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Most Lackner machines were fragile cast iron, but in the 1890s the Company introduced this well-built, sturdy nickel-plated model.
Obviously, I christened it the twin-spool Lackner but just why it why it has two spools is beyond me. It looks good, though, doesn’t it?

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