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— The Keaton music typewriter — This is a very rare and nearly impossible find. "It was first patented in 1936 (14 keys) by Robert H. Keaton from San Francisco, California. Another patent was taken out in 1953 (33 keys) which included improvements to the machine. The machine types on a sheet of paper lying flat under the typing mechanism. The typewriter made it easier for publishers, educators, and other musicians to produce music copies in quantity. "

VW Bug ☆ Girly Cars for Female Drivers! Love Pink Cars ♥ It's the dream car for every girl ALL THINGS PINK!

I remember my Grand mother having lots of pink dishes, and a clock like this one too.

I have a thing for this vintage typewriter. Would love to own one and feel the click, click, click, and send letters with one :)

vintage pink-these would totally clash with my red kitchen, but I would love to have them!

1950's Royal Typewriter by lovintagefinds on Etsy, $175.00

PInk, Looks like my strawberry shortcake drink, just needs the watermelon and strawberries. YUM !