The Royal Typewriter is a first of its kind iHorn made from an antique Royal typewriter, which was probably made in the 1920s. Therefore, the Royal Typewriter is a true centurian.
In 1714, Henry Miller obtained a patent in Britain for a machine that, from the patent, appears to have been similar to a typewriter. In 1829, American William Austin Burt patented a machine called the "Typographer" which, in common with many other early machines, is listed as the "first typewriter". By the mid-19th century, the increasing pace of business communication had created a need for mechanization of the writing process. Stenographers and telegraphers could take down information at rates up to 130 words per minute, whereas a writer with a pen was limited to a maximum of 30 words per minute (the 1853 speed record). he Royal Typewriter Company is a manufacturer of typewriters founded in January 1904. It was headquartered in New York City with its factory in Hartford, Connecticut.
The Royal Typewriter is a wonderfully unique iHorn, which calls back an era of productivity which demonstrated that machines were tools that could speed progress and that well made products can not only carry their weight but stand the test of time.