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Thread: My Thrift Store Find

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    Super Member verna2197's Avatar
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    I am a new parent of an Vintage White Rotary Sewing Machine. Serial Number 35X119 then on the bottom of the machine there is a number 813. Other than that I do not know anything about this machine. Would love to find something online about it. Oh yeah I only paid $20.00. The cabinet needs work and it needs cleaned real bad, DH started on it yesterday but he is now out of town for a week, so I will be waiting for him to come home so we can get started on it.

    Please be patient I have lots of pics to attach, about 10 of them

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    #2- Cabinet Top & Machine
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    Super Member bluteddi's Avatar
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    it must have a White Rotary Garage Sale weekend... I got one too!!!

    "Crinkle paint" Looks like raised embossing to me
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    They are both beautiful! Have fun!

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    It will be beautiful when you get it all cleaned up.

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    wow you cabinet even almost looks like mine. Does it open too?

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    Have fun restoring!

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    Have fun! Great find!!!

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    Lucky, Lucky, YOU!!!

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    congrats have fun with your new/old one. I had saved some of the wool spools and my DH varnished them and osed thwm for pulls on my fan/light real cute.

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    Lucky ladies!!! Have fun with them.

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