HOW TO SPOT A FAKE REPRODUCTION ATOMIC COFFEE MACHINE
The community became so (too?) reactive and (too?) efficient... one Ebay offer recently got taken away after just 3 days.
3 Ebayers pointed - with right - to the seller that he was selling an indian reproduction. The seller was denying.
I sent one assuring him he might consider the warning of the 3 ebayers and that the auction will be stopped by ebay. Shortly after, the auction did stop.
I received an thanking email, which is always a pleasure. I considered "Goose" as his signature:
Anyhow... sorry i got distracted... all i wanted to say is, every good rule has its exception.
For example these 2:
Mike did a great job raising the awareness of these reproductions. I take my hat off.
Thumbs up Mike!!!
But how difficult it is now, to get a these in ones collection!!!!!
You have to know the black market very well.
I don't... but i only collect machines made before 1989.
After that... the machines were... how to say... well... maybe one day, i'll write a post about it...