A.Jackson British Civil Aircraft since 1919 vol.1 (Putnam)
DE BOLOTOFF SDEB 14
Two-seat general utility biplane powered by one 200-h.p. Curtiss 8-cylinder water-cooled geared engine. Designed by Prince Serge de Bolotoff and built by the de Bolotoff Aeroplane Works at Sevenoaks, Kent, 1919. One aircraft only, G-EAKC, c/n 14, registered to de Bolotoff and Company 14.8.19. Span, ‘about 36 ft.’
Jane's All The World Aircraft 1919
Prince Serge de Bolotoff will be remembered as the producer of a curious triplane in the very early days of aviation.
During the war he designed and has built the machine illustrated herewith. This is a two-seater machine of medium size (span about 36 feet), fitted with а 200 h.p. 12-Cylinder " Curtiss " Engine.
No detailed information as to dimensions or performance have been received.
As may be seen, the machine is generally on the lines of the early Albatros biplanes.