1920’s Working Underwood 3 Bank Standard Typewriter – New Ribbon, Case – Made In USA
Working Underwood 3 bank vintage, manual portable typewriter in London, UK. After some research on the serial code, I concluded that it was produced in the 1920’s. Regardless of such old age and despite being ‘obsolete’, this typewriter retains an original look and works exceptionally well. Smooth and light glass keys provide enjoyable experience while typing. The backspace, carriage return lever, the shift keys, carriage lock, margin setters, ribbon selector (for the colour change), the carriage release lever, the paper guide and the paper release lever all work as intended. This rare black typewriter is fitted with a new black ribbon so you can type as soon as you get it and without any hassle. Also comes with the original case.
The overall condition is excellent. The keys of the Underwood 3 Bank work without sticking and it types well on the paper. Minor signs of use and age are present – please refer to the photos.
The Nobel prize winner Pablo Neruda wrote his world-known poems using an Underwood 3 Bank typewriter and therefore the Underwood 3 bank typewriter would be ideal for writers and authors, especially in the creative field. It will also be a unique gift. Due to the style and the aesthetics of the Underwood typewriter, it can be used for display purposes like home decor and events such as exhibitions and weddings. It appeals to all generations.
The typewriter is small in size and light in weight, therefore is convenient for travelling.
The vintage Underwood typewriter is located in London, UK.
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