The 1940s Royal Quiet Deluxe was one of the finest machines of its era—built with an almost unstoppable quality of construction—and it quickly became famed as the "writer's typewriter." One of the last of Royal's glass-key machines, the Quiet Deluxe was favored by Ernest Hemingway for its durability, practical functionality, and understated good looks.
Fully functional and in original working condition. New ribbon has been installed. All mechanical parts have been inspected to ensure perfect functionality. A hand-typed guide outlining how to care for your typewriter is included.