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Sewing Machines | Historical Trade Literature in Smithsonian Collections
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Standard Company Name: New Era Sewing Machine Company
Company Name: New Era Sewing Machine Co.
Title: [Trade card featuring the "New Era" sewing machine] / Every machine sold runs by motor.
Imprint: 19th cent.
Pages: 1
Notes: Format: Trade cards
Descriptive Notes: Sales promotion trade card features a bouquet of roses and the verse "could thou be true to me in joy or in sorrow, dearest thy bride I'd be wed thee tomorrow".
Smithsonian Location: NMAH. Archives Center. Warshaw. Box: 5 ; Folder 10 (about locations)
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Record Number: 4280

Standard Company Name: New Era Sewing Machine Company
Company Name: New Era Co.
Title: Trade catalog describing low arm & high arm sewing machines.
Imprint: [19--?]
Pages: 2
Notes: Format: Trade catalogs
Models represented: Low arm and high arm sewing machines.
Descriptive Notes: Simple to use low arm made of steel, strong light running lock stich machine, all weights of fabrics; high arm, light running noiseless automatic tension, needle doesn't require adjusting.
Smithsonian Location: NMAH. Archives Center. Warshaw. Box: 5 ; (about locations)
Display Scanned Item: No images available (about image availability)
Record Number: 4484

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