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Picture courtesy of Carolyn Richardson. This machine was developed out of the Singer 9W (previously the Wheeler & Wilson D9 until Singer bought the company) and was Singer's first domestic development of their own Rotary Hook machine in 1912 (the industrial Singer 95 was first manufactured in 1911). Available as a treadle or electric model, in Gold Wings and Tiffany decals. Produced from 1912-1924. Only 333,544 machines made in total in the US, but 115s were in Canada into the 1930s. 20U bobbin and bobbin cases are still available for use with this machine. For further information see the Model 15 chart.

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