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Thread: Pic's of my singer treadle

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    Super Member JudyTheSewer's Avatar
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    Pretty machine! When I was looking for a 15 or 115 the kind folks on this board said that a 15 is an oscillating hook and the 115 is a rotary. I bought a 115 which they also said was a little more rare. Plus, since it is a rotary hook it has a bit better tension when making quick turns. Enjoy your new baby. Her cabinet is gorgeous! Mine came in a rather plain 5 drawer maple treadle cabinet and has the Tiffany Gingerbread decals too.

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    You do have a very nice sewing machine. I often wonder about the travels of the sewing machine that were made in Europe and are now residing here in the US. What a story they could tell if they could.
    Sweet Caroline

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    looks like a model Singer 15, love the cabinet, beautiful.
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    oh my goodness. I love her. I think she is pretty just as she is. Bet you have a name for her already. She is wonderful. Wish I could help ID her, but haven't a clue. Thanks for sharing the picture.

    Quote Originally Posted by ube quilting View Post
    Who knows anything about this little girl?

    Serial # C5863299 ; No model # that I can find.

    She may not look to pretty but she runs and makes a beautiful stitch.

    I am looking for a manual to go with her.

    Attachment 375466

    Attachment 375467

    Attachment 375468

    Any info would by greatly appreciated.
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    Super Member JudyTheSewer's Avatar
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    The stamping of the serial numbers isn't always easy for me to read. I am wondering if the alpha on your serial number is a "G" rather than a "C"? If yes, here is the information I found on ismacs:

    LETTER
    G-
    REGISTER NMBR FROM
    5862331
    REGISTER NMBR TO
    5912330
    MACHINE CLASS
    (MODEL NO.)
    15
    QUANTITY ALLOTTED
    50000
    DATE ALLOTTED
    January 3
    YEAR ALLOTTED
    1918

    Below is a picture of the serial number on my machine. I read mine as a "G". I pasted the ismacs info for this serial number too showing that my machine is a 115:


    G- 4663716 4673715 115 10000 May 3 1916
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    Super Member ube quilting's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JudyTheSewer View Post
    The stamping of the serial numbers isn't always easy for me to read. I am wondering if the alpha on your serial number is a "G" rather than a "C"? If yes, here is the information I found on ismacs:


    LETTER
    G-
    REGISTER NMBR FROM
    5862331
    REGISTER NMBR TO
    5912330
    MACHINE CLASS
    (MODEL NO.)
    15
    QUANTITY ALLOTTED
    50000
    DATE ALLOTTED
    January 3
    YEAR ALLOTTED
    1918

    Below is a picture of the serial number on my machine. I read mine as a "G". I pasted the ismacs info for this serial number too showing that my machine is a 115:


    G- 4663716 4673715 115 10000 May 3 1916

    @ Judythesewer, Thanks for the info. I checked my serial# and for sure it is a 'C'. The letter is san-serif.
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    I have a 66 singer, a 1591 and a 99k. And they all work. Love them.
    Love your machine. Do you have any more antiques?

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    Love it...I got one that looks like her...It was given to me by a friend in Kentucky....I am working on mine trying to get her cleaned up..

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    Pretty machine and cabinet.
    Quilting is an addiction that you can be proud of and enjoy.
    Elna TSP,Kenmore,Singer Futura,Singer Red Eye x2,Singer 66,White Rotary Treadles x2, Montgomery Wards, Janome 10000,Singer 201-2 1947,Juki serger, Black 1947 Featherweight. Singer 301a 1951, Parlor Cabinet Treadle w/ White.
    Deb

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