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Courtesy of Linda Scholten


Singer 12 Feet

1874 patent

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Singer Cabinet Catalog

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Shaw and Clark

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Singer Letter A

Serial # 48701 - ?1864

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Early Singer Puzzle Box

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General Electric Controller

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General Electric Sewhandy

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Serial #1984

Singer 24

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Serial #C5494680

Padukah Quilt

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Singer Faceplate

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Grover & Baker Treadle 1862

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Bell Machine Manual Diagram (Item 7)

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Singer 24 Hand

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Bell Sewing Machine

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Instructions for the Singer Embroidery Attachments

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One Thread Attachment

Two Thread Attachment

Pages From a 1911 Singer Almanac

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Singer Flyers

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Bernina 125

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Singer Style-o-matic Presser Foot

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Embroidered High Arm Singer Trade Card

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Famous Buttonholer Model C

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Singer Tracing Wheel

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Singer BU 7a Motor

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Pan American Machine

Pictures courtesy of the Lyman Museum, Hilo, Hawai`i

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Ideal toy Treadle

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Merry Singer 1891

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Singer Bank

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Willcox & Gibbs Cabinet #6

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Singer 301 'Card Table'

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Singer referred to these as Utility Tables in the cabinet catalog. The one Linda has acquired is most likely the #316, which was for the 401 machine.

The true 301 shortbed table is a #315. The table for a 301-2 (long bed) is #314.

The splayed legs are the clue to Slant-shank-machine tables.

Necchi Toy Machine

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Rocketeer Manual Extract


Singer 28 Winder

Serial # G2401431

The bobbin tire has been removed, as it is going to be a display piece in a shop. You can see that although I have the bobbin winder mechanism pushed as close to the handwheel (originally on the machine) as possible, and it is the 6 inch diameter handwheel, the bobbin winder tire would barely meet the handwheel.

The detail shots show that the bobbin winder tire area only really lines up with the handwheel rim and not the belt groove on the machine.

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