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Sewing Machines and Bullfighting Posters Collection

The founder of this collection first became interested in sewing machines in 1980 after repairing a family sewing machine. Since then, he has collected nearly two hundred, the oldest dating back to 1860, of different types and more than 10 nationalities, offering us a journey through the evolution of this great invention. It preserves authentic jewels both for their design and their uniqueness, among which we can highlight a special edition of the 50th anniversary of the Singer house, of which only 12 arrived in Spain, or an Elna designed specifically for mutilated people from the Second World War.

His collecting hobby is completed with an exhibition of more than 500 bullfighting posters from 1887 to 1970, featuring the most significant bullfighting figures of all times.

C/ Homero, 20

Group visits by telephone appointment only.

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