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1935 Continental Standard Serial # 576373-1 1935 Continental Standard typewriter, Serial # 576373-1 Sergei Viktorovich's 1935 Continental Standard typewriter. 2019-03-31 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Sergei Viktorovich: 1935 Continental Standard Serial # 576373-1 This typewriter I had saved from the removal to the landfill.

It was very dirty and thickly smeared with grease.
Decals were overwritten, the paint on the keyboard frame crumbled.
After thorough washing under a hot shower with menthol shampoo and after repaint this machine began to look and work much more decent.

The difference of this typewriter from others is that the carriage return lever is located on the right side. of the carriage. The left lever is the cariiage release lever.

Years have passed, and the machine still smells like menthol)

1935 Continental Standard #576373-1

Status: My Collection
Created: 10-16-2016 at 03:59PM
Last Edit: 03-31-2019 at 10:19AM


Description:

This typewriter I had saved from the removal to the landfill.

It was very dirty and thickly smeared with grease.
Decals were overwritten, the paint on the keyboard frame crumbled.
After thorough washing under a hot shower with menthol shampoo and after repaint this machine began to look and work much more decent.

The difference of this typewriter from others is that the carriage return lever is located on the right side. of the carriage. The left lever is the cariiage release lever.

Years have passed, and the machine still smells like menthol)

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I'm Sergei, I was made in Russia)))))))
I wouldn't call myself a hunter - I just love typewriters, use them and collect some of them.
Many of it comes and goes out, solds to someone else, and others who "gets" me, remains)
I can't tell where I've developed a passion for typewriters. It seems that I was born with it. At least for as long as I can remember, I have always loved it. The first machine I bought in 2008. It was our, Soviet "Lyubava", a copy of "Erika". Before it, I've seen typeriters only on pictures)



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