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Underwood Noiseless 77 Typewriter Ribbon & Spool (Black Or Black And Red)

EUR 4,67 ¡Cómpralo ya! 29d, EUR 1,96 Envío, 30-Day Devoluciones

Vendedor: oliverservicesuk (3.856) 99.6%, Ubicación del artículo: Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Realiza envíos a: Worldwide, Número de artículo: 322072209358 This listing is for one UNDERWOOD BLACK OR BLACK AND RED TYPEWRITER RIBBON for the NOISELESS 77. This brand new ribbon will fit the UNDERWOOD NOISELESS 77 typewriter. Each ribbon comes with 2 plastic spools. Each ribbon is 1/2 inch wide. Each ribbon is 12 yds long. The ribbon is 50mm (2") DiameterThe ribbon is 20mm Width (1/2")The Centre Hole is 4mm Orders are dispatched same day or next day. We offer express delivery option, please contact us for details and prices. Some interesting information: The Underwood Typewriter Company was headquartered in New York City, New York. They produced what is considered the first widely successful, modern typewriter and by 1939 Underwood had produced five million machines! Underwood dominated the American typewriter market for many years. In fact, the Underwood Model No. 5 was one of the most successful, four million of them alone were made. Many of these still exist today, exhibiting the quality, precision and its nearly-indestructible workmanship of this beautiful and classic machine. Many classics of modern literature were written on an Underwood. The traditional look of type on the page comes straight from an Underwood and the machine was a favorite of such writers as Raymond Chandler, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and William Faulkner. You should type using your beautiful Underwood, just to experience what it was like to be a typist in the days before electric typewriters and computers.

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