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Posted 4 years ago

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I received this New Home Sewing Machine from my dad in 1990 - he got it at a yard sale. It still works, but I never use it, just love looking at it. Curious if anyone knows anything more about this antique - I've learned it was manufactured in France, with the trademark of a running greyhound and the words "Light Running" between 1878 and early 1900s. Enjoy!

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  1. Vicky Gatton, 4 years ago
    I have an Excelsior that was given to me in 1993. Been trying to get info on mine thru the yrs. I do know that yours and mine were somewhere along the lines of 1860 and 1920 by the way they were made. I have all attachments to mine and have made dresses, curtains and so much more on it. Good Luck w/finding out more on your machine.
  2. Nancy Salisbury, 4 years ago
    I do not know much about the New Home machines , but the cabinet yours is in is called a parlor cabinet .
  3. steph, 4 years ago
    You have a 1906 new home treadle in a parlor cabinet. Search the isamacs web site and you can see some of the original advertising and photos. A solid little machine.
  4. Helena Parr, 4 years ago
    I have what I think is a boudoir machine housed in a walnut davenport. the machine has R. E Simpson patented Glasgow on it.Apart from the info on the ISMACS website I have very little information to hand.Anydetails appreciated Thanks
  5. Tina Myers, 3 years ago
    I have my grandmas 1921 parlor cabinet new home machine just like the one in the pictured above. It is in pretty good shape and it works. The latch on the door doesn't work so I have been trying to find parts. I just love it. It brings back so many memories of sewing with my grandma. I have been looking on ebay for needles and belts and anything else I can find. If anybody has anything out there leave a message here and I will try to catch up to you. This summer I am planning making a quilt for my dad. Hope it will bring memories back to him too.
  6. mandy121687, 3 years ago
    i have the same sewing machine and i found advertisements with this sewing machine pictured from 1894! The company has been around since like 1840 or 50 but changed its name alot. The cool thing is they made all the tables and sewing cabinets at their factory so if you have an original stand its a pretty good find.
  7. frostieslady, 3 years ago
    I also have a NewHome sewing machine almost like the one pictured above , however on the inside doors of mine I have an additional storage compartment. The compartment on the right hand side has the bobbins made of metal with the holder built in . on the other door is another compartment to store who knows what , I also would like to get more information on the machine and what it may be worth.. I was not as lucky to have this beautiful pice of furntiure handed down to me , (I wish I had ) but I was lucky enough to have a husband that bought it for me at a second hand shop.
  8. Carole, 3 years ago
    I am working on a New Home Parlor Cabinet right now. I bought the cabinet in Chicago. I can't find one like it any where. I have it ready to put back together and will post a picture when I get it finished. There was no machine in it but due to the design of the wheel cover (like a NH I have purchased) I have a late 1800's machine to put in it. There is a date of 1895 stamped on the wood. I am excited about using it.
  9. Carole, 3 years ago
    tamilwed and frostieslady, I am needing some advice on a bracket that is missing on my New Home cabinet. This bracket is on the inside left and right, back top. It takes three screws and holds the machine up to sewing position. It looks like there is a wooden piece there in the above pictures. I can send a picture of where the bracket goes if I need to. I can make what I need if I only knew what it is. Thanks
  10. cfrealy, 3 years ago
    I think your machine is probably circa 1919 your should be able to fine the serial number on the shuttle cover that is where my was located. I have the same machine as you do. I hope this helps you some.
  11. Bernadette Bernadette, 2 years ago
    I'm not sure where the information came from that this machine was made in France. New Home was a very large US manufacturer. Light Running was their trade catch-cry. http://www.oocities.org/heartland/plains/3081/newhome.html Dating info http://www.ismacs.net/newhome/manufacture_dates.html
  12. Bernadette Bernadette, 2 years ago
    In USA you can call this number for New Home dates 1-800-631-0183

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