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Old 05-26-2015, 01:33 AM   #1
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Default Identifying WWI prop

Hello,

Thanks for setting up this forum! My dad just passed down his WWI propeller to me that he bought from antique shop in London 30 years ago. He was told at the time it came from an Avro that flew in WWI.

Any help in identifying what aircraft it came from would be appreciated.

The markings on the prop are:

DRG P23
D 8-5' P 6-10
TR_CTOR( I couldn't identify the 3rd letter)

110 CIERGHT RH(not positive on the IE)
1579( not positive on the 9)

The final markings include four small boxes right next to each other with the same markings- they are:

A.I.D.
357

See pictures posted as well.

Thanks in advance!

Best,

Andrew
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