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SOLD! *NEW* Hammond Multiplex - Early configuration!

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Availability: SOLD! Thanks for looking :-)
Prod. Code: HAMMULTI-1913-C

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Make: Hammond

Model: Multiplex

Date Of Manufacture: 1913

Font / Size: Various type shuttles were available

Condition: Near Mint - Cleaned, oiled, adjusted and new ribbon installed. Consignment that has been professionally refurbished.

Color: NA

Decals: NA

Case: Yes - Good Condition - Crack on front left corner

Owners Manual: No

Accessories: None

Size: 12 1/2" x 11 1/2" x 5 1/2"

Weight: 10 lbs 9 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: Hard to find model and condition! Here is great typewriter for the collector! The early Hammond Multiplex is basically a modified Hammond 12. Later Multiplex models have spool cradles, altered cover, tin case cover and numerous other variances. Becoming harder to find, the Hammond will only increase in value! This is a consignment (see VTS News for more information) and the first of many that I'll be listing. It functions perfectly but the impression strip is missing(as always) so the print is extremely faint. Not for use, display only. This is an investment piece and an important part of typewriter history. It has been carefully degreased, cleaned, adjusted, oiled, tested and comes with a new ribbon installed. Over 3 hour hands on process performed over several days.  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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