Adelaide, S. Australia
The Pinnock Sewing Machine Company by Les Godfrey
Coutesy of Cyndy
A c1962 advertisement from an English craft magazine showing the Sewbest, Threadmaster and Sewline.
Courtesy of Cyndy
A Central Bobbin machine.
Courtesy of Claire Sherwell
Made in Japan, possibly assembled at Pinnock's factory. Underneath the machine are the telltale Asian signs of J-C 29 and J-A 6. This machine takes pattern cams.
Courtesy of Courtesy of Jodes.
From the 1960s. The machine came with 14 cams each producing a different stitch. Pinnock's address in England was given as 17 Hannover Square, London W1. The badge says "World's finest precision built automatic zig zag".