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Ernest Hemingway’s Underwood Typewriter Is up for Auction

Ernest Hemingway’s Underwood Typewriter Is up for Auction

Unleash your inner wordsmith with a piece of literary history – Ernest Hemingway’s 1926 Underwood Standard Portable typewriter. This well-preserved relic, possibly wielded by the master himself during the creation of “A Moveable Feast,” boasts the undeniable aura of Hemingway’s genius, evident in the letter marks on the platen. Complete with a paper label bearing the iconic “Ernest Hemingway / Key West, Fla.,” this treasure trove includes six original envelopes, five addressed to Hemingway, and four photo negatives from his childhood found hidden in the case. The chance to own a tangible slice of literary legacy is now at your fingertips, as bidding for this extraordinary artifact concludes on December 15th. Don’t miss your shot to connect with Hemingway’s spirit and bring home a piece of storytelling history.

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