As is the case with most typos of modern typewriters, it is difficult to name a single person as the inventor of the typewriter, as is the case with most inventions. ’The first patent for the machine, which can replace the EI with letters printed in a similar procedure as the printing press, was given to the British water engineer Henry Mill in England in 1714 by Queen Anne, but Mill did not realize his invention.
So the invention of the typewriter was left in 1808 to Pellegrino Turri (his name was recorded in different ways). Turri had invented this typewriter for the easy writing of the blind Countess Carolina Fantoni. Between 1808 and 1810, 16 letters and 1 essay of the Countess written by Turri with his typewriter are preserved today in Reggio (Italy).
Turri’s machine has a small pinhole that allows every harman to be printed directly onto the paper. Xavier Progin, who for the first time ever invented the letter bars capable of hitting the same point, patented his patent in 1833. The first large typewriter was invented in 1865 by Malling Hansen (Denmark), a priest. This typewriter was first produced in 1870 and released under the name of skrivekugle (author top). Hansen’s tasarım skrivekugle, achieved great success and was sold all over the world, but it did not turn into the standard design of all typewriters.
In 1867, journalist and editor Christopher Latham Sholes, along with Carlos Gidden and Samuel Soule, developed John Pratt’s idea and filed a patent application for the writing machine.
Sholes was granted a patent for innovations in 1871 and today invented the first typewriter with ü Q önc keyboard all over the world. In 1876 he was renowned as the Sholes’ machine Remington No. 1.
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