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I've been collecting typewriters in earnest since the spring of 1994. Here's a list of machines from my collection, in chronological order by date of manufacture. Click on the small image or the name of the typewriter to see a larger image. —Richard Polt

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Collection List

  1. Crandall New Model #3715 (USA, ca. 1889) -- curved two-bank non-QWERTY keyboard, type cylinder (read about Crandalls here)
  2. Hammond 1 #10892 (USA, ca. 1890) -- curved two-bank non-QWERTY keyboard, type shuttle (read about my restoration of this machine here and read about Hammonds here)
  3. National #1295 (USA, ca. 1891) -- understroke, three-bank, curved keyboard (large-spacebar model with spacebar missing)
  4. Smith Premier No. 1 #33506 (USA, ca. 1895) -- full keyboard, understroke
  5. Jewett No. 2 #6113 (USA, 1895) -- full keyboard, understroke
  6. Granville Automatic #5795 (USA, 1896) -- thrust action
  7. New Franklin #5509 (USA, ca. 1896) -- downstroke from the front, curved three-bank keyboard (read about Franklins here)
  8. Williams No. 2 #10612 (USA, ca. 1899) -- grasshopper, three-bank (read about Williams here)
  9. Crandall Visible no. 4 #51767 (USA, ca. 1900) -- three-bank, type cylinder (read about Crandalls here)
  10. Sholes visible #4004 (USA, ca. 1901) -- frontstroke with typebars aligned in two rows (read about this machine on my blog)
  11. Fay-Sho No. 4 #4817 (USA, ca. 1901) -- "bronze" understroke (actually copper plated) with neoclassical design
  12. Moya no. 1 #1138 (UK, ca. 1902) -- three-bank, type cylinder
  13. Blickensderfer No. 5 #71678 (USA, 1902) -- typewheel, Scientific Polish keyboard (read about this typewriter here)
  14. Commercial Visible no. 6 #23203 (USA, ca. 1902) -- typewheel
  15. Postal 5 #25892 (USA, 1904) -- three-bank, typewheel
  16. Monarch no. 2 #437 (USA, 1904)
  17. Ideal A3 #19616 (Germany, 1904) -- oblique frontstroke, carriage return lever on side    
  18. Moya no. 2 #3324 (UK, ca. 1905) -- three-bank, type cylinder
  19. Sun Standard No. 2 #16044 (USA, ca. 1905) -- 3-bank frontstroke, ink roller
  20. Royal Bar-Lock shift-key model #6610 (England, ca. 1905) -- rare four-bank version of the Bar-Lock
  21. Fox No. 3 #A7774/14731 (USA, ca. 1905) -- understroke (read about Foxes here)
  22. L.C. Smith No. 2 #19901-2 (USA, 1906) -- frontstroke
  23. Polygraph no. 3 (ca. 1906) -- 3-bank, downstroke
  24. Chicago No. 3 #2016 (USA, ca. 1908) -- horizontal type cylinder, 3-bank keyboard
  25. Fox No. 23 #05619/31619 (USA, 1908) -- frontstroke (read about Foxes here)
  26. Blickensderfer No. 8 #141296 (USA, 1908) -- three-bank, typewheel, aluminum frame
  27. Yetman Transmitting Typewriter, no serial number (USA, 1908) -- telegraphic typewriter (read about the Yetman here)
  28. Stearns #2137 (USA, ca. 1908)
  29. Columbia Bar-Lock No. 14 #163655 (USA, 1910) -- full keyboard, downstroke from front
  30. Blickensderfer no. 7 #148967 (USA, 1910) -- typewheel, Scientific keyboard (read about this typewriter here)
  31. Harry A. Smith no. 6 #7447 (USA, ca. 1910) -- frontstroke, relabeled Victor (read about Victors on Will Davis' site)
  32. Kancléř no. 3 #8859 (Germany, ca. 1910) -- Czech version of the Kanzler
  33. Bennett #13103 (USA, 1910) -- miniature typewheel machine with 3-bank keyboard
  34. Blickensderfer no. 6 #160030 (USA, 1912) -- typewheel; aluminum
  35. Oliver No. 5 #386425 (USA, ca. 1912) -- nickeled, Spanish keyboard, sold in Mexico
  36. Harris Visible No. 4 #14936 (USA, ca. 1913) -- three-bank frontstroke (read about the Harris on Will Davis' site)
  37. L. C. Smith no. 5 #196236-5 (USA, 1913) -- nickeled, Spanish keyboard, sold in Mexico
  38. Secor No. 2 #5380 (USA, ca. 1913) -- frontstroke with decimal tabulator
  39. Reporters Special #20282 (USA, ca. 1914) -- name variant of the Harris
  40. Chicago #73715 (USA, ca. 1915) -- horizontal type cylinder, 3-bank keyboard
  41. Aztec #56191 (USA, ca. 1915) -- name variant of the Pittsburg, Spanish keyboard (story in ETCetera no. 85)
  42. Visigraph #13807 (USA, ca. 1915) -- frontstroke
  43. Blickensderfer no. 9 #186280 (USA, 1916) -- typewheel, Scientific keyboard (read about this machine here)
  44. Helios-Klimax #13660 (Germany, ca. 1919) -- two-bank, triple shift, typewheel, Spanish keyboard
  45. Blick Ninety #E-1156 (USA, 1919) -- portable with exchangeable typebasket
  46. Victor no. 10 #54668 (USA, ca. 1920) -- four-bank frontstroke
