A typewriter, which its makers say is the last to be built in the UK, has been produced at a north Wales factory.
The museum said the piece represented the end of a technology which had been "important to so many lives".
Edward Bryan, a worker at the factory since 1989, made the last typewriter.
"If people ever ask me, I can always say now, as a strange question, that I've made the last typewriter in the UK," he told BBC Breakfast's Colin Paterson.
He said he had previously "tried and succeeded to make one with my eyes closed".
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