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To date 226 Avery style needle cases have been discovered. Visit these pages to see photographs of each design
as well as the original design registration or patent and gain knowledge about variations within each design.
In 2013 an Avery Survey was created in order to gather as much information as possible about Avery style needle cases
from collectors and interested parties around the world. The Avery Survey is easy to complete and gives you a
chance to contribute to this important research. Be sure and stop here to see the survey results.
Learn how the author turned a hobby cross stitching antique sampler reproductions into a passion for collecting Avery
needle cases resulting in a published book, a Wikipedia article, a TCI Bulletin article and conference presentation and
The companion books to Estelle Horowitz and Ruth Mann’s “Victorian Brass Needlecases” have finally been written. Visit this page to
learn more about how to order Terry Meinke's three books "A Guide to Collecting Avery Needle Cases - Second Edition" published in 2020, "Histories of the
Redditch Area Manufacturers Associated with Avery Needle Cases" published in 2020 and “My Avery Needle Case Collection”
published in April 2012.