  47. Adji Såkå #2804 (Germany, ca. 1920) -- three-bank portable, name variant of the Meteor
  48. Remington Portable no. 1 #NM10936 (USA, Feb. 1921) (read about this model here)
  49. Unda #1322 (Austria, 1921) -- 3-bank
  50. Underwood Standard Portable Typewriter #12408 (USA, 1921) -- three-bank frontstroke (earlier design, patent pending)
  51. Hesperia #74A (Italy, 1922) -- frontstroke
  52. Portex No. 5 #19417 (USA, ca. 1922) -- three-bank portable (read about the Portex on Will Davis' site)
  53. Hammond Folding Multiplex #F244370G2 (USA, 1923) -- 3 bank type-shuttle machine, keyboard folds up
  54. Underwood Standard Portable Typewriter #82370 (USA, 1923) -- three-bank frontstroke
  55. Dayton #AX93 (USA, 1924) -- four-bank portable (story in ETCetera no. 85)
  56. Noiseless Portable #6042 (USA, 1924) -- three-bank
  57. Underwood No. 5 #2096819-5 (USA, 1925) -- four-bank frontstroke (read about this machine here)
  58. Woodstock Electrite #E11-39705 (USA, ca. 1925) -- electric (read about this machine on my blog)
  59. Stoewer Elite #E42713 (Germany, ca. 1925) -- three-bank portable, Hungarian keyboard, sold in Prague
  60. Victor portable #0010XX (last two digits filed off?) (USA, ca. 1927)
  61. Neya #31679 (Germany, ca. 1927) -- three-bank portable
  62. Bing No. 2 (Germany, ca. 1927) -- oblique frontstroke, "educational" typewriter
  63. Merz No. 2 #6049 (Germany, ca. 1927) -- Bulgarian keyboard
  64. Rem-Blick #KX80608 (USA, May 1928) -- typewheel (read about this machine here)
  65. Corona 4 #S4M02555 (USA, 1928) -- "Mountain Ash Scarlet" finish
  66. Diamant 28 #16545 (Germany, ca. 1928) -- portable with large vertical segment
  67. Remington 92 #Z155356 (USA, April 1929) -- Hebrew version of the no. 12
  68. Underwood Standard Portable Typewriter #210944 (USA, 1929) -- three-bank frontstroke, green marble paint
  69. Unknown prototype portable (no serial number) (USA? 1920s?)
  70. Electric Braille prototype (USA, ca. 1930) -- based on a Woodstock no. 5, inventor and constructor unknown (story in ETCetera no. 77)
  71. Barr #P13796 (USA, ca. 1930) -- portable, blue (read about the Barr on Will Davis' site)
  72. Barr Special #P16230 (USA, early 1930s) -- portable, black 
  73. Barr Universal #C2U658 (USA, early 1930s) -- portable, maroon
  74. Hispano-Olivetti M40 #HO48260 (Spain, early 1930s)
  75. Japy V #14563 (France, 1931) -- four-bank portable, German keyboard
  76. Royal P portable #P262116 (1931) -- with Vogue typeface
  77. Torpedo portable #141322 (Germany, 1931) -- Cyrillic keyboard, exported (to Mongolia?) by Wostwag, a Soviet front company based in Berlin and Ulan Bator
  78. Oliver portable #68119 (Italy, 1932) -- woodgrain
  79. Masspro #002707 (USA, 1932) -- three-bank small portable
  80. Remington Noiseless Junior #B10403 (USA, Sept. 1933) (read about this model here)
  81. Underwood #622556 (USA, 1933?) -- identical to Remington Noiseless Junior
  82. Olivetti MP1 (ICO) #5907 (Italy, 1933) -- black, Belgian keyboard
  83. Remington Noiseless Portable #N41852 (two-tone green) (USA, Dec. 1933) (read about this model here)
  84. Burroughs 50 #50A5748 (USA, 1934)
  85. Imperial Good Companion #AC273 (England, 1935) -- portable, Swedish keyboard
  86. Remington 3B #C104412 (USA, Nov. 1935) (read about this model here)
  87. Marx Dial, no serial number (USA, ca. 1935) -- circular index, toy
  88. Remington Rand Model 1 #P49630 (USA, Jan. 1936) (read about this model here)
  89. Tip Tip #5606 (Czechoslovakia, 1936) -- grid index, type cylinder
  90. Remington Noiseless Model Seven #H49561 (USA, Jan. 1937) -- my first typewriter (read about this model here)
  91. Patria #18062 (Switzerland, ca. 1937) -- portable
  92. Rheinmetall portable #198477 (Germany, 1937) -- ergonomic Thai keyboard
  93. Monarch 101 #A10076 (USA, Dec. 1937) -- office-sized machine with noiseless portable mechanism, made by American Writing Machine Co. (actually Remington) (read about this model here)
  94. Fürstenberg, no serial number (Germany, ca. 1938) -- probably an advanced prototype of this machine also known as the Archo-Sekretär
  95. Rooy Intermédiaire 28 #301088 (France, 1938) -- ivory paint
  96. Triumph Norm 6 #5689 (Germany, ca. 1938) -- ivory paint (read about this machine on my blog)
  97. Olivetti MP1 (ICO) #58541 (Italy, 1938) -- red
  98. Continental #R257169 (Germany, 1938) -- four-bank portable
  99. Bar-Lock portable #2501 (UK, 1938)
