Not sure of the make yet.
I picked this up Saturday for $90.
It was missing the presser foot tension screw (I had a spare). It had a flat shank needle in it which was set up for left to right threading, and at the wrong height. The take-up is a homemade replacement (but works). and it was generally filthy. I SO wish this machine did not have the paint loss it does. It would have been amazing in it's day....
However after opening up the back and viewing the underside i can say that this is THE cleanest least worn machine I have pre-1900. The main gears are almost spotless.
It kinda looks like it might have said "suprema" once
Sorry for the dark shot but the flash just washes out the colors,
this is the only view that shows what it once looked like
The homemade take-up
"numbers matching" hehe Note the cool thread cutter.
Needle chart and importers badge.
(NOTE: the "made in Baden". the fact that the name of the German town is used usually indicates that it is Pre WWI)
Even came with a boat shuttle and bobbin (correct ones!)