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Hurtu et Hautin: La Productive, L'Abeille, La Merveilleuse, La Moderne, Française

Hautin et Diligeon: La Rapide

Paris, France

Hurtu Factory Pictures

Courtesy of José Clipet

Hurtu & Hautin (Bonnaz) Cousobrodeur

Patented by Antoine Bonnaz in 1863. Developed from Thimonnier's Cousobrodeur of 1848.

Patent bought by and machine produced by Hurtu & Hautin.

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Pictures courtesy of Maison du Patrimoine de St Chef

Hurtu Shuttles

Courtesy of Rijnko Fekkes


Hurtu P1 Treadle

Vertical Vibrating Shuttle/Walking Foot

Serial #27887

Courtesy of Marco Trapp

Most of the parts are marked with the number 887, also the presserfoot.

The machine uses a walking foot to move the fabric and uses a curved shuttle. The bed is covered with Mother of Pearl and the gold decoration looks to be hand painted.

The treadle base incorporates an "H" into the side and is lavishly is decorated with gold. The case is beautifully shaped.

Hurtu P2 Treadle

Reciprocating Shuttle/Walking Foot

Courtesy of Rijnko Fekkes

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Hurtu L'Abeille

Courtesy of Rijnko Fekkes

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Hurtu Model 7 Treadle

Serial #33880

Courtesy of Rijnko Fekkes

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Hurtu P11

Courtesy of Rijnko Fekkes

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Hurtu La Moderne

Courtesy of Rinjko Fekkes

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Hurtu La Moderne M2 Treadle

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