  100. Harrods #54904 (Italy, 1938) -- name variant of the Olivetti MP1 portable, sold by Harrods in London
  101. Rem Rand Pioneer #CA133500 (USA, August 1938) -- 3.5-row keyboard (read about this model here)
  102. Remington 17 #J101999 (USA, January 1939)
  103. Rex #8983 (Germany, ca. 1940) -- Bulgarian keyboard; name variant of the G&O (read about this typewriter on my blog here and here)
  104. DM 22 #7530 (Germany, 1940) -- name variant of the Olympia Plana
  105. U.S. Mirsa Ideal portable no. 5 #919426/5 (Germany, 1940) -- Czech name variant of the Erika no. 5
  106. Hispano-Olivetti Studio 46 #330670 (Spain, ca. 1940) -- yellow mid-sized portable, Spanish keyboard
  107. Woodstock 5N #N607428E (USA, 1942)
  108. Osma #12517 (Germany, ca. 1945) -- rare portable
  109. Regia Mixta #L-11040 (Spain, ca. 1948) -- portable
  110. Voss #10271 (West Germany, 1949) -- red-and-black bakelite body, chrome paper table (read about the Voss on Will Davis' site)
  111. Original Matous #CC 832 (Czechoslovakia, ca. 1950) -- portable
  112. Olivetti Lettera 22 #077757 (Italy, ca. 1950)
  113. Voss #25942 (West Germany, 1951) -- red-and-black bakelite body with chrome accents
  114. Rheinmetall #300796 (East Germany, 1952) -- portable
  115. Express #306049 (West Germany, June 1953) -- rare portable with plastic body and segment
  116. Rooy portable #27912 (France, 1953) -- ultraflat; American keyboard
  117. Groma T #344410 (East Germany, 1953) -- portable, green
  118. Underwood Electric #E12-7290687 (USA, 1953) -- customized with old keys and other modifications
  119. Halda no. 6 #6-288980 (Sweden, 1953)
  120. Voss DeLuxe #114434 (West Germany, ca. 1955) -- stripped to bare metal
  121. Swissa Junior #136353 (Switzerland, ca. 1955) -- portable
  122. Patria #S21663 (Spain, ca. 1955) -- black portable
  123. Adler Privat #3026068 (West Germany, 1955) -- portable
  124. Optima #912691 (East Germany, ca. 1955) -- portable, repainted red
  125. Monac Simplex #9701 (place and date of manufacture unknown, 1950s?) -- French keyboard
  126. Moskva no. 4 #10490 (USSR, 1956) -- portable, Cyrillic
  127. Gossen Tippa Pilot #136331 (West Germany, 1956)
  128. Siemag portable #012233 (West Germany, 1956) -- read about this machine on my blog
  129. Underwood De Luxe Quiet Tab portable #A2571453 (USA, 1956) -- two-tone brown
  130. Underwood De Luxe Quiet Tab portable #AA2639689 (USA, 1956) -- green and gray
  131. Voss DeLuxe #128698 (West Germany, ca. 1956) -- green
  132. Revere #1397? (UK, ca. 1956) -- three-bank toy typewriter, made by Petite Typewriters of Nottingham. Also known as Kamkap. Serial number (?) is penciled on bottom of machine.
  133. Groma Kolibri #599437 (East Germany, 1957) -- silver
  134. Royal Administrator #49259 (West Germany, ca. 1957) -- wide-carriage version of the Royal Diana (read about this machine on my blog)
  135. Voss DeLuxe #135246 (West Germany, 1957) -- big portable, maroon
  136. Empire Aristocrat #S2/194E086 (UK, 1957) -- portable, clone of the Hermes Baby
  137. Byron Mark I #9747 (UK, 1957) -- (read about this typewriter on my blog)
  138. Olivetti Graphika #1801920 (Italy, 1957) -- proportional spacing (read about this typewriter on my blog)
  139. Junior Mod. 58 #C2268 (Spain, ca. 1958) -- compact portable, red
  140. Voss DeLuxe #151039 (West Germany, ca. 1958) -- black body with black keyboard
  141. Taylorix Contofix Junior #155876 (West Germany, ca. 1958) -- bookkeeping typewriter made by Voss (read about this typewriter on my blog)
  142. Imperial Good Companion no. 5 #5M 241 (UK, 1958) -- portable, basket shift, green
  143. Imperial Good Companion no. 4 #4X 571 (UK, 1959) -- portable, carriage shift, blue
  144. Sténotype Grandjean Sil. 5 #M40715 (France, 1958) -- stenotype
  145. Royal FP #FPS-6680671 (USA, 1959) — Patrician typeface
  146. Rooy IN #413937 (France, 1959) (read about this machine on my blog and a followup)
  147. Optima P1 #257939 (East Germany, 1959) -- portable based on the Olympia-Plana; Russian keyboard
  148. Tower Chieftain #3YT175886 (USA, 1959) -- small portable, name variant of Smith-Corona Skyriter, repainted and stripped
  149. Groma Kolibri #637179 (East Germany, 1959) -- portable, brown/tan, Greek keyboard
  150. Torpedo 18 #1205535 (West Germany, 1960) -- portable, black
  151. Olympia SM4 #1505693 (West Germany, 1960) -- portable, white, script typeface
  152. Olympia SF #95-266541 (West Germany, 1960) -- small portable, black
