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Old 04-28-2010, 10:26 AM   #1
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Default Identification numbers on British and U.S. Built Propellers - post WW1

Many thanks to Bob Gardner at Aeroclocks for assembling a huge list of drawing numbers for British propellers made following WW1. (And thanks to Lamar Bevil for creating the html page.)

List of Propeller Drawing Numbers for British Aircraft.

Many U.S. built propellers can be found on Lamar's site, Modern Wooden Propellers.

List of Drawing Numbers by U.S. Manufacturers. (Scroll down page.)


If you are looking for a drawing number that begins with a 1940's date and a "K", eg "43Kxxxxx", be sure to look first for the corresponding civilian model by going to this page of Military Drawing Numbers first.

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Old 07-04-2018, 06:21 PM   #2
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Default Marshall Propellers

I am looking for a good picture of a Marshall propeller decal.
I own Marshall propeller No. 2140.
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