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Old 03-08-2010, 06:38 PM   #1
gordy8
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Default Appraisal of an Early Flottorp propeller

For the past 35 years I have owned a Flottorp propeller. It is roughly 100 inches long, has eight holes in the hub and has 1328 and SC 9 390 marked on the hub. It is in original condition (complete with the manufacturer's decals). It is made of a heavy wood (I am guessing it is oak) and it has brass or copper on the tips. It has small scratches on it but all things considered, it is in remarkable shape. I have attached a photo for your review.

I am considering selling it (though it doesn't make me happy).

I have searched the internet for information, and though I see much information about a number of different propellers, I haven't found a match for the one I have. If it is not too much trouble, I am hoping someone would offer their insight. Any idea what type of plane the propeller is from and more importantly, if I list it on an auction site, what should I ask for it?

Thank you so much for this consideration,
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