Extremely RARE Everel Single Blade Wooden Propeller from the 1930's. It is believed that only 100 were ever made (Serial Number E100 is the highest we have ever seen) and less than 10 exist today.
THIS IS THE ONLY KNOWN EXAMPLE OF THIS DESIGN (138A2) TO EXIST.
PROPELLER ALSO HAS A VERY EARLY SERIAL NUMBER (E27)
These were mostly used on the Taylor J2 Cub and Taylor A. There are some photos of this propeller also being used on the Cessna C-37.
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Propeller is 48 Inches Tall
Fantastic aged patina
Amazing Original Decal
Comes with what you see in photos.
Does not come with counterweights that would have gone on sides and bottom to balance out propeller.
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