PETER KOZINA AND PEKO – WHAT THEY LEFT BEHIND?
PREPARED BY: Bojan Knific, Tržiški muzej in Marjan Godnjov, Numizmatično društvo Slovenije
The exhibition will show the personal items of Peter Kozina, a founder of the Peko factory (cutlery, stationery, photography and caricature), as well as items from the Peko factory (hooves, cutting knives, partially made footwear, footwear patches, …) and items with the Peko factory’s emblem (key rings, badges, shoehorns, medals, plaques, brochures, bags, …). Some old postcards of the Peko factory will also be displayed.
Peter Kozina’s personal objects will be displayed for the first time outside Tržič and for the second time since they have been acquired by the Museum of Tržič.
40 YEARS AGO – JOSIP BROZ TITO
PREPARED BY: Ljubljana Institute of Culture and Education
In the period after the Second World War, only two events transpired that will forever resonate in Slovenian homes. The flight to the moon in 1969 and the death of President Tito in 1980. On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of that event, we have prepared a small selection of newspapers and magazines from our private collection.
MEMORIES OF OUR YOUTH
Trademarks from 1950 to 1980
PREPARED BY: Miro Slana (Fabian Museum Store)
Objects and related advertising messages from the period after World War II until 1980 will be displayed. Development and chronological examination of individual trademarks that marked the people of that era. You will get to know the products and companies of Union, Cockta, Šumi, Ilirija, Ljubljanske mlekarne and other nostalgic trademarks.
NOSTALGIA: TOMOS MOPED AND THE ROG PONY BIKE
The folding pony bike by Rog, postman’s motorcycle with a Tomos engine.
PREPARED BY: Estera Cerar, Boris Brovinsky, Slovenian Technical Museum
Two exhibits will be on display, which, in the 1970s and 1980s, were a significant feature of our daily lives. The Pony folding bike, which was launched in 1965 by the Rog factory in Ljubljana, was a selling hit and one of the most popular bikes in general. The Tomos moped APN 4, colloquially known as the “number four”, was very popular among young people, and was also suitable for hilly areas due to its powerful engine. It was also used by postmen and policemen.
COMIC HEROES IN PHILATELY
PREPARED BY: Tone Simončič, FZS, Philatelic Society of Ljubljana
Slovenian artists and philately, 16 sheets of illustrations on stamps, stamped letters, postcards. Illustrations: Miki Muster, Jelka Reichman, M. Manček, Božo Kos, Tone Kralj, S. Duhovnik, Zvonko Čoh, Gorazd Vahen, Robert Žvokelj.
COLLECTION OF ALL AMERICAN PRESIDENTS ON PEZ FIGURINES
PREPARED BY: Ivan Jurjevič
COLLECTION OF COMMERATIVE PEZ FIGURINES AND BADGES ISSUED FOR THE INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS OF COLLECTORS IN SLOVENIA
PREPARED BY: Ivan Jurjevič
COLLECTION OF ALL PEZ FIGURINES ISSUED IN JAPAN
PREPARED BY: Ivan Jurjevič
140 YEARS OF DELAMARIS
Collection of packaging and promotional materials of the only Slovenian producer of canned fish dishes.
PREPARED BY: Delamaris
The packaging needs to be constantly updated. The most noticeable external changes are on the canned fish packaging, which is constantly adjusting to the times and consumers. The materials, illustrations and the highlighted content are changing, but the key is that the recognizable elements remain the same at all times.
Photo: Development of the best-selling Weekend mackerel with vegetables.
MORE THAN SEVEN DECADES OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS IN SLOVENIA
Telephones that marked the history of telecommunications development in Slovenia
PREPARED BY: Iskratel
Telephones were among the first Iskra products. Their regular production began in 1948 with an inductor for the needs of the Yugoslav railways and state institutions. It was the first ITV1-branded telephone to be based on a Siemens inductor phone. The first widely available rotary dial phone was the ATA1. The design of this telephone was already developed at the Rade Končar factory in Zagreb, but this phone was also basically a version of the Siemens one. The beginnings of production of this telephone go back to 1949, but regular production began in 1950 after some initial problems. This was followed by the ATA 11 telephone, which was launched in 1956. It was technically refined by the home developers, compared to its predecessor, but the design was still modelled after a foreign manufacturer, namely the Swiss Albis. The ATA11 was an extremely popular telephone, reaching an annual production of 35,000 in the early 1960s. The general rise in the prominence of electronic devices has led to a new generation of appliances that have supported new functionalities and have been an important final component of new electronic systems. This period was marked by the successful production and sale of their own ATA series products (automatic desktop telephones) and the development of a new ETA line (electronic telephones).
An important part of Iskra Telematics at that time was the work organization Telephone Elements and Appliances (TEA). Within this organization, three program areas existed: element production, production of mechanical components and parts (MKD) and telephones. All three areas have had a significant impact on the overall process in the production of telecommunications equipment. The development and production of telephones were most recognizable mainly because of the extremely successful ETA 80 product that was the hallmark of its era.
Photo: The ATA1 automatic telephone was the first Iskra telephone intended for widespread use. Regular production began in 1950. The legendary ETA80 handset is one of the most recognizable products from the Iskra family. Regular production began in 1980 and in the following years new functionally upgraded versions followed, including a system phone for use in private telephone networks.
KEEPING MEMORIES – National and University Library
PREPARED BY: Collection of fine print and gray literature, Events and Public Relations Service / National and University Library
The National and University Library collects material created by the Slovenian nation. Not just books and newspapers as you might expect, but also postcards, posters, brochures, flyers, leaflets, calendars, instructions, timetables, directories and comics. And much more. Collecting and looking after valuable material is our primary concern. Composing memories and stories of Slovenian creativity. These tales are told by the fragments from our collections, which you can see in this nostalgic exhibition.
THE COMPANY DANA THROUGH TIME
PREPARED BY: Dana d.o.o.
The Dana company has a long tradition dating back to 1952, when Dana working organization was founded to produce strong alcoholic beverages. It was followed by decades of strong business upswing, joined by the landmark years of decline in the early 1990s. The change in ownership and sales strategies, innovative programs and quality products have enabled the company to maintain its position with consumers. Today, Dana remains loyal to consumers and its mission: promoting a better life with its range of products and services.
COLLECTION OF SLOVENIAN TRADEMARKS OF THE SLOVENIAN ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM
PREPARED BY: Mag. Adela Pukl, Slovene Ethnographic Museum
The exhibition presents a selection of items of Slovenian trademarks that have marked our everyday life and/or holidays in the past or are still marking it today. Most of the trademarks were created in the time of Yugoslavia, but in the territory of the present-day Slovenia. The Slovene Ethnographic Museum houses both old and modern objects within the Slovenian Trademark Collection. That is why the exhibition comparatively presents old and new items of trademarks: Šumi, Cockta, Saturnus, Laško, Donat Mg,…
PHOTO: Donat Mg bottle then and today, photo: B. Verbič, documentation of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum
Cockta bottle then and today, photo: B. Verbič, documentation of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum
Radenska bottle then and Radenska plastic bottle today, photo: B. Verbič, documentation of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum
Šumi box of candies at the 80th anniversary and Šumi box of candies at the 140th anniversary, photo: B. Verbič, documentation of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum
Visoki C candies then and today, photo: B. Verbič, documentation of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum
LEONE ICE CREAM BALLS
Vanilla ice cream filled into plastic balls
PREPARED BY: INCOM d.o.o.
LEONE ice cream balls, an unforgettable product from our youth! Extremely creamy vanilla-flavored ice cream. An object of love and collecting, back then and today.