This database is the first and only complete database of Singer sewing machines productions in the world.Copyrights are owned by the Berlin-based agency "Culture Management Berlin".Although they are often found at garage sales, flea markets, and estate sales with very low price tags, there are several models of antique Singer sewing machines that are highly sought after by collectors.These beautiful pieces of sewing history are popular with antiques collectors and sewing enthusiasts alike.around the late 1950's on-ward, most Singer Sewing Machines had their Model Numbers clearly visible on the front or base of most machines.Prior to the late 1950's, most Singer machines DID NOT have the Model Number anywhere on the machine, thereby making it very difficult to identify.Check to see how your machine is powered and choose the answer that best describes how your machine is powered.3. Check to see what drives the machine as it may be Belt-Driven or Gear-Driven.You have indicated that your machine is Electric Powered. Is there a RUBBER BELT that connects the motor to the Hand-Wheel? You have indicated that your machine HAS a Rubber Drive Belt.
This made it comparatively easy to use and inexpensive to produce, and "Singer" rapidly became a household name in sewing.
When it comes to Anderson, South Carolina Singer only lists 3 Years of Issue for all NA, NB and NC serial numbers that include Models 301, 301A, 401A, 403A, 500A and 503A.
These years are not completely accurate and are only the years of the entire allotted serial numbers; NA-1951, NB-1956 and NC-1961.
Right, let's get started: You will find your serial number embossed onto the metal body of your machine.
It looks like a little plate but it is in fact straight onto the body and can't be removed easily.