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Star Aeroplane Co

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1910 The company was formed by Edward Lisle.

Granville Bradshaw was employed as the designer. Two models were produced - a pusher bi-plane and a monoplane based on the Antoinette

In 1910 the Star Engineering Company built 2 aircraft. The first was a Farman type biplane with a forward elevator. The second was a monoplane that was powered by a Star 40h.p., 4 cylinder, water-cooled engine.

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Sources of Information

  • Powered Vehicles made in the Black Country by Jim Boulton and Harold Parsons. Published 1990. ISBN 0 904015 30 0
  • Wolverhampton Local History: [1]