How many of these 12 old typewriters can you identify? Brand names will suffice, no need for the model number. Answers at bottom of post.
An easy one to ease you into it. Cryptic clue: Razors and rifles.
First rival for question 1, note the central spring. Cryptic clue: "Beautiful writer" said James Densmore.
Cryptic clue: Royal, or otherwise.
Cryptic clue: Syracuse leader.
Cryptic clue: The key is the key at the back. What an organ!
Cryptic clue: Big Ben (as in Benjamin).
Cryptic clue: Masked British magicians.
Cryptic clue: "The Mississippi Delta was shining like a ... guitar".
Cryptic clue: What the Dickens? Some twist!
Cryptic clue: It strikes back.
Cryptic clue: ... Milk ... - "He thinks you're talking about Dylan Thomas, whoever he was." (Yes, rhymin' Paul Simon again.)
Cryptic clue: The 5lb Secretary.
Answers: 1, Remington, 2, Caligraph; 3, Bar-Lock; 4, Smith Premier; 5, Hammond; 6, Franklin; 7, Maskelyne; 8, National; 9, Oliver; 10, Empire; 11, Underwood; 12, Blickensderfer.