Antique Typewriters

The Martin Howard Collection




Daugherty

Daugherty


The Daugherty Typewriter Co., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1893 - serial no.1410 - view patent

This elegant typewriter pioneered the ubiquitous, 4-row, front-strike, see-as-you-type design, however it would be the Underwood typewriter that would steal the show soon after in 1896 by having the same optimum design features as the Daugherty but in a far better functioning machine. The 'modern' typewriter had arrived and the early age of invention for the typewriter was nearly over.

"DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT! A "Blind" Machine will not give as much satisfaction. Accept no substitute for visible writing. There's but one that has it Absolutely all the Time. The "Daugherty - Visible" Typewriter. ."

"SEE WHAT YOU ARE DOING. That's what you can on the Daugherty-Visible Typewriter."


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