I found this little gem at an estate sale last week. It is in great shape with the case. Apparently, it precedes the Singer Featherweight. From what I was able to google, it was made by the Standard company in the 1930's which was eventually purchased by Singer. It is not a GE. The color is rose and the case is rosy brown and it has all the original markings on the lock. It came with a bunch of attachments too. The motor works, but it is missing the belt which I will bring into my vintage repair person next week. Does anyone know anything more about this machine? Oh, forgot to mention, I talked them down to $50. Haven't named her yet, but I'm thinking Rosy as it is the color and it was my dh's mom's name.