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Thread: Old Portable Singer

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    Senior Member cabinfever's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinabug
    I took these w/my iPhone, hopefully they might help with the identity. I hope I'm not being a PIA & I hope I did the attachments correctly. I'm eating purple peeps, lots of energy.
    Your picture seems to show a typical 99 slide-plate on the left, should be the typical square style...saw them on ebay for $9-$12 + shipping.

    99 slide-plate goes in from the right
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    I think so, looks like someone put tape on for a0 5/8 in. seam. I'm really anxious to get it spruced up.
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    I just purchased a 99K a few weeks ago, at the "Red Barn".. and they gave me some yarn,(free) for my work for the NICU at our local hospital, and 2 local nursing homes..... I haven't checked it out completely yet, but it was a bargain at $6.00 YES ! I have a collection of machines,(I like my 'toys'..) as well as a pleating machine,(for smocking) Husquevarna for 'fancy work'.. a serger....knitting machine... best of all , is the Singer 319W that I purchased in 1957.. (even has 'cams' for fancy work..) Diana O. Question....who will get my 'goodies' when I gone? I'm 81 now !

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