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Thread: Found A National " Two Spool" in the middle of nowhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif View Post

    I believe it is Jon that may have information on the Nationals...or is it Davis machines. Anyhow, this machine was once posted here on QB, and Jon informed the person posting the CL ad that the machine was a rotary machine and not a Two Spools. There is someone out there collecting information on National machines, and they may be of help to you. I just can't recall who that person can be right now.
    The National sewing machine group at Yahoo would be the place for Two Spools information. Damascus Anne is the moderator and has lots of "Birthday" information (dating sounds awkward).

    http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/nsmco/info?tab=s

    I collect Davis information and products and am currently looking for an inexpensive Dayton bicycle or motorcycle and a 1920 Bluebird washing machine.

    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBeamer View Post
    There's a rule on most forums: "Pictures or it never happened."

    Sounds like someone might be a nurse because we say if it isn't charted it didn't happen.
    Also as a real newbie to vintage machines, why is this one called a 2 spool? I only see one spool "spike" or what ever the thread holder is called.
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    Instead of a bobbin it uses a spool. One spool on top and one underneath.

    I found another ad -- this one from 1927. It has prices of some machines but not this one.
    http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...1628%2C6282347
    Sheila

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    Regarding Cathy's machine, I sometimes wonder how the bed decals get worn near the pillar but not in front of the needle. Any ideas? Sewing clothes with metal zippers?
    Sheila

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    Another interesting ad with prices. Notice the Singer 66 "repossed" machine. I guess they mean repossessed? Poor sewist. Also some prices of things I've never heard of -- Golden Star, New Model, Field and C&C.
    http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...6472%2C2199816
    Sheila

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheluma View Post

    I found another ad -- this one from 1927. It has prices of some machines but not this one.
    http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...1628%2C6282347
    D'oh! The title of the ad says $95. That seems to be the price for a used machine. $140 new. It was their top-of-the line electric in 1927.
    Sheila

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