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❤✄◡ً✄❤  The Bradbury 1A was available throughout the 1870s. This particular example of the Howe - inspired machine came complete with a relief brass medallion featuring the Wellington trade mark, somewhat mimicking those found on Howe originals. - http://www.dincum.com/library/lib_bradbury_1A_1.html

❤✄◡ً✄❤ The Bradbury 1A was available throughout the 1870s. This particular example of the Howe - inspired machine came complete with a relief brass medallion featuring the Wellington trade mark, somewhat mimicking those found on Howe originals. - http://www.dincum.com/library/lib_bradbury_1A_1.html

This green toy has the same stencil design as the red machine.  It came with the original box, instruction sheet, clamp and screw driver.  It's in mint condition.

This green toy has the same stencil design as the red machine. It came with the original box, instruction sheet, clamp and screw driver. It's in mint condition.

The marque "Agenoria" was used by several Birmingham companies during the 1870s. This particular example was produced by the Franklin Sewing Machine Co.

The marque "Agenoria" was used by several Birmingham companies during the 1870s. This particular example was produced by the Franklin Sewing Machine Co.

❤✄◡ً✄❤ 1st class lockstitch sewing machine from the 1870's! Superb structure it looks fantastic!!

❤✄◡ً✄❤ 1st class lockstitch sewing machine from the 1870's! Superb structure it looks fantastic!!

Antique Toy Sewing Machines - Bing Images

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