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Il Codice Sul Volo Degli Uccelli: Riproduzione in Facsimile del Codice Transcrizione ed Annotazioni Bibliografiche a Cura di Jotti da Badia Polesine

Da Vinci, Leonardo

Editore: Spartaco Giovene, Milano, 1946
Condizione: Good Rilegato

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1/500. Quarto. 55, [3] (Text), [40]pp (Facsimile). Original glassine over decorative paper covered boards. Title page in red and black lettering. Remarkable work containing a stunning facsimile of Leonardo da Vinci's manuscript on the Flight of Birds, along with a text accompanying it. Compiled in 1505, the Codex on Flight by Leonardo da Vinci presents the most important study on flight completed before the 19th century. It features both theoretical and experimental analyses derived from observing birds in flight. All the drawings and texts are aimed at accomplishing the great dream: to build a machine for human flight. Not only does the Codex explain how to make it, but also how to fly it. Lower part of glassine torn. Moderate foxing along edges of binding. Minor age-toning along paper margin. Text in Italian. Glassine in overall poor, binding in good to good+, interior in good+ to very good condition. Codice inventario libreria 32349

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Titolo: Il Codice Sul Volo Degli Uccelli: ...

Casa editrice: Spartaco Giovene, Milano

Data di pubblicazione: 1946

Legatura: Hardcover

Condizione libro:Good

Edizione: Limited First edition.

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