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Juicers for Moulinex. André Ricard (1985)

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ANDRÉ RICARD19 of 47Bottle of AZUR eau de cologne. André Ricard (1978, ca. 1985, 1991, ca. 2000)SQUIZZ citrus press. André Ricard (2007)
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    Posted 8 years ago

    austrohung…
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    After a 50 years career as a designer, Ricard has worked not only for Spanish companies. He also worked for European companies such as Moulinex, Gaggia, Pierre Junod watches... (and he just designed -at age 83- the olympic baton that was given to the Brasilian Olympic Committee at the of the 2012 London games: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fortstudio/7743178302/ - he also designed the Olympic torch for the Barcelona 1992 games_ http://especiales.elheraldo.hn/juegos_olimpicos/paginas/barcelona.html).

    Well, one of the designs he made for Moulinex is this juicer, that comes in two sizes.

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    1. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 8 years ago
      I got mine on ebay from Austria and Germany (both for 1€ plus shipping costs). I guess they won't be hard to get, but notice that our electric appliances are different from yours... volts, plugs, etc...

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