  153. R. C. Allen VisOmatic #8-2163312 13 (USA, 1960) -- frontstroke, script typeface
  154. R. C. Allen VisOmatic Electrite #E8C-2121469 13 (USA, 1960) -- electrified keyboard, manual carriage return
  155. Continental #2000670 (East Germany, ca. 1961) -- usually known as Erika 10; Arabic keyboard (read about this machine on my blog)
  156. Optima Humber 99 #4011057 (East Germany, 1961) -- name variant of the Erika 20 (read about this machine on my blog)
  157. Olympia SG1 #7-635495 (West Germany, 1961) -- office typewriter, repainted bluegreen
  158. Hermes 3000 #3058336 (Switzerland, 1961) -- earlier body style; stripped to bare metal
  159. Neckermann Brillant S #316086 (West Germany, early 1960s) -- name variant of the ABC (read about this machine on my blog)
  160. Avona #500721 (West Germany, early 1960s) -- name variant of the ABC
  161. Groma Kolibri #689903 (East Germany, ca. 1962) -- ivory/blue
  162. Talbos #C6399 (Spain, ca. 1962) -- portable, green
  163. Facit TP1 #283467 (Sweden, 1962) -- portable
  164. AMC #437765 (France, 1963) -- export name variant of the Japy Script, a clone of the Patria
  165. Olympia SM5 #2364386 (West Germany, 1964) -- Arabic
  166. Imperial Good Companion no. 7 #7AE 092 (UK, 1964) -- Cyrillic
  167. Smith-Corona Sterling #5AX 206814 (USA, ca. 1965) -- stripped to bare metal
  168. Olympia SM9 #2581142 (West Germany, 1965) -- modified, fitted into repainted SM3 body
  169. Jaykay #64857 (India, ca. 1965) -- portable, made in Calcutta, identical to the late Brosette
  170. Olympia SM8 #2723758 (West Germany, 1966) -- repainted black and silver
  171. Montgomery Ward Signature 810 #F0693817 (Japan, 1970) -- electric with manual carriage return, made by Brother
  172. Olivetti Editor 2 # (USA, ca. 1972) -- electric (read about this machine on my blog)
  173. Moskva no. 6 #386451 (USSR, 1972) -- portable, gray (read about this machine on my blog)
  174. Grants 707 Gullwing Electric #E06833 (Japan, ca. 1974) -- (read about this machine on my blog)
  175. Sharp Memowriter EL-7001 #11009605 (Japan, ca. 1981) -- electronic calculator / mini-typewriter (read about this device on my blog)
  176. Royal Epoch #0815001599 (China, 2015) (read about this machine on my blog)



Gone but not forgotten

These machines are no longer with me. I've enjoyed them and then passed them on to other typewriter fans, but they're fondly remembered!

  1. Sholes & Glidden #A1119 (USA, 1875) -- understroke, capitals only. Originator of the QWERTY keyboard, the Remington Typewriter Company, and the worldwide typewriter industry. This machine was remodeled and repainted black at the factory.
  2. Caligraph 2 #30345 (USA, ca. 1888) -- full non-QWERTY keyboard, understroke (read about Caligraphs here)
  3. Caligraph 3 #38924 (USA, 1890s) (read about Caligraphs here)
  4. Fitch (English) #3545 (England, 1891) -- downstroke from the back, three-bank non-QWERTY keyboard
  5. Densmore 1b (USA, 1891) -- understroke
  6. Peoples (USA, 1891) -- semicircular index
  7. American 2, no serial number (USA, 1890s) -- semicircular index
  8. Pearl (USA, 1891) -- semicircular index
  9. Odell #1b (USA, 1890s) -- linear index
  10. Victor (USA, 1890s) -- daisywheel index
  11. American Visible (curved) #1776 (USA, early 1890s) -- index
  12. American Visible (straight), no serial number (USA, early 1890s) -- index
  13. Densmore, first model ("1a") #1501 (USA, ca. 1892) -- understroke
  14. Hammond 2 (USA, 1893) -- type shuttle (read about Hammonds here)
  15. American No. 7 #16447 (USA, 1890s)-- understroke
  16. Odell no. 2, no serial number (USA, ca. 1895) -- linear index, with checkwriting type and regular type
  17. The Chicago #8654 (USA, 1897) -- type cylinder (read about the Chicago here)
  18. Peerless #4034 (USA, ca. 1897) -- full-keyboard understroke
  19. Oliver no. 3 #88838 (USA, 1898)

  20. Wellington No. 2 #5063 (USA, 1898) -- thrust action
  21. Yost No. 4 #51801 (USA, ca. 1899) -- full keyboard, understroke, ink pad inking (read about Yosts here)
  22. New Century Caligraph No. 6 #12772 (USA, ca. 1899) -- full keyboard, understroke

  23. Merritt #15051 (USA, ca. 1900) -- linear index
  24. Lambert No. 1 #1203 (USA, 1900) -- circular keyboard, single type element (read about Lamberts here)
  25. Pittsburg No. 10 #14766 (USA, 1900) -- successor to the Daugherty, the first successful frontstroke typewriter
  26. Williams No. 4 #17114 (USA, 1900) -- grasshopper, four-bank (read about Williams here)
