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Old 02-22-2019, 07:16 PM   #1
Jon
 
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Default Propeller Identification

I am a a volunteer at our towns museum. I have discovered in our store room a wooden propeller with the following markings and before we put it on display, we do need to have some information about it, and I hope someone can help:

It has two decals stating it was made by the Integral Propeller Company

On the top surface of the hub there are the following marks, stamped:

DG 76 1914
HP 70 REM
M Farman
B 25154

It has a diameter of 2990mm (114 inches)

As a recreational pilot and from my initial research I think that it was designed for a Maurice Farman S. 7 Longhorn 70 H. Two Seater Reconnaissance and Training Biplane but would like any further help, please.
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