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    Posted 5 years ago

    Valesia
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    Hello, i have this sewing machine which was my grandmother's but i don't know a lot about it. I searched to find out more but there's no info about it, only similar sewing machines like Singer. In the photo you can see the serial number. It also writes somewhere C4 and the number 235. Can anyone help me? I'll be thankful!

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    1. Hunter Hunter, 5 years ago
      Here's some interesting info on Ideal: http://www.sewalot.com/ideal_%20sewing_machines.htm

      From the art deco styling, I would assume this is a 1920s model.
    2. Valesia Valesia, 5 years ago
      Thank you Hunter for the info i found it very interesting! I think it's a 1920s model too.. i keep searching
    3. Bernadette Bernadette, 5 years ago
      This Ideal is a Japanese central bobbin machine based on the Singer 15, you can see the Japan Light Industry mark there, JL-A 19. It would have been made some time after the 1950s and isn't connected to the Ideal in the other link.

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