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Finnchik

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Last weekend I picked up 2 wonderful machines. This box that states Wilson Manufacturing contained quite a few attachments for my new to me Wilcox & Gibbs machine along with these other attachments that I cannot figure out what they go to. What is wierd is that inside this box it clearly states that it contains a Johnson’s Ruffler & Tuck marker.... The Ruffler is there, but no Tuck marker and then these feet that have a strange way of attachment to what machine, I have no idea. Can anyone help me identify what machine these feet would fit? 33E2F5EA-2ED0-4131-9700-55128AAF739A.jpeg
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... The Ruffler is there, but no Tuck marker...


I think you have that reversed.  That sure looks like a Tuck Marker in the top of the box. 

Sorry, I can't help with identifying the machines that the hemmers would go to.  I went through some of my manuals, and didn't see any like those pictured.

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Finnchik

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I think you have that reversed.  That sure looks like a Tuck Marker in the top of the box. 

Sorry, I can't help with identifying the machines that the hemmers would go to.  I went through some of my manuals, and didn't see any like those pictured.

Janey


i must have spent an hour going through eBay looking for anything that had that “hook” type attachment on feet. Found nothing...
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https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/antique-wheeler-wilson-johnston-1760368012

I found this ^^^   "Being offered is a group of parts / attachments for a Wheeler and Wilson No. 9 sewing machine. All of the parts and the booklet came in the Johnston Ruffler box. The lid of the box is marked “Wheeler and Wilson”."

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Yep, The tuck marker is a bed mounted attachment so it would have to be measured or test fit to see what it goes to.

The hemmers sure look like W&W.  The base of each is shaped to slide into the glass foot holder.

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THAT’s IT! I guess I will put them up for sale, as they don’t fit my Singer class W9. Which is wierd because it is exactly the same model as the WW9.
thank you for helping with this myster.  E09B4C82-D48C-4A55-8DD5-422B23DFB360.jpeg 

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