Which are we talking about (Type-bars or sub-levers)?
Are we talking about type-bars or sub-levers when making reference to early
Remington or Caligraph type-writers? Not sure I know of such a type-writer.
I believe most all very early Remington and Caligraph type-writers had metal
type-bars and wood sub-levers (something to do with alignment). It would
seem the wood type-bars would soon find themselves out of alignment and thus
would find themselves on a junk pile. Perhaps someone on the list knows of
such a machine. Check with DR.
Re: Excuse me.. This is me who sent and started additional an oppotunistic and mistakable confusing message
My reason why I had started another thread about the material of key-levers
: which is running underneath of the machine from front to rear
is, I think, this will help to make it clear when the four-bank keyboard had done among in the group of Sholes and Schwalbach and fellows.
There was an message
about typebar metal brass or something steel
I took after the message