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Jason Buxbaum
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Hello, back from sold, this is a circa 1900 Dayton. Im not an expert like many of you but I do love these old fans. I purchased a while ago for my home renovation but it didn't make my wife's final cut. I had it tested and it ran smooth on 220. From what I can see the fan blades are incorrect but possibly still desirable and from another antique fan. I see two new wires, and some screws which look newer, other than that I think it's original. 
Price $850 FOB Phoenix - happy to take to the UPS store and arrange shipping 





Don Tener
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I personally would never buy a fan that was being packed by the UPS store. Those people have absolutely no idea how to pack a fan. Other than that I think you have a real nice fan at a great price.


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