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Thread: Singer Model 15

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    Senior Member Grannyh67's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzi View Post
    Alot of the metal rods and thingies underneath have "Singer" cast into them - not to mention "Singer" is all over the machine. There is no doubt what-so-ever that this is a Singer. Hope more folks who have one of these will post so we can get an idea how many might be out there ........ with this economy we just might be seeing more and more of them hit the market.
    Hope so Suzie, we might start a trend, lol
    Life is SEW great!!!!!!

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    Pretty machine!
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    I do have an original # 15 in the original cabinet (belt missing). I dated it to around 1906 or 1912. Of course I can't find the paper now. I was just working on the cabinet today, refinishing it. The machine is another story !!! In pretty rough shape. But your's is very pretty, old or new.

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    I'm sure you will enjoy mattie-no matter what she is! Her cabinet is gorgeous, btw!

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    I know this thread is a couple of years old, but I am about to purchase a machine just like this one! Rather excited. I own at least four clones and love them all (more than I love my Singers). This one will help me teach my students about copyright, patents, decal design, and function. Looking forward to sewing on this machine. So glad I found this thread!! How is this machine doing now?
    Annette

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