Wanted: Remington Braille Typewriter
Remington No.7 typewriters were first produced in 1896 by the Remington Typewriter Co. of Ilion, New York. Though the vast majority of them had a traditional QWERTY layout and typeface, the example on this page was outfitted with both Braille typebars and a Brailler keyboard for use by the vision impaired. The No.7 model was quite similar to the No.6, and they were produced concurrently for several years, so it is possible that both could be found with Braille nowadays.
To see an image of the keyboard click here...
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