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A joint licensing agreement for offering this entire database on the Internet, print media is only between the Culture Management Berlin [Germany] and the Singer Corporation NV [USA]. The only production records from the Anderson factory is in 1951 when a limited edition of only 10,000 Singer Model 301 sewing machines were manufactured for the Centennial Year Celebration.
Licenses can be purchased only through the agency "Culture Management Berlin". There are absolutely no production records from 1952 to 1963.
The following chart is provided to help you have a better idea of when your Singer Featherweight was manufactured.
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.
To date your Singer Featherweight, you will need to locate the serial number on the bottom of your machine.
It has two letters followed by a series of six numbers.
Serial numbers on Singer sewing machines manufactured prior to 1900 are numbers only.
Using the serial number you can use the charts below to find the date when your machine was given a batch assignment at the factory.
If you do not find your machine serial number listed in the charts, then further in the text below will be more references and info.
How to Identify an old machine without a serial number..?
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.
Therefore, the following dates can be considered to be "close".