B1511 Aero engine, Anzani, 3-cylinder fan engine, approx 24 hp, made by Alessandro Anzani, Italy, 1909, the type powered a Type X1 Bleriot monoplane in first flight across the English Channel in 1909. Click to enlarge.

Aero engine, Anzani, 3-cylinder fan engine, approx 24 hp, made by Alessandro Anzani, Italy, 1909, the type powered a Type X1 Bleriot monoplane in first flight across the English Channel in 1909

Made in Italy, Europe, 1909.

Aero engine, Anzani, 3-cylinder fan engine, approx 24 hp, made by Alessandro Anzani, Italy, 1909, the type powered a Type X1 Bleriot monoplane in first flight across the English Channel in 1909

Summary

Object No.

B1511

Object Statement

Aero engine, Anzani, 3-cylinder fan engine, approx 24 hp, made by Alessandro Anzani, Italy, 1909, the type powered a Type X1 Bleriot monoplane in first flight across the English Channel in 1909

Physical Description

Aero engine, Anzani, 3-cylinder fan engine, approx 24 hp, made by Alessandro Anzani, Italy, 1909, the type powered a Type X1 Bleriot monoplane in first flight across the English Channel in 1909

Dimensions

Height

1500 mm

Width

720 mm

Depth

1130 mm

Weight

66 kg

Production

Made

1909

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Deutsches Museum, 1963

Acquisition Date

25 March 1963

Cite this Object

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Aero engine, Anzani, 3-cylinder fan engine, approx 24 hp, made by Alessandro Anzani, Italy, 1909, the type powered a Type X1 Bleriot monoplane in first flight across the English Channel in 1909 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 13 December 2018, <https://ma.as/208011>

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