Paul’s current sewing machines, by age

This page is ordered by age, and only includes machines that I still own. A separate pictorial index includes all the machines I've ever owned.

Click any image here to see its blog entry, and more pictures.

The main blog page is kept in the order the machines joined my collection (and also has other sewing machine related entries).

c.1860 Charles Raymond (no.1)
c.1860 Charles Raymond (no.3)
c.1861 Charles Raymond (no.2)
c.1864 Willcox & Gibbs w/ glass tension
1866 Grover & Baker chain stitcher
c.1868 Johnson, Clark & Co. Home Shuttle treadle
c.1870 Gold Medal "Common Sense" Sewing Machine
c.1870 Little Wanzer
c.1871 American Button-Hole, Overseaming & Sewing Machine Co. w/ overseamer
c.1872 American Button-Hole, Overseaming & Sewing Machine Co. Model 'M'
1872 Wheeler & Wilson No.3
c.1874 Johnson, Clark & Co. Home Shuttle
1875 Willcox & Gibbs Automatic Silent Sewing Machine
1877 Davis Low Arm Vertical Feed
c.1880 Royal St. John
c.1880 Wheeler and Wilson No.8
c.1882 Heberling Running Stitch Machine
c.1886 Jones Hand Machine
1886 Singer Model 12
1887 Singer Automatic Chain Stitch Sewing Machine
1888 Singer VS3
c.1889 Wheeler and Wilson No.9
c.1893 Atlas model 'A' / Bremer and Bruckmann "Brunonia"
c.1895 Hengstenberg "Robina"
c.1905 Jacoby "Eclipse" Fur Sewing Machine
1906 New Home "New Ideal"
1906 New Home "New National"
1914 Willcox & Gibbs Automatic Silent Sewing Machine
1916 Singer 29-4 Leather Patcher
1916 New White Peerless "Excelsior"
1918 New Home "New Avon"
c.1918 Western Electric No.2 Portable
1920 Singer 127-3
1921 Singer Model 15-30
c.1922 Salter's Ideal Sewing Machine
1926-1950 Singer Model 20 Toy Chain Stitcher
1931 Singer Model 101
1947 Singer Model 201-2
1947 Singer Featherweight Model 221
1953 Necchi BU Nova