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Old 04-04-2012, 06:11 AM
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Originally Posted by DanTwoLakes
It's not a series 7 machine, they are really heavy duty. This is a model 29 made in Elizabeth, NJ. or in 2 different places in Scotland. It is a cylinder bed (also called a post bed) and has the optional table which was extra cost and did not come with the basic machine. It's in very good condition. I sure wouldn't want to do an entire interior with it.

If you can find the serial number, I can tell you exactly how old it is. If it doesn't have a letter before the serial number, it was built before 1900.
The serial number is F91460886 (or the last digit could be a 8)

It wont be much seams in my interior, except when I make the rumble seat.
The original table was rotted out, so I made a new one using the old as a pattern. The small wood drawer is the original one.
I have tightened up both over and under thread a bit, so the seams are really tight and nice.
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