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This control stick once graced the skies in a 1918 Curtis JN-4C Jenny Canuck WWI airplane.
Very rare find. Obtained from the family of 1918 Curtiss Canuck owner Ken Erts.
Measures 26 inches in length.
Brian Karli of Curtiss Jenny Restoration was extremely helpful in identifying this piece as an original Curtiss Canuck control stick.
Here is a great video showing a 1917 Curtiss Canuck and a similar control stick in action (about 3:20 seconds into video)
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