Rare 1950s Byron Typewriter – New Ribbon, Case – Olive Green – Made In Nottingham, England


But ‘why then publish?’ There are no rewards Of fame or profit when the world grows weary. I ask in turn why do you play at cards? Why drink? Why read? To make some hour less dreary. It occupies me to turn back regards On what I’ve seen or pondered, sad or cheery, And what I write I cast upon the stream To swim or sink. I have had at least my dream.

Lord Byron

The Byron typewriter, most likely named after Lord Byron, who was in the 19th century, one of the most prolific writer of poetry and prose. He wrote the memorable autobiographical words above, which have inspired writers for generations.

This typewriter was made in the 1950s, in Nottingham, England and is in perfect working order with soft, relatively noiseless keys. It comes with a newly installed black ink ribbon and is ready for use out of the box. Comes with its easy to care case

It would prove a perfect companion for any level of typist. Ideal for use at home and portable enough to take with you for use elsewhere.

It would make an ideal gift for any age group and will bring many hours of fun from writing notes, letters, poetry or prose.






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