Grover & Baker double chain-stitch sewing machine, made by Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Co, circa 1861. The machine is described as a family machine and was intended for treadle driving. The machine was purchased from the company's head office in Australia at 80 Collins St East Melbourne. The patents for the machine are from Howe's patent for 10 September 1846 to 5 February 1861.

Physical Description

Double chain-stitch sewing machine, with attachments for tucking, hemming, braiding and quilting. Serial No. 117093.

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