Made in 1936
The typestyle is Pica(10 Characters per Inch) and the Carriage Width is 9 Inches With Wood Carry Case and Facsimile Manufacturers Instruction Book
Case Colour is Red over Black with White on Black Keytops
I have dismantled, cleaned, lubricated and adjusted this machine for best performance
A new Black/Red ribbon has been fitted
First introduced in America in the mid-1930's, the Remington Streamliner (based on the Remington Five) was the last word in modernity and style. With its tactile shape, a complete change from the rather boxy machines that had gone before, it was an immediate success. Remington had a British subsiduary, and in due course they introduced their own version of this machine which came in two versions - The Victor 'S' and Victor 'T'. The Victor 'T' was the luxury model of the two, with a tabulator and freehead.
Featuring a 42-character keyboard, tabulator and handy freehead for lining up pre-printed forms, this was a well-specified typewriter for the period. It has been fully serviced and fitted with new feedrolls. Brand new reproduction rubber feet have been fitted and it is all set to give many more years of sterling service. Perfectly capable of a variety of work, this machine would make the perfect gift for someone special - or simply the ultimate treat for yourself !
PRICE £360 - SOLD
Plus £25 UK Postage