About this blog

This blog is about the daily activities in a busy typewriter shop. I want to share with you the many interesting people who come in here, the beautiful machines I get and most of all the great typewriter stories that people share with me!

Monday, April 11, 2016

More Cool Customer Repairs.

I've enjoyed typing on this 1932 Royal Signet.

This 1917 Royal 10 cleaned up better than I hoped.

This is the first Mercedes Prima I've repaired.

This Remington 12 Paragon is in awesome condition.

A Corona No. 3 with all the fixings.

Guest at the Press Hotel will love this machine.

Guest will be all over this one too.

This one is for the office to use.
30 seconds after putting this machine down, guest started typing on it.
These machines are scattered across the lobby in the Press Hotel.

More neat dealer stickers.

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  1. Lots of gorgeous machines!

    I love the trend of hotel typewriters.

    That Paragon should indeed date from 1925. Remington records say, "Oct. 1922 First #12 'L' Model - Discontinued Sep. 1927." As with most Remingtons of this period, the first digit in the serial number is the last digit in the year, so 5 means 1925.

  2. Fantastic looking typewriters!
    Great that the Press Hotel is promoting typewriters by letting their guests use them.
    Hope all goes well for the Type-In.

  3. Having a typewriter in the lobby of a hotel, along with stationery and envelopes is SO cool!

  4. Belfast is a lot closer to my house than Arlington . . . .

    1. Hi Janet. Hope you can make it. Your friend at work just emailed me about going.