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I'm new around here, and hoping to find some information.
Neither my wife nor I are much into fishing so busy but her ex who passed away left her everything and there was quite a large collection of large saltwater fishing reels.
I listed them on eBay a couple times, but in light of some new information, I want to get the real scoop on these so I make sure everything is correct and don't rip anyone off or myself.
I'm including some pics.
I'd big brother game as best I could online I like out in the middle of the Pineywoods of east Texas, not many places to get info on saltwater fishing gear, especially older stuff.
After finding Italcanna's site, and the logo appearing almost the same, I assumed it was an Italcanna Gladiator.
After searching again and finding a thread on BloodyDecks, it would seem this might be made by a man named Rosetti?
Any help is GREATLY appreciated!
I'll keep checking in, in hopes of some new light being shone on this!
Those reels have been discussed here once before, a while back.
I'm not so sure about the Italcanna thing though.
I don't remember what Mr Everol said about it, it was almost a year ago I was there.
If I even asked.
I have schematics from Italcanna HQ; it almost looks like your reel might fit the description.
Not the new Gladiators though, they're a different thing altogether.
You know, let's find out for once and for all.
I'm going to email your pic there to Italcanna HQ and see what they say.
As it happens though, most of Italy is on vacation in the month of August.
Link to previous thread: And while we're at it, can anyone decipher the numbers on the sideplate?
Espacenet lists a patent for 244138, but it's for furniture.
Italcanna has a patent from 1991; don't know for what really.
Someone else mentioned in that thread that his reel said Rosetti on it, and as you can see this one doesn't.
Kind of what makes this all the more confusing.
The best I can tell, Gladiator is the maker?
Could it be the French company that bought out Rosetti think that was the info I read?
Appreciate any info and help you can offer!
I'd really like to find out if these are good reels or junk mainly, and any specs on them.
It does say it's 130lb on the other side.
Just emailed Italcanna and the Everol guy old man is still around We'll see what they say.
If not I'll just SMS them tomorrow, but no guarantee they remember.
I'll keep checking in here to see if there's any updates.
Really appreciate your help!
It all has to do with the Italian company OFMER as Ben stated in the last post of the other topic.
OFMER spinning reels are well known amongst collectors.
OFMER stands for OFficina MEccanica Rosetti and was located in the city of Bologna in Italy.
Rosetti was the founder of OFMER.
As Ben also said the read more OFMER was taken over by the french company GLADIATOR.
It was in this period they made the GLADIATOR biggame reels, still referring to Rosetti, perhaps because he designed them or because they were still being made in his factory.
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Jean-Paul Thanks for the info snoekjaeger.
More great information to add to my notes.
Now I've got to figure out when and where this was made and hopefully more specs on it.
Is the French company still around?
Also, where would I be able to find the book you mentioned?
I've seen that book at the Everol HQ, it looked pretty neat.
Il volume contiene piu' di 300 fotografie a colori di mulinelli da collezione e la storia delle aziende produttrici quali, Alcedo, Zangi, Ofner, Nettuno, Agal, Niagara, Coptes, ecc.
Ogni mulinello è corredato di informazioni tecniche e una tabella finale riporta le quotazioni e la rarita' dei singoli pezzi.
Thought you'd like the mulinelli misterioso.
By the way, Jean-Paul, about that Resnos Moulinet-a-Thon reel.
I was at the ABU museum and checked the one in Borgströms office.
It's mounted on a plaque, so I thought there might be a name or inscription or something.
Anyway, about the Gladiator.
The schematic given to me by Italcanna's tech guy is definitely the right one.
Perhaps they get so many enquiries that they decided to support the old reels or something.
This what they look like inside.
This is another Gladiator, which looks essentially like a SouthEast Asian copy of an Italian Alutecnos found one of the guys involved; he didn't know.
What does the inscription say?
I think Italcanna somewhere along the line got the right to produce these or so.
Or has Italcanna evolved from Ofmer at some point?
The exact role of the French Gladiator company has never been very clear.
The two reels I have look almost EXACTLY like that first pic you have, Dr.
But, mine doesn't have any engraving on the bottom.
Man, this is almost headache material.
I never would have been able to find any of this information on my own.
This is only the beginning.
Dig this: Email from Italcanna: "Ciao.
Did you make this reel?
Yes this reels was made by my father Carlo D'Olivo in society with Mr.
Until now I thought Italcanna was just a rod company with some imported reels.
