London, South Kensington
12 April 2001
A leather-worker's sewing machine,
by Bradbury & Co, Oldham with treadle on sinuous open frame, slender arm and rocking levers operated from a cam disc with hand knob, the mechanism with overall lattice-pattern gilet - 33in. (84cm.) wide (treadle stand repainted)
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