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1397 Melotyp Melotyp Serial # 37013 1397 Melotyp Melotyp typewriter, Serial # 37013 Maxim Suravegin's 1397 Melotyp Melotyp typewriter. 2021-05-18 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Maxim Suravegin: 1397 Melotyp Melotyp Serial # 37013 The Melotyp, however, was the predecessor of the Nototyp which also designed by Gustave Rundstatler. The name Carl Winterling worked for the German typewriter manufacturer, Triumph Adler, and it is possible that Rundstatler sold his design in order for the Melotyp to be built by Otto Rechnitz and Alfred Bernstein in Berlin.
In 1937, the Melotyp won the grand prize in the International Exhibition in Paris. It has been speculated that only ten of these machines were made and five were exported to the United States in 1938. Four of these machines are now in museums or other musical institutions, and only one is in private hands. Nothing more is known of the other five machines. In 1939, Germany invaded Poland which was the beginning of World War II. As a result, production of many products stopped including the Melotyp, and there is no evidence that any more were made before the war. Production never resumed after the war.

1397 Melotyp Melotyp #37013

Status: My Collection
Hunter: Maxim Suravegin (Gardenmax)
Created: 05-01-2021 at 06:50AM
Last Edit: 05-18-2021 at 03:48AM


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The Melotyp, however, was the predecessor of the Nototyp which also designed by Gustave Rundstatler. The name Carl Winterling worked for the German typewriter manufacturer, Triumph Adler, and it is possible that Rundstatler sold his design in order for the Melotyp to be built by Otto Rechnitz and Alfred Bernstein in Berlin.
In 1937, the Melotyp won the grand prize in the International Exhibition in Paris. It has been speculated that only ten of these machines were made and five were exported to the United States in 1938. Four of these machines are now in museums or other musical institutions, and only one is in private hands. Nothing more is known of the other five machines. In 1939, Germany invaded Poland which was the beginning of World War II. As a result, production of many products stopped including the Melotyp, and there is no evidence that any more were made before the war. Production never resumed after the war.

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Hunter: Maxim Suravegin (Gardenmax)

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