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    Any new photos? I'm kicking this back to the first page.

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    Cathy, how wonderful to have such a piece of history with your Simplex fabric measuring machine... such memories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollyann View Post
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    and yes, she sews!! So excited! The beaver and the flower are decals all the rest was hand painted enamel and gold leaf with 3 top coats of clear.
    Hollyann, your Raymond looks so beautiful. Did you just clean it up or put new decals on it?

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    OK, everyone, let's remember this thread is for photos, not discussion. Thanks!!

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    Here is a photo of a machine I am working on, I posted more details of it in the main thread. Starting to really like these little 3/4 gems.
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    First post! I've been reading the board for about 5 months and am very appreciative to all of the members sharing info on the Vintage Sewing Machine board. Here is my 66 and the drawing room cabinet it lives in. Special thanks to Charlee for I followed her details on how she cleaned hers. When I am finished cleaning up my Davis NVF I will post those pics. Thanks-

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    This is a Domestic in excellent condition - the tag is from when it was bought - it is a 3/4 size machine. It is light weight if you take it out of its case and base. I have not figured out if I have the right needle yet. Melinda helped me find this one on shopgoodwill. Name:  three quarter size sewing machines 4-7-12 027.JPG
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    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
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    My new 301 Long Bed

    Thanks for all the advice I got yesterday. I was so excited to get her cleaned up, I forgot to take before pictures so here's the after!!
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    My new 301 Long Bed

    Thanks for all the advice I got yesterday. I was so excited to get her cleaned up, I forgot to take before pictures so here's the after!!

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    Better to do something imperfectly, than nothing perfectly.
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    AZ Jane,
    Your machines are beautiful! The plastic bobbins that you show with the 301, won't work. It uses the same bobbins as your featherweight does.

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