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Typewriter key bracelet from real vintage typewriters, multi-colored, 11 random keys, 7 inch, numbers and letters

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This fun bracelet is made from keys that were salvaged off of several different non-functioning antique typewriters. The bracelet is 7" long, fastens with a fold-over clasp, and features 11 random typewriter keys with different colors and shapes. There are 6 keys with flat bottoms, which are called "tombstone" style keys, and they came off of an old Royal from the 1940's. The other 5 keys are round- 2 are black, 2 are yellowish, and one is white. The round black ones are from another Royal, a little older than the other one. The yellow and white keys are from Remington Portables from the 1920's, which were such cute machines!

The keys in order are Q, Tab Set (kind of hard to see in the photos, it is slightly faded), U, X, 4, 3, Lock, Z, O, 6, and the last key is a cool fraction key with 1/4 and 1/2 (this one is pretty faded, the 1/4 is barely visible). I think some of the distressed keys are the coolest ones, because they really convey the uniqueness of being made out of something so old. This bracelet has a nice representation of old typewriter keys, with a good mix of letters, numbers, and function keys, as well as mixed shapes and colors.


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Typewriter key bracelet from real vintage typewriters, multi-colored, 11 random keys, 7 inch, numbers and letters

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