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An exceptionally rare 1930's Hamilton Standard Sport Junior ground adjustable airplane propeller blade. These blades were produced in very small numbers. They were made for low horse power sport plane use. They were said to retain the durability, dependability and performance of the much larger metal propellers at a marked savings in weight. This propeller was used on American Cirrus, Lambert R-266 and Warner Scarab Jr Engines.
- Blade Model: 25V2-6
- Amazing etched markings on bottom of blade (see photos)
- Propeller blade has been blasted to raw aluminum and clear coated. Maintains original patina.
- Mounts to a 9 inch Round Acacia Wood Base
- Total piece measures approximately 38 inches tall
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