Add this highly sought after Hermes 3000 Portable Typewriter to your collection!
Made in Switzerland, the Hermes 3000 typewriter is a favorite among typewriter fans.
This typewriter was made in 1968, serial number 3473683. It includes the original case, original manual, and key to lock the case.
Add this collectible typewriter to your home office for a great retro look. Use the typewriter for your creative crafts, or for typing letters to your true love.
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This Hermes 3000 typewriter is in very good vintage condition. The typewriter is in working condition, all keys function as they should. The original ribbon is included, and still works lightly. The typewriter is very clean on the inside and out. There are a few wear marks on the outside of the cover, and an area of wear on the inside of the cover. The typewriter has been very well protected by the cover - there is only one area on the typewriter where the paint is scratched, see photos. The "Hermes 3000" emblem is in very good condition and is still firmly attached to the typewriter. The rubber feet on the bottom of the typewriter are in excellent condition. There is a sticker badge on the front of the typewriter with the previous owners name (we will leave removing this up to you). The original manual is in very good condition. There is a cleaning brush included that snaps into a holder in the cover. The original key for locking the case is also included. The plastic knob covers on the platten rollers are missing, as shown. This does not affect the function of the typewriter. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 Hermes 3000 Portable Typewriter with Case, Original Manual, Brush, and Key (as shown)
- Product Material: Metal, Plastic
- Product Color: Light Industrial Greenish-Grey, White Keys
- Product Dimensions: 13" x 15" x 6" (when in the case)
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