  27. Underwood No. 1 #12880-1 (USA, ca. 1901) -- four-bank frontstroke (read about Underwoods here)
  28. Smith Premier No. 2 #77492 (USA, 1902) -- full keyboard, understroke
  29. Lambert No. 3 #7901 (USA, ca. 1902) -- circular keyboard, single type element (read about Lamberts here)
  30. Salter Improved No. 6 #8529 (UK, ca. 1905) -- three-bank, downstroke
  31. Fox No. 23 #05275/31275 (USA, ca. 1906)
  32. International No. 5, no serial number (USA, ca. 1907) -- linear index
  33. Remington no. 7 #223995 (USA, 1907) -- understroke

  34. Blickensderfer No. 8 #130721 (USA, 1907) -- three-bank,typewheel
  35. Yetman Transmitting Typewriter #1080 (USA, 1908) -- telegraphic typewriter
  36. Salter 10 #15477 (England, ca. 1910) -- three-bank, downstroke from the front
  37. Bennett (USA, 1910) -- miniature typewriter; typewheel
  38. Blickensderfer no. 7 #144749 (USA, ca. 1910) -- typewheel; aluminum
  39. Sterling #3124 (USA, ca. 1910) -- swinging sector, three-bank keyboard, hammer hits paper from the back
  40. Standard Folding #11595 (USA, ca. 1910) -- aluminum portable with folding carriage
  41. Yost no. 15 #032041 (USA, ca. 1910) -- frontstroke, grasshopper
  42. Erika no. 1 #3032 (Germany, ca. 1911) -- portable with folding carriage
  43. Simplex 1911 Special #3 (USA, 1911) -- toy index, double-case (read about Simplexes here)
  44. Blickensderfer 6 #162351 (USA, 1912) -- typewheel; aluminum
  45. Royal No. 5 #113790-5 (USA, 1912) -- frontstroke, "flatbed" design
  46. Stenotype #14047 (USA, ca. 1912) -- stenographic machine
  47. Emerson no. 3 #8367 (USA, ca. 1912) -- frontstroke, typebars swing in from the sides (read about Emersons here)
  48. Rapid No. 10 #35921 (USA, ca. 1913) -- name variant of the Fox 23
  49. Home Blickensderfer #170020 (USA, 1913) -- typewheel, Scientific keyboard
  50. Salter Visible #J32629 (UK, 1913) — oblique frontstroke with basket shift
  51. Emerson no. 3 #13653 (USA, ca. 1914)
  52. Ideal A4 #98442 (Germany, 1914) -- four-bank oblique frontstroke, carriage return lever on side
  53. Simplex 1 Special (USA, 1915) -- toy index typewriter (read about Simplexes here)
  54. Hammond Multiplex #AL212054 (USA, ca. 1915) -- 3-bank type-shuttle machine, green
  55. Fox portable #1 #302 (USA, 1917)
  56. Fox portable no. 1 #5221 (USA, ca. 1917) (read about Foxes here)
  57. Fox portable no. 2 #10017 (USA, ca. 1918) (read about Foxes here)
  58. Molle no. 3 #2590 (USA, 1918) -- frontstroke, three-bank (read about this machine here)
  59. Century 10 #HS90099 (USA, June 1919) -- frontstroke, three-bank
  60. Century 10 HV90146 (USA, July 1919) -- three-bank frontstroke, double shift
  61. Century 10 #HX00038 (USA, May 1920)
  62. Noiseless no. 4 #42041 (USA, ca. 1920) -- three-bank thrust-action quiet typewriter with metal platen
  63. Imperial D Portable #60790 (base) / #60350 (keyboard) (England, ca. 1920) -- three-bank downstroke
  64. MW #11733 (Germany, 1920s) -- index machine, also known as Gundka, Frolio, etc.
  65. Oliver 9 #886730 (USA, ca. 1920) -- U-shaped typebars, downstroke from the side (read about this machine here)
  66. Noiseless portable #92 (USA, 1921) -- three-bank frontstroke (read about this machine here)
  67. Remington Portable no. 1 #NM11229 (USA, Feb. 1921) -- black/gold paint (read about this model here)
  68. Fox Sterling #S12688 (USA, 1921) -- three-bank portable, Spanish keyboard (read about Foxes here)
  69. Carmen #3175 (Germany, 1921) -- 3-bank
  70. Underwood Standard Portable Typewriter #40496 (USA, 1922) -- three -bank frontstroke
  71. Gourland #1533 (USA, ca. 1922) -- four-bank portable
  72. Corona No. 3 #584594 (USA, 1922) -- frontstroke; carriage folds down onto keyboard
  73. Juventa, no serial number (Italy, ca. 1922) -- three-bank portable, repainted and labeled "Corona"
  74. Mignon 4 #274295 (Germany, 1920s) -- index (read about this machine here)
  75. Oliver 11 #1016985 (USA, ca. 1923)
  76. Oliver L-12 #1018364 (USA, 1923) -- three-bank, downstroke from the side, nickel plated, Spanish keyboard, sold in Mexico

  77. Monica No. 1 #825 (Germany, 1924) -- mid-sized frontstroke
  78. Royal No. 10 # X-1019026 (USA, 1926)
  79. Remington Portable No. 2 #ND79747 (USA, Sept. 1927) (read about this model here)
  80. Underwood Portable #4B186920 (USA, 1928)
  81. Simplex Practical Number 200 (USA, between 1924 and 1932) -- toy index typewriter (read about Simplexes here)
  82. Remington Portable No. 3 #V134032 (USA, Jan. 1929) -- two-tone turquoise (read about this model here)
