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A fine example of an early Clemens Muller chain-stitch machine made in Germany and obviously owing an awful lot to the Willcox & Gibbs design.
Comes with a fascinating oval brass label from the Lausanne agent – can’t believe it improved the stitch table though.
Muller was one of the pioneers of the German sewing-machine industry, making machines as early as 1855, just a few years after Singer kicked off his empire.
This chain-stitch machine uses the virtually identical mechanism to the ubiquitous Willcox & Gibbs.
It is complete and fully functioning.
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Clemens Muller Germany