Antique Raymond's Family chain-stitch machine on wooden base. Weir stamped on the needle-plate with Weir's shop address 2 Carlisle Street, London.Good working condition see sewn sample. James Galloway Weir worked as a travelling salesman for a haberdashery company before he went into business on his own account in 1863 importing sewing machines. The'"Raymond" machine was built in Canada and introduced into United Kingdom by Mr.
This machine could be used as it was intended for sewing or upcycled as a small office ornament perhaps for antique/vintage /old sewing machine home decor, collectors, seamstress, architectural interior design, retro sewing & needle work machine, Retro Childs Sewing Machine, Toy Sewing, Collectable Toy sewing machine, Nostalgic Vintage, Vintage Toys. Ideal collectors item or for ornamental purposes , Art Gallery, Museum, home and office display.
Please see pics for more detail as they form part of the description. May need a good clean to suit purpose. All you see is exactly what you get.The item "Antique James Galloway Weir Chain stitch sewing machine" is in sale since Thursday, September 17, 2020. This item is in the category "Crafts\Sewing\Sewing Machines". The seller is "syesha375453" and is located in Bristol. This item can be shipped worldwide.