Wanted: Keystone Typewriter
What's not to love about a typewriter that is so exposed. It's very satisfying watching the springs and levers react while typing. The Keystone was first produced ca.1898 by inventor William Prehn Quentell who, a few years later, also invented the Postal typewriter. He didn't stray too far from the Keystone's footprint because if you were to place a Postal next to it you would definitely see the similarities. The Keystone was manufactured by the Keystone Typewriter Company of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
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