Designed by an Italian Marcello Nizzoli who is an author of another icon Lettera 22.
This design you can find in MOMA collection!
Model - Olivetti Lexicon 80
Manufactured - Hispano Olivetii aprox 1970
Cover - Aluminium
Paint - Original - Olive green
Ribbon - Universal one or D- 8; GB - 1004
Weight - aprox. 14kg
Measurements - on request
All of our typewriters are serviced by an experienced former Olivetti technician.
Typewriter is ready to be used with new ribbon installed.
1) Mechanism - Excellent
2) Cover - in a very good vintage shape with the top cover slightly cracked, which doesn't affect the functioning and it's not visible from the distance (the 2 last photos)
3) Paint - Original - greyish blue
4) Case - not included
Best Regards from Southern Spain
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
We are Premium shop and all our typewriters, apart from looking great, are in a perfect working order. Once your typewriter arrives at your door, You will find Fully Serviced Typewriter in "Ready to type" mode with new fresh ribbon so you can type over 500 A4 pages. We will add to your order:
+ Test Inspaction Page
+ Our Quality Certificate
+ Reprinted manual instructions
+ Guide how to start and type on typewriter
+ Contact Post-purchase technical online support.
+ Coupone code with great discount if you need to buy an extra ribbons or another gift in the future.
We always install a new ribbon prior to shipping so your typewriter will be ready to use the minute you unpack it. If you need more of them, you can purchase them in our shop (check Ribbon and Accessories section) , we have them always available.
They can be also easily found on our Ebay or Amazon.
Ribbons last a long time unless you're typing constantly. If you type forty or sixty pages a week, you have to change the ribbon once a year or so (with new Original Pelikan ribbon you can write 500 pages easily)
So if all you're doing is casual correspondence you shouldn't have too much to worry about there.