Purchased at a garage sale in Cedar Rapids, IA on 4/15/2011 for $25.
The crayon on the top has given me nothing but grief and I have tried EVERYTHING to get it off. Nothing works. Hairdryer and/or iron with paper towel. Magic eraser. Dish soap. Kerosene. Toothbrush. I may just have to repaint the top.
Otherwise, it's a fine machine.
Status: Typewriter Hunter
I've been collecting typewriters since 2010 and currently have 100+ machines in my possession. While I have my personal collection, I also clean up typewriters for sale and would like to learn to repair and restore them, too.
Them tombstone keys.
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