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    Posted 10 years ago

    notplanejane
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    The world’s largest aircraft propeller collection from the
    “Golden” Age of Aviation.

    This collection of propellers represents the historically significant “Golden” Age of Aviation and the development of the variable pitch propeller, which was one of 5 critical component technologies that formed a successful airplane and ushered in the era of commercial air travel that we all take for granted today.

    This collection has been a passion of mine for over 35 years and I have researched and restored well over 100 propellers with manufacturing dates ranging from 1926 to 1947.

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    1. jeff leone, 10 years ago
      I have inherited a 1918 propeller from a Vought ve7. This propeller may have been the first propeller to take off from an aircraft carrier. I am trying to establish a value.
    2. Jeffrey A. Williams, 10 years ago
      I have a WWI wooden prop in execellent condition that I have photo's and designation numbers on that I am trying to establish a value for. Could someone from your organization please contact me by phone at 214-244-4827 please?
    3. tlmbaran tlmbaran, 9 years ago
      are these full size props? or scale replicas??

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