Link Fast - Burt's Typographer Edition

Patented on July 23, 1829, the typographer, was invented and made by William Austin Burt. It was a mechanical device that was worked by hand to make the letter print on paper. The working model provided by Burt for his 1829 patent was destroyed in the 1836 Patent Office fire. This was the precursor to the typewriter. Read more about it here.


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