Antique Gritzner Sewing Machine 101

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Antique Griztner Sewing Machine

A fine

Gritzner Antique Hand Crank

Sewing Machine

Established in 1872

by M. Gritzner the Company became incorporated in 1886.

By 1902 Gritzner had produced a million machines and was Germanys largest sewing machine manufacturer.

Production increased rapidly and by 1910 2 million machines had been produced.

In 1897 the Company started making bicycles and then motorcycles in 1903.

The Company took over Frister and Rossmann in 1925, merged with Kayser in 1931 and was finally taken over by Pfaff in 1957.


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