Identify this propellor

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  1. syscom3

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    A guy on another forum owns this prop and hasnt a clue who made it and what it might be off of.

    I suspect its a WW1 prop.

    Anyone know?
     

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    The prop says Siddeley eng on it. I am guessing it's from a Hawker of some sort.
     
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    And its a matter of what aircraft takes this prop. It may used on several different aircraft. - I'm with Eric on this one.
     
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    Thanks guys!
     
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