Imperial Good Companion Model 1 typewriter
Imperial Good Companion Model 1 from 1939
Not to Miss Version of Imperial Good Companion Model 1.
Price is a reflection of work done on it and final condition as we rarely get such an excellent finish.
Serial is BJ XXX from 1937.. Its considered Early model of the Typewriters with King George Emblem on the right side. previously they did not have any Emblem or a small Golden one.
Each Key ring was taken out and re polished and each key slug was also taken out to flush the keys segment.
We pride our self to be delivering the best Imperial Good companion after genuinely cleaning them in the best way they deserve to look great and work even better and smoother.
Why Buy this Typewriter?
- Professionally Serviced
- fully dismantled for a deep clean
- Excellent Performance and clear Typing
- Pica Typeface (10 pts per inch)
- Very nice Glossy Finish in Black
- Perfect Decals.
- Excellent Case
Extra Clean and in Excellent Cosmetic condition.
Chrome finish in pristine condition and paint newly polished to look wonderful.
Pictures will say it all.
Like all our Typewriters, It is perfectly checked and serviced for a perfect typing experience.
Key types Segment completely flushed of dirt and grease after taking out all the keys and individually cleaning. This helps the keys to be smoother than any other machine you ever typed on.
Excellent Bell at the end of each line.
Original lid and base.
Newly prepared handle.
Minor age signs on the outside.
New Black and Red Ribbon will be Fitted on Original Good Companion Spools before dispatch.
Keyboard & Font/Typeface:
Pica Typeface ( 10 pts per inch)