The Miniature Pocket Type Writer Company of Bradford, England, and the typewriters that the company produced, were interesting for two particular reasons. The first was that they were so compact. The second was that they had no carriage to feed a sheet of paper into. In lieu of a carriage, the entire Pocket typewriter traveled across a sheet of paper as it lay flat on a surface. The Pocket typewriter were also rebranded as the Polyglotte for French markets.
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