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Paragon Toothpick Airplane Propeller
Made by the most famous propeller manufacturer of World War 1
(The American Propeller Company of Baltimore, Maryland)
This toothpick propeller was used on the Curtiss JN-4 Airplane for the Navy during World War 1.
This propeller dates back to the early 1900's (most likely in the 1915-1918 range)
Comes complete with original steel hub ( Markings include the US Navy Logo)
Made from gorgeous Oak laminated Wood and Copper Leading edges ( Marked *564* by Paragon)
Fresh Paragon Die Cut replica decals have been added to complete this prop.
Shows amazing patina and full of aviation and World War 1 history
This propeller is being sold for display only. Perfect for your home, office, restaurant, bar, hangar, dorm room, garage, etc.
MEASUREMENTS/ Total length of propeller 100 inches. Weighs approximately 50 lbs.
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