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  1. No problem to separate them. PM or call.
  2. Hi, 

    Just saw your post. I will sell just the head for $275. plus shipping from West Palm.  Or you are welcome to pick it up if in the area.

    Thanks,

    Dan

  3. Pearson sold; new owner is "ecstatic" to finally acquire a #6.
  4. One is a 31-15 and the other is a 31-K15. Both are in good condition and sew very well. Included is an original Singer treadle stand and numerous extra feet and other attachments. All three for $700. plus shipping at cost from West Palm Beach, Fl. Any questions PM or 561-568-6853.
  5. Here is a link to a YouTube video of this machine sewing three layers of Sedgwick English bridle back with a total thickness slightly more than 5/8". May be of interest to anyone who hasn't seen a Pearson at labor.
  6. Didn't intend to be cryptic! Pearson is located in West Palm Beach Florida.
  7. $2,350.
  8. Pearson 6 Harness Stitcher, complete with shuttle, bobbin winder, extra feet, needles, and some other parts. On original stand with pedals. PM me for additional information. Will post a photo when I figure out how to resize it.
  9. Re-listed it with much better pictures. If you wanted a closer look at some of Don King's Sheridan Style carving, here it is: http://www.ebay.com/itm/281478962142?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  10. Relisted at: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Don-King-Roping-Saddle-/281469776801?
  11. I have a Don King roping saddle up for auction on Ebay. I bought this saddle from from King's Saddlery in Sheridan, Wyoming. Have a look; these saddles have become collector's items since Don passed away in 2007. http://www.ebay.com/itm/281464565229?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  12. Anyone know of a source for the elastic that is used on the side of tall riding boots? Seems a lot of boots now have a band of elastic running from the ankle to the top of the boot which gives a better fit. It's about two inches wide, and rthe difference is that it stretches sideways rather than lengthwise. I've been looking for this stuff for quite a while and the suppliers tell me it doesn't exist or they can't get it.
  13. One thing I have found out about owning a Pearson; if you need help, it seems every other Pearson owner is there for you. John Leighton told me years ago that he took the flywheel off of one of his Pearsons and brought it to a foundry to have some castings made. He told the foundry people it was irreplaceable. They broke it.