 25th, 2020 04:42 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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need fresh photos - - A complete 21666 with ball detent mech (on the right)

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 Posted: Fri Jun 26th, 2020 01:21 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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This Beast uses a Centrifugal Start Switch, won't bring it if there is no interest

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Steve Butler wrote: Here’s some complete runners at reasonable prices.  The Jr. is missing the oscillator arm screw and needs some love.   I'll spring for the 12" Delco 3 speed oscillating fan if it isn't already spoken for... Geoff.

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 Posted: Sat Jun 27th, 2020 11:19 pm
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I put your name on it Geoff. See you soon. 

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Could bring both if any interest
One is $ 40 the other is $4000

One works the other does not

Please be specific with any inquiries 



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