What is the prize in the box? This beauty arrived complete with a case. I’m always grateful to have a machine come in that has been under cover and is fairly clean. Many problems just disappear when these fantastic works of art are kept clean and dry. This Remington “portable” number 9 was known as a general ‘all-purpose’ typewriter.” (Feb. 1933-Feb. 1941) The “Remington” on its paper table is a decal, rather than embossed as on the #8. It sold for $92 originally. It was specifically targeted toward smaller offices that did not have the room for a big, heavy standard Noiseless but needed more features than a portable could provide. It’s easily one of the most Art Deco typewriters Remington produced, right down to the hexagon knobs atop its ribbon spool covers. This remains a difficult machine to find and I’m lucky to have a customer trust us with such a find.