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Remington Typewriter

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Remington Typewriter Co of 100 Gracechurch Street, London.

1816 E. Remington and Sons was a manufacturer of firearms and typewriters; it was founded by Eliphalet Remington in Ilion, New York.

1873 On March 1, the company started manufacturing the first commercial typewriter.

1886 E. Remington and Sons sold its typewriter business to the Standard Typewriter Manufacturing Company, Inc. Included were the rights to use the Remington name.

1902 Standard Typewriter changed its name to Remington Typewriter Company.

1927 Remington merged with "Rand Kardex Company" to form Remington Rand, which continued to manufacture office equipment and later became a major computer company, as well as manufacturing electric razors.

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