Pardon the feint print, but I'm using the ribbon that came with the machine which still had a fairly good amount of printable ink in it.
OH! OH! A BOX! Note the bashed corners.
I don't think I mentioned the stabilizing protective cardboard.
Oh! It's love at first sight.
I absolutely adore the style of the badge on the Gossen Tippa. That 'SS' part of Gossen is very subtle, and stylish.
Link to Cameron's Tippa can be found HERE. Does anyone have any ideas about the skipping?
And finally, it has a magnificent folding arm that folds into a slot on the keyboard.
I absolutely adore this machine. Compared to the gruff industrialism of the first model, and the over-styling and fattening of the latter Tippas, I feel that this machine is the most refined and beautiful. The Tippa that followed immediately afterwards is a fine machine, but this one has my heart.