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History of the Dallas Airplane Ceiling Fans

On May 22, 1919, Raymond Orteig of New York City offered a prize of $25,000 "to be awarded to the first aviator who shall cross the Atlantic in a land or water aircraft (heavier-than-air) from Paris or the shores of France to New York, or from New York to Paris or the shores of France, without stop.
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Custom Antique Ceiling Fans

We also offer custom ceiling fans to fit a client's design needs. Donald Holder Lighting Design, Inc contacted me to create a custom "Turn of the Century" ceiling fan for his Brooklyn Deli project. Donald's client Shelly Fireman, a well-known accomplished restaurateur, wanted to recreate that orig
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Story behind the Logo

This logo was Designed by Lewis Design Co of Akashi City Japan. Lewis is a very artistic sign painter, logo designer and lover of American Antiques. He has a vast knowledge in turn of the century lettering/design and uses this knowledge to create custom logos by hand. His love for this period in
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Lifetime Lake Breeze Collection by James Fogle

As a young man, James Fogle became interested in gas engines while growing up on a farm in Peculiar Missouri. Early gas engines were used in many aspects of the farm and James found himself acquiring these and attending antique Tractor and Engine shows. While attending one such event, James rememb
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Antique Desk Fans

Some people buy vintage fans for the looks. Others get them because they're collectors.Whichever you are, we've got the fan for you! We have a robust selection of vintage electric table fans for sale to choose from, like the ones here, here or here.
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