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The story of Isaac Merritt Singer will blow your mind, his wives and lovers his castles and palaces all built on the back of one of the greatest inventions of the 19th century.
For the first time the most complete story of a forgotten giant is brought to you by Alex Askaroff.
The London agents were wholesale bookseller's Gordon & Gotch of 15 St Bride Street, Ludgate Circus, London.
In their prime the Domestic Sewing Machine Company sold everything you needed to get you sewing, from the machine to the treadle and even sewing patterns.
The factory was so large it was like a small town and carriages were provided to take guests on guided tours.
In their prime the Domestic Sewing Machine factories were impressive.
All the old pioneers like Elias Howe, Grover & Baker, Wheeler & Wilson and Isaac Singer were long gone but the Domestic Sewing Machine Company was going from strength to strength.
They boasted more silver-plating on their machines than any other sewing machine company and top-quality walnut was used in their cabinets.