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1938 Corona Standard Serial # 2C192966 1938 Corona Standard typewriter, Serial # 2C192966 Michael Hoehne's 1938 Corona Standard typewriter. 2015-05-05 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Michael Hoehne: 1938 Corona Standard Serial # 2C192966 L.C. Smith & Corona Standard that I got from a guy at a perpetual yard sale who calls me when he has a typewriter. With case and keys, it needed a bit of cleaning and works fine except for the bell not ringing (yet). The type sample is from the ribbon that was in it.

These Speedline bodies are very attractive in glossy paint, even black. The keys are plastic (bakelite?), not glass, with chrome rings, though at first glance they look like glass.

1938 Corona Standard #2C192966

Status: My Collection
Created: 05-05-2015 at 06:44PM
Last Edit: 05-05-2015 at 09:43PM


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L.C. Smith & Corona Standard that I got from a guy at a perpetual yard sale who calls me when he has a typewriter. With case and keys, it needed a bit of cleaning and works fine except for the bell not ringing (yet). The type sample is from the ribbon that was in it.

These Speedline bodies are very attractive in glossy paint, even black. The keys are plastic (bakelite?), not glass, with chrome rings, though at first glance they look like glass.

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