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Sunday, 21 April 2013

"separately in other posts"

This page has been visited a bit more the past days, which gave me the occasion to read it again.

Why did i say that i would treat A.&M.G. Sassoon and Szigony M.V./Qualital separately?

Unlike Brevetti Robbiati (Milan) & Stella (Vienna), A.&M.G. Sassoon (London) and Szigony M.V./Qualital (Budapest) were using the trademark "atomic" exclusively on one coffee maker.

So it is absolutely correct to speak about A.&M.G. Sassoon "atomic" coffee machine.
It was available in 2 models:
_ The Standard Model
_ The Capuccino Model

Talking about Szigony M.V./Qualital "atomic" coffee machine would be equally right.

That brings me to the next point.

You looked at Magdola's smile (previous post).

Did you dare looking at the shelf?

If you have been following my Blog, some machines are of no secret to you anymore.

You probably recognise withou any problem:

_ The model "Elektro"
_ The model "Bambi"
_ The model "Minipress"
_ The model "Midipress"
_ The model "Atomic"
_ The model "Piccolo"

... but what could the model "Mocca" be?

Could it be that little machine on the top right corner?

Something like this?

That it was designed by Desider Stern was of no surprise to me. 
It looks like a fore-runner of the Stella Model 402E.

Here is the patent 140878:

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