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Wildman Mfg Company 1954 vintage textile ad knitting machine pile

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<p>Original 1954 textile trade vintage ad for <b><span style="font-size: 14px;">WILDMAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY.&nbsp;&nbsp;</span></b>Main office and plant was located in Norristown, PA.</p><p> Manufacturers of Knitting Machines. </p><p>Products include Wildman Pile Fabric Machine. Has an unusual fibre carding attachment, raw staple is fed to knitting needles and then locked together with regular knitting yarn formed into backing fabric of plain jersey construction. Staple of almost any type and size may be employed on the machine. The carding unit and needles can handle natural fiber staple as well as staple made of Orlon, Nylon, Acrilan, Dynel or any other synthetic staple.&nbsp;</p><p> Has numerous product images, illustrations, descriptions, applications and specifications provide extensive product details. Unbound from a large 1954 Textile trade magazine, this unique old one-page advertisement would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice graphics. A fabulous addition to your retro textile industry library.&nbsp;</p>
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