The date often given by the Singer corporation as a machine's "birthdate" is actually the date the batches of serial numbers were released for production.
As a classic example: I own a 1951 "badged" Centennial of Sewing machine that obviously is from 1951.
If your sewing machine does not have a model number, but has a serial number similar in location to the image above, use the images below to help identify the sewing machine model number.
There may be cases where your serial number does not fall within a Featherweight production range and may be listed under a different model number machine, such as a Model 15.
Lay your machine on its back and look on the left hand side of the main body (not the folding extension table). I have a feeling that I'll probably always use the new foot pedal now. Best regards and sincerely Yours, "Hi Nova: I just wanted to Thank you for supplying the Sew Straight Guide. My sewing is accurate and not veering off at the end of my seams. She moves freely between each student to insure that everyone understands." "I’ve been sewing on my “quiet” little machine for the past 2 days. Just wanted to let you know how much I personally enjoyed your workshop.
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Singer Sewing Machines were first manufactured in 1851.