The Blickensderfer Typewriters M60 Home

09.03.2018 : In November 2018, I will be adding these four marvelous typewriters at the rate of 1 per week.

The first Blickensderfer typewriter was shown at the 1893 Columbian Exposition, but was not available for purchase until 1894. By 1895 sales were substantial. This Five has a QWERTY kerboard and was sold with a sturdy oak case.

Blick 5

The first Blickensderfer typewriter was shown at the 1893 Columbian Exposition, but was not available for purchase until 1894. By 1895 sales were substantial. This Five has a QWERTY kerboard and was sold with a sturdy oak case.

This Blick 6 was exclusivly available made with lightweight aluminum. It was durable, light weight, and very attractive. Like all of the museum's Blicks. It, too, has the QWERTY keyboard. We are eader to add a DHIATENSOR Blick. Very eager.

Blick 6

The Blick 6 was made exclusively from lightweight aluminum. It was durable, light weight, and very attractive. Like all of the museum's Blicks. It, too, has the QWERTY keyboard. We are eader to add a DHIATENSOR Blick. Very eager.


The Seven was the first typewriter in the Mellow 60s Museum collection. I don't know what web links led me to it, but I will be eternally thankful for having found this beautiful machine. Heavier, new features, and solid performance make the Blick 7 an important contributor to the development of typewriters.

Blick 7

The Seven was the first typewriter in the Mellow 60s Museum collection. I don't know what web links led me to it, but I will be eternally thankful for having found this beautiful machine. Heavier, new features, and solid performance make the Blick 7 an important contributor to the development of typewriters.

jlp Ah, the eye-popping beauty of the Blick 8 with its riveting two-column upward angling tabulator! It is an optional feature and joined a few other appearance and design changes, continuing the Blick tradition of excellence.

Blick 8

Ah, the eye-popping beauty of the Blick 8 with its riveting two-column upward angling tabulator! It is an optional feature and joined a few other appearance and design changes, continuing the Blick tradition of excellence.


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