Sewing Machines | Historical Trade Literature in Smithsonian Collections
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Standard Company Name: Cobb and Co.
Company Name: Cobb and Co.
Title: [Trade card featuring Cobb's improved sewing, embroidery, gimp, fringe and ruffling machine]
Imprint: 19th cent.
Pages: 3
Notes: Format: Trade catalogs
Model represented: H.D. Walott's patent graduating button-hole cutters.
Descriptive Notes: For families shirt and dressmakers, the smaller button hole cutters cut button holes from 1/4 to 3/4 of an inch; for tailors and tailoresses use no. 1 & 2 which are larger between going from 3/8 of an inch to 1 1/2 inch; (No. 1) button hole.
Smithsonian Location: NMAH. Archives Center. Warshaw. Box: 5 ; Folder 7 (about locations)
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Record Number: 4248

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