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Old 01-18-2003, 01:33:07 AM
bob botsford
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Default electric panels

i have about 6 victorian electric panels....all on white marble.....the largest one is about 1200 pounds and SUPERB.....Weston and General Electric guages......big copper switches with wood handles...wheel in center...would be super in display in a building......wonderful in a movie setting.....Dracula or Frankenstein would love these...wanting to sell....can possibly wont find any nicer........thanks....bob...cell is 513 582 2594
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Old 01-18-2003, 06:47:53 PM
bob botsford
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Default 1890 induction motor-electric panels

i have a 1890's Triumph Electric CompanyInduction is huge....has brass tags on both end 7650.......Other side d117b...typeb125....hp25...rpm860.....pm3....volts 440...amp per term 377....cycles....60...made in cincinnati ohio....also have 6 electric panels from the same building....3 black slate panels...measure about 3 feet tall by about 30 inches wide....many has a see through glass box where you can see the motor inside.......big 3 prong copper switch with wood handle....lots of smaller switches........there are also 3 white marble panels......smaller ones about 500 pounds each....large one 1200 pounds......find of a bob....513 582 2594.....have ability to deliver all these panels this week if someone is interested in making me good price as i have use of uhaul from friend..thanks....
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Old 01-18-2003, 09:01:09 PM
Gus Simms
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Default Re: 1890 induction motor-electric panels

OK, I'm fair game. Where are they, how much? Pictures?
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