An Adler 30, picture taken in rather strong sunlight. These older machines are beautiful to look at, but rather large. Sigh.
Beautiful Remington Remette - still with blue paper rolled around the platen! The seller knew what it was worth, too, and so it was a tad out of my league. I passed on regretfully.
Swiss-made Patria - identical form factor to my Japy Script. This machine still lingers at the thrift store where I found it, at a very affordable price, but ... eh. The dull color, ordinary font... a bit staid for me at this point.
A portable Erika from the 20s, found next to the first Adler 30.
I've been keeping an eye out for this variant of the Hermes Baby - it looks exactly like the plastic ones, but it was made a few years before (in Switzerland, not Brazil), has the same color scheme of the Hermes 3000, and is all-metal. This was being offered at a great price, but AZERTY? Ugh.
One of the shiny black Hermes 2000s... these crop up often, and I can just visualize them properly cleaned and polished with a good coating of Turtle Wax (or the local equivalent). Gorgeous!