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JMG Stenotype Braillewriter #17

ca. 1925

J. M. Glauser & Sons, Ltd., London, England

JMG Stenotype Braillewriter #17

This portable braille writer was made for the Royal Institute for the Blind, England. It embosses a roll of paper tape measuring 15/16 of an inch in width. A folding arm, which extends 4 1/2 inches beyond the width of the braille writer, holds the tape. The braille writer has six conventional keys and a spacing key. "JMG No. 17" is stamped on top of the machine. The bottom of the wooden carrying case serves as a base and is lined with green felt.

Size: 4 1/2 x 8 x 9 1/2 inches

Index of Mechanical Braille Writers for Embossed Characters