A Brief History of the Marque
Italemmezeta was the predecessor of Italjet, a firm established around 1958 by Leopoldo Tartarini, son of Italian racer Egisto Tartarini. The first motorcycles built by the firm employed 125cc MZ two-stroke engines from East-Germany. These appeared in 1961, two years after the company was formed. A moped was released in 1962, followed by a sports moped in 1964, the Mustang. In these early years the marque name was changed to Italjet.
Luckily, the engine is in perfect condition, and the bike starts with little effort. The chassis is intact, with the exception of a missing throttle assemby, and the chrome bits are rusted beyond repair. It even has the original toolkit inside the toolbox.
All of the emblems have been removed, but from the sun fade in the paint on the tank, you can see that the emblem there read "Baby Italemmezeta". The emblem on the front fender is still partially there, and we are 95% certain that this read "Italjet", however there seems to be an extra letter after the "Ital" part. It is only half there, but looks to be an "o" or maybe another vowel.
This logo is the closest we can find to what this sticker is supposed to be.
What is an Italemmezeta?
Searching the Web, I have only found a handful of sites that even mention the word "Italemmezeta" and only a fraction of these have content or photos. Most of those sites are also requesting more information. I will add to as information comes in, complete with bibliography.
If you have any further information on this moped, Italemmezeta, or the history of Italjet, please mail me.