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1918c. Diehl 52" Antique Ceiling Fan

1918c. Diehl Manufacturing Company, Elizabethport, N.J., U.S.A., 52" Antique Ceiling Fan

The Diehl Manufacturing Company ushered in the modern age of the "roaring 20s" with this attractive 52" ceiling fan leading their product line. Diehl's introduction of this model was a step toward smoother lines and less ornamentation that had been the norm a mere decade prior.

The 1918c. version of this popular model featured cast iron brackets that were a design hold over from Diehl's earlier fans. Diehl quickly dropped this "spear" shaped bracket in favor of the more modern stamped steel version that mounted on top of the blade.

Company literature advertised this fan as "light in weight, attractive in appearance, quiet in operation and efficient in current consumption". Though this model was 20s modern, Diehl still believed in offering an outstanding product by incorporating a hardened steel shaft in this model's design.

The 1918c. Diehl 52" ceiling fan shown in this gallery was restored for a weekend home near Wimberly, Texas. A few of the features of this model include:

  • Dimensions- 8" Length x 11" diameter
  • Cast Iron Frame with stamped steel motor housing cover for less weight
  • Oil Bath Lubrication System Continuously Bathes the Motor Shaft in a Curtain of Oil
  • Thrust Bearing Design is Immersed in Oil at All Times
  • Smooth Clean Design
  • Lighter in Weight
  • Solid State Speed Control allows for a Variety of Speeds

1918c. Diehl 52" Antique Ceiling Fan
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1918c. Diehl 52" Antique Ceiling Fan
1918c. Diehl 52" Antique Ceiling Fan
1918c. Diehl 52" Antique Ceiling Fan
1918c. Diehl 52" Antique Ceiling Fan
1918c. Diehl 52" Antique Ceiling Fan
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