Lambert #14, circa 1902 (17 Views) M60 Home

Of all the typewriters in the collection which draw a reaction for oddity, this one may come in last. Why? Because most people seem to think it's a telephone or ... something. But it truly is a marvelous machine in appearance and operation.

The Lambert is more bulky than large, and one must be cautious with the buttons. They have the figures on a plastic cover attached to each of the round buttons. These come off and can be easily lost. Take care!

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