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12-14-2014, 06:27 PM
Can someone help me identify this propeller. I just got from a friend of mine who got it in exchange for doing some construction work. The story that came with it is it came off a Curtis Jenny that crashed in France in WWI, piloted by an American named Rossi. It is mahogany with copper ends, 8 bolt pattern and measures 8' 0" long. I want to find out information about it, make a plaque, mount it and give it to my son when he comes back from his deployment overseas next spring. He is an Air Force WSO flying in the F15E Strike Eagle against ISIL. Thanks for any help received.
I was not able to upload the photos. If someone can email me directly I can send them the photos. My email is kjenning@optonline.net.
The info on the propeller on one side of hub is P10029 / 8' x 3'5" CAB 41
The other side says 2 / 41948

12-14-2014, 09:54 PM
I'm not at home to look up any numbers, but mail the photos to me at dahnson at gmail.com and I'll upload them here. I should be able to look at some numbers tomorrow.