The first sighting last week was this rather unappealing Hermes 3000...
Which was followed by an almost identical one (except this was a Media 3)...
And yet another, a few feet away. It was really quite odd! But there were a couple of other machines too...
A '40s Hermes Baby with French AZERTY keyboard,
This beautifully-bulbous Remington Quiet-Riter,
And just when we thought we'd seen everything, this Underwood standard with an extra-long carriage.
This Erika 5 Tab has just appeared at a local thrift store, and seems to be in rather nice shape. Pity I have a couple of Erikas already, one of which is almost identical.
This week, we came upon this absolutely gorgeous Triumph, with an international QWERTY keyboard. I keep peering at the type slugs to see if an unusual typeface will give me a good excuse to make a purchase, but this was ordinary pica. Sigh. Hopefully it will still be there next week?
The same seller was offering this Mignon Index Typewriter, with a print-out from Richard's site (translated into French) rolled around the platen to demonstrate the value of the machine. How amusing!
The other thrift store in town had a couple of machines I'd already seen, and this was the newcomer: a Triumph Tippa with techno pica typeface.
And... that just about wraps things up. Now we'll just have to wait and see what shows up next Saturday :)