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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!

Friday, January 5, 2018

SAVE THE DATE












This 1929 Remington No.3 went to a very happy lady!


Unbelievably, I had two of these for sale last month.


I had four of these Clippers to sell, all in great condition.


This L.C. Smith No. 2 sold instantly.

Also sold four of these Super Sterlings in blue and green.


Five of these Corsairs in different colors sold.


Also several Royal P's in different colors


A few QDL's in 30's and 40's styles went.


Two Royal 10's in great shape snapped up.


A whole bunch of SCM's of all models


A few Underwood portables sold for presents.


Several Royal Safari's of different colors sold as well.


This minty green Remington going to a young writer.


This was a customer repair but I had to show you it.


This 1961 Optima Super is just fabulous!!!


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12 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the movie credit! I've got to watch it. Congratulations also on such a successful Christmas season. Those were some beautiful typewriters. Mrs. would have scooped up the Remington (her favorite color) at first glance and I've been wanting a Clipper. Now that we are in the North again I thought we may make the festival, but not so. Daughter's wedding is the same week.

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    1. Hi Bill, congrats on your daughter's wedding coming up. Sorry we can't meet then. Perhaps some other time. Happy New Year!

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  2. Happy New Year! I have a machine to bring in for cleaning but I didn't dare until after Christmas! Oh, and thanks for the Save the Date -- sounds like fun!

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    1. Thanks Janet, Looking forward to seeing you soon!!

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  3. Congrats on the excellent Christmas and film activity! (:
    Best of fun with the QWERTY Fest!

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  4. Your blog posts always bring delight. Congratulations on your contributions to Wormwood!

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  5. No shift keys on that Quiet De Luxe! Is it the one Peter found?

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    1. Good eye. But no, it's a customer repair. It is a caps only type QDL.

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