Leonardo da Vinci's Aerial Screw [FCS]

by JoseAB
Not For Sale


Codex B (2173), c.83v. Leonardo da Vinci

A working model inspired by Leonardo's "Aerial Screw", the first attempt ever to design a helicopter. Designed by Leonardo to "spiral up in the air".

The set comes assembled and consists of two main parts (stator and rotor) and a base. The base contains a plate with the machine's name in italian written in a blackletter typeface and Leonardo's name written in a font inspired by his very own handwriting.

For a White Strong & Flexible Model, with more detailed features (as braided rope), check out this other product:
Leonardo da Vinci's Aerial Screw [WS&F]


IN: 5.049 w x 4.1 d x 5.478 h
CM: 12.824 w x 10.414 d x 13.914 h


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