Vulcan Vintage Child's Sewing Machines

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Vulcan Vintage Sewing Machines

HiHistory of the Maker:

In 1957, Vulcan registered a patent for it’s famous trio of TSMs. The Minor, the Junior and the free arm Senior were all sturdy cast aluminum toys. These models were popular in Australia and Vulcan had distributorships in all the major capital cities.

information from tinyvintage.co.uk

Vulcan Vintage Sewing Machines

Vulcan Vintage Sewing Machines

Vulcan Vintage Sewing Machines

Vulcan Vintage Sewing Machines

Vulcan Vintage Sewing Machines

Photos 1-3 from sewmuse.co.uk
4 from drakesbrookantique.com.au
5-6 form denhams.com

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3 Comments on "Vulcan Vintage Child's Sewing Machines"

  1. rubina latif
    2015/01/19   17:17
    I have just brought on like the one in the 4th picture, the grey one, but it didn't come with instructions, and there is no bobbin underneath. Do you have instructions
  2. Frank Earnshaw
    2018/05/20   23:52
    My wife was given one of these as a present from her mother at the age of about 4 now in her 70s the one that she has is the same as in picture #4 but she cannot remember weather it is supposed to have a bobbin or not also it is missing the bit that the cotton reel fits on to are these parts still avalible hope to hear back from you soon Frank Earnshaw
  3. Frank Earnshaw
    2018/05/21   00:01
    Also should have ashed before are any parts still avalable for the machine in picture #4 as i was looking at said picture and there seems that some parts may be missing from around where the needle gose your help would be very helpfull thank you Frank Earnshaw ie as we wish to restore it and give it to our great grand daughter age of 9

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