Professional school model of a steam engine - Brass, Iron (cast/wrought), Steel (stainless) - Second half 20th century

Description
Professional school model of a steam engine - Brass, Iron (cast/wrought), Steel (stainless) - Second half 20th century
Poland

A professional rare school model of a steam engine, made in 60s by the Factory of Scientific Aid in Poznań.
The model shows the operation of the steam engine. It is made of steel with brass elements and the base is cast iron. The model is very carefully made with regard to important details.
The model, despite its age, is 100% efficient and can still be used as an educational aid or as a beautiful decoration in the industrial style. The engine can be moved manually or after connecting compressed air or steam. (The machine works beautifully after connecting compressed air.)The condition is oryginal and very good with little traces of patina - as shown in the pictures.
On the base there is a plate with the manufacturer's signature.
Length: 32 cm
Width: 20 cm
Height: 18 cm
Weight: 7,8 kg
The model will be carefully packed and sent with a package of insurance and traceability.

Lot details
Object
Professional school model of a steam engine
Material
Brass, Iron (cast/wrought), Steel (stainless)
Manufacturer/ Brand
Factory of Scientific Aid in Poznan
Estimated Period
Second half 20th century
Country of Origin
Poland
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
18×20×31 cm
Weight
7.8 kg
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