AIRCRAFT PROPELLER IDENTITY. (HELP!!)

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  1. hamiltonjamesbowring

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    Hello world of ww2 aircraft!

    recently i have come into contact with these two beautiful chromed stand alone propellers (pictured below)
    i have been told they have come of a Lancaster Bomber, however they seem to be the wrong size and shape...

    in order for me to sell them i desperately need to know what they might have come from, the serial numbers stamped on them are as follows:

    1) AMS 4130 AL1933 RF1017 A.O 104 D FA 15359 714 300 MOD 8
    2) 1017.0.104 RSSAJ RF 714 300 TFNIL D46970A

    can anyone help??

    any assistance would be greatly appreciated!


    cheers,

    Hamilton

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  2. Maxrobot1

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    Are they steel or aluminum alloy?
     
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