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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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1947
Remington
Noiseless 7

Serial #H143886

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1972
Adler
J5

Serial #4826395

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1959
Princess (Keller und Knappich)
300

Serial #159667

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1958
Olympia
SM3

Serial #1233833

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