|It looks like somethings missing from this machine but it's intact.|
|I like old dealer stickers on machines. Lets you know where your machines been.|
|This Underwood No.4 has special keys added for an accountant.|
|This Underwood Deluxe has a great 50's look to it.|
Very nice typewriters. The finger key top is great. I like the Hermes ad also. Reminds me of my latest Hermes repair.ReplyDelete
Man, how I would love to find a typewriter with a pointing finger key! How neat is that? I would love to see how this looks typed on a piece of paper.ReplyDelete
Great job on the Remingtons -- they look factory fresh!ReplyDelete
I have never even heard of a typewriter that types a pointing hand. That is wonderful.
Good ads, too. I don't find "They go thunk instead of clack" to be a great selling point for the Hermes 3000, but to each his own!
Thanks for another very entertaining update.
Bill- That can't be good if that Hermes ad reminds you of your repair. When I first learned repairs I would take machines apart and lay out the pieces in order just like that Hermes ad. I still do it when I'm working with something new.ReplyDelete
Ken- I'll go through my scrap paper at the shop and try to find the test sheet from that No.4 and find a sample of the pointing finger. If I find it, I'll post it next week. It was cool. Thanks.
Richard- Thanks for your generous comments. Whoever wrote the script for that Hermes ad wasn't a typewriter guy but a Madison Ave guy.
I have that Hermes ad up on my wall in my typewriter room!ReplyDelete
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