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Products include: (1913) Royal Master Typewriter. The Master Model of our Standard Typewriter. 19 exclusive features found in no other standard typewriter. Combines all the advantages of several models in one model. (1960) Futura Typewriter. The portable typewriter fro better school work. From this Christmas right through the end of college. The only portable with all the automatic features of standard office machines. Luggage-type carrying case included. (1961) Royal Signet. Full-sized keyboard... rugged all-metal body... two-color ribbon... stencil-cutter... and more. Specialists in Business Machines. (1962) Royal Safari Typewriter. So richly endowed with automatic features, it could get an office job. So simple to operate, any family member can use it proficiently. In 4 decorator colors: Pottery Blue, Regimental Red, Antique Gold, Pewter Grey. (1946) Magic Margin. No more fumbling around with stubborn, hard-to-get-at margin stops! (1936) Touch Control Royal Typewriter. You can easily adapt the key-tension to your exact finger pressure. (1973) Medallion Electric Typewriter. Types circles around other portables with exceptional fuel economy! The Royal Digital 5-T electronic calculator. Displays eight digits right in the palm of your hand. (1975) Royal Calculators. For the office: 12K Desktop Display, 12MK Desktop Display with Memory, 12PR Desktop Printer, 12MPR Desktop Printer with Memory, 14MPR Desktop Printer with Dual Memory. For the pocket: Royal 80K Mini-Size, 90K Basic 4-Function, 90S Basic with Square Root, 91K Constant plus Memory, 91S Constant, Memory, Square Root, Royal 92M Metric Converter, 94F Financial, 99T Scientific, 12HT Higher Math, Royal 12HC Programmable. (1973) Digital 5-T and GT-8. (1930) Royal Typewriter with Vogue Type. Mentions: Listen to Jesse Crawford, "Royal's Poet of the Organ." (1930) Royal Typewriter with Ida M. Tarbell. Author of "Life of Lincoln". (1945) Royal Roytype Park Avenue Carbon Paper. (1944) Royal Carbon Paper Dick Williams Art. (1944) Roytype Ribbons. They're made from a formula which enables the ink actually to flow through the fabric into the used parts - thus constantly renewing life. (1946) Royal Touch Control Dial. Dial adjusts tension to anyone's touch-typing style. (1945) Royal Typewriter Oskar Barshak Artist. (1951) Quiet De Luxe Typewriter. The easiest-writing portable ever built! (1955) Royal Standard Typewriter Miller Art. (1954) Typewriter Endurance Test. Hoboken, New Jersey, at United States Testing Laboratory. Shown: William Shakespeare and Abraham Lincoln. (1944) Royal Typewriter Sheilah Beckett Art. (1965) Royal Touch, Empress Electress and Sahara. (1944) Royal Fingerflow Keyboard. The greatest typewriter engineering science has produced! (1964) Royalite 65 Typewriter. Light-weight portable with full-size keyboard. (1964) Royal Parade Typewriter. (1971) Apollo Electric Typewriter. America's lowest priced electric portable. (1946) Royal Automatic Paper Lock. (1943) Royal Typewriter Artist Millay. (1946) Royal Typewriter Artist Saslow. And More!
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