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The Royal Typewriter Company was one of the longest lasting typewriter companies. The Royal Quiet DeLuxe was the flagship of the Royal line touted as the easiest writing machine having more big machine features than any other portable. The Quiet Deluxe was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. This was the first model in the series that out-sold any other portables of its time. The Quiet Deluxe features a magic margin, picture window writing line visibility, paper lock scale and tab arrangements, rapid ribbon changer and larger knobs for ease in use. It was introduced just before World War II, but production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other US typewriter manufacturers, was converted to a weapons factory. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain in market share. In the 50's, the Royal Quiet Deluxe was given a makeover with bright new colors and updated keys. The Royal Quiet Deluxe is compact with great lines and has always been a real workhorse.

1957 PINK ROYAL QUIET DELUXE

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The Royal Quiet DeLuxe puts you right in touch with literary history -- it was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. This was the first model in a series of the Royal Quiet DeLuxe line that outsold any other portables of the time. It was introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other typewriter manufacturers in the United States at the time, was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists. Compact, snazzy and a pleasure to write with, it is a real workhorse.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1957 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE



CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, AND MARKING BUT OTHERWISE IN GOOD CONDITION
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY

1930 MODEL P WOODGRAIN

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This is the Royal model P typewriter. It was first introduced in 1926 as the first portable in the Royal line. Royal was way behind other manufacturers in the introduction of it portables. Original company philosophy was to concentrate on the full size business machines. George E. Smith, the then Royal president, did not believe the private individual was a serious buyer for typewriters. Other manufacturers, proved him wrong. Royal entered the portable market 6 years later then the rest of the competition, but came in with gusto. They employed huge marketing strategies, such as dropping typewriters out of airplanes...in crates with parachutes...to promote the product. In a short period of time Royal reported they had sold their 1 millionth typewriter, and went on to become the leading typewriter manufacturer in the United States. The model one was a huge success. It incorporated most of the features of the larger full size typewriters in a small lightweight package. The second generation of the model one saw only minor changes. These included redesign of the top covers to cover the ribbon spools and protect them from dust, as well as expansion of the available colors
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This particular gem was produced in the 1930 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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MACHINE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION ..SMALL AMOUNT OF PAINT WEAR ON FRONT FRAME AS SHOWN
CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, BUT OTHERWISE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY
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1939 ROYAL ARISTOCRAT

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The Royal Quiet DeLuxe puts you right in touch with literary history -- it was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. This was the first model in a series of the line that outsold any other portables of the time. It was introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other typewriter manufacturers in the United States at the time, was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists. Compact, snazzy and a pleasure to write with, it is a real workhorse.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1939 . It is a rare model...it was the first year ...this model was introduced at the end of the Depression, and before WWII, so very few of these units were produced.

This has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS
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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE CARRY CASE A SMALL AMOUNT OF WEAR ON CORNERS...MACHINE IS EXCELLENT 874622
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INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY

1942 ROYAL ARROW

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The Royal Arrow puts you right in touch with literary history -- Royal introduced the Grey line typewriters, the Quiet Deluxe, Aristocrat, and the Arrow. The Arrow was the most budget friendly of the line. It was introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other typewriter manufacturers in the United States at the time, was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Arrow was basically a Quiet Deluxe lest some insulation, a tabulator, paper guide and two way bail. The Arrow continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists. Compact, snazzy and a pleasure to write with, it is a real workhorse.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1942..very few civilian models were made during these years, so they are rare to find . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE CARRY CASE A SMALL AMOUNT OF WEAR ON CORNERS...MACHINE IS EXCELLENT PICA
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INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY

1936 MODEL O STANDARD

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Royal was very late in entering the portable market...in some instances 20 years behind other manufacturers. Their first models were very boxy and clumsy. This changed in the 1930's as Royal took on a more art deco look and made vast improvements on their portables. This is the Royal Model "O" Typewriter. It is one of the few typewriters Royal produced without any identifying name to it. Sometimes refereed to as a Touch Control because that is the only identifier on it, or as the Model O because the serial number starts with "o". It was first introduced in 1936 and quickly became one of the most popular prewar portables. This model was the first to incorporate a way to tailor the machine to the user's preference. It incorporated most of the features of the larger full size typewriters in a small lightweight package.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1937 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines

ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS






NEW PLATEN, NEW INFEED AND OUTFEED ROLLERS NEW RUBBER FEET


Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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MACHINE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
CASE HAS WEAR ON TOP, CORNERS AND IS IN FAIR CONDITION
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY
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1930 ROYAL MODEL P

