Several years ago, I was given an antique Singer treadle sewing machine that has been passed down through my family for a few generations.I had no idea when it was manufactured or its model number.I have to say it works like a dream (and a few of the gals there will be ordering their own!!) Thank you Nova, for a great product and such fast delivery! Now I can have a perfect 1/4inch seam (well, as perfect as I can get), on both my Featherweight and Bernina. You are keeping these valuable machines working for future generations. I just received my first order from you (motor lube and featherweight bobbins) and wanted to say thank you for adjusting the shipping cost. I could not find my sewing machine listed on your website, where can I go for more information?
My flat screen TV usually lives on top of the Singer cabinet, so I look at it every day.
Perhaps someday I'll refurbish it, and when that happens, it will be important to know a little more about the machine.
Thanks to Singer's recent 160th anniversary celebration, I was able to pinpoint my antique machine's model year by entering its serial number into Singer's online database.
It's nice to know my sewing machine was manufactured in 1907.
But I also wanted to find out the model numberwhich at first I thought would be a far more difficult proposition.