BOLLMANN

gegründet   1861

 

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Bollmann, the first sewing machine factory in Vienna, which produced in the 60s sewing machines after Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, Howe and Grover & Baker System.

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1873 

The Austrian sewing machines manufacturers, especially the Wiener, were represented quite rich at the Vienna exhibition; they partly , exhibited Grover & Baker machines as August Rast, and Popp & Sosna, which of their Wheeler & Wilson machine had added a device for generating of Grover & Baker-stiches . Steiner in Graz presented Wheeler & Wilson machines , also had J. Anger, L. Bollmann & Co. and Reichel & Co., Sämmtlich in Vienna, issued Schiffchenmaschinen without particularly worthy of remark.

Auch die österreichischen Nähmaschinenfabrikanten , besonders die Wiener , waren auf der Ausstellung ziemlich reich vertreten , sie hatten theil weise noch Grover & Baker-Maschinen ausgestellt, wie A. Rast, und Popp & Sosna, welche ihrer Wheeler & Wilson-Maschine eine Vorrichtung zur Erzeugung des Grover & Baker-Stiches zugegeben hatten. Steiner in Graz stellte Wheeler & Wilson-Maschinen zur Weisszeugfabrikation aus, ferner hatten J. Anger, L. Bollmann & Co. sowie Reichel&Co., sämmtlich in Wien, Schiffchenmaschinen ohne besonders Bemerkenswerthes ausgestellt.

 

1880  BRITISH PATENT

GB 5.252

A. Storer, a communication from Louis Bollmann and J. Bollman, both of Penzing, Austria, for improvements in apparatus for overhead sewing.

December 14, 1880

 

1885  AMERICAN PATENT

US 323.108                            Louis Bollmann

Improvements in Dynamo-Electric Machines

For which invention I have been granted patents in:

Great Britain, GB 14.779  November 8, 1884;

France, F 165.437  November 18, 1884;

Belgium, B 66.952  November 20, 1884;

Italy, I XXXV, 366  December 31, 1884;

Austria-Hungary, A-H 42.744  March 6, 1885 and A-H 11.356 March 6, 1885.

July 28, 1885