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Valentine's day | Underwood Typewriter| Antique Typewriter | Working Typewriter | Working Perfectly,typewriter working

Valentine's day | Underwood Typewriter| Antique Typewriter | Working Typewriter | Working Perfectly,typewriter working

Regular price $1,980.00 USD
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Our warranty.

Dear Our Customer.,

At Typewriter World, we take pride in offering a 12-month work guarantee for our typewriter products. Our guarantee includes providing technical support for any issues that may arise while using your products. In other words, if you encounter any problems during usage, you can reach out to us, and our expert technical support team will work with you to troubleshoot and resolve the issue together.

Details of the Work Guarantee:

  • Guarantee Period: Valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.
  • Coverage: Provides free technical support for any technical issues that may arise during the use of your products.

Technical Support Service: If you encounter any usage issues during the guarantee period, you can contact our technical support team at We are here to provide you with the best service, answer your questions, and help find solutions to your problems.

How to Contact Us:

Our work guarantee and technical support service aim to provide you with a reliable and seamless shopping experience. At Typewriter World, customer satisfaction is our top priority.

Thank you.

Best regards,

Typewriter World Customer Service


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  • Australia, Japan: 7-10 business days
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  • New Zealand, Portugal, Russia: 7-1 business days
  • Latin America, Caribbean, Asia Pacific: 7-10 business days
  • North Africa, Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa: 7-10 business days

Delivery times may vary based on the chosen shipping method. Buyers are responsible for customs and import taxes, and I'm not liable for customs-related delays.

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Underwood Typewriter Rare Model ,Underwood Typewriter , Free And Fast Shipping (UPS Express and Fedex Express )
Underwood Typewriters It requires no special set-up or equipment. Just add paper and write!
Underwood Typewriter is antique typewriter, Underwood Typewriter has been well preserved to the present day and all maintenance has been done.

General Status of the Underwood Typewriter :
- Underwood Typewriter : Good situation
- Underwood Typewriter Ribbon : New
- Underwood type mechanics : Good situation
- Underwood Typewriter exterior and case : Good situation

Underwood Typewriter History :

From 1874, the Underwood family made typewriter ribbon and carbon paper, and were among a number of firms who produced these goods for Remington. When Remington decided to start producing ribbons themselves, the Underwoods opted to manufacture typewriters.

The original Underwood typewriter was invented by German-American Franz Xaver Wagner, who showed it to entrepreneur John Thomas Underwood. Underwood supported Wagner and bought the company, recognizing the importance of the machine.

The Underwood Number 5 launched in 1900 has been described as "the first truly modern typewriter." Two million of these typewriters had been sold by the early 1920s, and its sales “were equal in quantity to all of the other firms in the typewriter industry combined.”When the company was in its heyday as the world's largest typewriter manufacturer, its factory in Hartford, Connecticut was turning out typewriters at the rate of one each minute and, along with Royal Typewriter Company, made Hartford the “Typewriter Capitol of the World”.

Philip Dakin Wagoner was appointed president of the Elliott-Fisher Company after World War I (1914-1918). Elliott-Fisher became the parent of the Underwood Typewriter Company and the Sundstrand Adding Machine Co. In 1927 Wagoner reorganized the company into Underwood-Elliott-Fisher, which later became the Underwood Corporation. The reorganization was completed in December 1927.John Thomas Underwood was elected chairman and Wagoner president of Underwood Elliott-Fisher.

In the years before World War II, Underwood built the worlds' largest typewriter in an attempt to promote itself. The typewriter was on display at Garden Pier in Atlantic City, New Jersey, for several years and attracted large crowds. Often, Underwood would have a young woman sitting on each of the large keys. The enormous typewriter was scrapped for metal when the war started.

During World War II, Underwood produced M1 carbines. Approximately 540,000 M1 carbines were produced from late 1942 to May 1944. Underwood also produced M1 carbine barrels for the U.S. government. Under the Free Issue Barrel Program, barrels were sent to other prime manufacturers who did not possess the machines to make barrels.

In 1945 Wagoner was elected chairman of the board of Underwood, and Leon C. Stowell was elected president. Wagoner remained chief executive.[12] Olivetti bought a controlling interest in Underwood in 1959, and completed the merger in October 1963, becoming known in the U.S. as Olivetti-Underwood with headquarters in New York City, and entering the electromechanical calculator business. The Underwood brand appears in 2021 on some cash registers produced by Olivetti.


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