190X Postal 4 #8895
Status: My Collection
Created: 04-22-2016 at 04:40PM
Last Edit: 04-22-2016 at 04:47PM
I've supposed it is a Postal 4 just because I've read in Mr. Herman J. Price's web page that " The text on model 3 or 4 differs by saying Norwalk or a foreign locale". (In this typewriter you can read "Norwalk") and also that "The Postal 4 is the export version of the Postal 3. This keyboard features international punctuation" (you can find the letter "Ã±" in this typewriter, andI've found it in TucumÃ n City, an argentinian city located around 600 miles from Buenos Aires).
The serial number is a low one, possibly this typewriter was made around 1903.
Of course, I am looking for typewriter experts advice about this typewriter, in order to change whatever I should ammend about it.
The typewriter box was preserved in very good condition. Even the left and right locks are there (and they lock efficiently the cover and the typewriter wooden base)
Hunter: Guillermo Fernandez Boan (ORTBRAKER)
Status: Typewriter Hunter
Argentinian lawyer resident in Buenos Aires city.
For half a century, enthusiast typist. Now enthusiast typewriter hunter.