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1977 Montgomery Ward Escort 350 Serial # M71868562 1977 Montgomery Ward Escort 350 typewriter, Serial # M71868562 Ryan Wright's 1977 Montgomery Ward Escort 350 typewriter. 2018-12-13 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Ryan Wright: 1977 Montgomery Ward Escort 350 Serial # M71868562 Purchased for $15 Dollars - Probably paid too much. I believe this is manufactured by Brother and 're-badged' as a Montgomery Ward. Since Montgomery Wards is no longer with us I thought it would be a fun addition to the collection. Missing keys, broken parts and needs repair and cleaning. I think it was once Aqua Blue.

1977 Montgomery Ward Escort 350 #M71868562

Status: My Collection
Created: 12-11-2018 at 06:46AM
Last Edit: 12-13-2018 at 06:37AM


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Purchased for $15 Dollars - Probably paid too much. I believe this is manufactured by Brother and 're-badged' as a Montgomery Ward. Since Montgomery Wards is no longer with us I thought it would be a fun addition to the collection. Missing keys, broken parts and needs repair and cleaning. I think it was once Aqua Blue.

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I am an avid typewriter enthusiast with currently over one hundred (100) typewriters in my collection (and growing). I am a proud TWDB Patron. I have also collected vintage briefcases (mostly Hartmann) Movie Cameras (8mm & 16mm) and many Fountain Pens. I am the author of the novella 'Killer on the Canvas'. I am also a big Don Quixote fan. I make my home in Southern California.
My Typewriter manufacture dates currently range from 1883 to 1996.



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