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by | Apr 20, 2019 | Royal | 5 comments

Just some views of a 1924 Royal 10 that I finished servicing today. It needed cleaning and new feed rollers. This typewriter belonged to my customer’s great-grandmother. At some point it was rebuilt by Regal. (I would guess in the 1930s, since later rebuilds tended to alter the typewriters with plastic keys, wrinkle paint, and other “modern” touches.)

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  1. Bill M

    Nice work. It looks like new.
    I presently have on on the bench I hope at least looks presentable when I'm finished with it.

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  2. Mary E

    What a beauty – incredible condition.

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  3. Ted

    10 out of 10 on that 10 :D

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  4. DonN

    I saw a Regal rebuild of the exact same model last summer!

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