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Letter from the ambassador of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
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Direct letter to Chur
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Postal Horn
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Letter to the rectors of the Council of Ten
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Letter from the ambassador of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
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Letter franked with Penny Black
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The real guide for travelers
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Letter from the ambassador of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
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Health Association of Health of Bergamo
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Henry Alken - Four in Hand
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Writing set
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US postal balance
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IBM rotating heads for electronic typewriter
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Olivetti personal computer
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Torquato Tasso - Conquered Jerusalem
Letter from the ambassador of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
Direct letter to Chur
Postal Horn
Letter to the rectors of the Council of Ten
Letter from the ambassador of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
Letter franked with Penny Black
The real guide for travelers
Letter from the ambassador of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
Health Association of Health of Bergamo
Henry Alken - Four in Hand
Writing set
US postal balance
IBM rotating heads for electronic typewriter
Olivetti personal computer
Torquato Tasso - Conquered Jerusalem

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In 1992 Olivetti presented the Notebook, an extremely compact laptop with which it inaugurated the category of sub-notebooks, the current netbooks. The Notebook is in A5 format and is a DOS compatible laptop with multimedia functions, unusual for those times. The Notebook was defined as “a technological jewel” by the specialist magazines of the time. It had an LCD monitor, basic software pre-installed, and had a digital recorder that could run even when the computer was turned off. The notebook was a small revolution, useful for all those people who needed to always have this tool with them for work.

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