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Thread: Vintage Sewing Machine Shop Machine Photos

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    Super Member jbj137's Avatar
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    I like the thread.
    Will post later.
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    Cabbagepatchkid I just adore your Singer 128. I have never seen a machine with such beautiful decals, so pretty. It is like a work of art and the fact that it sews is just a bonus! Congratulations!

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    I have a number of vintage machines, but I don't have photos of all of them yet. I'll post them with their info as I photograph them.

    This one is a Singer model 27, with 25,000 allotted on January 1, 2010, in Elizabeth, NJ. The serial number is G 22926. It has the pheasant decals. It has not been cleaned yet and the cabinet is currently dismantled because the top was in very bad shape and had to be replaced. I love the gorgeous faceplate.
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    This is a model 99 handcrank. The serial number is EL 908022, and it was manufactured on November 20, 1956, in Clydebank, Scotland. There were 50,000 machines allotted on that day. I have to get a new bobbin cover for it yet. My kids love to sew on this machine. The faceplate is very geometric and simple, but is still beautiful.
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    Oh Billy what did you start??? This is a fabulous thread. Such beautiful machines.If they all could talk what would we hear?.You can almost hear them speaking.Maybe I better cut back on my meds.lol. Mary

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    What a great idea. What beautiful machines. Will have to take pic's of mine and post one of these days soon.

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    I have several vintage machines...but these are the only two that I have pictures of...

    The first is a Pfaff 130 in a maple cabinet...purchased for $5.00 at an estate auction. In perfect running condition! :)

    The second is a Featherweight with the table that I purchased at an auction for $110 for both table and machine! She needed a servicing and an oil drip pan when I got her. She's now up and running beautifully! :)

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    1946 Featherweight and table
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    Two Singer 66-1 with Brown Lotus decals and back clamps. The spoke wheels are slightly different; one is larger than the other.
    One machine has mount for adding hand-crank or motor.

    1914 Singer 66-1 with smaller wheel and mount.
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    1907 Singer 66-1 with larger wheel, not side mount for hand-crank
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    the mounting area for handcrank or motor
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    no mounting area. larger spoke wheel
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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif
    Two Singer 66-1 with Lotus decals and back clamps. The spoke wheels are slightly different; one is larger than the other.
    One machine has mount for adding hand-crank or motor.
    Nice!! Are those both the brown Lotus?

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    I'm making note of different treadles and cabinets too.
    First photo is straight-leg treadle. Second photo is standard treadle. Third photo is standard treadle with cabinet that once had wooden legs and was used for e-machine. I just mounted this cabinet on treadle since the treadle's cabinet was beyond hope.

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    The mix.
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