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9W

Singer acquired the Wheeler and Wilson Manufacturing Company in late 1905, primarily for their industrial designs. However, they continued to offer one machine for family use – the Singer class 9W, modeled on the Wheeler and Wilson D9, and Singer’s first rotary household machine. For further details read the NeedleBar 9W Survey Report: http://www.needlebar.org/main/survresults/singer9w/index.html
And visit the Wheeler & Wilson pages under US machines in the Library. 127x1 needle/Boye 18. Size wise: 1910 Singer 9W - needle to pillar base 8 1/4", height to tallest place under arm 5 5/8".

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