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Thread: What part of the White family does this one belong to?

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    What part of the White family does this one belong to?

    She is beautiful but I don't see any model markings on her. Anybody have a clue?
    pic didn't manage to come up on here
    I have posted a picture here and it worked:
    Vintage Japanese 'Badged' sewing machine with fancy stitches
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    Ok lets try for another picture?
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    This one has a door for disks but no disks at all - anybody know what they should look like?
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    It is made in Japan - one very nice machine... Zig zag works fine
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    I have cleaned it and it is sewing - sews through anything - I don't have a manual or disks - I've looked but I can't find anything like it on line. Does that make it a rare machine???? Anybody know a date for this one??? A model number?
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    ARGH the pictures of this machine are so illusive
    I can't find any on line and mine don't want to post
    do you think it is a very shy machine???
    It has GNS in big raised letters on the very bottom of the machine
    There is a serial number 672-4142 on the bottom front
    This one uses high shank attachments.
    I'm hoping someone knows what it is.
    Last edited by miriam; 03-03-2013 at 04:55 AM.
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    maybe someone else has one I have also posted a pic on the vintage sewing machine shop
    Vintage Sewing Machine Shop.....Come on in and sit a spell
    maybe someone can identify this beauty... oh it sews as good as it looks
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    I'll try again for a picture LOL
    Turquoise with red buttons - White sewing machine
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    Name:  Carols white 2.jpg
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Size:  20.1 KBMy friend Carol's hubby brought this one home one day not too long ago. It was on its way to the junk pile. She's looking for info. Can we still call Husqvarna Viking for info on Whites?

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