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Thread: Help needed with identifying an antique sewing machine!!

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    Super Member sash's Avatar
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    Such a beautiful machine and history. Enjoy and thanks for sharing with us.

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    Senior Member ppquilter's Avatar
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    Would love to get a hand-crank! Congrads and good luck!
    Born to Quilt, Forced to work.

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    Helen,
    Listen to Muv. She knows her stuff when it comes to long bobbin machines. Those are her favorites and she has sewn with them for a while. You can still find those long bobbins on the internet and Sew Classic. com has them also. They are in Ohio and ship quickly. Jennie knows her bobbins and can help you get them. Needles may be harder to find. Your machine is beautiful and in good shape cosmetically. Keep her forever.

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    Machine identification tag is extremely important for brand identification of sewing machine. Sewing machine companies looking for such tag that engraved permanently on their brand machine.

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