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1967 Royal Aristocrat Serial # A1712914 1967 Royal Aristocrat typewriter, Serial # A1712914 LaDonna Qualtieri's 1967 Royal Aristocrat typewriter. 2023-12-18 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of LaDonna Qualtieri: 1967 Royal Aristocrat Serial # A1712914 The platen appears brand new. The whole machine does although there is a dead bug nest in the inner folds of the left ribbon! I use a mini loose leaf binder as a log book and this machine handles it very well, despite, or maybe because, it does not have a paper bail rod. This is the 12 cpi Spencerian script. I’ve heard the 10 cpi Royal Spencerian script machines are rather rare, yet I have TWDB to find a sample and admire it! SOLD Dec 2023

1967 Royal Aristocrat #A1712914

Status: Sightings
Hunter: LaDonna Qualtieri (Sk8rcruz)
Created: 03-14-2023 at 05:23PM
Last Edit: 12-18-2023 at 06:55PM


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The platen appears brand new. The whole machine does although there is a dead bug nest in the inner folds of the left ribbon! I use a mini loose leaf binder as a log book and this machine handles it very well, despite, or maybe because, it does not have a paper bail rod. This is the 12 cpi Spencerian script. I’ve heard the 10 cpi Royal Spencerian script machines are rather rare, yet I have TWDB to find a sample and admire it! SOLD Dec 2023

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Hunter: LaDonna Qualtieri (Sk8rcruz)

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I have many pen pals and correspond via handwritten and typed letters. I have a (painful) sitting disability and type while standing- UPDATE! I can also type on an ultraportable I set up on my bed. Typing and collecting machines with different typefaces keeps me busy and happily distracted from the difficulties in life-fountain pens, too, and I can write legibly, in cursive, while laying down. Join me on Type Pals and register for the monthly postcard exchanges. The “Cat Mews” is a quarterly publication of the philatelic topical group Cats On Stamps Study Unit (COSSU), for which I am a column contributor. My cats are Wiffle Wizard and Urushi (Rushi) Blizzard, aka the Blizzard Sisters.



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