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1490867251Code 5630 American propellerPropeller made of mahogany laminated wood. American manufacture, 1915 circa, serial number *163*. Very good condition, minor repair on the tip. Cm 19x10.5x274 - inches 7.48x4.13x107.8. It is a Paragon OX5 propeller, spare and never used, made by the American Propeller Company, founded in 1910 in Washington DC, producing propellers there before moving to Baltimore, Maryland, in 1912. They used the trade name "Paragon", and by the end of World War I they had built over 25,000 wood propellers. It is a very early model, as evidenced by its serial number *163*, and it was made for use on the famous Curtiss JN4 ("Jenny"). Round turned brass support made to measure, to hang the propeller.

The Curtiss JN-4 Jenny was a single-engine biplane two-seater produced by the US company Curtiss Airplane and Motor Company in the 10s of the 20th century. The Curtiss JN-4 is probably the most famous North American aircraft of the First World War period. Although it was not directly used in the conflict, the JN-4 was the most used training model, according to an estimate of at least 95% of the cases, for the first level training of US Army pilots. It was nicknamed "Jenny" by its crews, not an official designation but by assonance of the abbreviation assigned to the model.

The first real flight happened in 1903, when the Wright brothers made fly - and keep in the air for 12 seconds - a glider with a motor of 16 horsepower at Kill Devil Hill in North Carolina, USA. But the father of aviation, by the scientific community and aeronautics, is considered Alberto Santos-Dumont, who, during a flight on November 12, 1906, has made to take off a machine heavier than air without external help (the Wright brothers had instead used a sort of catapult to take off). The first Italian aircraft was built by Aristide Faccioli in 1908.

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