IBM Typewriters

IBM, a titan in the typewriter industry, revolutionized typing in the 20th century. Beginning with the IBM Electric Typewriter in the 1930s after buying the rights to Electromatic Typewriters, they introduced innovations like the IBM Selectric in 1961, famous for its “golf ball” element and allowing fast, efficient typing. IBM’s typewriters, blending technological advancement with usability, set new standards in offices worldwide, paving the way for the future of word processing and computing.

IBM Electronic Typewriter 6746
Seller's notes: "Power cord."
Buy it now: £125.00
Free Shipping
IBM Operating Instructions for The Selectric 82 Typewriter 1970s, English
Seller's notes: "Photos show the condition of the item(s) you will receive."
Buy it now: £9.45
Free Shipping

Read more about the history of IBM typewriters.