Working 1960 Imperial The Good Companion 4 Typewriter- New Ribbon, Case – Made in England
Working Imperial Good Companion 4 typewriter in London (U.K.).
The typewriter was manufactured in 1960, in England.
The Imperial works well! The comfortable keys are responsive and smooth and it makes typing effortless and enjoyable. The backspace, carriage return lever, the bell, the shift keys, carriage lock, margin setters, ribbon colour switch, the carriage release lever, the paper guide and the paper release lever all work as intended. This British made typewriter is fitted with a new black ribbon so you can type as soon as you get it, without any inconvenience. Also comes with the case which has a comfortable handle.
The typewriter can be removed off the base.
The overall mechanical condition is good, despite some visual signs of age and previous use. Please refer to photos. The keys work smoothly and the Imperial Good Companion 4 typewriter types well.
Colin Dexter, the English crime writer and creator of the Inspector Morse books, typed his novels on an Imperial Good Companion 4.
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