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In 1953 the newspapers of the time published an advertisement for a coffee lever machine very similar to the Gaggia Gilda.

IRIS, the modern Neapolitan moka, is produced by Gaggia and marketed by unknown VE.MA.CC.

"Con la IRIS si ottiene:

1) risparmio 50% di polvere di caffč, a paritą di condizioni, particolarmente nei confronti della usuale Napoletana

2) rapiditą di preparazione della bevanda

3) miglioramento qualitativo con conseguente concentrazione di aroma e gusto"

Imagine the Gaggia factory open a production line for a few perhaps hundreds of lever machines is quite difficult.

More reasonable to think of some not commercial motivation, relatives, friends or suppliers that you could not say no.

Unlike the Gilda, the machine is in open boiler, without thermometer and safety valve.

It has many parts in common with the Gilda, such as piston, lever, group, heating element, filter holder.

Simple, sturdy and charmingly, is extremely rare

 

 

year   Description    
1953 IRIS lever machine with open boiler and piston without spring - 125V
         
 

 

 

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