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IMPERIAL MODEL 58 TYPEWRITER, 1940's

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IMPERIAL MODEL 58 TYPEWRITER, 1940's

Imperial typewriters originated in 1908 in England and were made until personal computers became popular in the 70ís. The company was sold to Litton Industries in 1966 and the typewriters were no longer made in England as of 1974

Donated by Ken Thompson

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  • I am a proud owner of this Greek version typewriter! my grandfather used to write to this machine but now I use it as a decorative..!
    .......... george belessis, greece, 1st of October 2011

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