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Old 08-03-2008, 08:04 PM   #1
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Default HISTORY AND VALUE OF 1944 WOODEN PROPELLOR

I HAVE A PROPELLOR WITH THE FOLLOWING I.D. ON IT:

SS-SS170D
JAN 1944
JACOBS L6
P90''
D80''
ANSON 2
WHAT'S IT WORTH?
WHERE IS IT FROM?
I'VE OWNED IT FOR MANY YEARS
THANK YOU SO MUCH..
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Old 08-03-2008, 08:19 PM   #2
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For some very strange reason, that model propeller seems to show up in lots of places. It was made by S&S Propellers, Ltd. in Winnipeg for the Avron Anson. One seems to appear on eBay every 4 or 5 months, and as I recall they end up selling somewhere between $500 and $1000 or so.

It's worth more if the decals are still present, and some of the ones I've seen look brand new, leading me to believe that the reason you see so many of them is that there was a huge surplus of them at some point.

Other manufacturers also made props for the same aircraft.
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