1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)
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1943 Royal Quiet De Luxe (Black)

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This WWII era Royal QDL (Serial #A1161967) is a real eye-catcher. While it shows some wear from its history, it's still ready and willing to serve as your next typer. 78 years on, it smells a bit musty, but that won't stop it from enabling your correspondence, creativity or next novella.

Acquired from the estate sale of a home in New Hamburg, Ontario that was built prior to Confederation (1867)!

Note there is wear on the top cover. Case has been cleaned but some of the stitching has come apart, particularly on the bottom. But you're not going to leave this piece of history in its case, are you?