1024 Brands 2726 Models 14826 Galleries 8757 Typefaces 6273 Patents
19XX Princess (Keller und Knappich) Madame 500 Serial # 22020120 19XX Princess (Keller und Knappich) Madame 500 typewriter, Serial # 22020120 Aaron Friedrich Lotar Rolf Klamp's 19XX Princess (Keller und Knappich) Madame 500 typewriter. 2021-09-12 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Aaron Friedrich Lotar Rolf Klamp: 19XX Princess (Keller und Knappich) Madame 500 Serial # 22020120 It is a Madame, so you better treat her like one. :-)

Obviously her shell doesn┬┤t fit to the honorable name she is wearing, on the contrary shows signs of an intense worklife.
I personally like Typerwiters that have bin polished through uncountable opperations and gestures, and mostly work better than Typers that have been stored away most of their time.

The Madame 500 was licensed production of the latest Princess design by Keller&Knappich, but where and when I don┬┤t know. I mean to have heard something with east europe once, but I┬┤m not sure.

It has the same qualities as the Princess, and is reliable as wonderful in touch. The design reminds me of brutalistic architecture and the whole mix of attributes combined in this Typer affects me.

It was used in a dental clinic and still has the smell of disinfectants and other remidies. The font is somehow special, so I owe you a typesample

19XX Princess (Keller und Knappich) Madame 500 #22020120

Status: My Collection
Hunter: Aaron Friedrich Lotar Rolf Klamp (Technokid)
Created: 09-12-2021 at 11:36PM
Last Edit: 09-12-2021 at 11:45PM


Description:

It is a Madame, so you better treat her like one. :-)

Obviously her shell doesn┬┤t fit to the honorable name she is wearing, on the contrary shows signs of an intense worklife.
I personally like Typerwiters that have bin polished through uncountable opperations and gestures, and mostly work better than Typers that have been stored away most of their time.

The Madame 500 was licensed production of the latest Princess design by Keller&Knappich, but where and when I don┬┤t know. I mean to have heard something with east europe once, but I┬┤m not sure.

It has the same qualities as the Princess, and is reliable as wonderful in touch. The design reminds me of brutalistic architecture and the whole mix of attributes combined in this Typer affects me.

It was used in a dental clinic and still has the smell of disinfectants and other remidies. The font is somehow special, so I owe you a typesample

Typeface Specimen:

Photos:







Notice the angle types in the fourth row
Notice the angle types in the fourth row








Hunter: Aaron Friedrich Lotar Rolf Klamp (Technokid)

Aaron Friedrich Lotar Rolf Klamp's Typewriter Galleries [ My Collection ] [ My Sightings ]

Status: Typewriter Hunter
Points: 1992

Student of fine Arts, born and raised in Germany. Since October 2017 addicted to Typewriters with the focus on post war portables made of metall (not plastic).



RESEARCH NOTE: When researching the Princess (Keller und Knappich) Madame 500 on a computer with lots of screen real estate, you may find that launching the Princess (Keller und Knappich) Serial Number page and the Princess (Keller und Knappich) Madame 500 By Model/Year/Serial page in new browser windows can give you interesting perspectives on changes throughout the model series.