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    Posted 10 years ago

    bucketwoman
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    I'm trying to get some information about this machine. I believe that it is a 1922 according to the serial number, but I don't know any more about it. Does anyone know how to find out what it's value is or any history of the make?

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    Comments

    1. bucketwoman, 10 years ago
      Thank you! The lever overlapping the badge is actually a stitch regulator. I wondered if that had been added.
    2. stefdesign stefdesign, 10 years ago
      Are there any accessories in the drawers? That was a fun find for me when I examined my old Singer.
    3. bucketwoman, 10 years ago
      Sadly, nothing really fun found in the drawers - I have fond memories of the one my mother had (she traded it in on a generic machine :/ ) that had an entire drawer of unique buttons! We used to play in the button drawer!
    4. Bernadette Bernadette, 10 years ago
      Your machine is a model 66 from the batch of 50000 commissioned August 8 1922. That lever and cover is definitely an add-on, does it do reverse? I've never seen one like that and it wouldn't have originally had reverse in that model.
      To find out it's value you could research eBay or similar online sites, the Redeye 66 is relatively common in the US - yours is from a batch of 50,000 and there were hundreds of thousands of them produced over many years.

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