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    Premium Member Duane B.'s Avatar
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    Post Signal Article and Model List posted to main DT website

    Hey Everyone!

    After many weeks of work, I recently completed my article and model list on Signal electric fans. The article gives some background on Signal and how they came about while the model list goes into all the models in the catalog set, where we could we linked to the Galleries here.

    You can find the article at: http://www.dtvintagefans.org/signalinfo.htm

    You can find the model list at: http://www.dtvintagefans.org/signalmodels.htm

    Hopefully this will prove to be useful and interesting info for anyone interested in the fans Signal made.

    Enjoy!

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    Been Here Awhile Chase Reiman's Avatar
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    cool!

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    Really Loves Fans Martin CS's Avatar
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    I didnt know Signal made so many fans
    http://www.dtvintagefans.org/forum/image.php?u=937&type=sigpic&dateline=1347761459R.I.P. Bob Odegaard, 1946-Sept 7th, 2012.
    My want list:
    EDISON IRON CLAD!
    R&M Feathervane.
    Eskimo model 20114 box fan.
    Hunter 7-wing boxer.
    9" green Sears 2154.

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    Brilliant resource! Cheers Duane
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    I'm New Here Jan Hendriks's Avatar
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    good one

    good info ,,
    not many signals 110v living downunder,
    mines a
    350 A 1937 was, cleaned, original paint cut and polished,new head wires,
    only today sent tag to the states to be refurbished, i unwittingly did not know it was printed//wiped of few letters cleaning it
    but a very good fan and runs well..jClick image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Hendriks View Post
    good info ,,
    not many signals 110v living downunder,
    mines a
    350 A 1937 was, cleaned, original paint cut and polished,new head wires,
    only today sent tag to the states to be refurbished, i unwittingly did not know it was printed//wiped of few letters cleaning it
    but a very good fan and runs well..j
    That is a rarity! Someone must have brought it with them from the States. It cleaned up nice, and yes Signal made a very good fan.

    Give this thread a look - http://www.dtvintagefans.org/forum/s...ic-Fans-Thread
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ID:	23969 This is I guess Circa 1933
    counter clockwise 12 inch Montgomery Wards/Signal Model AC-12 The first 2 pictures are a circa 1933 Montgomery Wards/ Signal Model DC 12.

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ID:	23970 Here is the tag of the 32V DC Signal/MW

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