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201-1 and FULL MODEL DESCRIPTIONS

201-1 = treadle
201-2 = Gear driven potted motor
201-3 = Belt driven external motor
201-4 = Handcrank
1200 = a 201 with added knee lifter so that machine may be used as a "semi- or light-industrial" setting in an industrial table (see 1200 example later in album) ie used by what Singer termed an "artisan".

Size-wise: 1950 Singer 201-2 - needle to pillar base 7 7/8", height to tallest place under arm 5 3/8"

Produced in America from 1932 - 1957 (793,564 machines), produced in Kilbowie 1935 - 1961 (1,729,754 machines). The 201K1 and 201K2 were heralded in England in 1935 as "The Jubilee Sewing Machine", during the year of George V's Silver Jubilee.

The model was designed for hand, treadle or electric drive. Rotary sewing mechanism, numbered stitch length lever, forwards and reverse feed, chromium plated parts.

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