So who the heck is Ofmer, and where did that information come from?
Next email, from my friend Mr Everol: "Hi Rob, the Gladiator was studied by Mr Rossetti that before Ofmer - Bologna worked in Everol.
Italcanna purchased the Gladiator mark time ago, when Ofmer stop business.
I didn't know anithings about France.
So after all these years, the truth is outed-- Old man Rosetti worked for Everol back in the day?
This is what Laurie B said last time.
I gotta ask his dad about this.
About who knows who 'round here.
And why he didn't tell me that until now.
And I'm not so sure the history is in the right order, or that Alutecnos has anything to do with it, even if the reels are very similar.
Better drop them a line too.
Man, I got some serious pen-paling to do.
Last edited by on Wed Aug 08, 2007 3:45 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I'm more intrigued now, albeit WAY more confused.
Thanks again and thanks a MILLION!
Your help is priceless!
Okay, I think we've dug deeper and come further than anyone has done before, at least here.
With this last piece of the puzzle, i think the story pretty much ends here.
For this time, anyway.
Tattoo, good luck with your reel and do with it as you see fit.
Last email: "Hi Rob, Sergio Rico is the guy the studied the Gladiator sorry but my father correct me was Sergio Rico that worked in Everol.
At that time Mr.
D'Olivo was only the distributor of Gladiator.
The Gladiator changed several times manufactured and Rossetti was one of them, Bagma too.
The owners of Italcanna bought the mark Gladiator when Gladiator stop business.
And around 1970 correct.
I plan on selling them, as I'm not much of a fisherman or collector.
Any ideas on what the value of them would be?
I know it's pretty open, but I guess they're worth about whatever they go on eBay for?
Well, I couldn't find any more information on the reel, so I'm going with what you guys have found for me so far.
I hope I was accurate in my listing.
I went ahead and posted in on eBay.
I figured I'd post here to let everyone know, just in case anyone is interested.
Thanks again for everyone's help!
It's in Italian, but still.
It is mostly about the same folks we've discussed above, in various constellations.
So really this is just sort of a historical post-it note; maybe someday years from now someone will Google their way to this thread, and find enlightenment.
I love this stuff!
Might I suggest a Reel News article.
The info here, and I imagine that in the letter, would prove great material.
Yes, an article or book read article been suggested a few times.
I think of it regularly.
Sometimes over the intervening years since this thread was written, various bits of information have come to light, which would add further detail.
And really, Italy isn't too far away from here; I was there last week.
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I'm new around here, and hoping to find some information.
Neither my wife nor I are much into fishing so busy but her ex who passed away left her everything and there was quite a large collection of large saltwater fishing reels.
I listed them on eBay a couple times, but in light of some new information, I want to get the real scoop on these so I make sure everything is correct and don't rip anyone off or myself.
I'm including some pics.
I'd researched as best I could online I like out in the middle of the Pineywoods of east Texas, not many places to get info on saltwater fishing gear, especially older stuff.
After finding Italcanna's site, and the logo appearing almost the same, I assumed it was an Italcanna Gladiator.
After searching again and finding a thread on BloodyDecks, it would seem this might be made by a man named Rosetti?
Any help is GREATLY appreciated!
I'll keep checking in, in hopes of some new light being shone on this!
Those reels have been discussed here once before, a while back.
I'm not so sure about the Italcanna thing though.
I don't remember what Mr Everol said about it, it was almost a year ago I was there.
If I even asked.
I have schematics from Italcanna HQ; it almost looks like your reel might fit the description.
Not the new Gladiators though, they're a different thing altogether.
You know, let's find out for once and for all.
I'm going to email your pic there to Italcanna HQ and see what they say.
As it happens though, most of Italy is on vacation in the month of August.
Link to previous thread: And while we're at it, can anyone decipher the numbers on learn more here sideplate?
Espacenet lists a patent for 244138, but it's for furniture.
Italcanna has a patent from 1991; don't know for what really.
Someone else mentioned in that thread that his reel said Rosetti on it, and as you can see this one doesn't.
Kind of what makes this all the more confusing.
The best I can tell, Gladiator is the maker?
Could it be the French company that bought out Rosetti think that was the info I read?
Appreciate any info and help you can offer!
I'd really like to find out if these are good reels or junk gladiator big game reels, and any specs on them.
And of course, accurate information helps a ton when it comes to eBay.
