Remington, 1927, Baby Rem, USA
In 1893, the ‘Blick’ is the first truly portable typewriter. During the next twenty-five years its ingenious type wheel remains a reliable alternative to machines with type bars. Regrettably, it falls more and more behind with regard to speed.
Remington buys up the Blick production material in 1926. And, with this, created a clone of the Blick 5: the Rem-Blick. A less common variant of his name, used in Great Britain, was Baby Rem.