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  • This Remington Super-Riter typewriter ribbon spool is 2 inches in diameter
  • This Remington Super-Riter typewriter ribbon has twin plastic spools and a removable core
  • This Remington Super-Riter black and red nylon typewriter ribbon is ½ of an inch wide
  • This Remington Super-Riter typewriter ribbon with a removable core has twin plastic spools

Remington Super-Riter Red & Black Nylon Typewriter Ribbon

$7.99
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TW38-0040
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2.00 Ounces
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Product Description

We specialize in pre-WWII typewriters, accessories & memorabilia. Buy ribbons from folks that know typewriters.

You love antiques and there's nothing you like better than typing on your old Remington Super-Riter Typewriter.

This is a brand new red & black typewriter ribbon that will fit a Remington Super-Riter typewriter. It comes with 2 plastic spools. The ribbon is 1/2 inch wide. The core of the typewriter ribbon spool is removal to better fit most typewriters. Please make sure your model is listed below to avoid disappointment. Model not listed? Email us and we will try to accommodate.


Buy yourself a new Remington ribbon today!

 

Why buy a Nylon ribbon?


If you do a lot of typing, our nylon ribbons with medium inking are the best type of ribbon for you to use. Cotton ribbons and cheap plastic ribbon hold too much ink. If you’re using standard type styles, often the strike-heads of lower case letters like e-a-o-w-p-q will soon become so filled up with ink that the letter will be unrecognizable when it imprints on the page.


Which models does this ribbon fit?
Remington Super-Riter

 

SPECS AT A GLANCE:
Ribbon material: nylon
Ribbon color: red & black
Spool diameter: 2 inches
Spool material: Plastic
Ribbon width: 1/2 inch

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