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Old 03-27-2011, 07:47 PM   #1
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MAny years ago I received a wooden propeller as a decorating gift. Now it is too big for my downsized home and I woould like to sell it but have no idea about it's history or value. It is a wooden propeller with two sensenich decals .It is about 6 ft tall and has five holes around the center hole which I assume were for fastening it to the engine. From the little bit of knowledge Ihave I think it might have been a boat prop since it is a little flat. It is in great shape and was wondering if anyone out there could tell me anything about it.
I am going to attempt to attach a photo. Any information would be appreciated.
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Old 03-28-2011, 08:57 PM   #2
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Actually there are six bolt holes rather than five. By it's squared tips painted red it appears to be in fact an air boat prop asd you said. It should have a design (DES) number stamped into it which would confirm it. It does have some value. I see them sell on eBay pretty frequently but unfortunately I strongly suspect many are sold as aircraft props which would command a higher price.

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