Hammond Universal nº 7

In addition to the curved two-row keyboard, which was eventually discarded as the dominant model continued to be used today, the machine was also provided with a universal straight two-row QWERTY keyboard.

Later models, Nos. 6, 7 and 8, are quite rare and were manufactured (around 1896) for offices, businesses, shipping and rail companies, insurance companies, and government entities. Its main feature was to mount wide carriages of 16, 20 and 30 inches, respectively, and they were ideal for working with complex tabulated data and making financial reports and statistical tables.