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Old 01-02-2018, 04:38 PM   #4
Dbahnson
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It doesn't really look like an ultralight propeller. Notice that it's a left hand thread, which is much less common than right hand and is "usually" associated with some post WW1 British aircraft or a pusher application on common U.S. aircraft. It's not on this list of British props, so I'm not sure exactly where you can go from there. A huge number of props simply can't be identified.

I can't tell from the photos, but has the metal sheathing been removed from the leading edge, or is it still there?

It's nearly certain that it was made after WW1, so I've moved the thread into the "modern" propellers category.
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