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  1. David Brechbiel

    Wow busy times! I am seriously looking for a Lettera 22 and wonder if the typeface is standard or rare? Typeface title? Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Richard P

    I don't know, or have forgotten, what the typeface is called (it's not here), but it is neither standard nor rare. It's a style that you'll find sooner or later. I also have it on my Lexikon 80.

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  3. Bill M

    Great looking typewriters. You've got quite a busy schedule. May has been super busy with Mrs. M and myself. I hope to do some porch typing before long and get back to blogging. Michigan sure is nice! There'll be a Type-In in Traverse City June 24.

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  4. Joe V

    Enjoy your travels.

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  5. David Brechbiel

    Bill, l am about 5 hours away from you and considering attending your Type-In do you have a link to a web or Facebook page?

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  6. Jim Pennington

    Nice speciality keys on the Imperial c/o and th … and that open 1/ fraction. As is usual they are on the outer right hand of the keyboard and are at the very outside of the type keybank where it would be easiest to have them fitted as upgrades

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  7. McTaggart

    I believe it may be called Bodoni

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  8. Richard P

    I wonder whether these were standard on the typewriters they sold in the US (which were very few). In the UK these keys were mostly taken up with a profusion of fractions.

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  9. Richard P

    Thanks. There is a Bodoni font that is vaguely similar, but I don't think I've run across a typewriter typeface called Bodoni.

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