Advertising hand held stick fan The Last Supper

Remember when facilities weren't air conditioned? Remember the fans that were given out to everyone at church, funerals, picnics and other social events? This is a fan from that era. The face of the fan shows a familiar depiction of The Last Supper The fan was given out by George Mefford Shell in Carlinville, Illinois. The address of Mefford's Shell station has a zip code, thus this is a later fan from the 1960's or slightly later. The face of the fan is imprinted with The Last Supper 8700 copyright A. Scheer, Made in U.S.A. The reverse of the fan has advertising for George Mefford Shell in Carlinville, Illinois. The fan has a plain, thin, wooden stick handle. Minor creasng to the face of the fan speaks to use over the years. The fan measures 11 5/8 x 7 1/4 inches.

Item ID: 2678


Go green and conserve energy with a vintage fan.

$5 USD

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