The Graphic Schreibmaschine (typewriter) was produced ca.1895 in Germany first by C.F. Kindermann & Co and then by Heinrich Bonnin, both of Berlin. It was one of the more colorful typewriters of the era having been finished originally with an auburn red paint accented by climbing gold filigree. Later versions of the typewriter had a deep purple finish with simple gold pinstripes. The Graphic was succeed by the Kneist. Both the Graphic and Kneist functioned similarly to the American-made Hall.
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