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The No. 6 machine was designed for household sewing, dressmaking and light manufacturing.

It had a high arm, hardened solid steel needle bar, short needle and self threading spool. It was advertised for use with power and was available in 1903 as a combined electric/treadle machine - the "Motor" sewing machine at a price of 15 5s 0d. It was available with a single drawer as well as a five drawer version with leaf.

The No. 6 machine was redesignated as Bradbury's Spool c1908.

Price March 1897: 7 17s 0d with a single drawer and cover
Price March 1905: 9 17s 6d
Price March 1912: 7   5s 0d with a single drawer and cover
                                 8 10s 0d with five drawers, leaf and cover.

Photograph of Bradbury's Spool c1908

Threading & Oiling of the No. 6 Machine & Bradbury's Spool Machine

No. 6 1904
Spool 1912
Spool Head

INDEX of BRADBURY SEWING MACHINES
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LANCASHIRE LETTER 'H'
HOWE PRINCIPLE
ARM SHUTTLE
LETTER 'T'
A1 REPAIRING No. 2 ELASTIC BELGRAVIA
PRACTICAL
TAILOR
PRACTICAL
HATTER
CHAIN STITCH
MACHINE
WELLINGTON LETTER 'S'
FAMILY No. 1
LETTER 'S'
MEDIUM No. 2
HIGH ARM
FAMILY
NEW WILSON ROTARY
No. 1
ROTARY
No. 2/B2
ROTARY
No. 3
ROTARY
No. 4/B4
No. 5 No. 6
SPOOL MACHINE
No. 9 No. 10 No. 45 TWIN NEEDLE
DOUBLE SHUTTLE
CYLINDER GOLOSH
MACHINE
OSCILLATOR SOEZE MEDIUM V.S. FAMILY V.S. OTHER
BRADBURY MODELS

Bradbury and Co. Chronological History

Bradbury Introduction

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