Vintage singer sewing machine dating

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In the meantime Singer started to build a new manufacturing plant to be located in Anderson, South Carolina that would manufacture all slant-needle model sewing machines and was completed in 1950. It passes through point A, a real point of vantage common to both parts.

Today many of the vintage models are collectors items and very much sort after.The needle-bar and the presser-bar are inclined rearward between eight and sixteen degrees to a vertical plane.It has been found that if the parts are inclined less; than about eight degrees from vertical, a clear stitching point is not obtained.1-100 101-900 901-1711 1712-2521 2522-3400 3401-4283 4284-6847 6848-10477 10478-14071 14072-25024 25025-43000 43001-61000 61001-79396 79397-99426 99,427-123,058 123,059-149,399 149,400-180,360 180,361-223,414 223,415-283,044 283,045-369,826 369,827-497,660 497,661-913,999 914,000-963,999 964,000-1,349,999 1,350,000-1,914,999 1,915,000-2,034,999 2,350,000-2,154,999 2,155,000-2,764,999 2,765,000-2,924,999 2,925,000-3,679,999 3,680,000-3,939,999 3,940,000-4,889,999 4,890,000-5,483,999 5,494,000-6,004,999 6,005,000-6,524,999 6,525,000-7,046,499 7,046,500-7,471,599 7,471,600-7,918,999 7,919,000-8,615,499 8,615,500-9,436,999 9,437,000-9,809,999 9,810,000-10,629,9909 10,630,000-11,338,999 11,339,000-11,913,499 11,913,500-12,745,499 12,475,500-13,387,999 13,388,000-14,047,999 14,048,000-14,919,999 14,920,000-15,811,499 15,811,500-16,831,099 During WWII some Singer manuafacturing records were lost.These records include the following starting with letter prefix A, C, E, M, T, W and X series in front of the serial numbers.

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