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  • Dbahnson
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    It would also be interesting to see if these are propellers or just hubs with blades removed.

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  • Mtskull
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    From a brief internet search of the design numbers, I can tell you that both propellers date from the WW1 era.
    The one pictured, design number A.B.8080, is from an S.E.5a aircraft, fitted with a 200hp Hispano-Suiza engine.
    Design number T28020 is for a propeller for an F.E.2e aircraft, fitted with a 250hp Rolls-Royce Eagle engine. The Darraq Motor Company would have been the manufacturers of the propeller.

    It would be very interesting to see some more photographs.

    Andy

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  • Blaisdon
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    Any info much appreciated

    I have come across a lady who's father was an RAF mechanic during world war two. She has two props. I am posting the pictures of one of them for identification. The second one is a Rolls Royce with these markings Darraco motor London T28020? Also eng 20. IMG_5242.jpeg
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