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Obviously owing a lot to the much-earlier Hancock machines, this Remedy was a one of a number of simple tambour-needle-feed machines produced at the turn of the 19th century.
This model has patents dating from 1900 to 1902 inscribed on the stitch plate.
I think they were sold quite cheaply at this time and even used as giveaways with magazine subscriptions, etc.
It’s rather fragile, being made of very thin cast iron, and amazing that it’s actually survived.

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