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gowd123

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ANTIQUE SEWING MACHINE IN SOLID WOOD CARRYING CASE2.jpg 

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Beautiful! I can't help with the ID, though..
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You've posted this in the "for sale" classified section. You might get a faster response if you post it out on the main group page.

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And...I've moved it to the Correct section!

It certainly could be a F&R, but it is definitely European.  Most likely German.

If you use sewing machine oil and a soft cloth on the wood inlay, F&R put their name in the trim.

A picture of the underside would also help for clarification.

Welcome to the site!  I would like to suggest you post a quick note in the "Introduction" section and let us know a little about you.

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And...I've moved it to the Correct section!

It certainly could be a F&R, but it is definitely European.  Most likely German.

If you use sewing machine oil and a soft cloth on the wood inlay, F&R put their name in the trim.

A picture of the underside would also help for clarification.

Welcome to the site!  I would like to suggest you post a quick note in the "Introduction" section and let us know a little about you.



Many Thanks!!!I will cloth clean this weekend and report findings.  It appears German based on image searches. 
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Oh that's a really nice find! Congrats on that!!

The machine was not build by Frister&Rossmann, that's a Liberia (Gloriosa) B made by Haid & Neu. I love those flowery decals. ;-)



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