The Caligraph 2 & 3, Circa 1882 M60 Home
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This photo is of two Caligraph typewriters, a Number 2 and a Number 3, in fair unrestored condition.

The Caligraph is a beautiful upstrike typewriter, even in the condition in which these two were found (and remain). It may seem an insurmountable hurdle but, whatever is required, these are machines will be worth the effort. The Caligraph 2 was the first typewriter to offer a dual keyboard, with the black keys for caps and the white for lower case. Though it looks to be bulky and heavy, it is remarkably light weight. Look for more photos soon.

This photo is an an as-found front view, but  for now (and for all the photos in this Gallery) I need to go look for a more complete description. This photo is an overhead as-found photo, but for now (and for all the photos in this Gallery) I need to go look for a more complete description.
This photo is an overhead shot, but  for now (and for all the photos in this Gallery) I need to go look for a more complete description. This photo is an overhead shot, but  for now (and for all the photos in this Gallery) I need to go look for a more complete description.
This photo is an overhead shot, but  for now (and for all the photos in this Gallery) I need to go look for a more complete description. For this photo and all the photos in this Gallery, I need to go look for a more complete description. The quality of these mostly temporary pictures is meant to share what it is about as-found Caligraphs I find so enchanting. Perhaps they are for you, too.
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