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This is the Royal model P  typewriter. It was first introduced in 1926 as the first portable in the Royal line. Royal was way behind other manufacturers in the introduction of it portables. Original company philosophy was to concentrate on the full size business machines. George E. Smith, the then Royal president, did not believe the private individual was a serious buyer for typewriters. Other manufacturers, proved him wrong. Royal entered the portable market 6 years later then the rest of the competition, but came in with gusto. They employed huge marketing strategies, such as dropping typewriters out of airplanes...in crates with parachutes...to promote the product. In a short period of time Royal reported they had sold their 1 millionth typewriter, and went on to become the leading typewriter manufacturer in the United States. The model one was a huge success. It incorporated most of the features of the larger full size typewriters in a small lightweight package. The second generation of the model one saw only minor changes. These included redesign of the top covers to cover the ribbon spools and protect them from dust, as well as expansion of the available colors
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This particular gem was produced in the 1930 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS
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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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MACHINE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION ..SMALL AMOUNT OF PAINT WEAR ON FRONT FRAME AS SHOWN
CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, BUT OTHERWISE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY
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1936 MODEL O ELITE

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The Royal Quiet DeLuxe puts you right in touch with literary history -- it was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. This was the first model in a series of the Royal Quiet DeLuxe line that outsold any other portables of the time. It was introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other typewriter manufacturers in the United States at the time, was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists. Compact, snazzy and a pleasure to write with, it is a real workhorse.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1957 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES  A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE
LIGHT SPOT ON LEFT RIBBON COVER
SMALL SRATCHES ON SIDES



CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, AND MARKING BUT OTHERWISE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION...TYPEWRITER HAS A FEW SMALL NICK AND RUB MARKS
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY

1931 BROWN MODEL P

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This is the Royal model P typewriter. It was first introduced in 1926 as the first portable in the Royal line. Royal was way behind other manufacturers in the introduction of it portables. Original company philosophy was to concentrate on the full size business machines. George E. Smith, the then Royal president, did not believe the private individual was a serious buyer for typewriters. Other manufacturers, proved him wrong. Royal entered the portable market 6 years later then the rest of the competition, but came in with gusto. They employed huge marketing strategies, such as dropping typewriters out of airplanes...in crates with parachutes...to promote the product. In a short period of time Royal reported they had sold their 1 millionth typewriter, and went on to become the leading typewriter manufacturer in the United States. The model one was a huge success. It incorporated most of the features of the larger full size typewriters in a small lightweight package. The second generation of the model one saw only minor changes. These included redesign of the top covers to cover the ribbon spools and protect them from dust, as well as expansion of the available colors
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This particular gem was produced in the 1931 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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MACHINE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION ..SMALL AMOUNT OF PAINT WEAR ON FRONT FRAME AS SHOWN
CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, BUT OTHERWISE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY
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1930 GREEN ROYAL P

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This is the Royal model P typewriter. It was first introduced in 1926 as the first portable in the Royal line. Royal was way behind other manufacturers in the introduction of it portables. Original company philosophy was to concentrate on the full size business machines. George E. Smith, the then Royal president, did not believe the private individual was a serious buyer for typewriters. Other manufacturers, proved him wrong. Royal entered the portable market 6 years later then the rest of the competition, but came in with gusto. They employed huge marketing strategies, such as dropping typewriters out of airplanes...in crates with parachutes...to promote the product. In a short period of time Royal reported they had sold their 1 millionth typewriter, and went on to become the leading typewriter manufacturer in the United States. The model one was a huge success. It incorporated most of the features of the larger full size typewriters in a small lightweight package. The second generation of the model one saw only minor changes. These included redesign of the top covers to cover the ribbon spools and protect them from dust, as well as expansion of the available colors
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This particular gem was produced in the 1930 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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MACHINE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION ..SMALL AMOUNT OF PAINT WEAR ON FRONT FRAME AS SHOWN
CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, BUT OTHERWISE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY
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1936 ROYAL MODEL O

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This is the Royal Model "O" Typewriter. It is one of the few typewriters Royal produced without any identifying name to it. Sometimes refereed to as a Touch Control because that is the only identifier on it, or as the Model O because the serial number starts with "o". It was first introduced in 1936 and quickly became one of the most popular prewar portables. This model was the first to incorporate a way to tailor the machine to the user's preference. It incorporated most of the features of the larger full size typewriters in a small lightweight package.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1936 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS
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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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MACHINE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST EXAMPLES OF THIS MODEL THAT HAS BEEN THRU THE SHOP
CASE HAS WEAR ON TOP CORNERS AND IS IN FAIR CONDITION
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY
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PINK ROYAL QUIET DELUXE

