Victor Airplane Breeze Spreader 12" Aluminum 6 Blade Fan, Circa 1932

A collection of images from a restored depressionary era electric fan which was made around 1932 (possibly as early as 1930). A single speed stationary fan with a screw on blade. Has the optional breeze spreader attachment so that an oscillator is not needed. Has a black lacquer finish and a lot of shine. Very odd looking piece of engineering whose design and build look a little futuristic for its time. Moves a lot of air with its very fast motor and sounds a little like a World War I biplane. There is another model of this type called the "Breeze Spreader" and is a later model than the one in this gallery.

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Valued in the range of $375 - $525.