Carriage available in left-to-right movement. Add in the holidays, and one would expect to see parts manufacturing slow down drastically at the end of the year. Blickensderfer and P. Smith-Corona Skyriter Serial 2Y When Smith-Corona debuted an entirely revamped line inamong them was a brand-new model, the Skyriter. From research I understand that it is relatively difficult to age a V serial typewriter. I base this on 1 the fact that every Speedline built for the government during WWII and all S-C portables built during the war were for the US government and all post-war speedlines were finished in "crinkle" paint; and 2 a chip in the paint on the back of this machine reveals the exact same dark red gloss finish as the Sterling pictured below.
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A low-cost portable for the depression erathe Junior was made from It may be a vey "common" machine, but its ingenious design and historical significance should give it a place in every typewriter enthusiast's collection. Besides the two additional keys, you can tell a Model 88 from the earlier Model 6A and 7A by its uniform dark-green keys the 6A and 7A had the same two-tone green keys as early Super-5 portables. Thank you in advance. I'm basing the date upon the copyright of the manual included with the machine. Since we only have the final serial number produced in each year, we now only know the production of the final 2 months of each year from then on, but we can make educated guesses from that information. Very little definite information is available for later Galaxie-class models.