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An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine
An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine

An incredible antique German made Durkopp hand cranked sewing machine

Regular price
R 1,899.00
Sale price
R 1,234.35
Tax included.

This antique German made Durkopp sewing machine still turns, the needle moves up and down. We are not sure if some parts are missing and sell it as not in working condition. The casing measures 24cm x 49cm x 32cm high. The machine is a wonderful collector piece and great on display. As with all antique/vintage pieces there is age and usage related wear as seen in the pics.
Nikolaus Dürkopp & Karl Schmidt started making Wheeler & Wilson principle sewing machines in Bielefeld, Germany in 1867.

By 1876 the firm had grown considerably and Richard Kaselowsky became a partner. Over the years the company diversified bicycles were produced from 1880 and later motor cycles, cars and commercial vehicles - including buses were manufactured.

In 1892 the company was producing 50,000 sewing machines a year and by 1898 this had increased to 66,000. In the 1930's the company ceased producing domestic sewing machines instead concentrating on industrial models.
 

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