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1947 Remington Noiseless 7 Serial # H143886 1947 Remington Noiseless 7 typewriter, Serial # H143886 William Tedeschi's 1947 Remington Noiseless 7 typewriter. 2018-10-22 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of William Tedeschi: 1947 Remington Noiseless 7 Serial # H143886 This is a project typewriter. Got it up to par enough to post it up. Everything else is finicky work.

Came with case, cleaning brushes, eraser pencil, manual, key, and samples of correction slips with directions. Dusty and musty on arrival, but cleaned up really well. Keys look practically like new now (minus the 'A' key which was messed up prior to cleaning). Remaining finicky bits would be trying to get a fresh logo on the front, repaint the dots, doing a total deep clean, and lubrication. Types well as is.

Font is small! It's pica at 12 CPI.

It isn't a fast typer, but it certainly is a fun one.

(Gave away post restoration. No longer own it.)

1947 Remington Noiseless 7 #H143886

Status: Sightings
Created: 07-27-2014 at 04:43PM
Last Edit: 10-22-2018 at 05:36PM


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This is a project typewriter. Got it up to par enough to post it up. Everything else is finicky work.

Came with case, cleaning brushes, eraser pencil, manual, key, and samples of correction slips with directions. Dusty and musty on arrival, but cleaned up really well. Keys look practically like new now (minus the 'A' key which was messed up prior to cleaning). Remaining finicky bits would be trying to get a fresh logo on the front, repaint the dots, doing a total deep clean, and lubrication. Types well as is.

Font is small! It's pica at 12 CPI.

It isn't a fast typer, but it certainly is a fun one.

(Gave away post restoration. No longer own it.)

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Hunter: William Tedeschi (Baekgu)

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I began using typewriters when I realized that digital workflow really didn't work too well for me. I write almost all of my drafts longhand with a fountain pen (my first love) then type out after via a typewriter.

Typewriters, to me, can be split into two grades like fountain pens: user and collector. All of my typewriters are certainly user grade! That doesn't mean they're ratty, it just means they're not mint condition. :-) I'm a user more than a collector and the typewriters I own (as with my pens) were purchased because of their draw. Portables are my cup of tea as desktop models are... kinda unsightly beasts. I also tend to lug one around!

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