The Norica typewriter was produced by Nürnberger Schreibmaschinenwerke, Kührt & Riegelmann, GmbH of Nuremberg, Germany, ca.1907. It was invented by Karl Friedrich Kührt who had worked on it since 1905. The Norica features an oblique-frontstrike typebar arrangement with a single-shift, four-row keyboard and ribbon inking. Its side panels were cast with a fluid, flowing pattern (maybe Art Nouveau inspired) which kind of looks like the metal is liquid.
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