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The Typewriter Database 1935 Remington Noiseless 10 Serial # X338779 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Gerald Ambrose: 1935 Remington Noiseless 10 Serial # X338779 A much anticipated Goodwill purchase... that arrived broken.... Whether or not it was already broken before it was shipped is beyond me.

It is one of the Earlier model 10 Noiseless machines, with the metal-ringed, celluloide keys, like on the model 6. But this one is little more special as it has a ten-decimal tabulator.

Right now, the carriage is loose as the roller that holds it in place was out of place itself and when I tried to put it right the screw would not thread. Now a shim is missing compounding the issue.

I am really unsure of what to do with it... it is so cool on one hand, but at the same time, if I can not use a machine I won't keep it.

Is it worth keeping because of its uniqueness alone?


Update: I fixed the issue with the roller, but unfortunately I cannot get it to work with a piece of paper in it. It is strange because if I take the platen out and push down on the tray under it the carriage works.

Does anyone know how to take the scale off the front of the carriage, by the type alignment guide.

From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Gerald Ambrose:
1935 Remington Noiseless 10

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1935 Remington Noiseless 10
Serial #
X338779

Status: My Collection
Created: 09-23-2017 at 11:22AM
Last Edit: 09-26-2017 at 06:29PM

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A much anticipated Goodwill purchase... that arrived broken.... Whether or not it was already broken before it was shipped is beyond me.

It is one of the Earlier model 10 Noiseless machines, with the metal-ringed, celluloide keys, like on the model 6. But this one is little more special as it has a ten-decimal tabulator.

Right now, the carriage is loose as the roller that holds it in place was out of place itself and when I tried to put it right the screw would not thread. Now a shim is missing compounding the issue.

I am really unsure of what to do with it... it is so cool on one hand, but at the same time, if I can not use a machine I won't keep it.

Is it worth keeping because of its uniqueness alone?


Update: I fixed the issue with the roller, but unfortunately I cannot get it to work with a piece of paper in it. It is strange because if I take the platen out and push down on the tray under it the carriage works.

Does anyone know how to take the scale off the front of the carriage, by the type alignment guide.


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Gerald Ambrose
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I started collecting typewriters several years ago and it started with a late 1960s Smith-Corona Sterling portable that I got as a gift.


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