1930's Professionally Restored Fan-O-Plane Red & Tan

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In 1926, Inventor Georges Missogenis receives his patent for an airplane style ceiling mounted circulator with the ability of rotating in a 360 degree motion.  This made George the winner of the first "Airplane Fan"!  In 1927, "Foundry and Aircraft Companies are Incorporated".  The Mahan Foundry Co. and the Aircraft Manufacturing Co., of Dayton became Incorportrated.  Incorportators of that first named company were Harry F. Mahan, James E. Higgins, John Czotter, M.J. Gilbert andd Edwin Phillips.  Captial Stock, $10,000.  The Aircraft Manufacturing Co. built ventilating fans and other devices of wood and metal and was organized by John E. Parrott, G. N. Missogenis, Thomas W. James, J. B. Collidge, B. D. Moore and Rhea M. Decker.  By 1938, the Aircraft Manufacturing Company was out of business and selling it assets. 

This wonderful restored example was produced by the Aircraft Manufacturing Co. in the mid 30's.  This model features the signature vented fuselage.  The cast tail section on this fan has exagerated fins not seen on any other Fan-O-Plane models.  Motor housing and tail section are finished in a rich red color (not all photos shows its true color).  The elongated design of this fan sets itself apart from other manufactures examples.  Beautiful fan ready to be hung and enjoyed!!!          

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