It is therefore my goal to establish a database of serial numbers for all Slant-needle models and create the most accurate "Year of Issue" as possible, the year your sewing machine was actually made.
The database includes, model, color, serial number, short or long bed, original purchase receipts, instruction manual copyright date and revised dates, other owner information.
You must be asking yourself, Why did Singer Customer Service for all these years, and even today, give out the incorrect information?
The simple answer is they don't know themselves.
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Dating in 2018 is more of a challenge than ever before, thanks in part to today's polarizing political landscape.
What happened to the years 1952, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 19.
Singer along with the Berlin-based agency "Culture Management Berlin" created a database of Singer sewing machine world productions in 2000 and 5 years later the list was finally finished and published in 2005.
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That means 99% of all "NA" serial numbered sewing machines were not made in 1951.
The 1% that were "Made in 1951" was a Limited Edition of 10,000 Singer Model 301 sewing machines allotted on 25 July 1951 to be manufactured at the Anderson factory.
When it comes to Anderson factory in 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 of NA-1951, NB-1956 and NC-1961.
This database is the first and only complete database of Singer sewing machines productions in the world.