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This Singer 66 model was one of 50,000 such machines produced from 1910 to 1920.
While the item is not rare, Mike Wolfe of notes it is desired by collectors for its ornate "Red-Eye" decal pattern.
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He occasionally performed in halls and theatres around London, mainly in the East End.
After more than 4 decades on the stage, he briefly retired following the death of his wife but returned in 1930.
The vast majority of the machines you will find for sale there are on consignment from collectors or their heirs. Below are a series of pictures that graphically illustrate some of the vintage and antique sewing machines we buy, sell, and deal in.
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As a sideline to his performing career, Champion was also a proprietor of a successful business hiring out horse drawn Broughams to fellow performers.
His coach business evolved in the mid to late 1920s and was known as North London Coaches (WH Crump and sons), which later became a family business.