Wanted: Postal No.7 Typewriter
The Postal No.7 Typewriter was the last model to be manufactured by the Postal Typewriter Company of Norwalk, Connecticut. It was invented by William Prehn Quentell who placed it on the market in 1908. Unlike the earlier Postal models, the No.7 had an enclosed top and a slightly bigger frame. Some of these were labeled as Postal No.8's for foreign markets but they were exactly the same as the No.7's except for their keyboard layout. This is a typewriter that was made here in Connecticut so there is no one more eager to own one than myself.
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