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Old 05-19-2018, 04:20 AM   #1
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Default Propeller identification - some issues

Hi all,

I've read a few topics here and there and have been reading for quite a while now. I came across a WW1 era prop, but I can't seem to put a solid ID on where it came from. Would someone be able to help me out?

It has the inscription of a Nieuport propeller for a Gnome engine. Would this make sense? I assumed it would fit a Nieuport 28 aircraft, but I'd appreciate if someone could confirm this or have any other thoughts. Thanks a lot.

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