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The Windsor Serial No. 21776. A later version of The Windsor made by The Royal…

The Windsor Serial No. A later version of The Windsor made by The Royal Sewing Machine Co. Ltd probably in the late .

Thomas Sewing Machine. Registered Shuttle Serial No. 22250. The "A" Registered Shuttle was one of Thomas's few forays into producing a domestic hand sewing machine during the 1860's and 1870's. Registered design mark for February 1863.

Registered Shuttle Serial No. The "A" Registered Shuttle was one of Thomas's few forays into producing a domestic hand sewing machine during the and Registered design mark for February

The Windsor Serial No. 2505.

The Windsor Serial No.

The Encyclopedia of Early American Sewing Machines Below: Bartholf, serial #10, made in 1850.This is one of the earliest known manufactured sewing machines.

The Encyclopedia of Early American Sewing Machines Below: Bartholf, serial made in is one of the earliest known manufactured sewing machines.

The Windsor Serial No. 23936. Made probably around 1880.

The Windsor Serial No.

Whight & Mann first offered the “Alberta” during the 1860s.  Today, this very rare treadle can be considered one of the most desirable English combinations

Whight Mann first offered the "Alberta" during the Today, this very rare treadle can be considered one of the most desirable English combinations. A foldback full cover version was also marketed.

Bradbury Soueze - British Manufactures of the first Sewing Machines - An early version of the Soeze (sew easy) made in late 1898 or early 1899.

Bradbury Soueze - British Manufactures of the first Sewing Machines - An early version of the Soeze (sew easy) made in late 1898 or early

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