Advertisement for the Smith Premier typewriter

On the left inside a black border is a colour drawing of a bearded man with an anvil and a hammer. Text to the left of the man reads: The embodiment of strength and simplicity. On the right is a black and white drawing of a typewriter. Black and red text above the typewriter reads: The Smith Premier typewriter. Red text to the right of the typewriter reads: Grand Prize Paris 1900. Black and red text below the typewriter reads: The world's best typewriter, 14 Gracechurch St. London, E.C.
Source: National Museum of Australia.

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