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  1. This is so great. I’ll fire up my time machine and pick up some platens, feed rollers, a bunch of rubber feet and several yards of type bar rest.

  2. I like how the platen hardness types are listed as types A, M, E, and S!

  3. Ted-

    From time to time you reference (NOMDA?) platen diameter sizing … is that information available online? I cannot seem to find it. Thanks.


    1. “Liste der Herstellungsdaten deutscher und auslandischer Schreibmaschinen, 1962 Edition.” it’s in the TWDB file area under Age Lists

      1. Sweet – thank you!

  4. My Dad was a typewriter repairman back in the day. I have his tools and don’t know what to do with them. Can you help me find a buyer?

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