  83. Remington Portable No. 3 #V275177 (USA, 1929) -- two-tone green (read about this model here)
  84. Underwood Portable #458501 (USA, 1929) -- Ukrainian keyboard
  85. Royal Standard Portable #OT336030 (USA, 1929) -- black
  86. Senta no. 4 #48051 (Germany, ca. 1929) -- four-bank portable
  87. Stoewer #123759 (Germany, ca. 1930) -- four-bank portable
  88. Demountable no. 2 #146958 (USA, ca. 1930) -- frontstroke, easy to dismantle (read about the Demountable on Will Davis' site)
  89. Royal P #P202830 (USA, 1930) -- portable with Vogue typeface
  90. Corona Special #JX657395 (USA, 1931) -- folding portable with gold highlights
  91. Rheinmetall portable #30561 (Germany, 1931)
  92. Underwood Noiseless 77 #736897 (USA, 1931) (read about this model here)
  93. Porto-Rite #SR10815 (USA, 1932)
  94. Merz Universal #58095 (Germany, 1932) -- four-bank portable
  95. Monarch Pioneer #S24372 (USA, August 1932) -- capitals-only portable, green (read about this model here)
  96. Remie Scout, double-case #S66172 (USA, 1932) (read about this model here)
  97. Remington Portable Model 5 (boxy) #V601539 (USA, Oct. 1932) (read about this model here)
  98. Royal Signet #E9780 (USA, 1932) -- capitals-only portable (read about this model here)
  99. Corona Standard #2C184108 (USA, 1935)
  100. Royal Signet #E3266 (USA, ca. 1933) -- capitals-only portable
  101. Remington Noiseless Model Seven #H31240 (USA, Sept. 1934) -- two-tone green
  102. Olivetti MP1 (ICO) #20548 (Italy, 1935) -- black, German keyboard, sold in Vienna
  103. Royal Junior #J52398 (USA, 1935) -- Greek keyboard
  104. Tachotype #40196 (Netherlands, ca. 1935) -- stenotype (read about this machine on Frank Notten's blog)
  105. Corona Silent #1S16478 (USA, 1935) -- portable, maroon
  106. Erika no. 5 #30074/30045 (Germany, 1935)
  107. Remington 9 #F13383 (USA, February 1936) (read about this model here)
  108. Monarch #C60782 (USA, April 1936) -- name variant of the Remington Compact portable (read about this model here)
  109. Remington 5 portable (streamlined) #V925808 (USA, 1937) (read about this model here)
  110. Corona Junior #1F 26843J (USA, 1937)
  111. Erika M #612815/M (Germany, 1937)
  112. Varityper #409600-9 (USA, ca. 1937) -- three-bank, type shuttle, electric
  113. Hermes Featherweight #107389 (Switzerland, 1937)
  114. Adler 32 #535066 (Germany, 1937)
  115. Remington Noiseless 8 #E36907 (USA, Oct. 1937) (read about this model here)
  116. Underwood Noiseless 77 #930677 (maroon) (USA, Sept. 1937) (read about this model here)
  117. Remington Victor S Portable #VV909435 (UK assembled from US partfile:///Users/polt/Desktop/Files/Web%20pages/Classic%20Typewriter%20Page/coronasterlingz.jpgs, ca. 1937) -- British version of the streamlined #5 portable (read about this model here)
  118. Rem Rand Pioneer #C109305 (USA, Oct. 1937) -- caps only
  119. Mercedes Superba #85747 (Germany, 1937) -- portable with noise-reducing typebar cover
  120. Imperial Good Companion (England, late 1930s) -- portable
  121. Remington Junior #S256639 (USA, Jan. 1938) (read about this model here)
  122. Hermes Baby #171163 (Switzerland, 1938) -- Czech keyboard
  123. Corona Sterling #2A51871 (USA, 1938) -- streamlined, maroon
  124. L. C. Smith Super-Speed #1452332-11 (USA, 1938)
  125. Remington Noiseless Portable #N125431 (USA, March 1938) -- maroon, in deluxe case
  126. Rem-Rand Bantam #C153272 (USA, November 1938) -- child's portable typewriter, caps only (read about this model here)
  127. Remington Model 1 #PD162715 (USA, November 1938) -- "noisy noiseless" portable
  128. Remington Envoy #SD272431 (USA, Nov. 1938) -- Portuguese keyboard (read about this model here)
  129. Groma N #208701 (Germany, ca. 1938) -- four-bank portable, maroon
  130. Rheinmetall portable #227388 (Germany, 1938) -- maroon wood-grain finish, italic type
  131. Adler Favorit 2 #579597 (Germany, 1939) -- thrust action portable
  132. Hermes 2000 #43664 (Switzerland, 1939) -- four-bank portable
  133. Klein-Urania #182519 (Germany, 1939) -- portable, maroon, Norwegian keyboard
  134. DM No. 3 #199200 (Germany, ca. 1939) -- portable, name variant of Olympia Progress
  135. Barr #37890 (USA, late 1930s) -- portable, gray
  136. Barr #39213 (USA, ca. 1939) -- portable
  137. Remington Model 1 #PD173510 (USA, Sept. 1939) -- "noisy noiseless" portable (read about this model here)
  138. Everest 90 no. #39598 (Italy, 1940) -- red portable, italic typeface, nonstandard English keyboard
