The Maillard 700 will usually say that on the label, except it was a foil label like the Normandy Competition, so sometimes the label has come off. Many of the 700s that came as OE on high end Peugeots had the same type and color of foil label, but said: "Trophy Peugeot by Maillard" or something like that - didn't actually say "700" but it was the same hub. Midrange Maillard hubs, like the front hubs often paired with a Helicomatic rear, often had "Maillard" stamped directly on the barrel rather than on a label. The "M" was sometimes highly stylized.
> In a message dated 10/30/00 8:42:53 AM Eastern Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> > I think there was a slow evolution in the names used. In the early 70's one
> > rarely saw Atom hubs, at least in the US, but Normandy hubs typically had
> > Atom QRs
> > (though early 70s PX-10s usually had Simplex QRs). Atom 600 and 700
> > were
> > common in the early 70s, however. Some time in the late 70s the Normandy
> > and Atom
> > names were phased out on hubs, QRs and pedals. I think at one point there
> > were
> > QRs with "Atom" one one side of the lever and "Maillard" on
> I guess some answers were as close as my garage.
> The approx 75 Peugeot had Normandy sport hubs and Simplex Q/R's.
> My 77 Raleigh came with Atom hubs with Q/R's that do indeed have Maillard on
> the outside of handle and Atom on the inner side.
> Q. Does a Maillard 700 hub say that on it?
> My Maillard hub just says Maillard on it.
> Pete Geurds
> Douglassville, Pa