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SOLD! *NEW* LC Smith Corona Four - Red!

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Availability: SOLD! Thanks for looking :-)
Prod. Code: LCSC4-1929-MY4

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Make: LC Smith Corona

Model: Four    

Date Of Manufacture: 1929

Font / Size: Pica - 10 Characters per inch

Condition:  Mint+ (nearly made "Like New" grade) - Cleaned, oiled, adjusted, tested, new ribbon installed. 5 Year Warranty! 

Color: Scarlet Red with Crackle Panels

Decals: Gold

Case: Yes - Very Good Condition

Owners Manual: No

Accessories: VTS Cleaning Kit - oil, dust brush, type face brush and cleaning cloth. Extras - Two(2) extra VTS ribbons! 

Size: 11" x 12" x 5"

Weight: 10 lbs 7 oz

S&H Fees Lower 48 United States: FREE UPS Ground Insured. 

S&H Fees International: USPS Express Mail Service actual shipping less a $25 USD shipping discount. Please email for current rate!

VTS Opinion of Use: Very hard to find condition and much desired color! As close to Like New as you'll ever find! Decals, nickel and paint are nearly perfect! The rear panel is just as beautiful with the decal being pristine! Not common on this model due to the way it locks into the case. Not fast enough for serious, heavy writing but fine for letters, poems or the patient writer. This one is ready to ship, works great and will amaze any who see it in person! This is a consignment piece. Please see VTS News for more information. It has been fully degreased, cleaned, adjusted, oiled, tested and comes with a new ribbon installed. Over 3 hours of a hands on process performed over several days. It's ready to type right out of the box! Thanks for looking and please let me know if you have any questions about this beautiful, original vintage typewriter or need more pictures :-)  




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