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Old 05-24-2016, 03:25 PM   #21
pmdec
 
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Hi,
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Originally Posted by lion65 View Post
H.../... Unfortunately I have not the Hamilton propeller...

Kind regards,
Gert
It was the first thing I looked for when I received your list!

I have bought two (one and half, in fact!) German ones 6 monthes ago, with the hope to have an exchange with someone who has a Hamilton... but I have not still picked up them... It is why I was attentive at the prices of yours... And I am a little disappointed by them!

About the Levasseur, we have three of them: one "like new" from 1917 (serial 586 for SPAD 13), one in poor state of the same era and one half destroyed but from ~1911 (serial 134 with large blades scimitar shaped and the first Levasseur decals and stamps).

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