It does say it's 130lb on the other side.
Just emailed Italcanna and the Everol guy old man is still around We'll see what they say.
If not I'll just SMS them tomorrow, but no guarantee they remember.
I'll keep checking in here to see if gladiator big game reels any updates.
Really appreciate your help!
It all has to do with the Italian company OFMER as Ben stated in the last post of the other topic.
OFMER spinning reels gladiator big game reels well known amongst collectors.
OFMER stands for OFficina MEccanica Rosetti and was located in the city of Bologna in Italy.
Rosetti was the founder of OFMER.
As Ben also said the company OFMER was taken over by the french company GLADIATOR.
Later on production moved to Korea.
This information is click the book "Mulinelli da Pesca Italiani" by G.
Jean-Paul from Belgium Forgot to mention that the Gladiator big game reels made in Italy exist with or without "Rosetti" engraved, different markings, lettering, etc.
I don't think anyone has made a study of the different versions yet, perhaps the ones still marked Rosetti are the early versions, who knows.
Jean-Paul Thanks for the info snoekjaeger.
More great information to add to my notes.
Now I've got to figure out when and where this was made and hopefully more specs on it.
Is the French company still around?
Also, where would I be able to find the book you mentioned?
I've seen that book at the Everol HQ, it looked pretty neat.
Il volume contiene piu' di 300 fotografie a colori di mulinelli da collezione e la storia delle aziende produttrici quali, Alcedo, Zangi, Ofner, Nettuno, Agal, Niagara, Coptes, ecc.
Ogni mulinello è corredato di informazioni tecniche e una tabella finale riporta le quotazioni e la rarita' dei singoli pezzi.
Thought you'd like the mulinelli misterioso.
By the way, Jean-Paul, about that Resnos Moulinet-a-Thon reel.
I was at the ABU museum and checked the one in Borgströms office.
It's mounted on a plaque, so I thought there might be a name or inscription or something.
Anyway, about the Gladiator.
The schematic given to me by Italcanna's tech guy is definitely the right one.
Perhaps they get so many enquiries that they decided to support the old reels or something.
This what they look like inside.
This is another Gladiator, which looks essentially like a SouthEast Asian copy of an Italian Alutecnos found one of the guys involved; he gladiator big game reels know.
What does the inscription say?
I think Italcanna somewhere along the line got the right to produce these or so.
Or has Italcanna evolved from Ofmer at some point?
The exact role of the French Gladiator company has never been very clear.
The two reels I have look almost EXACTLY like that first pic you have, Dr.
But, mine doesn't have any engraving on the bottom.
Man, this is https://agohome.ru/big/big-win-on-slot-machines-uk.html headache material.
I never would have been able to find any of this information on my own.
This is only the beginning.
Dig this: Email from Italcanna: "Ciao.
Did you make this reel?
Yes this reels was made by my father Carlo D'Olivo in society with Mr.
Until now I thought Italcanna was just a rod company with some imported reels.
So who the heck is Ofmer, and where did that information come from?
Next email, from my friend Mr Everol: "Hi Rob, the Gladiator was studied by Mr Rossetti that before Ofmer - Bologna worked in Everol.
Italcanna purchased the Gladiator mark time ago, when Ofmer stop business.
I didn't know anithings about France.
So after all these years, the truth is outed-- Old man Rosetti worked for Everol back in the day?
This is what Laurie B said last time.
I gotta ask his dad about this.
About who mine download big truck games free topic gladiator big game reels 'round here.
And why he didn't tell me that until now.
And I'm not so sure the history is in the right order, or that Alutecnos has anything to do with it, even if the reels are very similar.
Better drop them a line too.
Man, I got some serious pen-paling to do.
Last edited by on Wed Aug 08, 2007 3:45 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I'm more intrigued now, albeit WAY more confused.
Thanks again and thanks a MILLION!
Your help is priceless!
Okay, I think we've dug deeper and come further than anyone has done before, at least here.
With this last piece of the puzzle, i think the story pretty much ends here.
For this time, anyway.
Tattoo, good luck with your reel and do with it as you see fit.
Last email: "Hi Rob, Sergio Rico is the guy the studied the Gladiator sorry but my father correct me was Sergio Rico that worked in Everol.
At that time Mr.
D'Olivo was only the distributor of Gladiator.
The Gladiator changed several times manufactured and Rossetti was one of them, Bagma too.
