Caligraph Ad From 1890
May 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment
Scanned from an original 1890 Popular Science Monthly magazine, this ad shows off the Caligraph 2 Typewriter. The Caligraph 2 was the first typewriter on the market with a full keyboard. Each character had its own key and its own type bar that was independently suspended from the edge of the type basket. With 72 keys, against 48 on the caps-only Caligraph 1, the Caligraph 2 was considerably wider than its predecessor.
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