This is a very old Underwood typewriter I captured at Bonazzaville a tourist attraction in our town. Ahh “The Good Old Days” No crashes, just sticky keys!
When most people think “old typewriter,” they picture something much like the Underwood No. 5. Why? Because this is the most successful typewriter design in history. Appearing shortly before 1900, the Underwood established the stereotype of a typewriter until the introduction of the IBM Selectric in 1961. When the Underwood was first introduced, it was only one of hundreds of competing and extremely varied typewriter designs. But by 1920, almost every typewriter imitated the Underwood.
Processed as a HDR it would make a beautiful card or picture to hang on any wall.
Nikon D80 18-135mm Nikkor Lense