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    I have inherited an INTEGRAL PROPELLOR COMPANY 2 blade prop, and think it is from early 20th century. It has no. 802 stamped on the hub with letter I added below. In appearance it is very similar to the web site logo prop. and is in very good condition with unmarked transfer decals one with a name inscribed that is difficult to read, but looks like 'Bhotwing'. I wonder if anyone can help me identify its origins. It came into my family via an aero club in Manchester uk and may have belonged to an engine and plane flying from Barton Aerodrome.

    Looking forward to getting any information possible.

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    I can't find that number in the British Integral Propeller listings, and I believe that the early French Integrale propellers were actually made by Chauviere, but the Chauviere series numbers are all 4 and sometimes 5 digits, not three.

    Can you post pictures of the prop and the decal? I sure don't know what it is from the information given.