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A few model 66 machines also used an unusual low bobbin winder not found on other models.

The stitch produced by the 66K was described as ‘near perfect’ and with the large harp clearance space it was a great favourite with tailors and seamstresses.

Below is a simple procedure to help you identify your old cast metal Singer Sewing machines manufactured prior to 1960.

Just answer the simple questions about your machine by clicking on the answer links and hopefully you will be able to identify it. If you are unsuccessful you can email me with a clear picture of your machine and its serial number.2.

Singer were making over 1,000,000 machines every 12 months and have been making sewing machines since 1851.

There were over 300 sewing machine manufacturers in Germany alone!

The Singer class 66 models were heavy duty domestic sewing machines that set the standard for several decades, and indeed the Class 66 bobbin and the 66 style horizontal oscillating hook arrangement are still in use on many ‘new’ sewing machines today.

Because the 66K’s were full size machines weighing around 30lbs, they were usually sold in treadle tables or cabinets, although some hand cranked models, and later on some electric models, were also sold.

Charges start at around 40 depending on the machine and the research needed.Now open the slide plate and look at the Bobbin Case.Locate the Bobbin Position Finger and note in which direction it is pointing.around the late 1950's on-ward, most Singer Sewing Machines had their Model Numbers clearly visible on the front or base of most machines.Prior to the late 1950's, most Singer machines DID NOT have the Model Number anywhere on the machine, thereby making it very difficult to identify.The 66K first introduced the horizontally mounted rotary hook arrangement with drop in bobbins.