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The Smith-Corona Floating Shift Typewriter Repair Bible is now available! 334 Pages, Professionally printed and coil bound to lay flat on your work table.

Includes:
Smith-Corona “Floating Shift” User Manuals
Complete 1947 and 1951 Service, Troubleshooting and Adjustment Manuals Covering Portable Manual Typewriters:
Smith-Corona Squareline (Flat-top), Speedline and Super-5 Series – Standard, Clipper, Sterling, Silent and Silent-Super
Complete 1955 Tools and Exploded Parts Reference Manual Covering Portable Manual Typewriters:
Smith-Corona Squareline (Flat-top), Speedline and Super-5 Series – Standard, Clipper, Sterling, Silent and Silent-Super
Reference Catalog: Smith-Corona Typewriter Typefaces and Keyboards
Illustrated Smith-Corona “Floating Shift” Model Age Guide

 

The Noiseless Standard Typewriter Repair Bible is now available! 344 Pages, Professionally printed and coil bound to lay flat on your work table.

Includes:
Remington Standard Noiseless User Manual

1936 & 1945 Service, Troubleshooting and Adjustment Manuals
Covering Typewriters: Underwood and Remington Noiseless Standard

1929, 1933, 1937 & 1942 Exploded Parts Reference Manual
Covering Typewriter: Underwood Noiseless Standard

1930 Underwood Noiseless Standard Typewriter Type Catalog

1946 Underwood and Remington Noiseless Standard Tools Reference

Updated: August 30, 2017 — 8:50 pm

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  1. Glad to hear you’re back in business! Kind regards,

  2. Good to see you’ve found a publisher.

  3. Great to see your volumes coming out in print again. (And your Rocket, like all Hermes, has amazing alignment!)

  4. Excellent, Ted! I’ll get around to snagging a few of these at some point. Got plans for the Royals too, by chance?

    1. Well, the two “general” books cover royals (1940’s standard & portables = Orange, 1960’s standards & electric = Brown). Other than that, I have the Sabre service manual (basically covers all the segment shifted royal portables from 50’s/60’s/70’s). That’s about it.

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