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1934 Royal P Serial # P88-357636 1934 Royal P typewriter, Serial # P88-357636 Erik Bruchez's 1934 Royal P typewriter. 2018-06-17 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Erik Bruchez: 1934 Royal P Serial # P88-357636 This machine already got its ribbon vibrator replaced, thanks to a kind donor. It also needs new rollers and a new platen. But just pressing the keys, wow: that is a great feeling.

This is a German machine which has a "Reichsmark" key. One issue it has for English is that it is entirely missing an apostrophe key! Although it has double quotes and a backtick or grave accent.

This machine needs a new platen and roller: currently, it doesn't grab the paper at all.

1934 Royal P #P88-357636

Status: My Collection
Created: 06-17-2018 at 10:51PM
Last Edit: 06-17-2018 at 11:01PM


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This machine already got its ribbon vibrator replaced, thanks to a kind donor. It also needs new rollers and a new platen. But just pressing the keys, wow: that is a great feeling.

This is a German machine which has a "Reichsmark" key. One issue it has for English is that it is entirely missing an apostrophe key! Although it has double quotes and a backtick or grave accent.

This machine needs a new platen and roller: currently, it doesn't grab the paper at all.

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I started collecting my first pre-WW2 standard typewriters in 2017. Since then I have added a few machines to my collection, which now ranges from the 1890s to the 1980s. As of 2020, I have more big standard (desktop) typewriters than portables, and a few standard electrics.



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