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Charles Judkins

Ludgate Hill, London EC

Judkins Machines

1851 Great Exhibition Model

Original picture supplied by the South Kensington Museum to T Allen and W Vincent for 'The Sewing Machine'

Charles Judkins had; "a sewing machine of his invention on view at the Great Exhibition of 1851, which was said to work at 500 stitches per minute. It was a lock-stitch machine, and the shuttle, which was invisible, was held in a carrier working in guides at the front of the machine."

New England Type

This machine reads No. 4 ...e Hill, London. Could this be Ludgate Hill, Charles Judkins' address? Makers List.