Other typewriter manufacturers would utilize Royal's innovations in their typewriters.
In 1947, Royal would win patent suits against Remington and LC Smith Corona.
Original models had two beveled glass panes on each side.
In order to promote the new portable, Royal president, G. Smith, secured the exclusive sponsorship of the September 23, 1926 Dempsey-Tunney championship fight for ,000.
This boxing match was the first nationwide radio hook-up.
From 1954 to 1964 sales soared from .7 million to over 3 million.
Royal Mc Bee was consistently listed as a Fortune 500 company. Secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks and the Governor of Connecticut, Abe Ribicoff.
On October 9, 1926, the "Hartford Daily Courant" reported that Royal had just produced its one millionth typewriter.