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The Typewriter Database 1953 Remington Junior-Riter Serial # GR 103752H From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Guillermo Fernandez Boan: 1953 Remington Junior-Riter Serial # GR 103752H It is obviously a Torpedo, under the Remington Brand. Even the keyboard is a german one, as you can easily see.
Excellent condition, and delicious to type with.
I have a little rule of thumb about portable typewriters I've found here and there: Does the typewriter have its box in "normal" condition? (usually all kind of portable typewriters leave the factory with a box or carrying bag). If the answer is YES, then you can expect a typewriter that was well maintainded by its previous owners. If the box or carrying bag is not present (and should be)... beware.
And if the box is present AND the box key is also present (and smoothly operates the box lock), then you have find a good typewriter: Go for it!
This was the case with this little and sturdy 63 years old portable.

From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Guillermo Fernandez Boan:
1953 Remington Junior-Riter

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1953 Remington Junior-Riter
Serial #
GR 103752H

Status: My Collection
Created: 07-23-2016 at 10:14AM
Last Edit: 07-23-2016 at 10:27AM

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Description:

It is obviously a Torpedo, under the Remington Brand. Even the keyboard is a german one, as you can easily see.
Excellent condition, and delicious to type with.
I have a little rule of thumb about portable typewriters I've found here and there: Does the typewriter have its box in "normal" condition? (usually all kind of portable typewriters leave the factory with a box or carrying bag). If the answer is YES, then you can expect a typewriter that was well maintainded by its previous owners. If the box or carrying bag is not present (and should be)... beware.
And if the box is present AND the box key is also present (and smoothly operates the box lock), then you have find a good typewriter: Go for it!
This was the case with this little and sturdy 63 years old portable.


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Guillermo Fernandez Boan
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Argentinian lawyer resident in Buenos Aires city.
For half a century, enthusiast typist. Now enthusiast typewriter hunter.


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