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Westinghouse (Black Finsh) Fan, Serial# 1764145, 60 cycles, 100-120 Volts, Style# 41853B, 9" Blade, 12" Cage, I would like to know what year this fan is from, and what was the name of the sytle. This is also an oscillating fan. ($$$?) Please help! Thanks -Vince Campos

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