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.