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The Silver-Seiko built Royals from the Early 1970’s

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1970 Royal Sprite

1970 Royal Sprite

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Royal Apollo 10 Electric. Not that much bigger and heavier than a Brother JP-1. Silent as a mouse in operation. No motor noise at all.

Royal Apollo 10 Electric. Not that much bigger and heavier than a Brother JP-1. Silent as a mouse in operation. No motor noise at all.

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Top 20 most popular models are now listed in the Typewriter Database. The runaway favorite in terms of number uploaded? The Royal Quiet De Luxe.

Top 20 most popular models are now listed in the Typewriter Database. The runaway favorite in terms of number uploaded? The Royal Quiet De Luxe.

Updated: December 23, 2014 — 12:05 am

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  1. That smile sticker made me think of “Please be kind. Rewind.” Did you make sure to rewind your Apollo?

    1. well, I wound it’s cord when I put it away. :D

  2. I like the look and “the sound” of the Apollo, looks like it should have a built-in radio like some of those Silver-Seiko built Royals have. :)

    1. Yes! It should indeed!

      A bit saddening that it’s electric, although it still has actual typeslugs. It does look like fun!

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