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The Royal Quiet DeLuxe puts you right in touch with literary history -- it was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. This was the first model in a series of the Royal Quiet DeLuxe line that outsold any other portables of the time. It was introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other typewriter manufacturers in the United States at the time, was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists. Compact, snazzy and a pleasure to write with, it is a real workhorse.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1957 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE



CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, AND MARKING BUT OTHERWISE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION...TYPEWRITER HAS A FEW SMALL NICK AND RUB MARKS
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY

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1955 GREEN ROYAL QUIET DELUXE

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The Royal Quiet DeLuxe puts you right in touch with literary history -- it was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. This was the first model in a series of the Royal Quiet DeLuxe line that outsold any other portables of the time. It was introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other typewriter manufacturers in the United States at the time, was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists. Compact, snazzy and a pleasure to write with, it is a real workhorse.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1955 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE



CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, AND MARKING BUT OTHERWISE IN GOOD CONDITION
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY

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1956 ROYAL RED QUIET DELUXE

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The Royal Quiet DeLuxe puts you right in touch with literary history -- it was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. This was the first model in a series of the Royal Quiet DeLuxe line that outsold any other portables of the time. It was introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other typewriter manufacturers in the United States at the time, was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists. Compact, snazzy and a pleasure to write with, it is a real workhorse.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1956 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS
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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE



CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, AND MARKING BUT OTHERWISE IN GOOD CONDITION
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY
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1956 GREEN ROYAL QUIET DELUXE

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The Royal Quiet DeLuxe puts you right in touch with literary history -- it was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. The first model in this series outsold any other portables of the time. They were introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other typewriter manufacturers in the United States at the time, was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists. Compact, snazzy and a pleasure to write with, it is a real workhorse. In the 50's, the flagship of the Royal line was given a makeover with bright new colors and updated keys.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1956. It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines



ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS
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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE
MACHINE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH SOME LIGHT SCRATCHES BELOW KEYS AND ON SIDES
CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, BUT OTHERWISE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY

1957 ROYAL QUIET DELUXE

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The Royal Quiet DeLuxe puts you right in touch with literary history -- it was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. This was the first model in a series of the Royal Quiet DeLuxe line that outsold any other portables of the time. It was introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other typewriter manufacturers in the United States at the time, was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists. Compact, snazzy and a pleasure to write with, it is a real workhorse.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1956 . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE



CASE HAS A SOME WEAR, AND MARKING BUT OTHERWISE IN GOOD CONDITION
INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY

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1939 HEMINGWAY QUIET DELUXE

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The Royal Quiet DeLuxe puts you right in touch with literary history -- it was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. This was the first model in a series of the Royal Quiet DeLuxe line that outsold any other portables of the time. It was introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company, like other typewriter manufacturers in the United States at the time, was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists. Compact, snazzy and a pleasure to write with, it is a real workhorse.
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This particular gem was produced in the 1939..THIS WAS THE FIST YEAR OF PRODUCTION FOR THE QUIET DELUXE . It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE CARRY CASE A SMALL AMOUNT OF WEAR ON CORNERS...MACHINE IS EXCELLENT PICA
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INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY

1940 ROYAL HUDSON

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The Royal Hudson was a depression era typewriter produced to try and stimulate sales during the worst economic down turn this country has seen. Several manufactures tried to streamline their production process to lower cost and prices. The effort failed miserably, very few units were ever sold. This was a departure from Royals typical portable construction design. Most portables at the time were built into a frame with a outer case. The Hudson the frame and case are one lowering material costs and labor required. This was a technique later used on most manufactures full size machines, but was unusual for a portable This was a rebranded machine for the Hudson Department stores
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This particular gem was produced in the 1940.. It has been completely serviced to include:
First and foremost we rate the typewriter before any service is done. This unit came to us in very good to excellent condition.
Second, the typewriter is stripped down by one of our techs. Then each piece is cleaned by hand. Damaged or worn parts are replaced with new, or identical parts from other donor machines


ACTUAL MACHINE IN AUCTION UNDERGOING REBUILD PROCESS


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Finally, the typewriter is reassembled, a new ribbon is installed and it is tested for 30 minutes of continuous typing. Any final adjustments are made and it is ready for another 50 years of service
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INCLUDES A MANUAL COPY AND CARRY CASE CARRY CASE A SMALL AMOUNT OF WEAR ON CORNERS...MACHINE IS EXCELLENT PICA
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INCLUDES 90 DAY WARRANTY