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Author, historian, antique dealer and restoration expert. ISMACS research editor and ISMACS representative responsible for maintaining the world's largest sewing machine archive.
Former editor of ISMACS News, Society secretary and treasurer, and antique dealer who specialises in early mechanical items, including, of course, sewing machines. Owner of the renowned MS Collection in London.
ISMACS member, webmaster, collector who built and maintains this site.