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1948 Smith-Corona "Clipper". This particular late '40s Clipper was among the last of the Speedline bodies to roll off Smith-Corona's assembly line. However, as we've seen, Speedlines continued to appear sporadically well into the 1950s. The Clipper seems to have superceded the Standard name in 1945.

Note the logo, which depicts a Boeing B-314 flying boat. Although the ubiquitious Pan-Am Clippers had been retired from service in 1946, the airplane continued to, and to an extent still does, symbolize travel in style and grace.

Comes with original How To Use Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters Floating Shift Model Book. Both in very good condition, a few scratches but I'm sure it still works. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me I am convo friendly.

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Smith-Corona (Clipper) Typewriter


  • Materials: 1948 smith corona clipper, how to use manual, metal, paper
  • Only ships to United States from Oregon, United States.
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