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The Typewriter Database 191x Remington 11 Serial # not found From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Kristians Luhaers: 191x Remington 11 Serial # not found Spotted at the museum in Edole medieval castle (Schloß Edwahlen) which was built in XIV century. As I was told this German keyboard Remington Mod. 11 was brought from Germany during WWI by someone from entourage of Prince Joachim of Prussia - the youngest son of German Emperor Wilhelm II, who stayed there during WWI. Well, it might be a little hard to believe, that they used American typewriters at that time instead of German ones. But, who knows...
It is in working condition, but I wasn't allowed to test it.
An excellent historical testimony, I presume... if it is genuine.

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191x Remington 11

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191x Remington 11
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Status: Sightings
Created: 05-10-2016 at 02:58PM
Last Edit: 10-23-2016 at 05:01PM

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Spotted at the museum in Edole medieval castle (Schloß Edwahlen) which was built in XIV century. As I was told this German keyboard Remington Mod. 11 was brought from Germany during WWI by someone from entourage of Prince Joachim of Prussia - the youngest son of German Emperor Wilhelm II, who stayed there during WWI. Well, it might be a little hard to believe, that they used American typewriters at that time instead of German ones. But, who knows...
It is in working condition, but I wasn't allowed to test it.
An excellent historical testimony, I presume... if it is genuine.


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