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But I also wanted to find out the model numberwhich at first I thought would be a far more difficult proposition.
Several parts are missing, it's not in great shape, and it's basically non-functionalbut it still is a wonderful piece of family memorabilia, and I love having it in my home.
My flat screen TV usually lives on top of the Singer cabinet, so I look at it every day.
Perhaps someday I'll refurbish it, and when that happens, it will be important to know a little more about the machine.
Thanks to Singer's recent 160th anniversary celebration, I was able to pinpoint my antique machine's model year by entering its serial number into Singer's online database.