1933 Monarch (Remington) Remie Scout Model #S73610
Status: My Collection
Created: 02-10-2013 at 12:17PM
Last Edit: 10-19-2020 at 11:51PM
The third typewriter I purchased, I think at a yard sale for $15 long ago. Fresh platen rubber and feed rollers from Ames just before Ames went out of business. It's a splendid daily typer now, one of my favorites.
His name is "Little Jake". 10cpi Art Gothic typeface.
Sold by "Monarch" or "American Writing Machine" sub-brand of Remington via Union Trust Company.
- Last Bit of fresh rubber for Little Jake
- Test-Typing Munk's Collection
- The Return of Little Jake
- Taking Little Jake for a spin â€“ 1933 Remington-Rand Remy Scout
- The Five-Tape Session: on cassettes and why I still use my tape deck
- Tucson Is Bust, but Tonight We Eat Steak!
- Carbon Ribbon Test
- Feeling Blessed for The Holidays
- UJTU: The Many Platens and Worlds Iâ€™ve Enjoyed Lately
- The Zen of Typing in a Maelstrom of Madnessâ€¦
Hunter: Ted Munk (munk)
I am a scoundrel without a cause, and my swank outshines the sun.
I am a casual Typewriter Hunter residing in the sweltering deserts of Arizona with a wife, three cats and about 50 typewriters. My main hunting ground is thrift stores, and I rarely pay more than $10 for a machine. My collection consists mainly of portables with cases, and they stay in the cases unless I am actively using it (usually more than one at a time). I do, however keep a handful of interesting Selectrics, including a Composer and a couple of large Nakajima Electronics to use as daisywheel printers for my vintage laptop collection.
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