  139. Olympia-Plana #16700 (Germany, 1940) -- bakelite body, Hungarian keyboard
  140. Remington Streamliner #B110873 (USA, Sept. 1941) (read about this model here)
  141. Kappel VA #0325652 (Germany, 1940s) (read about this typewriter on my blog)
  142. Underwood S #S11-5752950 (USA, 1943)
  143. Remer #000126 (Spain, 1945)
  144. Remington Electric DeLuxe (USA, ca. 1949)
  145. Royal Quiet De Luxe #A-1788992 (USA, 1949) -- gold-plated portable
  146. Remington "1949" portable #BT1710965 (USA, December 1948) — carriage shift, white numeral keys
  147. Remington All-New Portable #A1901769 (USA, June 1949) — basket shift, white numeral keys
  148. Tower Skyriter #2Y40065(USA, 1950) -- flat portable made by Smith-Corona for Sears (parts from three Tower Chieftain and Smith-Corona Skyriter machines were used to construct this one)
  149. Olympia SM1 #74536 (West Germany, 1950) -- portable, black
  150. Keaton Music Typewriter #2294 (USA, ca. 1950) -- downstroke, circular-keyboard music typewriter
  151. Hogar (Spain, ca. 1950) -- linear index typewriter (read about this typewriter in ETCetera no. 91 and no. 92)
  152. Oliver portable #5117593 (UK, 1951) -- licensed copy of the Patria, Greek keyboard
  153. Remington Quiet-Riter #QT2254731 (USA, Oct. 1951) -- repainted blue-green
  154. Triumph Norm 6 #656801 (West Germany, 1952) -- green portable
  155. Juwel Rapid #H50994 (West Germany, 1952)
  156. Torpedo 20 #613108 (West Germany, 1952) -- portable with segment shift (read about this machine on my blog)
  157. Siemag II T #035877 II T (West Germany, 1952) (read about this machine on my blog)
  158. Smith-Corona Silent #5S423913 (USA, 1953)
  159. Groma Gromina #505711 (East Germany, 1953) -- ultraflat, maroon with red keys, earlier body style
  160. Blue Bird #707258 (West Germany, 1954) -- name variant of the Torpedo portable, British keyboard
  161. Everest K2 #519941 (Italy, 1954) -- portable, black
  162. Groma Gromina #528909 (East Germany, ca. 1954) -- ultraflat, maroon with black keys, later body style
  163. Halberg Traveler #45753 (Netherlands, 1954) (read about the Halberg on Will Davis' site)
  164. Calanda F #50879 (Switzerland, 1954)
  165. Olivetti Lettera 22 #437957 (Italy, ca. 1955) -- portable
  166. Groma Combina (East Germany, 195x) -- read about this typewriter on Will Davis' site
  167. Royal HH #HHE-5594986 (USA, 1955)
  168. Lorenz Lo15 teletype #11044/DP (West Germany, ca. 1955) (read about this machine on my blog)
  169. Groma Kolibri #568176 (East Germany, 1955) -- black
  170. Alma Jolson #A-04018 (Italy, ca. 1955) -- name variant of the Antares Parva, sold in US
  171. Olivetti Lettera 22 #360952 (Italy, ca. 1955) -- portable
  172. Smith-Corona 88 #88E4254613-13 (USA, 1955) -- repainted pink and black
  173. Groma Kolibri #559054 (East Germany, 1955) -- ultraslim portable, maroon
  174. American Deluxe #1145938 (East Germany, ca. 1955) -- relabeled Optima Elite portable, green
  175. Optima M10 #120348 (East Germany, ca. 1955) -- read my blog post about this typewriter
  176. Smith-Corona Silent-Super #5T 343881X (USA, 1956) -- including "Yes/No" key
  177. Underwood De Luxe Quiet Tab portable #AB2668636 (USA, 1956) -- black and white
  178. Brosette #028160 (West Germany, ca. 1956) -- portable, silver
  179. Halda portable #P81422 (Sweden, 1956)
  180. Voss DeLuxe #137313 (West Germany, 1957) 
  181. Torpedo 30 #972710 (West Germany, 1957) -- Venezuelan keyboard
  182. Alpina #74921 (West Germany, 1957)
  183. Adler Universal #1172288 (West Germany, 1957) -- read about this typewriter on my blog
  184. Triumph DeJur Perfekt #1231288 (West Germany, ca. 1957) -- portable, cream/maroon
  185. MBM Mercury #ZP-80235 (Czechoslovakia, ca. 1957) -- name variant of the Consul 1511 (read about the Consul on Will Davis' site)
  186. Remington Travel-Riter #TR540763 (Holland, Oct. 1957) -- portable, repainted gold
  187. Halda Star #7-067400 (Sweden, 1957) (read about this typewriter on my blog)
  188. Remington Quiet-Riter #QR3515274 (USA, Feb. 1958) -- portable, repainted gold
  189. Rooy portable #61618 (France, 1958) -- ultraflat
  190. Olympia SM3 #1202008 (West Germany, 1958) -- with USB Typewriter conversion kit
  191. Eichner #973881 (West Germany, 1958) -- name variant of the Torpedo 18 with long carriage and decimal tabulator
  192. Winsor Special De Luxe #B-1070 (Spain, ca. 1958) --  compact portable, gray
  193. Voss DeLuxe #156738 (West Germany, 1958) -- maroon and ivory
