I can't think of a better Valentine's gift than a vintage red Olivetti Valentine typewriter (hint, hint, Mr. Taylor). Designed in 1969 by Ettore Sottsass and Perry King as an "anti-machine machine," for use "anyplace but an office." It came with a hard-case and a handle, which made it easily transportable, so if you wanted to write erotic poetry whilst laying on the beach in Mustique, you could (c'mon . . . this was an epic concept, pre-laptop).
Above: Three groovy promotional posters for the Valentine, designed by Egidio Bonfante, c.1970. Below: Milton Glaser, c.1969, and Ettore Sottsass, c.1969 (i'm currently on the hunt to find an original of this, preferably in orange). To view an archive of more fab promotional posters for the Valentine, go here.
Happy Valentine's Day!