Lovely working Underwood 315 typewriter from the 1970's or early 80's and made in Yugoslavia in a pale grey and white two tone colour, with black keys and red tab key. This one has the slightly larger "pica" sized type face giving you 10 letters to the inch.
The Olivetti company bought out Underwood in the 1960's and so many Underwood typewriters appeared as rebranded Olivetti machines. This one is really an Olivetti Dora which was designed by Ettore Sottsass who also designed the Olivetti Valentine,so there are a lot of similarities in style between the Dora and Valentine.
This typewriter has been professionally cleaned, serviced, adjusted and tested. It is in full working order and is fitted with a new top quality American made black Universal TW38 ribbon on metal spools so its all ready for you to start typing on.
We can supply Universal typewriter ribbons from £6.95 each including postage.Available in plain black, red/black and a range of other colour options.
This one types well and is in a good condition with just a few light marks on the hard plastic body, mainly at the back.
It comes with it's original black coloured hard vinyl carry case which is a very good condition, with just a few small marks in places.
The typewriter measures 29 cm across by 33 cm deep and is 8.5 cm high.
This is a very good working typewriter with a nice easy typing action and is all ready to just take out of the box and start typing on.
Delivery anywhere within the UK is included in the price.