Noiseless Typewriters have always been the best for Low Noise Typing through out history as if we Compare the Sound of Underwood Number 5, it will be Rated 9/10 a it has a loud Sound while typing and and SM3 8/10 as well, when i rate this Noiseless Typewriters at 2/10 for the Minimum sound it does as all you will hear is your Fingers strikes on keys and a small mechanical sound inside the typewriter commanding the Slugs to Softly hit the Platen.
We sold as many as 20 Noiseless Typewriters to International Novelists and University instructors that loved these after our service as we make sure they out perform in performance any other Typewriter specially when it comes to low noise.
The Uncommon Underwood 77
Serial 1512XXX from 1946 which is directly after World war 2.
Why Buy this Typewriter?
· Professionally Serviced
· Excellent cosmetic condition
· Perfect Performance.
· Newly Revived Mechanism
. Clear Typeface.
. Smooth Typing.
Matte Dark Grey
Excellent cosmetic Condition.
Deeply Cleaned ( as in Second Picture ) .
Chrome Finish is Excellent.
Minor paint scratches on the sides of the frame & one mark on the back.
Rubber Feet are in excellent Condition, Like New.
Made for Long hours of Smooth & Noiseless Typing.
I have Always Said it, when you get used to a Silent Typewriter, you will not be able to use any other portable as it is Smooth, Less Noisy and Looks great.
Lid and Base have normal age and usage signs and Scratches from inside and outside. Pictures can give a better evaluation.
the Case has a rare Sticker from the famous ships Cunard white star "Queen Mary". worn and only show half of it. This ship is now in Long Island California.
New Black & Red Ribbon Fitted on Original Metal Rings.
Keyboard & Font/Typeface:
PICA Typeface (10 pts per inch).