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Description: First patent (vol. 33 n. 256) for the Espresso Machine, by Mr. Angelo Moriondo, dated May 16, 1884 and titled "Nuovi apparecchi a vapore per la confezione economica ed istantanea del caffè in bevanda. Sistema A. Moriondo"
Credit: The original file comes from the living grandson of the inventor, called Dr. Angelo Moriondo as well, who inherited the graphics and permission from his grandfather Mr. Angelo Moriondo.
Author: Mr. Angelo Moriondo
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