Produced by the Bartram & Fanton Company, of Danbury, Connecticut, this chain stitch model dates from the late 1860s / early 1870s. While superficially resembling a Willcox & Gibbs, it is infinitely rarer.This particular example is missing its treadle base.

Produced by the Bartram & Fanton Company, of Danbury, Connecticut, this chain stitch model dates from the late / early While superficially resembling a Willcox & Gibbs, it is infinitely rarer.This particular example is missing its treadle base.

The marque "Agenoria" was used by several Birmingham companies during the 1870s. This particular example was produced by the Franklin Sewing Machine Co....what a gorgeous sewing machine!!!

The marque "Agenoria" was used by several Birmingham companies during the This particular example was produced by the Franklin Sewing Machine Co.what a gorgeous sewing machine!

Named the "Little Belle" and produced during the this pretty miniature chain stitch machine features a forward-facing drive wheel. It is reasonable to assume that it must have been a relative commercial failure for very few examples have survived.

❤✄◡ً✄❤  Named the "Little Belle" and produced during the 1870's, this pretty miniature chain stitch machine features a forward-facing drive wheel. It is reasonable to assume that it must have been a relative commercial failure for very few examples have survived. - http://www.dincum.com/library/lib_littlebelle1.html

Named the "Little Belle" and produced during the this pretty miniature chain stitch machine features a forward-facing drive wheel. It is reasonable to assume that it must have been a relative commercial failure for very few examples have survived.

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Legat produced the famous "La Populaire" in France during the latter years of the century. This fine-condition lockstitch machine features its original wooden plinth. Many surviving examples incorporate a cast iron base.

The Singer "Automatic", or No.24, was marketed during the late 19th / early 20th century. The example shown features a hand crank drive attachment.

The Singer "Automatic", or was marketed during the late / early century. The example shown features a hand crank drive attachment.

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The rare "Little Dorrit" chain stitch was designed and marketed in the UK by Smith & Starley during the mid The proportions and mechanism of the machine are near identical to the big selling Original Express, made by the German firm of Guhl & Harbeck.

1870's Newton Wilson "Princess of Wales" Sewing Machine Fully Working Condition | eBay

1870's Newton Wilson "Princess Of Wales" sewing machine, Fully Working Condition

Newton Wilson "Princess Of Wales" sewing machine, Fully Working Condition in Antiques, Sewing Sewing Machines

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