Hows usage wear, paint on badge in center of cage is scratched and worn off, as antique that is half a century or more old has dings, dents, paint drips, bends, crimps, imperfections, paint peeling and chipping, stains, marks, etc. As any antique would. Crimp in one blade and there is no off and on switch. Must plug in to turn on and unplug to turn off. Recommend full restoration by a professional fan restoration shop. The wiring is not original. I advise using o. Riginal style wiring with smaller plug end. As well as adding a switch to turn on and off. It is as I found it. He cage has some paint peeling off. If restored with a smaller OEM replacement plug, then taking it apart would be possible. As it is, the plug is too large to fit through the base or the pole so it can not be completely taken apart until it is rewired with small enough plug to fit through the base hole and the pipe. Emerson 6250 with brass blades on heavy cast iron art deco microphone stand base. That’s all it takes for a better price, fyi, just be nice don’t lowball. Any sale to buyers not meeting these minimums will be canceled. Ask for more pictures and I will take them for you, no problem. I look forward to leaving each other great feedback. Here is the info. Used human digital scale not very accurate with 5 lb possible variance. Weighed three times came in 22 to 25 lbs without any box or packing material so it would be 25 lbs or higher estimated weight with box and packing material. Thanks for your interest. The item “Rare Antique Fan Vintage Emerson Brass Fan 6250 Art Deco Mic Stand DECO 1940s” is in sale since Saturday, July 25, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Electric Fans”. The seller is “sterino2″ and is located in Dallas, Texas. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Brand: Emerson
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