Re: Hello there!
- --- In email@example.com, Polly Lacy
> At 03:07 AM 07/01/2005 +0000, you wrote:here:
> >Our first embryonic website page showing some of the machines is
> >something else!!
> >Hopefully, this'll be the place to answer some of my unanswered
> > -Will Davis
> Wow! Talk about flashy!! Dale, now sit down and take a deep
> breath!......They sure are purty! That salmon and green one is
> Polly Lacy in Central Ohio
OK, he can hand over that Sovereign NOW, or lock it up, I,m Italian
and from Chicago, and you know what they say.That is one great
looking SM and I shuld have it. But I dont think the motor is orignal
thay where to anal to have that combo of colores, that aside I wont
Dale in Chi.
- You'll just have to drool at it from afar, I'm afraid. But hey, I can
e-mail you a BIG picture to use as background on your monitor if you'd
like!! (I do that.)
Thanks for your comments! It looks like we were not alone in
appreciating this kind of machine. I've already learned something
here, too; the link that Dale put in was the first that gave a drawing
matching the newly-acquired Kingston. (It's on "mug shots" page 8 on
I added two more links to the "links" section which have a combined
total of about two thousand manuals, often with pictures. Very, very
many are Japanese-made and relevant here. Hours of surfing on those
sites, just to examine the pictures!!
You have some real lookers Will.
Kelley in VT
From: Will Davis [mailto:wdssbn641@...]
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2005 11:08 PM
Subject: [vintagejapansewingmachines] Hello there!
Hey, everyone! Looks like I found this group at EXACTLY the right time.
Long story short: I've collected typewriters for many years, and my
wife collects McCaskey credit and cash registers -- but we share a
growing collection of sewing machines. Here's the kicker:
Our favorite ones are Japanese-made!
I joined the "Needlebar" forum, after finding it, but tonight found
this one and decided that I'd love to be in on the "ground floor" of
it, so to speak.
Our first embryonic website page showing some of the machines is here:
Hopefully, this'll be the place to answer some of my unanswered