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    Posted 6 years ago

    Krob322
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    I have had the machine for years. it's from my grandmothers house. I need info on it to determine what to do with it. Serial number is G6805771. I think this makes it about 1910. Complete with cast iron pedestal; and wood cabinet in very good condition. was probably refinished in the late 60's or early 70's. Any info appreciated.

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    1. Mercy, 6 years ago
      What is it your wanting to do. Are you wanting to learn how to use. It looks almost a match to the one I have. I have the original owners manual. I can pass info to you.
    2. Krob322, 6 years ago
      I am really trying to gather information on it. Is it really a 1910 era machine? Other than the family history is there any value to it? What is the model? Is it common or rare? etc.
      All I know is that it's been in my grandparents house as long as I could remember.
    3. Mercy, 6 years ago
      Here is a DATA BASE of serial numbers. If you need some other kind of help, I will do what I can. http://ismacs.net/singer_sewing_machine_company/serial-numbers/singer-g-series-serial-numbers.html
    4. fortapache fortapache, 6 years ago
      Yep 1910 model 29.
    5. SweetViolet SweetViolet, 6 years ago
      This is a very nice machine you have. Its exactly the same make and model which I use for all of my sewing, treadle and all. I used it recently to repair a seams on some breeches. I believe that this is actually a 1910 Singer Model 66 Sewing machine. These are in my opinion very easy to use and maintain, and are of the highest quality, reliable and built to last many lifetimes. Stylish too!, and use no electricity. That's why I use still use one, a little oil once in a while and they're ready to go. Be sure to enjoy, that's a treasure!
    6. vrobins7 vrobins7, 6 years ago
      It is a 1919 model 66 with Redeye decals G- 6791271 to 6841270 model 66 allotment/patent date in March 4, 1919 looks like pretty nice and complete.
    7. Bernadette Bernadette, 6 years ago
      The G serial number list tricks a lot of eyes :) The dates on the serial number lists are factory commission dates. There were a huge number of this type made so they are not highly valuable but always loved by their owners.

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