1940 Imperial 50 #Z033639
Status: My Collection
Created: 07-09-2019 at 07:35PM
Last Edit: 07-09-2019 at 07:36PM
One of those bizarre things that you wouldn't expect; An Imperial 50.... in Italic.
This was a find that happened during a 'field trip' to Edmonton, and was one of the better events of the trip. In the entire antique emporium which had a plethora of machines, none of them called out to me, but upon finding this one (on the floor, no less) and seeing that it was in both amazing condition cosmetically (as well as almost functional) I couldn't say no once I saw the typeface and the $45 price tag.
Considering this machine was built while there was a war on, and it was otherwise a superfluous machine considering the size and the typeface, I wonder what the original purpose was; something that will never be known.
Imperials have the distinction of having both a removable basket and removable carriages. I would've preferred a narrow carriage model, but I can't complain!
Hunter: Plante and Doole-Fisher Typewriters (venneburgtypewriters)
Status: Typewriter Hunter
This gallery represents the machines owned by good friends Dirk Plante and Sean Doole, who reside in British Columbia, Canada. Together they have established Venneburg Typewriters, a partnership that to date has seen over 400 typewriters since 2009. Here you will find the machines that are currently still in possession or that have come and gone since December 2017.
RESEARCH NOTE: When researching the Imperial 50 on a computer with lots of screen real estate, you may find that launching the Imperial Serial Number page and the Imperial 50 By Model/Year/Serial page in new browser windows can give you interesting perspectives on changes throughout the model series.