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Remington typewriter - black with red/black ribbon, paper setting from 1 to 12 inches.
There is a paper roller.
The keys are silver and black.
The top 5 keys are L pounds and /- shillings; metal spring that is tabulator for columns

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Australian built Remington typewriter.



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US Pat Office US 16 in gold leaf.
Australian built Remington Standard 100 - Save time to lengthen life.

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Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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