This machine appeared in 1938 as a complete cosmetic restyling of the production L.C. Smith standard machine. It incorporated the same individual ball-bearing type bar design as had originally been introduced, even though the type-bar mechanism had been altered slightly a few times and the design had been altered to shift the type bars down, rather than up, years prior. Most of these machines also carry a name, such as "Super Speed" seen on this example. The same design was reintroduced after the Second World War and continued into the early 1950's
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