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IMPERIAL TYPEWRITER WITH WAR FINISH 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. This machine was made during or shortly after WW2 when factory's were being used for the War effort and the normal Stove Enamel was in short supply.

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