FRISTER & ROSSMANN
TS48 sewing machines after 1925
From 1920 to 1928, Oliver Quitmann, Agent for England and Colonies, had his offices at 18 City Road, Finsbury Square, London EC1.
From 1925 serial numbers were re-numbered.
From 1928 to 1939, Oliver Quitmann, Agent for England and Colonies, had his offices at 23 & 24 Little Britain, Newgate St, London EC1.
TS48-K from # 3.662.700 (1925 c.) to # 3.544 (1929 c.)
The nickel-plated or chromed front head (face plate) was already used by the company on the TS48 model, in 1913 c.
TS48 floral design s/n 3.711.900 (1926 c.)
TS48-K # 3.784.725 (1927 c.)
The Sole Agent in London, Oliver Quitmann from 18 CITY ROAD, Finsbury Square, will move to 23-24 LITTLE BRITAIN, Newgate Street.
LAST RECORDED TS48-K WAS MADE IN 1929
In 1929 Frister & Rossmann was in dissolution and serial numbers were re-numbered again. In 1931 the company Gritzner merged with the Gebrüder Kayser AG in Kaiserslautern for Gritzner-Kayser AG.
TS48 MODEL WAS STILL PRODUCED IN 1932
The below page, part of a 1932 Frister & Rossmann catalogue, has sewing machines, tables and cabinets for sale, all with their own prices.
IN 1932 SALES EXCEED 2 MILLIONS MACHINES
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