From Graces Guide
No. 15. 26 inch 'ordinary.' One of the smallest machines ever made. Built about 1885 by William Bourdon, Bromley, Kent, for his son Marcus, now a well-known journalist in Coventry. Plain bearings throughout. Weight 20 lbs. Loaned by Mr. M. Bourdon. Comparison with the 62 inch 'ordinary' in the photograph makes an interesting contrast.