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Thread: Help to identify vintage Singer

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    Hi

    Is this a 15-91? It has a centennial badge so 1951 must be the year. What does M.R. stand for? Any ballpark figures for the value of this machine in a plain table?

    I hope the picture shows up and isn't too huge.

    Thanks

    Nancy

    Singer 15-91?
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    Gorgeous! I wonder if the M.R. might be custom added initials.

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    I'd name the machine Mister:)

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    It is a 15 and I love this machine. I got a quilt under mine now! I can put no value on this machine! To me it is priceless. My dh bought mine for me 36 yrs ago for $20 and I wouldn't sell it for anything! Just a tank!

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    I just got one. Still trying to figure it out. Can't find manual. The one online is over 100 PGA can't print all those!

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    I just got one. Still trying to figure it out. Can't find manual. The one online is over 100 Pgs can't print all those!

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    it is beautiful. brings back memories of my mom's machine. hers had the spool spindle on the bottom right to do the bobbin winding, too.

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