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Mossberg & Granville Manufacturing Co., Providence, R.I. USA. The Granville Automatic is quite a unique typing machine. It gets a part of its name from the ability of the operator to control the basic typewriter functions, all from the keyboard. The two upper, large nickel-plated keys return the carriage. The lower large keys are for shifting to upper case. There is also a key for carriage release and one to advance the roller! The Granville Automatic, despite its innovative design, failed in the marketplace and today is rare.

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