in the Basque town of Eibar, the company was first called Imperial Española. Its
typewriters were originally called Patria, just like the Swiss Patria
they were building under license.
Around 1962 the typewriter was renamed Amaya, and in 1965 the company was renamed Industrial Mecanográfica, S.A., or IMESA.
Distributed by: Guillermo Truninger S.A., Madrid, Spain
Also known as • Amaya • Florida • Koniger • Pulsatta • Sedic
Serial Number Table Last Edited: 11/30/14 09:25
NOTE: dates shown are JAN 1 unless noted, so the serial number shown is the *first* serial number produced the given year. Exceptions are serial numbers preceded by "up to"(where you can assume that the numbers reported in that subsection are DECEMBER 31, END OF YEAR NUMBERS) or rows where a month is given in the month column. If the serial number is shown as a range (xxxx-xxxx) it indicates that we know the entire range of serial numbers for the given year.
|Carefully ! There are at least 3 different machines, called Patria: The Swiss Patria, the Spanish Patria and some models from the Italian Oliver Portables from 1930/31|
|Models and s/n||Y||M||D||Remarks||Ref.|
|up to 6000||1949||13|
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