Using the serial number you can use the charts below to find the date when your machine was given a batch assignment at the factory.If you do not find your machine serial number listed in the charts, then further in the text below will be more references and info.There is a long propounded myth that the Singer Company can pinpoint the very day of manufacture of its machines. The date given as a "birthdate" is simply the day on which vast batches of serial numbers were released to the various factories.The dates given below are the days on which those batches were started, together with the number of machines in each consignment.Right, let's get started: You will find your serial number embossed onto the metal body of your machine.
Within eight years, the yearly sales reached 180,000 sewing machines, which included their New Family machines released for sale in 1865.
It's nice to know my sewing machine was manufactured in 1907.
But I also wanted to find out the model numberwhich at first I thought would be a far more difficult proposition.
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In the early 1850s, Isaac Merritt Singer inventing the first really practical sewing machine of the times.