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The Typewriter Database 1958 Neckermann (Groma) Brilliant Super Serial # 1019054 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Piotr Trumpiel: 1958 Neckermann (Groma) Brilliant Super Serial # 1019054 Who wouldn't want to have a superbrilliant typewriter?

This is one hefty machine, solid, stable - more suitable for your office. If you attempt travelling with it though - you'll soon be able to pick up mushrooms without bending down.

Very nice and smooth to type on.

Those eagle-eyed will notice the missing tension adjustment selector in the hole on the left side of the keyboard - indeed it had arrived in three pieces. I tried to glue them back together - we'll see if that will work.
Though in the meantime I will do some drawings and try if I could fashion a replacement out of wood (RobB will most likely help choosing the right one) or out of solid metal - adding 10kg (more or less) won't make a difference with this machine.

(Groma Combina)

From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Piotr Trumpiel:
1958 Neckermann (Groma) Brilliant Super

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1958 Neckermann (Groma) Brilliant Super
Serial #
1019054

Status: My Collection
Created: 11-11-2014 at 11:05AM
Last Edit: 09-05-2016 at 10:09AM

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Description:

Who wouldn't want to have a superbrilliant typewriter?

This is one hefty machine, solid, stable - more suitable for your office. If you attempt travelling with it though - you'll soon be able to pick up mushrooms without bending down.

Very nice and smooth to type on.

Those eagle-eyed will notice the missing tension adjustment selector in the hole on the left side of the keyboard - indeed it had arrived in three pieces. I tried to glue them back together - we'll see if that will work.
Though in the meantime I will do some drawings and try if I could fashion a replacement out of wood (RobB will most likely help choosing the right one) or out of solid metal - adding 10kg (more or less) won't make a difference with this machine.

(Groma Combina)


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