Working Early 1940s Remington Envoy Typewriter – New Ribbon, No Case, Dust Cover – Made in USA
London Typewriters offer for sale a working and serviced Remington Envoy portable typewriter, manufactured at the beginning of 1940s, in USA.
Despite being eighty years old, the machine works well! The comfortable keys are responsive and make a solid sound when pressed giving confidence to the typist. The backspace, the carriage return lever, the shift keys, the carriage release lever and the paper release lever all work as intended. This Remington Envoy with the textured finish is fitted with a new black ribbon so you can type as soon as you get it, without any inconvenience.
The overall condition is very good. The keys type well and the machine functions as a whole. Minor signs of use and age are present. Please note that there is no case for this typewriter, but it comes with a dust cover to protect the machine.
A plethora of prominent authors and playwrights such as George Orwell, George Bernard Shaw and many, many others trusted their work to be typed on various Remington typewriters.
According to the Google dictionary Envoy is ‘a messenger or representative, especially one on a diplomatic mission’ and this typewriter fits all the requirements.
It is an excellent choice for any professional typists. it is a remarkable piece of history to have on your desk. Also, if you are looking for a gift for someone or a machine for a thematic event, it is ideal. The Remington Envoy would suit typists with varying typing skills.
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