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On June 3, 1953, Enrico Radaelli patented a new, original and ornamental design for a coffee maker, designed by  famous architect Paolo Buffa.

The patent covers only the exterior of the machine, no mention is made of the mechanism of operation, which is derived without change from the Gaggia Gilda "first model" .

The machine is called "Caffomatic" and wonder for a few practical solutions, such as sight glass level indicator, located on the side.

An interesting fact concerns the serial number engraved on the back label, where the first two numbers represent the year of production and the subsequent numbers indicate the progressive number of the machine produced in the year

Was produced in the period 1953-1958. Is it quite rare.

 

 

 

    Description Logo Note
1953 Caffomatic

(sn 5315)

first model with bronze boiler - 160 volt
1954 Caffomatic

(sn 54642)

second model with aluminium boiler - 260 volt
  holder filter   processing stages for replication of the holder filter

 

 

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