GB 12.060/1848 Jean Marie Magnin
Machinery for Sewing and Embroidering
of Villefranche (Rhone), in the kingdom of France, avocat, for improvements in machinery for sewing, embroidering and for making cords or plats; being a communication; 6 months.
February 9, 1848
In 1848 Thimonnier Barthelemy received a British patent with his associate Jean Marie Magnin. He had improved his machine, making it of metal instead of wood, and through the assistance of J. M. Magnin, of Villefranche, he secured a patent in England, which was finally sold to a Manchester company.
The Manufacturer and Builder (1888)
barbed or hooked needle, one thread, chain stitch sewing machine