This handy Smith-Corona correcting typewriter also has a "Spell Right 1" dictionary and "WordEraser". I used to think that "WordEraser" was kinda silly, not any more. When I really screw up a word, one button takes care of my mistake! This is a very nice electronic typewriter. For Sale - $175 … [Read more...]
Typewriters for Sale
Want a typewriter in tip top shape? Check out the machines below. If it’s marked Sold, check back or contact us and tell us what you’re wishing for, we'll keep an eye out.
This Underwood Champion portable is from 1947 and is a great typer. Don't let the keys V and F fool you, I have no idea why anyone would chew on typewriter keys (would you?). For Sale $230. G1730765 … [Read more...]
This L.C. Smith & Corona Super-Speed from 1938 is a recently refurbished item. It features a tabulator and is a classic black desktop model. Sold $350. 1475948-11 … [Read more...]
I like the Royal desk top typewriters from the 1950's. This desk top typewriter is not popular today as after World War II typewriter style got ugly. Real ugly... as in large ponderous grey machines lacking the elegance of the 1930's. Many typewriters after World War II became very practical looking no nonsense devices. It is really too bad the Royals from this era are not flying off the shelves as any reporter working for a large newspaper will … [Read more...]
We always have one or two IBM Selectric typewriters in stock that are for sale. Because there is not much difference between the refurbished machines we charge a standard price for them. The typewriters come in a variety of colors ranging from this blue example to the more common light brown. Selectric II's are $350. Selectric III's are $375. Call for availability. … [Read more...]
This L C Smith Super-Speed Number 11 from 1937 came to me from New York. It must have just sat for decades gathering dust as it is in really nice shape. When it arrived the paint was oxidized to a matt finish, yet the decals showed through very well. There is rust, you just can’t get away from that little menace, mostly on the upper paper tray near the rubber platen. That is where the sheet metal is thinest. When I started the … [Read more...]