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This is my fourth typewriter, Howard. I named him that, but call him Mr. Jingles, because the little clapper on his bell is loose, so he jingles with every keystroke. I got him my senior year of high school I believe. This is the smallest and lightest of all my typewriters- even the font is a bit smaller than all the rest of my machines. The keys actually fold down flat for better portability, and it’s kept in its case that way. I like Remingtons because they’re fairly small (or quite small, in this case) and well made. Someone just didn’t take good care of Barbara, so she’s a bit under the weather. But whoever had this one took great care of it because it’s in excellent shape.
This one is from the 1930’s.

This is my fourth typewriter, Howard. I named him that, but call him Mr. Jingles, because the little clapper on his bell is loose, so he jingles with every keystroke. I got him my senior year of high school I believe. This is the smallest and lightest of all my typewriters- even the font is a bit smaller than all the rest of my machines. The keys actually fold down flat for better portability, and it’s kept in its case that way. I like Remingtons because they’re fairly small (or quite small, in this case) and well made. Someone just didn’t take good care of Barbara, so she’s a bit under the weather. But whoever had this one took great care of it because it’s in excellent shape.

This one is from the 1930’s.

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