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The only known example of an Alexander machine made in Scotland in the late 1850s.
Contemporary advertisements show that the Company built treadle machines very similar to American Grover & Baker models. However, this hand-crank with its unique decoration, is the only known survivor.
It’s a heavy machine and produces a lock stitch by the upper thread and a Wheeler & Wilson-style bobbin underneath

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