The typewriters you see here in our online store are serviced, cleaned and ready to go. We can likely help you out. We have so many typewriters for sale; over 40 at any given time. Our typewriters are working classics and require special attention and knowledge to ship safely and securely to protect these gems.
Antique - Vintage Typewriters - The Paper Seahorse
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Founded in by Karl Dutczak, with his son Rick at his side, Karl Business Machines typewriter shop provides maintenance and repair services for vintage typewriters and business equipment. After finishing school, Rick started working at the company full time in and eventually taking over the company from his father in Rick has since maintained the family typewriter shop with great pride, providing continued dedication and excellence in serving his customers. The goal of Karl Business Machines is to always keep the family-oriented atmosphere while providing our customers with the detail-oriented levels of service on which they have come to rely. After all these years, even with all the new technology available today, we still believe in the personal touch.
There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. The sturdy, mechanical click-clack of the keys and endearing old-time appearance of an antique typewriter transports the beholder through bygone eras of analog technology and archaic correspondence. Machines in good condition are still usable for crafting documents and letters today, and are fascinating for the different ways in which they work. Vintage typewriters vary in shape, size, space between keys, and available characters and functions, including different methods of key-strike. The earliest models were typically up-strike typewriters, with type bars striking upward from behind to reach the paper.