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hockeyfan
Aug 30, 2015
I remember these ole time typewriters. Saw one sitting an antique shop window not long ago.
KarenBuglet
Aug 29, 2015
Well, this isn't the qwerty layout we are accustomed to, but it's close.
Looks like maybe qwertz. I wonder if the "y" and "z" are the only differences.
KarenBuglet
Aug 29, 2015
Should have read through the comments first. This was already well discussed. Thanks for the information Jamie T.
misty76leigh
Aug 28, 2015
Reminds me of my grandfather's typewriter. :) He liked to write poetry and music.
alhorn
Aug 28, 2015
Memories fdsa jkl; fdsa jkl;
nightmare
Aug 28, 2015
Boy! If the keyboards had the Z where our Y is, I'd be in lots of trouble.
JamieT
Aug 27, 2015
According to Wikipedia, the QWERTZ typewriter is used in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, and Albania. It's largely because the letter "Y" is not commonly used in those languages, and, at least in German, "tz" is fairly common.
animalvr143
Aug 28, 2015
Very interesting. Thank You. I have never heard of it because I have never been outside the US.
jiggler
Aug 27, 2015
Ahh....wrestling with the ribbon....fingers smudged with red and black....loved the 'pingg' at the end of the line and slamming the carriage over to the left :-)
aussiesapphire
Aug 27, 2015
Lol - bringing it all back Jiggler lol. Hugs.
KNadineM
Aug 27, 2015
I didn't actually type on this kind of typewriter but I type on the ones that computer keyboards look the most like. I do remember the smudged red and black fingers and the pingg at the end of the line and slamming the carriage to the left.
KNadineM
Aug 27, 2015
I meant to say that I used to type. I run away from real typewriters now. I like being able to type and delete before the words are actually printed so I don't have to use whiteout.
pixipixil
Aug 27, 2015
I was hopeless too. I toook a year of typing HS but they were concentrated on making no errors I never could type beyond a snail's pace. If typing and piano are the same principle slow won't teach the fingers to remember the patterns.
I still have a royal just like this in basement. It was my aunt's.
pixipixil
Aug 27, 2015
Anybody remember the Typewriter Song?
CatLadyOKC
Aug 27, 2015
My Dad had brought one of these type home when my brother was in grade school, he proceed to take it apart and change it so he could type sheets of music on it for his science project, Dad had a fit...I still have my small electric protable typewriter, but it doesn't spell any better than my computer...my fingers & mind are not alway in the same place...
aussiesapphire
Aug 27, 2015
Yes Pixi, I do remember the typewriter song and loved it. Always worked in typing/secretarial jobs and had a speed once of over 100 wpm. Not so fast now and I do like that it is so easy to fix errors. Oh and the joys of carbon copies, ewwwww. lol - hugs.
retirenow14
Aug 27, 2015
Yeah, that reminds me of high school and college term papers...
jiggler
Aug 27, 2015
I was just thinking about "The Typewriter" - such a clever piece of music by Leroy Anderson. I once saw it performed by an orchestra: the soloist used an actual typewriter! It was great fun :-)
KNadineM
Aug 28, 2015
Oh yes, carbon copies were terrible too! Lol!
pookie123
Aug 27, 2015
This must really be vintage, look where the "z" is. It's not a QWERTY keyboard, it's a QWERTZ keyboard! Unless someone restored it and put the keys in the wrong place. Yes, I learned to type on a one of these. Thank goodness for word processors.
animalvr143
Aug 27, 2015
My guess is somebody put the key back in the wrong place. I have never heard of a typewriter where all those keys showing match the QWERTY keyboard except the Z.
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