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1932 Woodstock 5

Serial #N317107

This machine has side plates. The database says that this did not happen until 324000. Later rebuild?

Another sighting from the antique store that I frequent.

I believe the serial number makes it a 1932 Model 5? Not 100% sure.

This was the first time I had ever seen a Woodstock 'in the wild.'

It somewhat worked. You had to hit the spacebar a certain way and sometimes helping the carriage along wouldn't hurt. Probably needed some cleaning. Also, shift was sticky to return.

Unfortunately, it was a whopping $135! This is the same seller as the 1938 Remington Portable I have posted here. Perhaps I could put a deal together for the pair of them at some point?

Sighted By: Gerald Ambrose

Username: Oliver9
Status: Typewriter Hunter
Points: 520
Galleries: 53
Collection: 27
Sightings: 26

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

1932 Woodstock 5 Photo Gallery

This machine has side plates. The database says that this did not happen until 324000. Later rebuild?

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