"L.C.Smith" in gold on Paper Rest. "Silent" below the type-face arm assembly
"8 14 Silent "; "L.C.Smith and Corona tyepwriters OF CANADA LIMITED"; "Made in Canada" on rear.
Recovered from the J.Lewis and Sons Lumber Mill, East River, Sheet Harbour following a fire that destroyed the mill in 1947. The typewriter was damaged in the fire - see condition remarks. An attept had been made to repair the (now lost) damaged front bar with electrical tape, some of which still survives. electric tape.
In 1923 L.C.Smith Bros. acquired the Corona Typewriter Company and formed the L.C.Smith and Corona Typewriter Company Ltd. subsequently they opened a factory in Totonto, Canada, and L.C. Smith and Corona tyewriter Company of Canda Ltd.