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WI Lori

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Parlor cabinet, chain lift assist. Has the shuttle and one bobbin, some Greist accessories, and is missing the front slide plate.

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Farmer John

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The Windsor B is made by National and takes 20x1 needle or a Boye 14.  We have one at our local historical society collection, although in a regular treadle cabinet.  It gets used and sews well.  If it is the one that I am thinking of, the main drive is a pair of bevel gears, but, that could be Aunt Edna, which is a different make.
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John is correct this is a National. I have one from Montgomery Wards called the  Brunswick in a treadle. It is a wonderful sewer with a great stitch. I also have a manual for it. The only diff is the upper tension spring but the same machine other wise.Christmas 2012 041.jpg

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WI Lori

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Thank you. It did move very nicely. Priced at $125,tho. Same shop also had a Davis made Kenmore treadle, regular style cabinet, also $125. Fun to get out and look today.
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