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 Posted: Wed Sep 30th, 2020 02:47 pm
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Ron Shterenvaser
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I was doing my usual antique store browsing yesterday and found this Roto Beam for 40$ that I couldn't pass up. I have never heard of this brand, or know if it's rare or the fan's actual value. I don't even know what year it was made. If anyone has any insight, that would be helpful. 




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 Posted: Wed Sep 30th, 2020 02:52 pm
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Not bad for $40, Roto-Beam fans are highly desireable. Especially when you get into the much much larger ones. Here's my daily bedroom circulator, a 24" model.

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 Posted: Wed Sep 30th, 2020 02:55 pm
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Rob Duffy wrote: Not bad for $40, Roto-Beam fans are highly desireable. Especially when you get into the much much larger ones. Here's my daily bedroom circulator, a 24" model.

WOW! that's a huge fan. I plan on keeping mine, I would consider selling to a fellow collector though.

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I've got too many of these big ones. This one is one of four I currently own, and then I have two 18" Roto-Beams as well. I need to get my hands on a nice small one.

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Ron Shterenvaser wrote: I was doing my usual antique store browsing yesterday and found this Roto Beam for 40$ that I couldn't pass up. I have never heard of this brand, or know if it's rare or the fan's actual value. I don't even know what year it was made. If anyone has any insight, that would be helpful. 




Dear Ron, Here is all things Roto-Beam: https://www.afcaforum.com/forum1/52360.html

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