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    Posted 3 years ago

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    I have no idea about this it was a gift from my stepmom. Please help! It’s also been refinished , but really great shape! I’m just trying to figure out a bit of the history. Thanks so much for all your help!

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    1. Athenajax Athenajax, 3 years ago
      Hi! The cabinet does open up, it’s really cool but the post only allowed for 4 pictures. Maybe I can swap one picture to show the inside. It does have a serial number on the base of the machine 10043375. I tried to google it, but I didn’t come up with much.
      Thanks for responding
    2. Athenajax Athenajax, 3 years ago
      Thank you for all the info! I did update the picture of the inside so you could see. ????
    3. bayhorse, 2 years ago
      I have a singer machine in this exact same cabinet. History of my machine is: Manufactured in 1910. Rebuilt by William McClain at Singer in Urbana, IL. Used in a Home Ec Dept at Warren School, Terre Haute, IN until 1942. My Dad bought it at a sale at the school. It is still in our family and I am still using it often. The cabinet was manufactured for the school class. Hope this helps you
    4. bayhorse, 2 years ago
      In order to use the machine: open the door far enough for it to be under the opened lid, then raise up the small prop that is attached to the door, (This will support the lid). The belt is made of leather and must be aligned in the treadle-wheel after the machine is opened and placed onto the base top. take the belt off the wheel before trying to put machine back in the cabinet. I bought a replacement belt from singer several yrs ago. Let me know if you want any more help with your machine. Hope this helps you

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