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Thread: Looking for information on this machine

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    Senior Member jrharry's Avatar
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    Does anyone know anything about this machine? I have searched the internet and have not found anything. I also have a 1934 Singer, Class 15-91. What type of machine is this?

    Also the paint is chipping. How do you fix these areas?
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    It's a Cinderella Singer of course. Sorry I can't help.

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    why don't you take it to an antique dealer? Maybe he could tell you something ????

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    I have no idea, but it sure is very pretty!

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    I can't answer your questions, but have to comment on your sweet machine- It is just precious! Hope you can find out what you need to know to preserve as well as use it!

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    Wouldn't Billy know? Lostn51. Beautiful girl

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    GORGEOUS decals. Does she work?

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    Gorgeous. First time I've seen a Cinderella.

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    Someone had a picture of this machine earlier (maybe a month ago). There was also some discussion so if you do a search on this site, you may turn up what you need.

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    Billy would know.
    What a gorgeous machine!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D:D

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    You may get info at the vintage machine shop:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/virtual...jsp?vsnum=1013

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    Darling machine!

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    aint she a beauty!!

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    Beautiful machine!

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    She's gorgeous!!!

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    Someone on another thread (will post a link if I can find it again) posted that Singer at times would make machines that were "blank" -- no Singer logo on them -- so companies could put their own logos on them.

    This one looks like a "blank" Spartan that has been decorated and named Cinderella!

    Edit: Ok, found the post. Scroll down to BARBM32. They were Singer knockoffs.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-118313-2.htm

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    Thank you for the tip on my Cinderella machine. I thought it might be a singer. No serial number so not sure what year it was made. Looks great in my sewing room.

    Jan

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    What a pretty machine. When I have questions about sewing machine; I also called one of the three quilts shops here in town. I will ask around. Good Luck.

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    My gosh...so pretty!

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    Sorry I can't help but it sure is a gem. I haven't seen one
    like it before.

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