Remington Model 5 Streamline Portable (1937)
This very attractive looking 'streamline' portable was assembled in London from parts in the USA in 1937, and has gold lettering on the shiny black enamel paintwork. The machine has been fully serviced with a new ribbon fitted and is in very good working order, it writes with a lovely clear pica 10 typeface (10 characters to the inch). The good quality keyboard has very nice chrome key rings with black keytops, and the typewriter is supplied with it's original carry case and a copy of user instructions. A very nice example of this popular model from the famous Remington company.
Replacement ribbon for this machine is available to rewind onto the original spools. (group 1)