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29-6-2015 08:06:51  #21

Re: The American Gallery

Its survived a looooooooooooooonnnnngggggg journey.....

First one on the database with pictures :D

Back from a long break.

Starting fresh with my favorite typer. A Royal Futura!

24-8-2015 10:40:54  #22

Re: The American Gallery

1964 Royal Empress

"To save time is to lengthen life."
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24-8-2015 10:43:08  #23

Re: The American Gallery

1959 Royal Futura 800

"To save time is to lengthen life."
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24-8-2015 20:15:47  #24

Re: The American Gallery

Great shots of these machines!  Nice just to browse through them now and then.


24-8-2015 21:26:45  #25

Re: The American Gallery

Yes indeed.  Wonderful lighting and composition, like Uwe's earlier pictures in this thread.

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22-9-2015 11:35:11  #26

Re: The American Gallery

I just rescued this little baby from a local shop - the mid-century Underwoods are so thin on the ground here! Big surprise to find it. & I love it. So cheerful-looking. 1958.


22-9-2015 11:38:41  #27

Re: The American Gallery

And while I'm adding things to the American gallery... here is my 1956 Smith-Corona Silent-Super, with the Congressional typeface. I had some teething problems with this (literally, it was the escapement) but it works fine now! 


22-9-2015 11:43:03  #28

Re: The American Gallery

The 1959 Remington Quiet Riter... the first typewriter I ever bought, I think. But which one...? 

The one on the left is the original one. And the one on the right is the one I've just replaced it with, because we've just given the original to my partner's kid, who started writing because of it. Amazingly, one day I went into the only local shop that sells typewriters and saw the identical twin of mine! It's very special to him and to both of us. Thought we'd commemmorate with a photo of both the twins.


22-9-2015 11:47:37  #29

Re: The American Gallery

The Remington Envoy. 1940.http://baroqueinhackney.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/2015-05-28-12.13.49.jpg


28-11-2015 23:59:17  #30

Re: The American Gallery

1916 Royal 10. It took me a long time to find an early machine with the elegant, but short-lived, pin striping in this condition. The articulated, mechanical paper guide and the paper table are a nice touch.




"We didn't exactly believe your story Miss O'Shaugnessy. We believed your two hundred dollars."

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