Old 03-25-2020, 01:41 PM
Join Date: Mar 2020
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Hi, OurWorkbench and Glenn. Thanks for replying.
I thought it might be a German machine because of the use of V and R for forward and reverse, and thought that the name many have been removed because it was a German Machine being sold in England (where I live) at a time when there was some tension between the two countries (one of the wars).
The only thing that made me think Frister and Rossman was the pattern on the wooden base.
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