Authentic 1930's Hamilton Standard full size 6095A-6 Airplane Propeller Blade.
This is the same type ( Dwg. No and ATC ) of propeller blade Amelia Earhart used on her Lockheed Electra 10E Special ( NR-16020) during her final flight ( see documentation in photos).
THIS IS A VERY RARE BLADE
Aluminum propeller blade has been completely mirror polished on front and back.
The steel bearing rings have been cleaned.
We will include a Hamilton Standard East Hartford decal with blade if you wish to add to front.
Blade stands 51 1/2 inches tall
A very rare opportunity to own a well documented piece of Aviation History.
* Credit to TIGHAR (The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery) for the Aircraft Inspection Report Documentation.
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