Wanted: International No.1 Typewriter
I would describe this machine as being beastly, ugly and clunky. But the more I look at it the more I fall in love. The International seen here had a single-shift keyboard similar to that of a common Remington Standard. It's really hard to believe that Lucien Crandall, the same man that invented the mesmerizing Crandall New Model, also developed this odd, Remington-esque International. Actually, to be fair, this is the International No.1 model which was the less ornate of two different models. See the other version, the International No.2, here. Both versions were produced by The Parish Manufacturing Company of Parish, New York. I'm not picky, I would be happy with either an International No.1 or a No.2.
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