The Manhattan Typewriter Company used Remington's expired patents to produce a clone of its Standard No.2 model. This machine was offered with ornately decorated side panels as well as an elaborately decorated paper support table. A wooden feed roller was also included. Considering its late arrival, the Manhattan had little to offer, as most of the competition were already beginning the shift to visible writing.

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