Propeller [Farman]

Farman Aviation Works, Manufacturer

Circa 1915
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Maker and Role
Farman Aviation Works, Manufacturer
Production Date
Circa 1915
Description
A varnished wooden propeller with 2 blades and copper sheathing on propeller tips. Green paint around the central hub which has 8 holes around it. Stamped in centre; B 25356, DG 8303, HP 80 REN, M FARMAN, H 26103. The Maurice Farman (M Farman) was a French Aircraft used as a basic trainer by the British. Maurice Farman was a pioneer in French aviation, producing several biplanes.
Media/Materials
Organic/Vegetal/Wood
Processed Material/Metal/Copper
Signature/Marks and Type
B / DC 2503 / HP 80 REN / M. FARMAN / B 25356 Engraved
THE INTEGRAL PROPELLER COMPANY CO LIMITED / MADE BY / RHAMRIEY / BRITISH MAKE Maker's Mark
Accession No
1966.446
Credit Line
Farman Aviation Works. Circa 1915. Propeller [Farman], 1966.446. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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