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The Typewriter Database 1967 Consul 221 Serial # 7 221 063431 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Sergei Viktorovich: 1967 Consul 221 Serial # 7 221 063431 I found this typewriter next to the dump in the rain. It was wet, rusty and in places the paint has fallen off from it. I brought it home, removed the body and rubber parts and soak the mechanism in citric acid. A day later I washed everything in soapy water, rinsed, dried and oiled. Then led the body in order.
Now this Consul looks and works like new) Inside the typewriter are some traces of rust, but they do not affect performance.
Now this is one of my favorite typewriters - It is very pleasant to work with.

From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Sergei Viktorovich:
1967 Consul 221

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1967 Consul 221
Serial #
7 221 063431

Status: My Collection
Created: 10-31-2015 at 11:19AM
Last Edit: 04-19-2017 at 02:17PM

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I found this typewriter next to the dump in the rain. It was wet, rusty and in places the paint has fallen off from it. I brought it home, removed the body and rubber parts and soak the mechanism in citric acid. A day later I washed everything in soapy water, rinsed, dried and oiled. Then led the body in order.
Now this Consul looks and works like new) Inside the typewriter are some traces of rust, but they do not affect performance.
Now this is one of my favorite typewriters - It is very pleasant to work with.


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Sergei Viktorovich
Username: Sergei110

Hi!
I'm Sergei, I was made in Russia)))))))
I wouldn't call myself a hunter - I just love typewriters, use them and collect some of them.
Many of it comes and goes out, solds to someone else, and others who "gets" me, remains)
I can't tell where I've developed a passion for typewriters. It seems that I was born with it. At least for as long as I can remember, I have always loved it. The first machine I bought in 2008. It was our, Soviet "Lyubava", a copy of "Erika". Before it, I've seen typeriters only on pictures)


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