1943 Triumph Norm 6 #444319
Status: My Collection
Created: 01-11-2021 at 02:08PM
Last Edit: 01-11-2021 at 02:17PM
I bought this typewriter for a few cents. I just wanted to look at it and leave it for spare parts. It was unbelievably dirty, but not rusty, about a kilogram of dust and dirt fell out of it, it lacked every other screw. But the mechanism was fully functional, so I changed my mind. I was fascinated by the incredibly rough insulation on the sides of the machine.
Hunter: Milan Berta (OSMSK)
Status: Typewriter Hunter
Historical typewriters, cameras, sewing machines, ... - all beautiful things, that work only on the basis of human skill and ability. Therefore, they deserve our attention and respect. I do not want to let those inventions that pushed us forward much faster than we were prepared, them disappear in this way.
Lives in Michalovce, Slovakia. Proud father of two children. Started collecting in March 2020. More a hunter than a collector or restorer. But determined to change it and bring the machines to a new life. Thank you in advance for any of your advice and help. (English is not my strong side, so I use Uncle Google's help. Correct me anytime).
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