The Postal Typewriter Company incorporated in New York in 1902. Like many other typewriter companies at the time, advertised itself as typing in multiple languages, being able to do this via interchangeable type wheels. As with other portable low-cost typewriters of the time, it advertised as being a better bargain than the $100 machines of the time. Multiple models, varying only slightly from each other were manufactured across the seven years the Postal Typewriter Company was in existance.

Postal Model 3
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