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Produced at Rhodes Bank and the Wellington Works for tailoring and saddlery work. Post 24th June 1874 it had an ornate centre to the treadle with Bradbury & Co Ltd on the crank.

The machines were available with or without stands and with different arm lengths, the No. 2 arm was 8 inches and was used by clothiers, hat and shirt makers. The No. 3 arm was 11 inches and was made with an extra strong arm. It was said to be suitable for the heaviest class of clothing, saddlery, and carpets.

In 1871 the No. 1 and No. 2 single action machines cost 9, the No. 3 cost 10.
Double action to the No. 2 and No. 3 machines was 1 extra.
In February 1897 the No. 2 cost 9 and the No. 3 10

Thomas

INDEX of BRADBURY SEWING MACHINES
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LANCASHIRE LETTER 'H'
HOWE PRINCIPLE
ARM SHUTTLE
LETTER 'T'
A1 REPAIRING No. 2 ELASTIC BELGRAVIA
PRACTICAL
TAILOR
PRACTICAL
HATTER
CHAIN STITCH
MACHINE
WELLINGTON LETTER 'S'
FAMILY No. 1
LETTER 'S'
MEDIUM No. 2
HIGH ARM
FAMILY
NEW WILSON ROTARY
No. 1
ROTARY
No. 2/B2
ROTARY
No. 3
ROTARY
No. 4/B4
No. 5 No. 6
SPOOL MACHINE
No. 9 No. 10 No. 45 TWIN NEEDLE
DOUBLE SHUTTLE
CYLINDER GOLOSH
MACHINE
OSCILLATOR SOEZE MEDIUM V.S. FAMILY V.S. OTHER
BRADBURY MODELS

Bradbury and Co. Chronological History

Bradbury Introduction

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