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  • Seeking Royal Standard 1 or 5 Parts!

    Hi again everyone, I am picking up a Royal Standard 1 (Yes, the first model STANDARD, not the portable) over the weekend, and from the photos, it is missing

    johnnyannaian 2 days ago
  • Seeking Corona Four Parts!

    Good Luck on finding a left ribbon spool cover, it's probably the most sought after part on any Corona Four.  I have been known to purchase a Corona Four 

    nailgnr@sbcglobal.net 2 days ago
  • Re: Olympia portable

    Hi, I'm interested, but can't see the picture (it was stripped) Could you send it directly to my email? bkc1970@... Brian

    briankcavin 3 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.

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