Since more than 5,000 years we can watch mankind writing, trying to multiply experiences. Actually we have an unique technical explosion, but we still should feel deep respect for the first steps of our ancestors. I adore Martin Howard for his energy, to collect antique typewriters!
Martin Howard /
featured: an Edelmann typewriter – 1897, Wernicke, Edelmann & Co., Germany: with permission of Martin Howard,
frizztext-comment: Once I had a project called “DIGITAL RESTAURANT GALLERY” – the pictures (for example a typewriter) could be seen in a restaurant – not for real but as a photoshop fake: the chance of that project: we could imagine for one moment, how the effect would be, if a restaurant would kindly join my idea to focus on special messages …
– more about my restaurant gallery via
– more about The Martin Howard Collection via or via
Edelmann  typewriter - 1897,
1 – 1889 Victory
2 – 1881 Hammond 1
3 – 1905 Mignon 2
Martin Howard sent one of his articles as a PDF-file to me:

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  1. Great idea
    Well done
    Could i order one big coffee ?


  2. Love those old typewriters. 😉


  3. It’s a really neat place.


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  5. My fingertips are tingling as I imagine myself typing on this Edelman typewriter from the late 19th Century!


  6. cool restaurant!


  7. A very impressive space!


  8. I agree that we must feel deep respect for the first steps of ancient ancestors. I wonder what they would think about this technical explosion today.


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  11. We also liked the black and white photo of the ocean liner. Which ship was it? You might enjoy reading our blog about the fastest of them all — the Normandie.


  12. jakesprinter

    Truly Collectibles my friend , Thanks for sharing 🙂


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