I had mentioned before that I was looking for a typewriter, so when Grandpa and Sue were at an antique shop and saw one, they decided to give it a look.
It was in excellent condition, and it priced at $75, if I remember correctly.
They texted me and asked how much I was willing to pay, and if I wanted them to buy it for me.
$75 for an antique typewriter that worked like new?
Of course I did!
The lowest I found on Amazon was $120, and it wasn't in very good condition.
So needless to say, they bought it for me and I paid them back.
The letter 'P' on one of the keys is missing, but I did typing in school and I know that it's a 'P' without looking, so it's no big deal to me. ;)
A while back I looked up the serial number on the model and found out that it was made somewhere around 1938-1939, and it's an American make.
Pretty cool, huh?
I know I was excited to know that someone during World War II owned it, and maybe even used it to write letters to their soldier overseas! (I know, I have quite the imagination)
Sorry about the boring pics. I plan to do a photo shoot of it outside someday
Whoops! forgot to put my blog address on it. All rights reserved
I just typed random songs and speeches on this page, for the picture, so don't be confused if you read the words and they don't all make sense ;)
And that's it! I really love this typewriter, and I know it will last a long time, so I can enjoy it for years to come! :D
Hope you enjoyed it,