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Children Collectable 1935 Will Typewriter Model Tin Toy

SKU:A0149000FK

The typewriter is one of the great inventions of 19th Century communications technology. Between the 1860s and 1920s engineers, inventors and even carpenters invested all their creativity in the development of the ultimate writing machine. The antiqu...
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Specifications:


  • This 1:1 antique typewriter model is a wonderful example of the tin toys of yesteryear
  • This 1:1 classic typewriters replica is not a toy, but is collectible more suited for older children and adults
  • Bright paint work and lithography providing a lustrous finish
  • Featuring a visor that can be manually opened and with a enough power to make a kid smile and grown-up reminisce
  • It is a good choice to make a great gift
  • Material: Iron
  • Size: 310 x 310 x 220mm 

Details:

Children Collectable 1935 Will Typewriter Model Tin Toy
Children Collectable 1935 Will Typewriter Model Tin Toy


  • The 1:1 replication antique typewriter model is made of iron material which makes it more valuable for collection

Children Collectable 1935 Will Typewriter Model Tin Toy


  • The delicate details replication of this vintage typewriter is a great display pieces for your desk

Children Collectable 1935 Will Typewriter Model Tin Toy
Children Collectable 1935 Will Typewriter Model Tin Toy


  • The antique typewriter has become one of the most popular collection stuffs among the antique collection enthusiast

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Children Collectable 1935 Will Typewriter Model Tin Toy

History of the Typewriter:

The first commercially successful typewriter came to market in 1874. It was invented by Christopher Lathem Sholes, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The development of this machine was backed by Carlos Glidden and was manufactured by Remington & Sons. This typewriter became known as the "Sholes & Glidden Type Writer". It is a beautifully decorated machine, covered in hand painted floral groupings

Children Collectable 1935 Will Typewriter Model Tin Toy


As of 1890, only a few other typewriters had came onto the market, with moderate success. Things were about to change though, as the demand for the new writing machine grew dramatically during the 1890's. Many inventors tried their hands at creating an improved type writing machine and manufactures raced to keep pace with the global demand. During this discovery period, through trial and error, ingenuity and invention, hundreds of unusually designed typewriters appeared. Among them were machines with curved keyboards, double keyboards and no keyboards at all

Children Collectable 1935 Will Typewriter Model Tin Toy


The standard big, black machines that you might be familiar with such as the Underwoods and Remingtons from the 1930s and 40s are the result of many years of mechanical evolution. It is to this wonderful age of invention and modification, that I and other collectors are so attracted. The diversity of design and the evolution of the machine provides a rich world for us to explore.


Children Collectable 1935 Will Typewriter Model Tin Toy

Package Included:


  • 1 x Tin Toy