Patent Greeting Card – Type Writer Machine (1988)

Text on the reverse side:

The English inventor Henry Mill had patented a similar machine long ago in 1714, which never seems to have gone into production. The QWERTY keyboard was introduced in 1873, putting common letter pairs far apart to minimise the possibility of keys jamming and improve typing speed.

Made in London, England, these luxury pearlescent cards feature drawings of patents on the front with some trivia on the reverse. The cards are left blank inside for your own message.

Each card is made from FCS certified card and the plastic packaging is biodegradable/compostable.

A6 size (148mm x 105mm)

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