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Antique Typewriters

From Creed to QWERTY

By Michael Adler

ISBN 0-7643-0132-2

Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

Publishing Year: 1997

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Hard Cover

Book Dimensions: 22x28.5 cm

208 Pages

 
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“Since 1973 Michael Adler’s first book, The Writing Machine, has been affectionately called “the bible of the typewriter enthusiast”. Now, the renowned typewriter expert’s new book, Antique Typewriters: From Creed to Qwerty, is sure to stimulate the same enthusiasm all over again, bringing you new and as yet unpublished insights into the origins of the invention itself in a detailed history of the machine.
Over 250 gorgeous photographs illustrate this definitive text, which includes comprehensive directories of typewriter inventions, makes, and models, and a concise guide to their values with advice on buying and collecting.
How much ? when ? how good ? how rare ? who ? why ? if you are looking for answers to any or all of these questions, then Antique Typewriters is the ultimate reference book for you – from the novice typewriter collector to “seasoned old hand” enthusiasts and historians.”


 
 
 



 

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