The owners of Italcanna bought the mark Gladiator when Gladiator stop business.
And around 1970 correct.
I plan on selling them, as I'm not much of a fisherman or collector.
Any ideas on what the value of them would be?
I know it's pretty open, but I guess they're worth about whatever they go on eBay for?
Well, I couldn't find any more information on the reel, so I'm going with what you guys have found for me so far.
I hope I was accurate in my listing.
I went ahead and posted in on eBay.
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It's in Italian, but still.
It is mostly about the same folks we've discussed above, in various constellations.
So really this is just sort of a historical post-it note; maybe someday years from now someone will Google their way to this thread, and find enlightenment.
I love this stuff!
Might I suggest a Reel News article.
The info here, and I imagine that in the letter, would prove great material.
Yes, an article or book has been suggested a few times.
I think of it regularly.
Sometimes over the intervening years since this thread was written, various bits of information have come to light, which would add further detail.
And really, Italy isn't too far away from here; I was there last week.
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I'm new around here, and hoping to find some information.
Neither my wife nor I are much into fishing so busy but her ex who passed away left gladiator big game reels everything and there was quite a large collection of large saltwater fishing reels.
I listed them on eBay a couple times, but in light of some new information, I want to get the real scoop on these so I make sure everything is correct and don't rip anyone off or myself.
I'm including some pics.
I'd researched as best I could online I like out in the middle of the Pineywoods of east Texas, not many places to get info on saltwater fishing gear, especially older stuff.
After finding Italcanna's site, and the logo appearing almost the same, I assumed it was an Italcanna Gladiator.
After searching again and finding a thread on BloodyDecks, it would seem this might be made by a man named Rosetti?
Any help is GREATLY appreciated!
I'll keep checking in, in hopes of some new light being shone on this!
Those reels have been discussed here once before, a while back.
I'm not so sure about the Italcanna thing though.
I don't remember what Mr Everol said about it, it was almost a year ago I was there.
If I even asked.
I have schematics from Italcanna HQ; it almost looks like your reel might fit the description.
Not the new Gladiators though, they're a different thing altogether.
You know, let's find out for once and for all.
I'm going to email your pic there to Italcanna HQ and see what they say.
As it happens though, most of Italy is on vacation in the month of August.
Link to previous thread: And while we're at it, can anyone decipher the numbers on the sideplate?
Espacenet lists a patent for 244138, but it's for furniture.
Italcanna has a patent from 1991; don't know for what really.
Someone else mentioned in that thread that his reel said Rosetti on it, and as you can see this one doesn't.
Kind of what makes this all the more confusing.
The best I can tell, Gladiator is the maker?
Could it be the French company that bought out Rosetti think that was the info I read?
Appreciate any info and help you can offer!
I'd really like to find out if these are good reels or junk mainly, and any specs on them.
And of course, accurate information helps a ton when it comes to eBay.
It does say it's 130lb on the other side.
Just emailed Italcanna and the Everol guy old man is still around We'll see what they say.
If not I'll just SMS them tomorrow, but no guarantee they remember.
I'll keep checking in here to see if there's any updates.
Really appreciate your help!
It all has to do with the Italian company OFMER as Ben stated in the last post of the other topic.
OFMER spinning reels are well known amongst collectors.
OFMER stands for OFficina MEccanica Rosetti and was located in the city of Bologna in Italy.
Rosetti was the founder of OFMER.
As Ben also said the company OFMER was taken over by the french company GLADIATOR.
It was in this period they made the GLADIATOR biggame reels, still referring to Rosetti, perhaps because he designed them or because they were still being made in his factory.
Later on production moved to Korea.
This information is from the book "Mulinelli da Pesca Italiani" by G.
Jean-Paul from Belgium Forgot to mention that the Gladiator big game reels made in Italy exist with or without "Rosetti" engraved, different markings, lettering, etc.
I don't think anyone has made a study of the different versions yet, perhaps the ones still marked Rosetti are the early versions, who knows.
Jean-Paul Thanks for the info snoekjaeger.
More great information to add to my notes.
Now I've got to figure out when and where this was made and hopefully more specs on it.
Is the French company still around?
Also, where would I be able to find the book you mentioned?
I've seen that book at the Everol HQ, it looked pretty neat.
Il volume contiene piu' di 300 fotografie a colori di mulinelli da collezione e la storia delle aziende produttrici quali, Alcedo, Zangi, Ofner, Nettuno, Agal, Niagara, Article source, ecc.
