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de Havilland DH10 Amiens - What Do We Have?

A typical example of items carved from redundant aircraft propellers - a plant pot holder made from the propeller boss of the DH10, F357.

Part of a group of 15 DH10 outer mainplane panels, originally acquired from a vendor in Wantage in Berkshire in poor condition. Also purchased from Berkshire (Didcot) was right hand engine nacelle strut (77/A/942), complete with maker's transfer, 'Cambrian Aircraft Constructors, Cardiff'.

Our other DH10 strut, is a wing interplane strut.

Those items not illustrated here will be photographed as the recording element of the Museum's ongoing collections management programme proceeds.

Plant pot holder made from the propeller
66/C/346

DH10 outer mainplane panels
69/A/1182

DH10 strut
82/A/1685

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