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1939 Olivetti Studio 42 Serial # 516604 1939 Olivetti Studio 42 typewriter, Serial # 516604 Sergei Viktorovich's 1939 Olivetti Studio 42 typewriter. 2021-04-13 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Sergei Viktorovich: 1939 Olivetti Studio 42 Serial # 516604 Olivetti Studio-42 was one of my big wishes.
I was literally in love with this incredible design.
When I saw the mangled Olivetti on sale, I was no longer interested in the world around me - I ran to buy it)

This typewriter suffered at the hands of some builders who were doing repairs somewhere, found a "piece of iron" and threw it in all sorts of corners, hoping to got it to the reception of junk. However, some clever guy pulled Olivetti out of the clutches of the builders and sold it to me))

The Studio-42 has a soft aluminum body. He straightened up quite easily and began to look more decent. Technically, typewriter is well preserved, works, types easily and pleasantly (only the carriage lock is lost).
In Soviet times, the font was re-brazing (how else - the Soviet typewriter mechanics put their crooked hands to everything that "lay poorly").

1939 Olivetti Studio 42 #516604

Status: My Collection
Hunter: Sergei Viktorovich (Sergei110)
Created: 03-31-2019 at 09:06AM
Last Edit: 04-13-2021 at 02:50PM


Description:

Olivetti Studio-42 was one of my big wishes.
I was literally in love with this incredible design.
When I saw the mangled Olivetti on sale, I was no longer interested in the world around me - I ran to buy it)

This typewriter suffered at the hands of some builders who were doing repairs somewhere, found a "piece of iron" and threw it in all sorts of corners, hoping to got it to the reception of junk. However, some clever guy pulled Olivetti out of the clutches of the builders and sold it to me))

The Studio-42 has a soft aluminum body. He straightened up quite easily and began to look more decent. Technically, typewriter is well preserved, works, types easily and pleasantly (only the carriage lock is lost).
In Soviet times, the font was re-brazing (how else - the Soviet typewriter mechanics put their crooked hands to everything that "lay poorly").

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Hunter: Sergei Viktorovich (Sergei110)

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Hi everyone!
I'm Sergei, I was made in Russia)
A psychologist, a collector of all sorts of vintage junk, typewriters, alarm clocks, and so on.
I love typewriters, and typewriters love me))
I wouldn't call myself a HUNTER - I just love typewriters, use them and collect some of them.



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