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1929 Royal P Serial # P112201 1929 Royal P typewriter, Serial # P112201 Guillermo Fernandez Boan's 1929 Royal P typewriter. 2018-09-11 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Guillermo Fernandez Boan: 1929 Royal P Serial # P112201 Gorgeous portable. Reliable and easy to carry everywhere.
A lever avoid the color selector move to stencil posicion (you need to raise the lever in order to select the stencil position).
Despite the typewriter states "Made in the United States of America", both spools proudly proclaim "Spool made in England" (and they are beautiful spools that "do the part" indeed)

1929 Royal P #P112201

Status: My Collection
Created: 04-24-2016 at 03:59PM
Last Edit: 09-11-2018 at 12:32PM


Description:

Gorgeous portable. Reliable and easy to carry everywhere.
A lever avoid the color selector move to stencil posicion (you need to raise the lever in order to select the stencil position).
Despite the typewriter states "Made in the United States of America", both spools proudly proclaim "Spool made in England" (and they are beautiful spools that "do the part" indeed)

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if you need to put the ribbon in "stencil mode", you need first to raise the lever on the right while you move the color selector to the right.
if you need to put the ribbon in "stencil mode", you need first to raise the lever on the right while you move the color selector to the right.







Both spools were British made
Both spools were British made

Hunter: Guillermo Fernandez Boan (ORTBRAKER)

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Argentinian lawyer resident in Buenos Aires city.
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