There’s still a bit of pitting left behind by the mold that shows up in flash photographs. Maybe a bit of buffing compound might fix that. Flash photography also reveals that the keys are slightly different shades of green .. randomly. thankfully, neither of these things is apparent in normal light.
Actually, now that I ponder it, I believe this is the *third* Quiet-Riter I’ve found in a thrift this year. I bought two, but the one I saw a couple months ago looked like it had been thrown off a cliff. So heartbreaking I couldn’t even take pics or get a serial number off it.. 1958 Remington-Rand Quiet-Riter Eleven #QR3603251 @ TWDB