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Vintage 1930s BARCOL Electric Fan with Two Blades in working condition.

What a great find!

I love this little two bladed fan. So cool!

Made by the Barber-Colman company of Rockford Illinois in the 1930s.

There are two patents listed on the bottom of the fan and both date to 1931.

The base is made of Brown Bakelite and the aluminum blades shine brightly as they spin.

This fan is in working condition, but I would recommend rewiring if you plan on using it.

The badge in the center of the blades reads: "BARCOL."

Curvy waves complete the fantastic look on the blade guard.

The fan measures: 11" High X 9" Wide X 5 1/2" Deep

This would look great on display and is sure to make people say: "Well Wud Ja Look At That!"

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Antique 1930s BARCOL ELECTRIC FAN with Two Blades and Bakelite Base - Works

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: bakelite, metal, aluminum
  • Feedback: 311 reviews
  • Ships from Indiana, United States to select countries.
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