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Old 09-20-2020, 07:49 PM   #1
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Default Another Prop ID

Hello Forum,

I've got a prop I'm hoping to ID that's sitting in an antique shop. The dealer said it came from an estate sale of a WW2 pilot that passed away; the prop came out of a barn or hanger from the airfield he either owned or ran. He didn't have any historical info on it, so I'm trying to verify if this is real or fake, and if it's real, is there any possibility of figuring out how old it is, what kind of airplane it may have been used on, and so forth. I think it may be a Sensenich Brothers prop, based on the logo shadow (see second pic). I didn't find any numbers or letters on it, but those could be under the metal hub I suppose.

Any help is much appreciated!

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