  194. Olivetti Lexikon 80E #1063166 (Italy, 1958) -- electric
  195. Steelmaster #BB/53870 (UK, 1958) -- name variant of the Oliver Courier
  196. Voss DeLuxe #158905 (West Germany, 1959) -- black body with grey keyboard
  197. Torpedo 18 #1073358 (West Germany, 1959) -- The Purple Prose Producer (read about this machine on my blog)
  198. Remington Super-Riter #J2882193 (USA, 1959)
  199. Olympia SM3 DeLuxe #1114492 (West Germany, 1959) -- portable, repainted blue
  200. Elgin Collegiate #605372 (Japan, ca. 1960) — made by Nippo
  201. Voss DeLuxe #230962 (West Germany, ca. 1960) -- blue and white
  202. Olivetti Pluma 22 #226431 (Spain, ca. 1960) -- pink; like the Lettera 22 but no tabulator; Spanish keyboard
  203. Alba A4 (Italy, ca. 1960) — compact student typewriter made by Antares
  204. ABC #3-64682 (West Germany, ca. 1960) -- portable, orange
  205. Princess 100 #109241 (West Germany, ca. 1960) -- portable, gray
  206. Erika 10 #1909032 (East Germany, 1960) -- portable
  207. Annabella #D-042596-5039 (Italy, ca. 1960) -- German keyboard, made by Antares (read about Antares on Will Davis' site)
  208. Hilton #D-080318-6090 (Italy, ca. 1960) -- name variant of the Antares
  209. Underwood Oxford (Italy, ca. 1960) — made by Antares
  210. Aztec 700 #1976404 (East Germany, 1961) -- export name variant of the Erika 10
  211. Consul Silent #ZP-185854 (Czechoslovakia, ca. 1961)
  212. Groma Kolibri #682069 (East Germany, ca. 1961) -- ivory/red
  213. Olympia SM4 #1666464 (West Germany, 1961) -- gold-plated trim
  214. Groma Humber #668875 (East Germany, ca. 1961) -- rare export name variant of the Kolibri, ivory/green
  215. AMC #316757 (West Germany, ca. 1962) -- name variant of the Alpina
  216. Groma Kolibri Luxus #A18172 (East Germany, ca. 1962) -- ivory/tan
  217. Olympia SF DeLuxe #562094 (West Germany, 1962) -- flat portable, script typeface
  218. Aztec 600 #620677 (East Germany, 1962) -- export name variant of the Rheinmetall KsT portable, two-tone brown
  219. Olivetti Studio 44 #359954 (Spain, ca. 1962) -- chromed in the 21st century
  220. Smith-Corona Sterling #5AX180041 (USA, 1963)
  221. Andina Grafos #D3438 (Spain, ca. 1963) -- portable, successor to the Talbos
  222. Triumph Perfekt #3062647 (West Germany, ca. 1963) -- portable, tan
  223. Voss Privat #223959 (West Germany, 1963) -- sold at the factory to an American, QWERTY keyboard with script type
  224. Adler Special #2331897 (West Germany, 1964)
  225. IBM Model C Executive #2189953 (USA, 1964) -- proportional, electric (read about this machine on my blog)
  226. Olympia SM5 #2431368 (West Germany, 1965)
  227. Scheidegger Princess Matic #338556 (West Germany, ca. 1965) -- name variant of the Princess 300
  228. Florida #H49535 (Spain, ca. 1965) -- portable
  229. Alpina Baby #373227 (Japan, 1960s) -- made by Nippo; also seen as Condor and Rexina
  230. Gritzner #025822 (West Germany, 1960s) -- downstroke, non-QWERTY "legend lettering machine" for typing on blueprints
  231. Consul 232 #7 232 452348 (Czechoslovakia, 1967)
  232. Cavalier Speedwriter #7 221 033989 (Czechoslovakia/Canada, 1967) -- name variant of the Consul 221, assembled and sold in Canada
  233. Gritzner #031342 (West Germany, 1967) -- downstroke, non-QWERTY lettering machine, with kit and Dutch instructions
  234. Hermes 3000 #3448751 (Switzerland, 1968) -- later body style
  235. Signature 440T (Japan, 1968) -- made by Brother
  236. Princess Standard #459186 (West Germany, ca. 1968)
  237. Remington 333 #E8971648 (Japan, May 1968) -- small portable made by Brother
  238. Olivetti Lettera 33 (Italy, ca. 1969)
  239. Hermes Baby #9413117 (Switzerland, ca. 1970) 
  240. Olivetti Valentine #2101192 (Mexico, ca. 1970) — Spanish keyboard, cubic typeface
  241. Olivetti Lettera 32 #6677466 (Spain, ca. 1973) — Hebrew keyboard
  242. Grants 737 Deluxe (Japan, ca. 1973) — made by Nakajima
  243. Princess 500 #687947 (West Germany, ca. 1974)
  244. Andina Especial 90 #75004 (Spain, ca. 1975) -- portable
  245. Sperry-Rand Remington 10 (Brazil, 1980s) -- Spanish keyboard
  246. Olympia Traveller Deluxe #15-7119191 (Yugoslavia, ca. 1985) -- Thai keyboard
  247. Ortekh #446574 (Russia, 1993) -- portable (read about this machine on my blog)
  248. Generation 3000 #05-25438 (China, 2005) -- portable (read about this typewriter on Will Davis' site)
  249. Royal Scrittore II #0912002099 (China, 2012) (read about this machine on my blog)

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