An exceptionally rare 1920's Curtiss Reed Fix-Pitch airplane propeller. This propeller was used on the Curtiss Aeroplane Falcon A-3 and O-1B with a Curtiss D-12 (Curtiss V-1150) Engine in the 1920's and 1930's for the US Army Air Corps and US Navy and may have ended up on other airplanes as the original length of 9 Feet was shortened to 8 Feet 10 Inches as shown on hub.
- Model: EX33525-69
- Propeller maintains it original patina
- Measures 106 inches in diameter
- Has several stampings on front and back of hub with dates as early as 1924
- Etched 1 -16 - 1929
- Lots of photos (check them out)
- Information regarding propeller applications can be found in the November 24th, 1928 Air Corps Information Circular Vol. VII No.629
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