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The Royal Quiet DeLuxe was one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite machines. This was the first model in a series of the Royal Quiet DeLuxe line that outsold any other portables of the time. It was introduced just before World War II, but its production was suspended when Royal Typewriter Company was converted to an ordnance factory to produce weapons. When production resumed in 1946, the Royal Quiet DeLuxe continued to gain a following among on-the-go writers and journalists.
About the Seller
Obsessed with all things wonderful, Modern Commissary draws inspiration from the good luck saying for brides: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe.” We want our items — vintage, handmade, heirlooms, colorful — to be good luck tokens for homes. Keeping money in your shoe may be foolish, but investing in items that makes you smile and bring new life to your space is money well spent.
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- 12" L x 6" W x 6" H