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Best I introduce myself as I have just joined merely to thank a member for a very useful post 3 years ago and I've just used the info to obtain some scarce parts for a coffee machine. Anyhow I live in South Devon and I'm retired. I had an introduction to Espresso Cappuccino coffee back in 1957 when I was 10 and I was taken to a Mocha Bar in Watford next door to a Rank Films Cinema. By 1968 I had bought my first coffee machine - a Mocha Pot stove top Brevetti Robbiati Milan "Atomic" machine with a steam pipe frother - it was £11 and it allowed me to make cafe-like Cappuccino 'flat white' ty
I have decided to allow one of my little treasures to fly the nest so to speak (only because I have 2!), so up for grabs is an original Atomic Stovetop coffee maker. This is one of the rarer early models made around the end of the 1940s, it is completely original and functions as it should. I will post up some more photos of this little beauty later. I it comes with a new genuine jug, new seal and new pressure cap all available from bella barista. Anyway, 50 tickets at £6 per ticket, with £50 going to the forum funds, usual stuff applies, names on the list once we have 50 the draw will ta