Alex has spent a lifetime in the sewing industry
and is considered one of the foremost experts of pioneering machines and
their inventors. He has written extensively for trade magazines, radio,
television, books and publications world wide.
The Willcox & Gibbs chain stitch machines are one of the most collected sewing machines of all time. Some say the sewing machine represents the finest piece of '19th Century' precision engineering in the world. This is hard to argue with, seeing that so many are still working on a daily basis 150 years later.
Let me tell you what I have learnt over the last four decades about this amazing machine and the men who built it. Oiling points, parts names, needles, models, and Willcox & Gibbs serial numbers are all included.
THE BOOK CONTAINS THE LATEST SERIAL NUMBER CALCULATIONS FOR DATING EVEN A-SERIES MACHINES.
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For my complete history of Willcox & Gibbs click on the link: Willcox & Gibbs
I have a short Youtube clip on several Willcox & Gibbs machines, here is one.
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