|TYPEWRITERS by Will Davis -- LINKS Page
Here are some links to various places in the world of typewriters. Some feature antique machines, some portables, and some both; some sell machines as well. I've tried to link everyone who links to me; if you're missing, let me know.
|Chuck & Rich Long time friends, and owners of a large collection; publishers of ETCetera for years.
Richard Polt One of the greatest antique typewriter sites, with the famous Remington Portables article
Neale Clifton This is the site "Dead or Resurrected: The history of the manual portable typewriter."
Shannon Johnson Excellent website featuring extensive and well-researched OLIVER and CORONA materials
Eclectisaurus One of my early contacts, who sells machines on e-Bay and has a fantastic photo museum online.
TW-DB database Typewriter Serial Number database, by Dirk Schumann, featuring anything that types
Charles Gu "My Typewriter dot com" wherein Charles sells great reconditioned machines that you can use now
Aurelio Dragonetti See some odd and rare machines, or at least things found only in Europe
Tony Casillo Tony's excellent and long-running website about antique machines
Richard Milton A study of the early days of mass produced portables with great illustrations
Martin Howard Wonderful antique typewriter collection shown online by this famous collector
Herman Price Herman has assisted with a number of articles on my site, and HIS site is well worth studying in detail!
Jack Tanner Newspaperman and antique typewriter collector brings a unique and personal look at our hobby
Historischesbuero This collector's group, in German, is owned by long-time friend Norbert Schwarz; this group has assisted in a number of ways regarding German machines, and the collaboration continues to expand.
The Portable Typewriter Forum My forum on portable typewriters; with over 500 members and hundreds of messages per month. Lots of information in text and photo form on many aspects of portables, and some very rare machines too.
Bob Aubert has been collecting not only typewriters but other machines for many years, and you can find him here.
Syracuse, New York typewriter history by DAVID DEACON
Wim Van Rompuy and Guy Perard: WWW.TYPEWRITER.BE
|Slide Rules by D. Davis My brother's extensive website on slide rules, with lots of never-seen material and rules.|
|Typewriters for Sale A new Yahoo-based group by Chuck & Rich which features listings of machines available from anyone, anywhere. This group replaces the long-standing "TW List" operated by Chuck & Rich.|
|More typewriter links.|
|The Site for Collectors of Portable Typewriters.
Online since March, 2000.
|Click the logo at left to reach the new ETCetera homepage. Now edited by Richard Polt. Find out about subscription, benefits -- and back issues still available.|