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Old 06-03-2017, 07:59 AM   #2
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It can't be identified without stamped design numbers on it. There are a lot of possibilities but the size and shape are highly consistent with you on the small Continental, Lycoming, Franklin engines used commonly on light trainers from the 30s and 40s onward. Replacement propellers are still being manufactured so it has no value as airworthy and also isn't particularly valuable to a collector.

Your best bet is probably eBay, with better photos of the entire prop and any other numbers if you can find them. I wouldn't expect more than a few hundred dollars for it, but you never know . . .
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