Avro Shackleton Propeller Blade

Avro Shackleton Propeller Blade

Polished aluminium

Porsche 911 disc brake base

1950s

191cm x 28cm

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The Avro Shackleton was a British long-range maritime patrol aircraft for use by the Royal Air Force and was the first bomber to feature contra-rotating propeller blades.

Concorde Engine Stator Blade

Concorde Engine Stator Blade

Titanium alloy

Signed: "E. CHEMEL", 17/20

H: 37.5cm

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Low pressure compressor stator vane Stage 1 of the Rolls-Royce/Snecma Olympus 593 Concorde engine (reference: B930444). This piece of the history to the Corcorde come with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Captain Edouard Chemel (2000 flight hours on Concorde).

Brabham F1 Valves

Brabham F1 Valves

Inlet and exhaust valves

13.5cmx5cm

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These exhaust valves were used by the Brabham F1 team during the 1982 season (Ford Cosworth BT49, BMW BT50 engines). Owned by Bernie Ecclestone, the team won two Grand Prix during the 1982 season in Monaco and Canada with Nelson Piquet (BRA) and Riccardo Patrese (ITA).

Soviet Cosmonaut Glove

Soviet Cosmonaut Glove

From a Sokol KV-2 Pressure Suit
Rubber, synthetic woven cloth,
leather and anodized aluminum
USSR, 1970s
26cmx12cm

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An authentic glove from the Sokol KV-2 spacesuit, bearing the wearer’s monogram on inner wrist in Cyrillic ("ГT", GT). The Sokol space suit was designed in the early 1970s to protect cosmonauts during launch and landing or unexpected emergencies. Presented with its custom stand and glass case.

Battleship Engine Order Telegraph

Battleship Engine Order Telegraph

Aluminium structure
Circa 1940
Osaka, Japan
110cm x 36cm

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An unusual piece of the History of Navigation made by Nunotani Hakuyo Keiki Kogyo Co. Ltd. in Osaka.