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All Lead Mishin Seisakusho

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In 1931 the company was known as All Lead Mishin Seisakusho but in 1933 it was renamed Nakajima All Mishin Seizosho. Some machines were marketed under the ‘All Lead’ brand and others just as ‘Lead’.
(Lead Mk1)

(Lead Mk1)

(Lead Mk1)

(Lead Mk1)

The Lead Mk1 machines were finished in black gloss and came on a wooden base with a ‘bentwood’ domed cover like many full size Singer sewing machines of the era.  The Japanese Lead Mk1 was very much copied from the classic Singer 20 design and follows the same basic form.

The Lead Mk1 machines were finished in black gloss and came on a wooden base with a ‘bentwood’ domed cover like many full size Singer sewing machines of the era. The Japanese Lead Mk1 was very much copied from the classic Singer 20 design and follows the same basic form.