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The Typewriter Database 1972 Smith Corona Sterling Serial # 6MSE 132496 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Gerald Ambrose: 1972 Smith Corona Sterling Serial # 6MSE 132496 This is the first typewriter that I ever collected. I got it as a birthday gift several years ago.

I have only seen one other Smith-Corona Sterling from this era in a collection online.



Update 11/24/2016: Since posting this gallery I have seen more of these late 1960s Smith-Corona Sterlings.


Update - 8/7/2017 - Left the collection. Sold with four others to a teacher who intends to show them to his students and have them use them with supervision.

I said good-bye to another old friend. While there was some sentiment, I hardly ever used it, so I am glad to see it moved on to someone who will give it use.

From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Gerald Ambrose:
1972 Smith Corona Sterling

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1972 Smith Corona Sterling
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6MSE 132496

Status: Sightings
Created: 04-11-2016 at 11:52AM
Last Edit: 09-23-2017 at 09:24PM

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This is the first typewriter that I ever collected. I got it as a birthday gift several years ago.

I have only seen one other Smith-Corona Sterling from this era in a collection online.



Update 11/24/2016: Since posting this gallery I have seen more of these late 1960s Smith-Corona Sterlings.


Update - 8/7/2017 - Left the collection. Sold with four others to a teacher who intends to show them to his students and have them use them with supervision.

I said good-bye to another old friend. While there was some sentiment, I hardly ever used it, so I am glad to see it moved on to someone who will give it use.


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Gerald Ambrose
Username: Oliver9

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