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1912 Adler 7 Serial # 90027 1912 Adler 7 typewriter, Serial # 90027 Lukas Klein's 1912 Adler 7 typewriter. 2023-03-20 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Lukas Klein: 1912 Adler 7 Serial # 90027 I saw this Adler 7 in an antique store and immediately fell in love with it. This machine is technically and visually in perfect condition. The only thing that is broken is a bakelite key ring that is broken.

1912 Adler 7 #90027

Status: My Collection
Hunter: Lukas Klein (Schreibmaschinenmensch01)
Created: 10-26-2022 at 04:13AM
Last Edit: 03-20-2023 at 11:48AM


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I saw this Adler 7 in an antique store and immediately fell in love with it. This machine is technically and visually in perfect condition. The only thing that is broken is a bakelite key ring that is broken.

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Under the ribbon spool is the carriage spring housing
Under the ribbon spool is the carriage spring housing

With this wheel you can adjust the spring tension of the wagon tension spring housing
With this wheel you can adjust the spring tension of the wagon tension spring housing

This is the in and out key. If you press the "E" the key moves downwards when you then move the car from left to right, i.e. to the beginning of the line, the car stops 14 stops in front of the left edge.  If you press the "A" you can cross the left margin or the beginning of the line, the dare can then be pushed all the way to the left edge
This is the in and out key. If you press the "E" the key moves downwards when you then move the car from left to right, i.e. to the beginning of the line, the car stops 14 stops in front of the left edge. If you press the "A" you can cross the left margin or the beginning of the line, the dare can then be pushed all the way to the left edge

This is the shift key "Z" stands for teeffers and characters and the "G" stands for uppercase letters
This is the shift key "Z" stands for teeffers and characters and the "G" stands for uppercase letters

This is the serial number, the same number is also stamped on the car on the right side under the roller knob.
This is the serial number, the same number is also stamped on the car on the right side under the roller knob.


This is the carriage return mechanism with line shift lever and gear wheel on the paper carriage
This is the carriage return mechanism with line shift lever and gear wheel on the paper carriage

This is the carriage return mechanism with the carriage switch lever and the roller gear. from behind
This is the carriage return mechanism with the carriage switch lever and the roller gear. from behind

This is the carriage return mechanism with the carriage switch lever and the roller gear. from the front
This is the carriage return mechanism with the carriage switch lever and the roller gear. from the front

This wheel is used to adjust the line spacing, there are three line spacing. To switch from one line spacing to another, you must rotate the wheel.
This wheel is used to adjust the line spacing, there are three line spacing. To switch from one line spacing to another, you must rotate the wheel.



Hunter: Lukas Klein (Schreibmaschinenmensch01)

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I come from southern Germany and have been collecting historical typewriters for 10 years. I'm interested in the antique machines built before 1945. All machines built after 1945 are not used for collecting but for writing



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