Not sure what the right category for this is, but…
Yesterday I bought this amazing vintage 1958 Husqvarna 21E from the daughter of the original owner for €50. It comes with all the original accessoires, manuals, leaflets, everything. Even the original price was included: 695 Dutch guilders, which in today’s money would be €2200/$2400 so it was really a top of the range machine back then. It’s apparantly one of the first machines that come with a zig zag stitch and can do loads of decorative stitches - in fact more than my daily use machine, a 1983 Bernina 801 (also from first owner, my own mother!)
Manual, including instructions on how to mend everything. Clearly written for people who had only handsewing experience.
Everything that’s supposed to be in this box according to the manual is there, even the seam ripper!
These samplers are stamped with the name of the shop so they were probably promotion material.
Leaflet: how to convince your husband you need a Husqvarna. Includes arguments like: " as a man with an eye for beauty surely you must appreciate a slender modern Swedish girl" and “for the DIY-fan: don’t buy this machine. It never breaks down so it’s no fun for you”