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This Blickensderfer No. 5 typewriter patented in the late 1800s, was originally used at a fish store in the Germantown section of Philadelphia,... more
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This Blickensderfer No. 5 typewriter patented in the late 1800s, was originally used at a fish store in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, probably at the beginning of the 20th Century. This Blickensderfer Moderl number 5 typewriter was manufactured by the Blickensderfer Manufacturing Compmany of Stamford, Connecticut between 1893 and 1896. The Blickensderfer was advertised as having one quarter of the parts that other typewriters used, allowing for easier operation, maintenance, and repair. Other features include a tabulator and a scaled with slots for carriage stops. Blickensderfer typewriters also had a patented type action using their patented “type wheel,” a metal wheel containing all the characters which would rotate and strike the paper to create the inked mark. The type wheel allowed for easier type alignment, less jamming, and an easier way to change type fonts. The simplicity of the Blickensderfer made it portable, and this model had a wooden cover with a leather han...
Linda is an author (L.C.Bennett Stern), blogger and backyard birder, who loves living in a small town on the East Coast of the United States. She prefers taking photos of subjects in nature and architecture ... with a smile, she adds: people are so unruly. Please feel free to manipulate my photos (to the extent possible) to suit the items you wish to order, including changing the background color on many items. (Note: Some images cannot be resized to appear correctly on Mugs, even with resizing...check carefully before ordering, to avoid disappointment.) I welcome you to stop by frequently to see updates to my portfolio.
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