The evolution of typewriters from 1865-1980

The evolution of typewriters invented in the past two centuries, starting from 1865-1980.

1. The Hansen Writing Ball, 1865

1. The Hansen Writing Ball, 1865

2. The Pterotype John Pratt, 1867

2. The Pterotype John Pratt, 1867

3. The Sholes and Glidden (also known as the Remington No. 1), 1867

3. The Sholes and Glidden (also known as the Remington No. 1), 1867

4. Remington 2, 1878

4. Remington 2, 1878

5. The Hall Typewriter, 1881

5. The Hall Typewriter, 1881

6. The Caligraph two, 1882

6. The Caligraph two, 1882

7. Hammond 1, 1884

7. Hammond 1, 1884

8. The new model Crandall Typewriter, 1885

8. The new model Crandall Typewriter, 1885

9. Victor, 1890

9. Victor, 1890

10. Blickensderfer 5 typewriter, 1893

10. Blickensderfer 5 typewriter, 1893

11. Oliver 5, 1894-1928

11. Oliver 5, 1894-1928

12. The Ford Typewriter, 1895

12. The Ford Typewriter, 1895

13. Jewett No.4, 1897

13. Jewett No.4, 1897

14. Saturn, 1899

14. Saturn, 1899

15. The Salter 6 Improved, 1900–1907

15. The Salter 6 Improved, 1900–1907

16. Electric Blickensderfer, 1902

16. Electric Blickensderfer, 1902

17. The portable Corona, 1920

17. The portable Corona, 1920

18. The Remington Portable1, 1920-1925

18. The Remington Portable 1, 1920-1925

19. The Remington Portable 2, 1925-1928

19. The Remington Portable 2, 1925-1928

20. IBM Typewriter, 1935

20. IBM Typewriter, 1935

21. IBM Selectric, 1961–1984

21. IBM Selectric, 1961–1984

22. Canon Typestar 110, 1980’s

22. Canon Typestar 110, 1980’s

23. Brother WP-1, 1980’s

23. Brother WP-1, 1980’s