Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Another trip to the (updated) Typewriter Room
Right side of room from the door.
Left side of room from the door.
Straight ahead from the door.
Top left to bottom right: Olympia SM3, Olympia SM7, Smith Premier 1, Demountable 2, Blickensderfer 7, SS Continental Silenta, Corona 4, Underwood 3-bank.
Top left to bottom right: Olympia SM9, Olivetti Studio 44, LC Smith 3, Hammond 2, Oliver 5, Oliver 9, Hermes Ambassador, Hermes 3000.
Top to bottom: Sears Chieftain II (Skyriter), Remington Portable 1, Underwood 314, Facit 1620, Facit TP1, Royal Swinger.
Top to bottom: Erika 5, Torpedo 20, Imperial Good Companion 1, Royal Arrow, Remington Portable 5, Remington Rand Noiseless 7.
Top left to bottom right: Victor 3, Underwood 150, Remington 10, Remington Rand 17.
Top to bottom right: Blickensderfer 5, Remington Portable 2 (Checkwriter), Corona 3, Perkins Brailler, Underwood Champion portable. (Off to the left, you can see a few toy machines.)
Top left to bottom: Simpson's labeled Antares Parva, two Hermes Rockets of different eras (both in the midst of major repairs), Corona Standard. Up the the top right you can see my pink Smith Corona Super Silent. It is in need of a good bit of cleaning, but is fully functional.
Royal QDL, Grant's 737 DeLuxe (and Domo...)
Left to right: Corona Comet DeLuxe, Olivetti Lettera 31, Underwood 18, Remington Quiet-Riter.
Underwood Leader with built-in desk, Smith Corona Classic 12.
Oliver 2 and its unlikely companion, a Smith Corona Cougar 2.
The machine that started it all, an Underwood Rhythm Touch.
Edit:It is a Royal 5, not a 10. Also, sorry for the picture quality. It is hard to get good pictures in that room with the insufficient photo light and three windows.