1963 Cyrillic Aztec 14
Up for sale is an uncommon Aztec 14 with a Cyrillic keyboard. This typewriter was made in USSR-occupied Germany in 1963, as marked on the rear of the machine. This typewriter is a re-branded Erika Model 14.
This typewriter is in good shape overall, although the typebasket cover and some parts of the body have some discoloration or other cosmetic flaws. Mechanically, this machine is fully functional right down to the bell, and is an excellent machine to type on. If you know the language and have use for this machine, it's an excellent workhorse with a smooth mechanism. If you could use this machine to write a novel on, then this machine is a perfect candidate for the task or any other heavy duty typing job. This machine also comes with a couple cleaning brushes and some extra hardware including several blank keytops.
If you're in the market for a Soviet-made machine with a Cyrillic keyboard that is ready to be used heavily and reliably, then this is a perfect choice.