As a classic example: I own a 1951 "badged" Centennial of Sewing machine that obviously is from 1951.However, the serial number on the machine is from 1949.I have pictured the features of the machine and have pointed out some main characteristics to that particular model. Please use our shopping cart when possible, however if you need help e-mail [email protected] we are ask to put a value on these and other older model sewing machines.Due to many variables in the market place we do not value machines.Enhanced with additional pages of useful information and 36 illustrations.This manual is intended for all Singer vibrating shuttle machines made between 1890 to 1940. This manual does not contain information concerning the treadle cabinet.
These models were manuafactured and sold in approximate time period of 1912 through 1950.
They will not be found to be perfect, or absolutely correct, but are provided as an aid for your use and enjoyment.
Singer Featherweights were manufactured in three different plants: Elizabethport, New Jersey in the USA; Clydebank, Kilbowie, Scotland in Great Britain; and St. You can quickly determine which plant your machine was manufactured in by looking at the serial number on the bottom of your machine. I was worried about the wiring to my original foot pedal, therefore, I was glad to get the new one.
ADD BASIC S&H Manual for Singer 15-30 (old style 15 class) .00 Full size, bobbin winder attached to belt guard, takes regular 15 class bobbins, bobbin case #JO1313(15277), bobbin loads down under left side, various gold ornimation.
Tension mounted on left side, no reverse, stitch regulator is a thumb screw. ADD BASIC S&H Manual for Singer 15-91 .00 Full size, bobbin winder attached to motor bracket, takes regular 15 class bobbins, bobbin case #125291(for 15-88, 15-90, 15-91, 15-125), bobbin loads down under left side, some gold trim This machine is gear-drive (no belt).