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    Senior Member Quilter Day-by-Day's Avatar
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    Also found these

    Singer AH752802 for 185.00 in a sewing cabinet with the drawers down one side. Someone posted a cabinet something like this the other day. All I can find out from the Singer site is it is a 1948. It doesn't say anymore on there site about when it was born and how many and where it was born. The next one is a Singer Lotus D445188 for 95.00 in a beautiful cabinet treadle,born 1908. Also i found a treadle machine in a cabinet that is a Domestic for 85.00 but didn't have a piece of paper when I saw that one so don't have a model # for this one,never heard of a Domestic. This is the other one,singer AA480007 according to Singer born in 1925 and someone just posted a pic of one they just got so I know it is a Singer 128 VS it is in a wood case is it worth 85.00?
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    Got pictures?

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    AH752802 is a 66 commissioned on Aug 26, 1948.

    D445188 is also a 66, commissioned August 11, 1908

    As for the Singer 128 for $85? Yes, if the machine is in good shape and complete.

    Graham wrote a nice article on Domestic here:

    http://www.ismacs.net/domestic/thoug...e_company.html
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    Charlee,

    Exactly where do you find the commission dates? I know where to find the serial numbers but when I go to that page all I see is the serial number range and year.

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    OH, also, where do find what model number goes with what serial numbers? I've tried finding that too.

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    Find the charts HERE

    Just click on the appropriate link to go to the serial number/model breakdown. These charts will give you the model, and the commission dates (not to be confused with actual manufacture date, no one knows those, but they can be estimated)
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    I should also add to be alert to a few mistakes here and there.... my 115 is listed as a model 27 or 25, can't recall which one...
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    Thank you very much for the links. I picked up a fairly decent parlor cabinet this week containing what I now know is an electrified model 15 with "RAF decals". They look like lightning bolts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlee View Post
    Find the charts HERE

    Just click on the appropriate link to go to the serial number/model breakdown. These charts will give you the model, and the commission dates (not to be confused with actual manufacture date, no one knows those, but they can be estimated)
    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monroe View Post
    Thank you very much for the links. I picked up a fairly decent parlor cabinet this week containing what I now know is an electrified model 15 with "RAF decals". They look like lightning bolts!
    You're welcome!! We don't see a lot of the RAF decals in the states. While I wouldn't say they're "rare", they're not as common!
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