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In 1913, the 'Brunswick', a high-arm machine (Figure 3), with a bobbin 'that always works in a satisfactory manner' could be supplied on at least three different treadles costing from .95 to .85.
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Montgomery Ward's 'better grade' machines, such as the 'Brunswick' and the 'Damascus' were manufactured by the National Sewing Machine Company.
Eldredge, one of the two manufacturers whose merger produced National, first sold to Montgomery Ward in 1889, one year before their merger with the June Manufacturing Company.
The catalogue raves: 'Our Damascus Grand Rotary is the best machine you can buy.