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Thread: Little Red Riding Hood Machine

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    Little Red Riding Hood Machine

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...E:B:SS:US:1123

    Have any of you collectors seen a machine like this? (I am including the link since there are numerous photos.) I suppose you can paint anything you want on a machine if you have the talent but I was wondering if this is original to the machine. Certainly looks like it is.

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    looks original. for folks who collect toy machines that would be pretty cool

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    Too cute. If I collected machines, this would be on my list.

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    Looks original from here too. It's a decal, not painted on.
    I avoid the toy machines. Not that I don't like them. I just need to stay focused on full sized ones and be more selective with those as well.
    The sewing machine repairman at Billie's-one of our local sewing shops- has a toy machine collection on shelves high up in the store that runs the length of the store. I'm guessing there's around 100 toy machines on display there.
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    I want it! I would think it's original to the machine as well, particularly since it's from Germany. Not that there are not tons of full size machines that I want but am also very drawn to the toys.

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    that's cute!

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    Casige had some very colorful machines with the body being just flat silhouettes.
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