1943 Stenographic Machine Patent – Law Firm Decor, Lawyer Gift, Court Reporter Gift, Patent Print, Wall Decor, Law, Patent Print

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A patent print poster of a 1943 Stenographic Machine invented by John G. Sterling. The patent was issued by the United States Patent Office on May 18, 1948. Court Reporters (aka stenographers) use this kind of machine in court or other legal proceedings to write down what is being said in a special shorthand. They are also known as stenograph machines, shorthand machines or steno writers. While today, these mechanical machines have been replaced by electronic version, this model is very similar to the more modern machines.

Patent prints allow you to have a piece of history in your home, office, man cave, geek den or anywhere you wish to add an interesting touch.


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