1904 Standard rotary machine.

Old 02-02-2020, 10:14 AM
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I have some how lost the bobbin holder to this machine. It was in it when I bought it but I guess moving out of crowded store into my truck it fell out.
I found one on eBay but lost it by 50cent so sick. I haven't been able toc across anymore. Does anyone know if there is a bobbin holder from another antique machine that I might be able to use.
I have found a copy of the original Manuel and attachments to it. But no bobbin holder.
I am in the process of cleaning her up and want to be able to use it asap. It's going to take a while to get all the things that are suppose to be silver cleaned as they are a rusty black as of now.
Some pieces cleaned easily but some not so easy.
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you, sheree
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Old 02-02-2020, 10:25 AM
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Welcome to the QB from SE Michigan It would be helpful to know a bit more about your machine. Is this a Singer or other make of machine I believe we may be able to help knowing what make of machine it is. Hopefully someone here will have an answer for you real quickly.

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Old 02-02-2020, 12:26 PM
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Originally Posted by juliasb View Post
Welcome to the QB from SE Michigan It would be helpful to know a bit more about your machine. Is this a Singer or other make of machine I believe we may be able to help knowing what make of machine it is. Hopefully someone here will have an answer for you real quickly.
I'm sorry it is a 1904 Standard rotary treadle. From Cleveland Ohio. USA. Thanky for the welcome.
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We like pictures especially of sewing machines and attachments. I have lost pieces from the store to home.

I'm not positive, but I'm thinking there are similar bobbin cases, however, I think that one is unique.

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Old 02-03-2020, 12:34 PM
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For reference (in case anyone has a box of bobbin cases sitting around) Here is a picture of the early Standard bobbin case. Please note, later machines had a case with a hollow tube instead of a pin in the center, so while the bobbins are interchangeable, the bobbin cases are not.


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