Continental Accounting (1 View for now) M60 Home     European Gallery

A frontal view of the Continental accounting typewriter, an German made machine which, like most of its kind, is very large and very heavy. I will be adding more photos of the typewriter soon.

This German Continental was made in 1936, as Hitler was in the early stages of his European horror. This machine is just a workhorse, however, and is simply a superbly made and beautiful typewriter. The Continental was available as a Standard and as an accounting typewriter. The beauty of this one, the accounting version, must be seen first-hand to fully appreciate it.

No SS or other Nazi symbols, thank God, to mar its beauty.

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