The description below is taken from the Airfix catalogue this kit was first seen in. There may also be extra information underneath the main description.Airfix Catalogue description:
Long before the age of the submarine, Frenchman Jules Verne conceived the
idea of a vessel that could move about in the depths of the ocean. Around this
idea he wrote the famous story "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea", which tells of
the submersible steel monster Nautilus and its eccentric inventor and master
Captain Nemo. This strange and somewhat sinister craft has now been produced by
Airfix. The kit has a completed length of 275mm and its futuristic shape fires
the imagination as the book has done for decades.
Appeared in the 1981 and 1984 Edition Catalogues but was never
issued. Apparently, test shots were made of the Nautilus and one of these has
been copied to create the resin model which is now available from Comet Miniatures,
Battersea, London (Model No: RES004)
Pictured is the second edition box art from Comet Minatures.
Airfix Catalogue information:Catalogue Ref - 1981 Edition:
04213-6Catalogue Ref - 1984 Edition: