1960s Adler J2
Up for sale is an uncommon Adler J2 which was manufactured sometime in the 1960s in Western Germany. This machine is in near mint shape both cosmetically and mechanically, and is an impressively smooth and reliable machine to write with. The elite font is unique to this model, and is extremely crisp and classy. The only downsides to this machine is that the two front rubber feet are missing, and the rear feet could be replaced since they are hard. If you don't decide to buy new feet, I would highly recommend investing in a typewriter pad (https://typewriterreview.com/2016/01/27/typewriter-pads-reviewed/) so that the typewriter remains completely stationary while in use. I have left ample room in the price for either solution, as this would normally be a slightly more expensive machine. The right-hand latch on the carrying case is missing, however the left latch still works perfectly and does keep the case completely closed, so this is no factor other than cosmetic.
This typewriter uses universal ribbons which are sold on this site, and the original owner's manual is included with this machine.
If you're looking for an excellent German-made typewriter in near mint shape that can be used extremely heavily and reliably, then this is one of my highest recommendations.