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    Dear Peter, I'm just translating your "Typewriters at exhibition"-article. I have some difficulties with the following sentence: /The 16-square-foot,

    typer47 18 hours ago
  • Re: How do people customize their typewriters?

    I've threatened to attach several proficiency pins (50,60,70 wpm) to the side or top of a portable, but all of those pins use a pin and clasp rather than a

    ln_photo 2 days ago
  • Re: How do people customize their typewriters?

    ... No, there's nothing to solder. It's all about screwing. There are usually some pretty tiny screws in the type segment that hold a rounded bar that's inside

    2 days ago
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For PORTABLE typewriters And Standard DESKTOP models, TYPEWRITERS is an open e-mail list, intended as free-and-easy forum for posting messages of interest to collectors of typewriters, calculators, ribbon tins and other office-related items, including typewriter history, restoration techniques, get-togethers and other topics.

This list is TOTALLY AUTOMATED, so that anything you send will be posted immediately to almost 2000 members! Anything that you feel is of interest to your fellow collectors may be posted here. It may be off-topic if you feel your collecting friends would be interested... it may even be personal news that you'd like to share with everyone. No personal attacks, however. Enjoy the open forum, and feel free to participate... or not!
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