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30 years of progress?

by | Nov 9, 2014 | Royal | 10 comments

 

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  1. Miguel Chávez

    That Royal 10 is a beauty!

    I have a newer model (single glass pane) that is in urgent need of a complete functional restoration, I might send it to Mr. Trenado next month.

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  2. Scott K

    That 10 sure is gorgeous.
    What surprises me the most about Royal is their insistence on using that nightly fragile escapement mechanism right up till the KMM. At heat mostly a Royal 1. Until that "magic" grey!

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  3. Bill M

    Grand looking Royal 10!

    I've had a Royal 10 on hte wish list for years. One day I hope to find one that does not need shipped.

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  4. Anonymous

    I wish I could fix up the Royal 10 I found at the local thrift joint, but I'm happy with my FPP. I was able to test the carriage shift on it, and it's much lighter than I expected! Great find!

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  5. Richard P

    Do we have some autocorrect peculiarities going on here? Anyway, I was not aware of the change in escapement design. I should look into that.

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  6. Richard P

    That model should have basket shift.

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  7. Martin A. Rice, Jr.

    Of course, 1921 has it all over that "Let's be like the military" madness.

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  8. TonysVision

    I have a love/hate relationship with autocorrect on my Samsung tablet. It can be helpful one time, and things can go very, very wrong the next.

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  9. TonysVision

    I love my Royal 10, pulled from a neighbor's garbage can in the late 1960's. I liked the elite font for postcards and letters home, and annotating 3X5 library file cards keeping track of my collection of reel-to-reel music collection.

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