Back in 1950, Jan de Vlieger, founder of IMCA, started a small collecting antique sewing machines and he has built up, together with the other “De Vlieger” family one of the nicest collections and unique of antique sewing machines.
In 1990 the family decided to custom build a 260 m2 sewing machine museum for this unique collection.
Our collection of machine is based in Holland is open on appointment for people connected to our industry and collectors of antique machines. We are very proud of this sewing machine museum, which was started by Mr. Jan de Vlieger and it’s located in Haarlem Holland.
Avrial Legat machine “La Populaire” 1890s France.
Joseph Reimann 1882 France
Woodruff 1855 US
Thomas Bradford anchor shape machine 1872 UK
Nussey & Pilling top range model “The Sandwich” 1874 UK.
Cleas & Flentje “Danica” 1914 Germany
R.E. Simpson & Co “No 1“ 1860s UK
The Foley & Williams Manufacturing Company “Triumph” 1890s US
Collier & Son’s rare “Swift & Sure” machine 1870s Made by the Royal Sewing machine Co. UK.
Wilson, Lockman & Co 1880
Simplex “Volksnahmaschine” 1893 Germany
Hurtu P2 1875 France
Guhl & Harbeck “Puppenfee” also known as the “ Original Express chain-stitch machine 1872 Germany.
Hurtu “L’Productive” 1872 France
Max Sandt “ Nürnberg princess “ 1894 Germany
Clarks Revolving-Looper double-thread sewing machine. 1860 .manufactured by Lamson, Goodnow & Yale of Windsor US
Leavitt & Brant 1865 US
Berthier No 2. 1865 France
Stop – step machine 1910 sewing upside down unique machine US
Frister & Rossmann ” wheeler & Wilson improved system” 1870s Germany
Union NM Factory 1870s bockenheim Germany
Peugeot No 01 1870s France
Beckwith Portable Family sewing machine 1870S US
Elliptic Machine 1850s US
Hopkinson Brothers 1880s Doncaster UK
Balthasar Krems 1810, first working German machine
R.E Simpson & Co Glasgow 1860 Glasgow
Pierre Bouche 1870s France
Adam Opel founder of Opel cars No.3 sewing machine 1869
Benoit Lakner 1890s France
Mayfield “Agrnoria” 1874 UK.
The Cookson Sewing Machine & Co 1888 UK
Self Acting Sewing machines with zigzag attachment made by Sewing Machine Co.Ltd 1858 – 1863
Newton Wilson & Co “cleopatra” 1867 UK
Müller No.6 Nickel Plated 1896 Germany.
Marc Klotz “La Pariseinne” 1875 France
Journaux-Leblond Modele M 1870s France
American Hand Sewing Machine Company “Seeing Shears” US
S.M & Co “So All” 1884
Tabitha sewing machine 1886 US.
Decker Sewing Machine Company “The Princess” US
Smith, Starley & Co “ the European” 1870 UK
Georg Michael Pfaff No1 . Original cutaway training model machine from the factory. Germany
Journaille “La Menagere “ Modele R 1870s France
Ebenezer A. Goodes “The Goodes “ 1872 US
Peugeot No 2 1890s France
Adem Opel “Furtuna” 1870 Germany
The Albion works 1870s London Uk
The Dorman Portable Lockstitch machine 1880s UK
Aubineau & Bouriqeut 1870s France
Durkopp & Schmidt 1860s Germany
Charles R Goodwin 1870s
Eckardt machine 1880s Germany