Montag, 4. Februar 2013

SHBS/Collector's Club Meeting 2.2.2013


Yes. This is a row of Corona 3 and cousins.

That is a Princess Karat up there on the left.
Many more pictures after the break.

Noiseless mechanism.

Olivetti 1, M20 and ICO.




Adler Family Picture.


Indeed.





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Kommentare:

Miguel Ángel Chávez Silva hat gesagt…

Wow, fantastic venue, and fantastic machines they had on display! I'm amazed at the Sholes & Glidden, complete with sewing machine-style cabinet and "throttle pedal!". And the crates for the old desktops! I spy a "Remington Typewriter" crate there. Impressive!

I'll have to find a good carpenter (or try to remember what my dad taught me about carpentry) and try to build some crates like those... old-style, of course, with good dovetail or cabinet finger joints!

Ton S. (I dream lo-tech) hat gesagt…

M1, M20, Ico - the holy trinity.

Richard P hat gesagt…

Looks wonderful!

Bill M hat gesagt…

Looks like a wonderful place to visit. It is great that you got to attend such a meeting. I think one of the high spots would be getting to see a real live and in-person (or in-typewriter) Writing Ball.

Scott Kernaghan hat gesagt…

Ohhhhhhhhh.......
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh........
Ohhhh!!!

notagain hat gesagt…

Wish I could have attended one of these meetings when I was there. Great photos!

Ted hat gesagt…

just wow! :D

shordzi hat gesagt…

This definitely was a super event - I took some close-ups of the tools here: http://schreibmaschinenbasel.blogspot.ch/2013/02/nutzliches-werkzeug-zur.html
I hope this workshop series continues - I am sure it will after the big success it met at this premiere.

schrijfmachine hat gesagt…

Wauw, very nice display of typewriters!

Nat hat gesagt…

WOWZERS!!!
Wow.



Wow.

Dwayne F. hat gesagt…

Oh, my goodness... What an amazing array of machines. Did you actually get to touch any of the rarities?

Adwoa hat gesagt…

What fun! Thanks for sharing.

maschinengeschrieben hat gesagt…

Thanks for all of your comments!
Visiting the museum and the workshop were great experiences. I didn't get to type on the Malling-Hansen ;), but most of the machines weren't behind glass. A Klein-Adler on the sales shelf was the only machine I actually wrote on, though.

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