When was my sewing machine manufactured? ... Shortly after WW2 the new
Japanese sewing machine industry, funded by US aid, flooded machines into ...
Other Make Antique Sewing Machines ... The Singer factory located in
Utsunomiya northwest of Tokyo, Japan was established ... Singer machines
produced at the Utsunomiya factory were identified by a suffix U added to their
Fifty years ago, sewing machine were built like tanks and were as common as ...
Most vintage machines manufactured in Japan are also excellent and often ...
Vintage Japanese 'Badged' Zig Zag and straight sew sewing machines. ... The
thread will be for pictures and info for all heavy metal Japanese made machines
that are not Singer Model 15 ... Some were made for Kenmore.
Feb 26, 2015 ... We list the sewing machines used on pocket bags of every Endrime jean, ...
about vintage garments – you need to understand the machines that made them
if ... Some of the purest brands from Japan–like Kapital, 45rpm, Big John, and ...
These single needle chain-stitch machines were used to stitch names ...
Later Remington sewing machines circa 1960. These models were made in
Japan and elsewhere using the old Remington name but are not connected with
Oct 1, 2012 ... I didn't know you were reading my blog, and I'm delighted to meet you. ... Here is
why people love vintage sewing machines: they are solidly built of metal to ....
The Herd: A pink Atlas, made in Japan for the Brother company.
Patented-antiques.com sells patented antique sewing machines,Toy Sewing ...
with a host of different names, and in general were made by the three major
makers. .... For example vintage electric sewing machines made in Japan after
On this page I will discuss the types of "antique" sewing machines we do not buy
... These machines can come with a host of different names, and most were made
by .... For example Vintage Electric Sewing Machines made in Japan after WWII ...
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Jan 24, 2014 ... The Sterling was made in Japan in the 1950s, patterned after Singer's famous
class 15 sewing machines, like the Singer 15-91. ... that doesn't yellow, flake, or
peel like the Singer machines, unfortunately, were susceptible to.