Ogni mulinello è corredato di informazioni tecniche e una tabella finale riporta le quotazioni e la rarita' dei singoli pezzi.
Thought you'd like the mulinelli misterioso.
By the way, Jean-Paul, about that Resnos Moulinet-a-Thon reel.
I was at the ABU museum and checked the one in Borgströms office.
It's mounted on a plaque, so I and big brother game show advise there might be a name or inscription or something.
Anyway, about the Gladiator.
The schematic given to me by Italcanna's tech guy is definitely the right one.
Perhaps they get so many enquiries that they decided to support the old reels or something.
This what they look like inside.
This is another Gladiator, which looks essentially like a SouthEast Asian copy of an Italian Alutecnos found one of the guys involved; he didn't know.
What does the inscription say?
I think Italcanna somewhere along the line got the right to produce these or so.
Or has Italcanna evolved from Ofmer at some point?
The exact role of the French Gladiator company has never been very clear.
The two reels I have look almost EXACTLY like that first pic you have, Dr.
But, mine doesn't have any engraving on the bottom.
Man, this is almost headache material.
I never would have been able to find any of this information on my own.
This is only the beginning.
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Yes this reels was made by my father Carlo D'Olivo in society with Mr.
Until now I thought Italcanna was just a rod company with some imported reels.
So who the heck is Ofmer, and where did that information come from?
Next email, from my friend Mr Everol: "Hi Rob, the Gladiator was studied by Mr Rossetti that before Ofmer - Bologna worked in Everol.
Italcanna purchased the Gladiator mark time ago, when Ofmer stop business.
I didn't know anithings about France.
So after all these years, the truth is outed-- Old man Rosetti worked for Everol back in the day?
This is what Laurie B said last time.
I gotta ask his dad about this.
About who knows who 'round here.
And why he didn't tell me that until now.
And I'm not so sure the history is in the right order, or that Alutecnos has anything to do with it, even if the reels are very similar.
Better drop them a line too.
Man, I got some serious pen-paling to do.
Last edited by on Wed Aug 08, 2007 3:45 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I'm more intrigued now, albeit WAY more confused.
Thanks again and thanks a MILLION!
Your help is priceless!
Okay, I think we've dug deeper and come further than anyone has done before, at least here.
With this last piece of the puzzle, i think the story pretty much ends here.
For this time, anyway.
Tattoo, good luck with your reel and do with it as you see fit.
Last email: "Hi Rob, Sergio Rico is the games big cbeebies small the studied the Gladiator sorry but my father correct me was Sergio Rico that worked in Everol.
At that time Mr.
D'Olivo was only the distributor of Gladiator.
The Gladiator changed several times manufactured and Rossetti was one of them, Bagma too.
The owners of Italcanna bought the mark Gladiator when Gladiator stop business.
And around 1970 correct.
I plan on selling them, as I'm not much of a fisherman or collector.
Any ideas on what the value of them would be?
I know it's pretty open, but I guess they're worth about whatever they go on eBay for?
Well, I couldn't find any more information on the reel, so I'm going with what you guys have found for me so far.
I hope I was accurate in my listing.
I went ahead and posted in on eBay.
I figured I'd post here to let everyone know, just in case anyone is interested.
Thanks again for everyone's help!
It's in Italian, but still.
It is mostly about the same folks we've discussed above, gladiator big game reels various constellations.
So really this is just sort of a historical post-it note; maybe someday years from now someone will Google their way to this thread, and find enlightenment.
I love this stuff!
Might I suggest a Reel News article.
The info here, and I imagine that in the letter, would prove great material.
Yes, an article or book has been suggested a few times.
I think of it regularly.
Sometimes over the intervening years since this thread was written, various bits of information have come to light, which would add further detail.
And really, Italy isn't too far away from here; I was there last week.
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I'm new around here, and hoping to find some information.
Neither my wife nor I are much into fishing so gladiator big game reels but her ex who passed away left her everything and there was quite a large collection of large saltwater fishing reels.
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I'm including some pics.
I'd researched as best I could online I like out in the middle of the Pineywoods of east Texas, not many places to get info on saltwater fishing gear, especially older stuff.
After finding Italcanna's site, and the logo appearing almost the same, I assumed it was an Italcanna Gladiator.
After searching again and finding a thread on BloodyDecks, it would seem this might be made by a man named Rosetti?
