❤✄◡ً✄❤ This robust but mechanically primitive model was marketed in the UK bearing the "Popular" marque. The machine in many ways resembles the more substantial offerings from German firm Muller, around the late 19th - early 20th century. - http://www.dincum.com/library/libraryimages/lib_popular.jpg
Muller Mary must rank as one of this toy manufacturer's most desirable models. The machine dates from the late 19th century and is extremely scarce. The shuttle mechanism is very similar to that found on the "Todd's Champion". The machine was probably produced during the 1870s. - http://www.dincum.com/library/libraryimages/lib_muller_mary.jpg
❤✄◡ً✄❤ This German - manufactured Muller No.19 was very popular when produced early this century. The Muller Company specialised in toy sewing machines and this model, although small by domestic machine standards at the time, was a real heavyweight in their range. - http://www.dincum.com/library/libraryimages/lib_muller19_1.jpg
Muller 10 For many years this was our only toy machine given to Lin as a child by her Godmother. It has its original box, which is very tatty, instructions and clamp. These toy machines were produced by F. W. Muller in Kreuzberg, Berlin. The firm operated from about 1888 to 1978. This model probably dates to the late 1930's.