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Old 06-25-2006, 01:50 PM   #1
dslado
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Default LeO H-135B.3

Hi,
I have in my collection a very nice propeller from uniwque amphibia plane LeO H-135B.3 (French build in small series)
The markings indicate that it was mounted on one from the seven airplanes from the Polish Naval Squadron during the yeras 1926-1934 (last airworthy LeO H-135B.3 was flown in 1934).

HISPANO-SUIZA-180NK
D-260
S-116-145
LEO-135

Do you know how can I identify my prop more precisely?
All the best
Darek
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Old 06-25-2006, 04:59 PM   #2
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I'd say you've done very well on your own so far. Frankly, it's not all that common to have as much information on some propellers as you already do on yours. Nice looking item as well!
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