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    Posted 5 years ago

    aniaheasley
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    Hi, I would like to have some advice about the possible age of this sewing machine. The serial number/code on the stand of the machine is V465876. Thank you

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    1. yougottahavestuff yougottahavestuff, 5 years ago
      Welcome to CW!!!
    2. aniaheasley, 5 years ago
      thank you :)
      I should probably add that in the instructions manual there is a receipt from 25/4/58, but I am not sure if the machine was new at that point or second hand.

    3. yougottahavestuff yougottahavestuff, 5 years ago
      I loved one from 17 days ago that looks like yours. year 1905

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    4. Hobbsran, 5 years ago
      Hello,
      Love these sewing machines...

      In our profile picture, my great, great grandfather , Jesse Hobbs from Pennington Gap Virginia, sold these sewing machines after migrating and settling on Crowleys Ridge in NE Arkansas, and is pictured in a horse pulled SINGER buggy with a singer sewing machine in back. This picture was taken around 1898-1905. The wood used for the case originated in East arkansas (Singer Woods), shipped to the northeast, assembled with the sewing machine, then shipped across the country for retail.



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