|Title||Certificate of Warranty for Raymond Sewing Machine|
|Year Range from||1890|
|Year Range to||1890|
Certificate of Warranty for a Raymond Sewing Machine; black print and trademark on rectangular off-white paper. The warranty is filled in with pencil. It is issued on April 29, 1890 for sewing machine no "36038" and is signed by the salesman "M. McKinnon."
There is a thin white and then a think black and white patterned border around the outside. In the upper proper right corner is the Charles Raymond trademark - a beaver is resting on a fallen log. In front of the beaver, there is a branch with four maple leaves coming upward out of the log. Printed on the log is "TRADE MARK" and in handwritten printed script "Chas. Raymond" is running diagonally from the log to the beaver's back. Beside the trademark is printed " WARRANTY OF RAYMOND MACHINE".
The contents of the warranty are printed in black:"I hereby warrant the SEWING MACHINE of my manufacture with which this Certificate is given to be perfect in all its parts and do promise to replace or make good without charge any failure arising from an original defect at any time no matter how long the Machine may been in use. Signed Chas. Raymond/ GUELPH, ONT. April 29, 1890 No. of Machine 36038 / Sold by M. McKinnon / Salesmen will invariably date and sign this Certificate and put the Number of the Machine on it."
Raymond Sewing Machine Company
INDUSTRY & TRADE
COMMERCIAL - MANUFACTURING
ANIMALS - BEAVERS
|Dimensions||21 x 8.75 cm. - L x W|