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Old 12-04-2011, 12:32 PM   #1
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Thanks to the information obtained from the archives division of the National Air and Space Museum, I have identified my propeller.It is a product of the Jamestown Propeller Co. Model SE-5090. Was manufactured for the U.S. Navy for installation on the Curtiss HS-1L and HS-2L flying boats. Was sold surplus in 1920,(one of 627). Was never mounted on an engine. Laminations have separated to some degree, has some minor abrasions, otherwise it is in good condition. Any idea as to the current value?
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