I've been tardy in my correspondence and in sharing the sharable items online, but here is another installment at last of Revolution in the Mailbox.
First, from Alan Brignull came these beautifully printed pieces of paper:
Alan comments in his elegant hand:
Thanks to Peter Eipers for a very nice letter featuring a custom Underwood stamp and a clever card. I like this concept and think this ought to be a trend!
From Holland comes a postcard from Agent S. W., featuring a Royal Quiet De Luxe that has seen better days:
If I'm not mistaken, S. W.'s report can be found here.
From Richard Jarvis comes an appealing typewriter postcard:
Thanks, Richard! A very nice design. Feel free to post a link to the Etsy store if you comment.
From ZetiX in England came a package of Typosphere postcards in four great designs. Thank you! How can other typospherians get these?
I'll also take this opportunity to thank Mark of TotallyYourType for his nice letter and for finding an Adler Universal for me! He brought it to West Virginia and surprised me with it. I knew that if I complained long enough, someone would connect me with a Universal. I've been cleaning it up and enjoying discovering its features.
I appreciate everyone's correspondence. Forgive my less than prompt response, it's been a very busy couple of months.