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Royal KMM (c. 1941)

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Item Number: RO-D0MM
By the late 1930s, Royal had overtaken the Underwood to become the world's No. 1 Typewriter manufacturer. The 1941 model, also known as KMM, sports a rugged crackle paint finish popular for the period.  It offers many sophisticated features that are unavailable to portable machines, such as automatic tab setting and clear as well as keyboard tension adjustment. Becasue of its heavy duty construction, Royal desk models were preferred by business professionals, journalists and schools at the time.

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