Wednesday, September 27, 2017

A Woodstock workhorse

Mid-1920s Woodstock catalogue, courtesy of Peter Weil














 












Writer Robert Bloch on his Woodstock:




6 comments:

  1. That's one pretty deco machine, right there. If I could find a Woodstock over here, I would snap it up in an instant. Always hearing about what good machines they are.

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  2. Congratulations on the beautiful Woodstock. I wonder if they ever made a Mill.

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  3. What a fun machine, and at such a reasonable price. Great find and great post, Richard!

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  4. This machine seems like it found its proper owner!

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  5. Your Woodstock reminds me a bit of my Remington Model Seventeen, made in 1941. The Woodstock has a few more interesting artistic touches, such as the side panels. They're great!

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  6. Funny that the company didn't last and yet was the main producer of typewriters during the war. You'd think they would have gained a huge advantage over the competition, much like Harley Davidson did.

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