Identification of wooden propeller blade please

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  1. phonehome

    phonehome New Member

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    I have a single wooden propeller blade inherited from my father in law who was a ww11 bomber pilot (Stirlings)

    On the metal boss there are the following markings:

    Small circle with NG above 15 on their side.
    Followed by: 53L./9. (space) RA1426 (space) 1

    This may be obvious to one of your experts but if not I will take photos.

    Many thanks.
     
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    FLYBOYJ "THE GREAT GAZOO"
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    Photos will make accurate ID easier
     
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    RA1426 looks like a Rotol part number, but without a photo its hard to tell, really.
     
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