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Fox and Hubbard

Description

Usually referred to as a “Hancock”, this very small toy sewing machine was patented by Fox and Hubbard on August 6, 1867. The Fox and Hubbard uses a tambour needle and has an integrated clamp. The Fox and Hubbard is a highly desired toy sewing machine, as it is very hard to find.

Year Made

The Hancock was patented by Fox and Hubbard on August 6, 1867 and manufactured in the year 1868. A true antique!

Current Value

Because of its rarity, the value of the Fox and Hubbard “Hancock” is estimated to be between $1,500.00 and $2,000.00 in the year 2015.

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