Sopwith Camel Propeller

There are few experts using original techniques to make World War 1 propellers. Feast your eyes on these photos. The original is on the left
and the nearest on the right) with the new props. The marks are Sopwith Camel f1, 130 H Clerget, AD 644 (drawing number), R.H. (right hand), D 2590 (diameter), P 2560 (pitch). They are made from mahogany.

Below you can see the laminating, shaping, balancing, bare wood and finishing

The propeller bolts had to be especially made which was speedily done by E C Pitcher Ltd., UK The set is 8 nuts and bolts. Some spares are available,