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Deutsches Technikmuseum Textiltechnik [1/2015/1040 0]

Nähmaschine, Phoenix S

Nähmaschine, Phoenix S (Stiftung Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin CC BY)

Description

In der DDR waren elektrische Nähmaschinen Mangelware. 1976 wurde die mechanische Nähmaschine Phoenix, ausgestattet mit einem Handrad, von ihrem Besitzer in eine elektrische umgebaut.
Bis Mitte der 1980er wurden auf der Nähmaschine Kleider und Taschen hergestellt.

Fabrik-Nr.: 890810
Typ: S

Material/Technique

Holz, Metall

Measurements

Objektmaß TxBxH: 185 x 425 x 320 mm; Masse: 15,3 kg

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