Greetings from Melbourne, Australia.
Do you love your typewriter? Do you enjoy writing? Please, feel free to join me in my typewriter adventures anytime.
I’ve lived most of my life in Melbourne, however I spent several years in Brisbane as well. I moved back to Melbourne in 2014, and I’m once again loving this city. It has a tremendous feel for art and culture, and isn’t stinking hot. It’s also the sort of place where you can whip out a typewriter and type – without anyone batting an eyelid or calling you a hipster.
3 thoughts on “Melbourne, Australia.”
I have a olympia sm1 orbis. I cannot move the carriage left or right. Can you help me please?
I saw a picture of “the incredible hulk” at http://typewriterdatabase.com/1958-olympia-sg1.1117.typewriter
I have a SG1 of my own I was hoping to restore and repaint – mechanically I ave been able to bring it back to life but in terms of painting I have been unable to get the “end caps” off the ends of the carriage – presuming you have had experience with this – any tips
I have humm… Blicks #6, Hermes Rocket, Hermes Baby, Remington Monarch x2, Standard Folding and a few other common portables.
Plus some adding machines: FACIT C1-13, Ollivetti Summa PRIMA 20…
I’m from Croydon, VIC