Any help is GREATLY appreciated!
I'll keep checking in, in hopes of some new light being shone on this!
Those reels have been discussed here once before, a while back.
I'm not so sure about the Italcanna thing though.
I don't remember what Mr Everol said check this out it, it was almost a year ago I was there.
If I even asked.
I have schematics from Italcanna HQ; it almost looks like your reel might fit the description.
Not the new Gladiators though, they're a different thing altogether.
You know, let's find out for once and for all.
I'm going to email your pic there to Italcanna HQ and see what they say.
As it happens though, most of Italy is on vacation in the month of August.
Link to previous thread: And while we're at it, can anyone decipher the numbers on the sideplate?
Espacenet lists a patent for 244138, but it's for furniture.
Italcanna has a patent from 1991; don't know for what really.
Someone else mentioned in that thread that his reel said Rosetti on it, and as you can see this one doesn't.
Kind of what makes go here all the more confusing.
The best I can tell, Gladiator is the maker?
Could it be the French learn more here that bought out Rosetti think that was the info I read?
Appreciate any info and help you can offer!
I'd really like to find out if these are good reels or junk mainly, and any specs on them.
And of course, accurate information helps a ton when it comes to eBay.
It does say it's 130lb on the other side.
Just emailed Italcanna and the Everol guy old man is still around We'll see what they say.
If not I'll just SMS them tomorrow, but no guarantee they remember.
I'll keep checking in here to see if there's any updates.
Really appreciate your help!
It all has to do with the Italian company OFMER as Ben stated in the last post of the other topic.
OFMER spinning reels are well known amongst collectors.
OFMER stands for OFficina MEccanica Rosetti and was located in the city of Bologna in Italy.
Rosetti was the founder of OFMER.
As Ben also said the company OFMER was taken over by the french company GLADIATOR.
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Later on production moved to Korea.
This information is from the book "Mulinelli da Pesca Italiani" by G.
Jean-Paul from Belgium Forgot to mention that the Gladiator big game reels made in Italy exist with or without "Rosetti" engraved, different markings, lettering, etc.
I don't think anyone has made a study of the different versions yet, gladiator big game reels the ones still marked Rosetti are the early versions, who knows.
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Is the French company still around?
Also, where would I be able to find the book you mentioned?
I've seen that book at the Everol HQ, it looked pretty neat.
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By the way, Jean-Paul, about that Resnos Moulinet-a-Thon reel.
I was at the ABU museum and checked the one in Borgströms office.
It's mounted on a plaque, so I thought there might be a name or inscription or something.
Anyway, about the Gladiator.
The schematic given to me by Italcanna's tech guy is definitely the right one.
Perhaps they get so many enquiries that they decided to support the old reels or something.
This what they look like inside.
This is another Gladiator, which looks essentially like a SouthEast Asian copy of an Italian Alutecnos found one of the guys involved; he didn't know.
What does the inscription say?
I think Italcanna somewhere along the line got the right to produce these or so.
Or has Italcanna evolved from Ofmer at some point?
The exact role of the French Gladiator company has never been very clear.
The two reels I have look almost EXACTLY like that first pic you have, Dr.
But, mine doesn't have any engraving on the bottom.
Man, this is almost headache material.
I never would have been able to find any of this information on my own.
This is only the beginning.
Dig this: Email from Italcanna: "Ciao.
Did you make this reel?
Yes this reels was made by my father Carlo D'Olivo in society with Mr.
Until now I thought Italcanna was just a rod company with some imported reels.
So who the heck is Ofmer, and where did that information come from?
Next email, from my friend Mr Everol: "Hi Rob, the Gladiator was studied by Mr Rossetti that before Ofmer - Bologna worked in Everol.
Italcanna purchased the Gladiator mark time ago, when Ofmer stop business.
I didn't know anithings about France.
So after all these years, the truth is outed-- Old man Rosetti worked for Everol back in the day?
This is what Laurie B said last time.
I gotta ask his dad about this.
About who knows who 'round here.
And why he didn't tell me that until now.
And I'm not so sure the history is in the right order, or that Alutecnos has anything to do with it, even if the reels are very similar.
Better drop them a line too.
Man, I got some serious pen-paling to do.
Last edited by on Wed Aug 08, 2007 3:45 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I'm more intrigued now, albeit WAY more confused.
Thanks again and thanks a MILLION!
Your help is priceless!
