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1933-35c. The Robbins and Myers Company, Springfield, OH, U.S.A. 12” Overlapping Blade Deluxe Desk Fan

1933-35c. The Robbins and Myers Company, Springfield, OH, U.S.A. 12” Overlapping Blade Deluxe Desk Fan

Like many manufacturers faced with modernizing during the Great Depression, Robbins and Myers pursued their endeavors of updating the electric desk fan with modern styling that incorporated an Art Deco design. The company used their standard desk fan motor with this model, while adding deeply pitched blades, a sculptured base and stylish guard. The result was an outstanding desk fan that featured beautiful styling while remaining serviceable with easily located oil holes.

We performed our Electrical/Mechanical Service restoration on this model while preserving its outstanding original finish. Our client picked this one from our stock of nice original desk fans. Contact us for availability.

Dimensions- 12" Diameter Quiet Blade
Art Deco Cast Base and Stamped Steel Motor Housing
Internal Oil Wick System that Continuously Circulates Oil to the Motor Shaft
Aluminum Blade and Identification Tags.
3 Speed Operation with Oscillator Engagement and Disengagement
Easily Converts to Wall Mounting Position.

1933-35c. The Robbins and Myers Company, Springfield, OH, U.S.A. 12” Overlapping Blade Deluxe Desk Fan
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1933-35c. The Robbins and Myers Company, Springfield, OH, U.S.A. 12” Overlapping Blade Deluxe Desk Fan
1933-35c. The Robbins and Myers Company, Springfield, OH, U.S.A. 12” Overlapping Blade Deluxe Desk Fan
1933-35c. The Robbins and Myers Company, Springfield, OH, U.S.A. 12” Overlapping Blade Deluxe Desk Fan
1933-35c. The Robbins and Myers Company, Springfield, OH, U.S.A. 12” Overlapping Blade Deluxe Desk Fan
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