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New into the shop is this rare and remarkable early 1930s Sensenich Brothers Scimitar propeller. Measuring 61-1/2 inches in length, 6 inches in width, and 3 inches in depth, this propeller design once graced the skies on the beloved Piper Taylor Cubs, including the E2, J2, and J3 models.
The propeller was originally 69 inches long at the time of manufacture, indicating it has been expertly reshaped at some point in its storied past, adding a layer of intrigue and uniqueness to its history.
This stunning aviator piece is more than a mere artifact; it's a piece of history that captures the essence of the pioneering spirit of early aviation. Whether displayed on a wall or adding character to an office, this propeller promises to be a captivating centerpiece, inviting admiration and sparking conversations about its past.
Dive into the romantic era of aviation with this authentic GB Lewis Co. propeller, straight out of the 1940s. Known for their unrivaled craftsmanship and innovation, GB Lewis Co. set...
From 1918-1919, this exquisite 6-foot Paragon Scimitar wooden airplane propeller stands as a testament to the renowned craftsmanship of the American Propeller and Manufacturing Company, based in Baltimore, MD. What...
Attention aviation enthusiasts and vintage collectors: We are pleased to present a remarkable piece from the annals of aviation history, a Sensenich wooden propeller from 1944. Distinctly, this propeller model...