Okay, I think we've dug deeper and come further than anyone has done before, at least here.
With this last piece of the puzzle, i think the story pretty much ends here.
For this time, anyway.
Tattoo, good luck with your reel and do with it as you see fit.
Last email: "Hi Rob, Sergio Rico is the guy the studied the Gladiator sorry but my father correct me was Sergio Rico that worked in Everol.
At that time Mr.
D'Olivo was only the distributor of Gladiator.
The Gladiator changed several times manufactured and Rossetti was one of them, Bagma too.
The owners of Italcanna bought the mark Gladiator when Gladiator stop business.
And around 1970 correct.
I plan on selling them, as I'm not much of a fisherman or collector.
Any ideas on what the value of them would be?
I know it's pretty open, but I guess they're worth about whatever they go on eBay for?
Well, I couldn't find any more information on the reel, so I'm going with what you guys have found for me so far.
I hope I was accurate in my listing.
I went ahead and posted in on eBay.
I figured I'd gladiator big game reels here to let everyone know, just in case anyone is interested.
Thanks again for everyone's help!
It's in Italian, but still.
It is mostly about the same folks we've discussed above, in various constellations.
So really this is just sort of a historical post-it note; maybe someday years from now someone will Google their way to this thread, and find enlightenment.
I love this stuff!
Might I suggest a Reel News article.
The info here, and I imagine that in the letter, would prove great material.
Yes, an article or book has been suggested a few times.
I think of it regularly.
Sometimes over the intervening years since this thread was written, various bits of information have come to light, which would add further detail.
And really, Italy isn't too far away from here; I was there last week.
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I'm new around here, and hoping to find some information.
Neither my wife nor I are much into fishing so busy but her ex who passed away left her everything and there was quite a large collection of large saltwater fishing reels.
I listed them on eBay a couple times, but in light of some new information, I want to get the real scoop gladiator big game reels these so I make sure everything is correct and don't rip anyone off or myself.
I'm including some pics.
I'd researched as best I could online I like out in the middle of the Pineywoods of east Texas, not many places to get info on saltwater fishing gear, especially older stuff.
After finding Italcanna's site, and the logo appearing almost the same, I assumed it was an Italcanna Gladiator.
After searching again and finding a thread on BloodyDecks, it would seem this might be made by a man named Rosetti?
Any help is GREATLY appreciated!
I'll keep checking in, in hopes of some new light being shone on this!
Those reels have been discussed here once before, a while back.
I'm not so sure about the Italcanna thing though.
I don't remember what Mr Everol said about it, it was almost a year ago I was there.
If I even asked.
I have schematics from Italcanna HQ; it almost looks like your reel might fit the description.
Not the new Gladiators though, they're a different thing altogether.
You know, let's find out for once and for all.
I'm going to email your pic there to Italcanna HQ and see what they say.
As it happens though, most of Italy is really. the big bang theory trivia game instructions are vacation in the month of August.
Link to previous thread: And while we're at it, can anyone decipher the numbers on the sideplate?
Espacenet lists a patent for 244138, but it's for furniture.
Italcanna has a patent from 1991; don't know for what really.
Someone else mentioned in that thread that his reel said Rosetti on it, and as you can see this one doesn't.
Kind of what makes this all the more confusing.
The best I can tell, Gladiator is the maker?
Could it be the French company that bought out Rosetti think that was the info I read?
Appreciate any info and help you can offer!
I'd really gladiator big game reels to find out if these are good reels or junk mainly, and any specs on them.
And of course, accurate information helps a ton when it comes to eBay.
It does say it's 130lb on the other side.
Just emailed Italcanna and the Everol guy old man is still around We'll see what they say.
If not I'll just SMS them tomorrow, but no guarantee they remember.
I'll keep checking in here to see if there's any updates.
Really appreciate your help!
It all has to do with the Italian company OFMER as Ben stated in the last post of the other topic.
OFMER spinning reels are well known amongst collectors.
OFMER stands for OFficina MEccanica Rosetti and was located in the city of Bologna in Italy.
Rosetti was the founder of OFMER.
As Ben also said the company OFMER was taken over by the french company GLADIATOR.
It was in gladiator big game reels period they made the GLADIATOR biggame reels, still referring to Rosetti, perhaps because he designed them or because they were still being made in his factory.
Later on production moved to Korea.
This information is from the book "Mulinelli da Pesca Italiani" by G.
