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Thread: 1934 Singer sewing

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    Senior Member BizyStitches's Avatar
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    1934 Singer sewing

    I got this at an auction for $25.00 and it sews just fine. Cabinet was a little rough, but will try and refinish it. It had all kinds of attachments. I'm 'sew' happy with it, just wanted to share. I hope the picture comes through. Seems I have all kinds of problems when I want to post a picture.
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    VERY nice! Enjoy!
    One day, you'll only be a memory for some people. Do your best to be a good one.

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    Love my 15-91! If I could only keep 1 machine, that would be it. I found mine at an auction too.
    I have a screw driver and YouTube--I can fix it!

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    wow very pretty, thanks for sharing and have fun playing with her.

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    Really nice, there is something that draws us to these older machines, and it's not just their reliability. They have a special charm.

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    Sew pretty----lovely machine and a real workhorse!

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    Lovely machine. Have fun sewing on it.

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    Lovely little machine and what a good buy! My DD has the 15-91 and its a sweet little sewing machine that you will love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennett View Post
    Love my 15-91! If I could only keep 1 machine, that would be it. I found mine at an auction too.
    How do you know the number 15-91, and does that mean anything special?

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    We can tell by the shape of the machine, and the location of the tension dial on the faceplate that the machine is a model 15, that we can't see a belt to "drive" the machine, tells us that it's got a "potted" motor. Machines with those features are models 15-91.
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