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The Typewriter Database 1974 Scheidegger (Adler) Typomatic TMS Serial # 4973520 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Carl H: 1974 Scheidegger (Adler) Typomatic TMS Serial # 4973520 I bought these little colorful plastic caps without a machine. Now I have found a set of these.

If Adler had used a better plastic it could has been a really good typewriter. Types well but the plastic shell and the keys have a bit "sunburn" (they turned a bit yellow)

I realized to late that is has a key for 1, so I write the headline for the typeface specimen with an i.

Pica typeface
german keyboard

The machine dates from 1974. It is impressed in the plastic case

From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Carl H:
1974 Scheidegger (Adler) Typomatic TMS

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1974 Scheidegger (Adler) Typomatic TMS
Serial #
4973520

Status: My Collection
Created: 05-02-2017 at 07:05AM
Last Edit: 05-13-2017 at 01:26PM

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I bought these little colorful plastic caps without a machine. Now I have found a set of these.

If Adler had used a better plastic it could has been a really good typewriter. Types well but the plastic shell and the keys have a bit "sunburn" (they turned a bit yellow)

I realized to late that is has a key for 1, so I write the headline for the typeface specimen with an i.

Pica typeface
german keyboard

The machine dates from 1974. It is impressed in the plastic case


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Carl H
Username: Olivetti48

Typewriter collector from Germany. I collect all brands, but like Olivetti the most. I'm not that type of collector that buys the most expensive, old or rare pieces. I love and collect typewriters because it was an everyday product millions of people used. Much of them are well-made and were so expensive for there pre-owner – now, people want not to throw them away, but they don't want them anymore – and so, there are ridiculous cheap. When I see a typewriter, standing around and being so cheap, I cannot abandon it. (I hope my english is at least understandable, feel free to correct me).


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