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Collecting antique electric fans is an interesting and challenging hobby, especially for fans made in the early years after its invention, c.1885, when companies' earliest designs made use of interesting open motors and brass blades devoid of any protective cage.My interests are with original and unrestored desk fans made prior to 1916.I, for one, have always had a hard time remembering the dates that different models were made.Here I have compiled a list of all of the 60 cycle AC brass blade fans that Emerson made from the earliest 1892 "Meston" until the last of the brass blade models, the 2966 models.This is the first year of this version of the Type FI-1 12" 60 cycle fan.Previous versions were made in the years 1895-96 that resembled the original "Meston" motors and in 1897, a version made for that year only.I would like to update the list where possible if readers will let me know any additional or corrected information.
Emerson fans are one of the most widely collected, and regarded by many as the best fans ever made.I have also added the earlier steel blade models that replaced brass in 1931.A few early models, c.1901, that you are not likely to encounter and which I have never seen have been omitted until I get more information.The finish on this fan is original but the cage is a reproduction which has since been replaced with another reproduction made in steel as the original for this year would have been.
(Those omitted Types turned out to be 133 cycle motors).
The dates given are believed to be accurate but some errors may have crept in.