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9 comments:

  1. Mom actually used a typewriter like that one for many years. She wishes she still had it.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  2. I have always admired kilts and now I am admiring the MAN that is wearing Leggins like mine, but mine are not plaid. YET. my dad had a typewriter much like this one

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  3. What a wonderful collection of eclectic history!

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  4. Oh my word Aunty what a collection of less speak more peek
    The buckles/coat of arms look like they were just made. So shiny and what workmanship!!
    I learned to type on a similar maybe a few years younger than this one but I recall having the manual lever to
    advance down.
    Hugs HiC

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  5. oooh I love it to travel back in time with vistiting a museum ;O) .... I learnt with such an old typewriter... I needed more correction paper than paper sheets when I tried to write something hahahahaha

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  6. The colours of the moss in the first photo are just fantastic. During my recent trip to Rome I took several close-ups of walls and marble slabs and they all had such texture and colour! I will show them soon (well, Brom will...)

    Klem, Mara

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  7. Very unique and creative post and photos ~ That typewriter is a classic ^_^

    Happy Day To You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  8. I had a typewriter like that at one time! Museums are so interesting and such a learning experience.

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  9. Fascinating! namaste, janice xx

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