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Thread: New Home Vintage Sewing Machines Club

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    Lets's chit chat about the old machines!
    If you have a "New Home" Vintage Sewing Machines please post your pictures here so we can all enjoy your old machines.

    I just looked and the one that I have which was my grandma's is a New Home. I have all of the attachments and manual. It is in a beautiful cabinet, which I have sitting in my living room along with the old spinning wheels and weaving looms.

    I am waiting for the picture to download from cell phone to computer. It is taking a few minutes!

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    Lucky you. Have fun playing with you new vintage toy.

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    This is the picture of grandma's "New Home" Sewing Machine,

    how would I determine the year manufacturer of this machine?

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    I have a New Home I purchased from a thrift store. It isn't in a cabinet, it's in a case. I LOVE it, probably my favorite machine. So quiet and smooth running. DD sewed on "Naomi" one day and I didn't think I would get her back :) :)

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    cool, I remember watching my grandma sew on this one years ago, what a treasure for me to have!

    Quote Originally Posted by Terryl
    I have a New Home I purchased from a thrift store. It isn't in a cabinet, it's in a case. I LOVE it, probably my favorite machine. So quiet and smooth running. DD sewed on "Naomi" one day and I didn't think I would get her back :) :)

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    That is such a nice machine! And it looks like she took good care of it. So happy for you!!! :D

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    Craftybear,
    To find out the year your sewing machine was manufactured call this number and tell them the serial number and they will tell you. 1-800-631-0183
    I bought a New Home treadle and called that number and they said it was made in 1891. I'll post a picture of it later.
    Judy

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    Lovely machine!

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    What a beautiful machine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    This is the picture of grandma's "New Home" Sewing Machine,

    how would I determine the year manufacturer of this machine?
    What is the serial I have the dates and serials for the New Home Sewing Machine Company up to 1949. Post the serial number and I will see if I can help you out.

    Billy

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