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    Super Member Bonbonary's Avatar
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    Here's the treadle I inherited from my grandmother who received it as a gift from her husband. She put miles of thread through this old machine in the 71 years she owned it. My avatar shows the closed cabinet.

    Serial G3772703, made Elizabeth NJ, Aug 6 1914
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    This is my old treadle machine.
    she works fine and has lots of attachments.

    White # fr2292827 born June 3,1913
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    Billy, I love the Henderson-too cool! Will add my own when I'm home in a couple of weeks.

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    My two vintage machines are below!

    The first is my Nanna's old Bernina 530-2 Record, purchased when she lived in England. She'd learned to sew on her mother's (older) Bernina while growing up in Switzerland and this was her first machine purchased just for her sometimes around 1957-58. She sewed on it every day for almost fifty years. I was so delighted when she gave me her machine! It has several embroidery stitches.

    The second is my Singer Featherweight, affectionally named Miss Anise. I bought her at an estate sale and she's the loveliest little machine ever. Cute as a button and sews a beautiful stitch.

    1950's Bernina 530-2 Record (European model)
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    1948 Singer 221 Featherweight
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    Here's my contribution:

    Singer 27-4, Born 1/1/1908 -- Partial serial # D10, rest filed off (suppose it was stolen at some point? (treadle)
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    Singer Model 15-96, Born 11/10/50, Serial # AJ995917 (treadle)
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    Singer Model 15-91, Born 05/11/54, Serial # AL774076
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    Kingston given to me by my grandson's daycare provider--it was her mother's
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    Bellecraft
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    Montgomery Ward Computer 2001
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    Western Electric with foot pedal shaped like a foot
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    Singer 72w19 hemstitch sewing machine 1905-1015. The serial # is from the W series and Singers records are missing.

    Singer 72w19
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    Singer Modle 12
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    Here's my two. First is "Jasper" in daily use, 1940's/1950's Pinnock (made in South Australia) the second is my treadle (in need of restoration - this year's project) Serial no F2131086, manufacture date 1912, Kilbowie Factory, Clydebank, Scotland.

    Pinnock 1940's/1950
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    Singer Treadle
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    Quote Originally Posted by earthwalker
    Here's my two. First is "Jasper" in daily use, 1940's/1950's Pinnock (made in South Australia) the second is my treadle (in need of restoration - this year's project) Serial no F2131086, manufacture date 1912, Kilbowie Factory, Clydebank, Scotland.
    Jasper's a handsome one!

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    Here's mine!

    Singer 500A 1961 #NC571173
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    Quote Originally Posted by virtualbernie
    Quote Originally Posted by earthwalker
    Here's my two. First is "Jasper" in daily use, 1940's/1950's Pinnock (made in South Australia) the second is my treadle (in need of restoration - this year's project) Serial no F2131086, manufacture date 1912, Kilbowie Factory, Clydebank, Scotland.
    Jasper's a handsome one!
    Yes...I love this machine and sews like a dream. Fantastic pics everyone!

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