c. 1960 Tonalator Quack Device Personal Fan

Industrial Artifacts

c. 1960 Tonalator Quack Device Personal Fan
  • c. 1960 Tonalator Quack Device Personal Fan
  • c. 1960 Tonalator Quack Device Personal Fan
  • c. 1960 Tonalator Quack Device Personal Fan
  • c. 1960 Tonalator Quack Device Personal Fan
  • c. 1960 Tonalator Quack Device Personal Fan
  • c. 1960 Tonalator Quack Device Personal Fan
  • c. 1960 Tonalator Quack Device Personal Fan
  • c. 1960 Tonalator Quack Device Personal Fan
  • $165.00

This small box contains what appears to be a fan connected to a bit of wiring. The fan does not currently operate but the device does turn on 0 meaning the fan may just need to be lubricated. The face of the machine appears to read "Tonalator" while the original box reads "Have an Ionic Tonic". This device was developed by Shramyer Co. of St. Charles, IL. While it may appear so, this device is not a radio. The knob on the face of the device merely switches it on and is not a potentiometer or volume knob. Upon further research no other information could be found on the Tonalator. This may have been marketed as a personal health device at the time of manufacture - commonly referred to as quack devices today.

The Tonalator is lightweight and measures 14" x 6" x 9".

AB - 104604 - 062922
 

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