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19xx Burroughs Moon Hopkins Serial # n/a 19xx Burroughs Moon Hopkins typewriter, Serial # n/a Michael Yulo's 19xx Burroughs Moon Hopkins typewriter. 2014-08-06 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Michael Yulo: 19xx Burroughs Moon Hopkins Serial # n/a I saw this at an antique mall in Ontario, CA. I had no idea what it was. I'd never seen such a thing.
I happened to post about it on my blog
http://michaeliany.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-search-for-spock-typewriter.html
and Richard Polt identified it.
I read that it is a typewriter/adding machine combo. It features the typical 4 bank keyboard but then extra numbers below the space bar.
It can handle a large spool of paper.
It is incredibly tall and wide and deep. I imagine it to weigh over 50 lbs.
The one special feature this machine has that I didn't see on google images is that it has a lamp addition to it's right side.
Quite a spectacular find!

19xx Burroughs Moon Hopkins #n/a

Status: Sightings
Hunter: Michael Yulo (michaeliany)
Created: 07-29-2014 at 02:28PM
Last Edit: 08-06-2014 at 03:05PM


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I saw this at an antique mall in Ontario, CA. I had no idea what it was. I'd never seen such a thing.
I happened to post about it on my blog
http://michaeliany.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-search-for-spock-typewriter.html
and Richard Polt identified it.
I read that it is a typewriter/adding machine combo. It features the typical 4 bank keyboard but then extra numbers below the space bar.
It can handle a large spool of paper.
It is incredibly tall and wide and deep. I imagine it to weigh over 50 lbs.
The one special feature this machine has that I didn't see on google images is that it has a lamp addition to it's right side.
Quite a spectacular find!

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Hunter: Michael Yulo (michaeliany)

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I live in Orange County, California with a wife and 2 sons, I have 80+ machines, my favorite brands are probably Olympia and Voss for their engineering but I've also got a thing for Olivetti for its style. Nothing too unique there. Nowadays however, I'm into 1930s and 1940s glass-topped machines and I am increasing my education on those brands and models. I think this site will help. Thanks to Ted Munk!



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