Collectible Italian Espresso machines from 1910

gengis

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Mar 30, 2008
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Los Angeles
Beautiful collectible espresso machines starting from 1910. Most of them have been restored and are in working conditions. All the machines are rare pieces of Italian design and milestones of the espresso making. Here a lis of what available. Contact me for pictures and rates. Some of the machines are available in Los Angeles (Faema E-61 1 and 2 groups restored and one 2 groups to be restored). If interested in others I can provide you with pictures and we will take it from there. Serious buyers only.


2 faema e 61 2 groups - copper boiler - restored.
3 faema e 61 1 groups - steel boiler - to be restored.
4 faema e 61 3 groups- copper boiler - restored.
5 faema e 61 2 groups - steel boiler - to be restored.
6 faema e 61 2 groups - steel boiler - to be restored.
7 faema e 61 2 groups - steel boiler - to be restored.
9 faema e 61 3 groups - restored.
10 faema e 61 2 groups - copper boiler - restored.
11 faema e 61 president 2 groups - copper boiler - restored.
12 augusta - lever/draft.
13 record - lever/draft.
15 faema e 61 4 groups - restored perfect conditions.
18 1 group gaggia - lever/draft.
21 2 groups 2001 elektra barlume - restored.
23 1910 la victoria arduino - column machine - some component are missing.
24 1920 sesat - column machine.
28 1990 victoria arduino reproduction of original column machine.
29 faema e 61 urania 1 group.
30 around 1950 - lever/draft cimbali.
32 faema - lever\draft.
33 gaggia - lever\draft.
34 antique roaster 5-6 feet tall.
35 faema e61 1 group - copper boiler - to be restored.
36 faema e61 3 groups - steel boiler - to be restored.
37 faema e 61 urania 2 groups.
38 faema e 61 1 groups - steel boiler - restored.
40 1930 model 2 groups electron fulgor torino - column machine.
41 gaggia.
42 bizerba 1950.
43 gaggia america a pompa 1 group - to be restored.
44 gaggia america a pompa 1 group - to be restored.
45 1950 faema.

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