Sewmuse exists to preserve, promote and provide information about Britain's sewing machine industry and its heritage free to all those who are interested - irrespective as to whether they are serious collectors or just interested in that odd shaped machine they've just uncovered!

From the very early days American manufactured machines were imported in large quantities into the Great Britain and sold through various agents and distributors so we would like to expand the range of machines in the collection.

We are interested in adding examples of EARLY American sewing machines to the collection (with the exception of Singers). The following is a list of Companies whose machines we are particularly looking for.

Whilst we prefer machines to be in good condition we are willing to consider any machine as long as it's castings are not actually broken.

Machines can be donated but we are also willing to pay a reasonable price and postage costs - sorry this applies only to the U.K. mainland ONLY

If you have one of these machines and want to dispose of it please Contact Us

American Made Sewing Machines Wanted

Domestic Sewing Machine Co.

Davis Sewing Machine Co.

Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Co.

Florence Sewing Machine Co.

Howe Sewing Machine Co.

Shaw & Clark Sewing Machine Co.

Standard Sewing Machine Co

Weed Sewing Machine Co.

Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Co.

A - Z of American
Sewing Machine
Manufacturers
American B.H.O. &
Sewing Machine Co.
Davis
Sewing Machine Co.
Domestic
Sewing Machine Co.
Gold Medal
Sewing Machine Co.
The Howe
Machine Co.
National
Sewing Machine Co.
New Home
Sewing Machine Co.
Singer
Sewing Machine Co.
Standard
Sewing Machine Co.
Wheeler & Wilson
Manufacturing Co.
White
Sewing Machine Co.
Willcox & Gibbs
Sewing Machine Co.
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