It's arrived! I was advised to pick up my shipment of new typewriters at my convenience and did just that last Sunday afternoon. I figured it would be the have the least traffic of any time of the week and I was right. The traffic was not light, but it was not the usual horrendous … Continue reading Hello, Triumph Gabriele 20!
I attended Wordcamp Manila 2018 yesterday at the iAcademy in Yakal, Makati and it was fun. Overall, a valiant effort by a growing body of WordPress users representing a cross-section of the different kinds of people who use WordPress whether as end-user such as bloggers and seller sites, or as back-end, those involved in the … Continue reading Does a Typewriter Help You Write?
There’s a recently restored 1946 Underwood Champion sitting quietly beside me and I’m basking in its satisfying presence. I mean, you know how much trouble it entails to restore these babies, yes? So this one’s done and I’m going to enjoy it for all its worth. Red hails from Olongapo City, where Subic, the 262 … Continue reading Little Red: U are the Champion
I have just finished the restoration of a 1928 Underwood Five and am very happy with its appearance. When I look at the typewriter market out there I can easily find two other U5s for sale, one at 9250 Pesos and another at 8000 Pesos. While those unit are the same as the one I … Continue reading Becoming a Savvy Typewriter Collector – Part II
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As a prospective Filipino typewriter collector, I’ll tell you up front that you are not likely to find mint-condition typewriter specimens. I’m with is FaceBook group see, that has antique typewriters collection as its commonality. The majority of the members of the group seem to be on the U.S. mainland and there’s a small (or … Continue reading Working with What We’ve Got