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Thread: Antique Singer

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    Junior Member ree-nee's Avatar
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    Can anyone tell me how to find the year my machine was made?
    It is one of the old singers with the case that looks like an rural mailbox.

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    Senior Member c1bendt's Avatar
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    Go here and look up your serial number on your machine
    http://www.singerco.com/support/serial_numbers.html

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    Junior Member ree-nee's Avatar
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    Very neat.
    My machine was made on November 1, 1948

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    always such fast answers it is great

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    Quote Originally Posted by ree-nee
    Very neat.
    My machine was made on November 1, 1948
    Yay! Which model is it?

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    Junior Member ree-nee's Avatar
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    It is not a Featherweight it is in one of those wooden cases that looks like an old rural mailbox.
    It is electric and very clean.
    i don't know what model it is.
    The case is broke on the bottom and I am trying to get it restored.

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    Super Member cabbagepatchkid's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ree-nee
    It is not a Featherweight it is in one of those wooden cases that looks like an old rural mailbox.
    It is electric and very clean.
    i don't know what model it is.
    The case is broke on the bottom and I am trying to get it restored.
    You can look up the serial number here to find the model and year of manufacture:
    http://www.singerco.com/support/serial_numbers.html

    That type of wooden case is called 'Bentwood'. They are beautiful, aren't they?

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