Wanted: Edland Typewriter
Under the gold-tone finish of the Edland is a cheap pot metal frame. So cheap that it could warp when exposed to heat or even from the application of some lubricants. So, yes, these are rare because few were sold, but even fewer have actually survived. The Edland typewriter was produced by the Liberty Manufacturing Company of New York and was patented by inventor Joseph Edland on July 14, 1891. There are two daisy wheel versions known, one of which is on this page. A 3rd version, the "Typewheel Edland," has yet to be found.
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