A six foot metallic propeller blade that screws into a hub.
At Inventory on 26/03/18, propeller has been repainted from earlier photograph as a commemoration to the contribution made by volunteers in restoring the aircraft in the MOTAT collection. Painted silver with black at base and red at tip. Earlier MOTAT logo with cog in black, and text in black. Specifications of propeller and source are in yellow towards lower edge.
Processed Material/Metal
Signature/Marks and Type
BLADE NO. 6851614 / BLADE SN.B7635 / CLASS ANGLE WITH / CUFF 0.06 Painted
In recognition of the contribution / made by members of the / Save Our Air Force Heritage Society, / The Fleet Air Arm Association, / The Bomber Command Association, / The Volunteer Aviation Engineers / who were and are responsible / for the restoration and creation / of this display / of rare and precious aircraft / 1964 - Painted
Accession No
Credit Line
Propeller Blade, 1978.2669. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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