1903 Chicago No. 3
This Chicago No. 3 is cousin to the far more common Chicago No. 1, which was quite successful at the turn of the century. This No. 3 model was more expensive due to a couple of additional features and its use of a more convenient standardized ribbon. In spite of its higher price, the machine itself didn't look as hefty and durable as the cheaper No. 1, which may be why it didn't sell as well. Very few of these No. 3 models survive today. This is the only one known to have an apothecary keyboard. Formerly of the Tim Martin and Greg Fudacz collections.