Wanted: Daw's Type Reporter
The Daw and Taite typewriter (sometimes spelled Tait), also briefly marketed as Daw's Type Reporter, was invented by brothers Thomas George and Hilder Daw of Kent, England. It was produced ca.1885 by the company of Daw and Taite Patent Typewriting Manufacturers located at 63 Regents Place, Pall Mall, London. This machine is an early example of both an English typewriter as well as of a typewriter with a circular keyboard.
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