This may be a good time to explain the spelling of Husqvarna and Huskvarna.
Simply, when the town changed its name to Huskvarna the Husqvarna Company, that had been trading across the world, decided to keep the original spelling, and has done to this day.
Note the interesting tension calibration of the Husqvarna Triumf sewing machine. Husqvarna classed it as a 'professional model' though in truth it was a simple vibrating shuttle machine with a larger sewing area. The Husqvarna Class 12 CB model first came out in 1903.
This actual machine was sold in Holland and was a copy of the hugely popular Singer 15 which sold worldwide (the patents had disappeared long ago allowing anyone to copy the mechanism). Husqvarna continued to expand their range adding new items as the markets opened up. By 1919 the company were manufacturing their own engines and just went from strength to strength, always keeping their quality at the highest level.
from basic sewers to incredible embroidery machines.
The Husqvarna Nordic sewing machine was based on the popular Singer model 15 design and ran right up until the outbreak of the Second World War.Husqvarna bought out its first electric sewing machine in 1934 and in 1935 they had their best sales year.The machine above was one of the last all-metal Swedish Husky machines that were built to last a lifetime, circa 1950's.Husqvarna also made the Husqvarna Triumf sewing machine and Husqvarna Gota sewing machine.By the 1920's most of there machines looked similar to many other manufacturers and they also turned to industrial lockstitch machines.