How do I date my white sewing machine?

How can I tell what year my sewing machine was made?

Your serial number and/or model numbers should be on a metal plate on your machine. It is found in different places on different models so you may have to search your machine. If you find the serial number you may be able to find the model number which will tell you the year your machine was made.

Are White sewing machines still made?

New White-branded sewing machines models have not been manufactured since the Husqvarna spinoff in 2006. Singer, Husqvarna Viking and Pfaff brands are now all owned by SVP Worldwide.

White Sewing Machine Company.

Type Subsidiary
Founder Thomas H. White
Headquarters Cleveland , Ohio, United States
Area served Worldwide
Products Sewing machines

Do old sewing machines have any value?

Are Old Sewing Machines Valuable? Some collectible old sewing machines sell for a lot of money, but most antique and vintage machines have a typical price range of $50-$500. That said, if you’re an avid sewer, you probably value these old machines because of their durability more than their collectibility.

How do you read a Singer serial number?

Singer serial number decoder

The serial number can be found near the power switch, stamped on a brass plate or on the front panel. It will be in the format of either just numbers or with a letter prefix of one or two characters. If you have a dash in the serial number please include it.

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What size bobbin does a white sewing machine use?

Product description

Pack of 10 Top Quality Metal Bobbins for White & Kenmore Sewing Machines. Bobbin #744 Compatible with Kenmore Sewing Machine Models : 54, 117.720, 177.959 Compatible with White Sewing Machine Models : 31, 41, 43, 75, 77, 151, 153 and other rotary models.