Jean-Paul from Belgium Forgot to mention that the Gladiator big game reels made in Italy exist with or without "Rosetti" engraved, different markings, lettering, etc.
I don't think anyone has made a study of the different versions yet, perhaps the ones still marked Rosetti are the early versions, who knows.
Jean-Paul Thanks for the info snoekjaeger.
More great information to add to my notes.
Now I've got to figure out when and where this was made and hopefully more specs on it.
Is the French company still around?
Also, where would I be able to find the book click here mentioned?
I've seen that book at the Everol HQ, it looked pretty neat.
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Ogni mulinello è corredato di informazioni tecniche e una tabella finale riporta le quotazioni e la rarita' dei singoli pezzi.
Thought you'd like the mulinelli misterioso.
By the way, Jean-Paul, about that Resnos Moulinet-a-Thon reel.
I was at the ABU museum and checked the one in Borgströms office.
It's mounted on a plaque, so I thought there might be a name or inscription or something.
Anyway, about the Gladiator.
The schematic given gladiator big game reels me by Italcanna's gladiator big game reels guy is definitely the right one.
Perhaps they get so many enquiries that they decided to support the old reels or something.
This what they look like inside.
This is another Gladiator, which looks essentially like a SouthEast Asian copy of an Italian Alutecnos found one of the guys involved; he didn't know.
What does the inscription say?
I think Italcanna somewhere along the line got the right to produce these or so.
Or has Italcanna evolved from Ofmer at some point?
The exact role of the French Gladiator company has never been very clear.
The two reels I have look almost EXACTLY like that first pic you have, Dr.
But, mine doesn't have any engraving on the bottom.
Man, this is almost headache material.
I never would have been able to find any of this information on my own.
Dig this: Email from Italcanna: "Ciao.
Did you make this reel?
Yes this reels was made by my father Carlo D'Olivo in society with Mr.
Until now I thought Italcanna was just a rod company with some imported reels.
So who the heck is Ofmer, and where did that information come from?
Next email, from my friend Mr Everol: "Hi Rob, the Gladiator was studied by Mr Rossetti that before Ofmer - Bologna worked in Everol.
Italcanna purchased the Gladiator mark time ago, when Ofmer stop business.
I didn't know anithings about France.
So after all these years, the truth is outed-- Old man Rosetti worked for Everol back in the day?
This is what Laurie B said last time.
I gotta ask his dad about this.
About who knows who 'round here.
And why he didn't tell me that until now.
And I'm not so sure the history is in the right order, or that Alutecnos has anything to do with it, even if the reels are very similar.
Better drop them a line too.
Man, I got some serious pen-paling to do.
Last edited by on Wed Aug 08, 2007 3:45 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I'm more intrigued now, albeit WAY more confused.
Thanks again and thanks a MILLION!
Your help is priceless!
Okay, I think we've dug deeper and come further than anyone has done before, at least here.
With this last piece of the puzzle, i think the story pretty much ends here.
For this time, anyway.
Tattoo, good luck with your reel and do with it as you see fit.
Last email: "Hi Rob, Sergio Rico is the guy the studied the Gladiator sorry but my father correct me was Sergio Rico that worked in Everol.
At that time Mr.
D'Olivo was only the distributor of Gladiator.
The Gladiator changed several times manufactured read article Rossetti was one of them, Bagma too.
The owners of Italcanna bought the mark Gladiator when Gladiator stop business.
And around 1970 correct.
I plan on selling them, as I'm not much of a fisherman or collector.
Any ideas on what the value of them would be?
I know it's pretty open, but I guess they're worth about whatever they go on eBay for?
Well, I couldn't find any more information on the gladiator big game reels, so I'm going with what you guys have found for me so far.
I hope I was accurate in my listing.
I went ahead and posted in on eBay.
I figured I'd post here to let everyone know, just in case anyone is interested.
Thanks again for everyone's help!
It's in Italian, but still.
It is mostly about the same folks we've discussed above, in various constellations.
So really this is just sort of a historical post-it note; maybe someday years from now someone will Google their way to this thread, and find enlightenment.
I love this stuff!
Might I suggest a Reel News article.
The info here, and I imagine that in the letter, would prove great material.
Yes, an article or book has been suggested a few times.
I think of it regularly.
Sometimes over the intervening years since this thread was written, various bits of information have come to light, which would add further detail.
And really, Italy isn't too far away from here; I was there last week.
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