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Serial numbers of machines built at Anderson in the 1950’s and 60’s started with the prefix NA, NB or NC.

The Singer Company has now put this information online go to Model 15 Serial No.The Model 99 is a smaller version of the Model 66 and was supposed to be more portable.It seems to have been introduced c1920 and production continued until c1950.The original models produced at the Anderson plant were the 301/301A, 401A/403A and 500A/503A.With the exception of the first 2 years production of 301’s, machines built at Anderson were identified with an ‘A’ suffix on the model numbers.Although introduced in America in 1933 the Singer 221 was not put into production at Kilbowie Scotland until 1947.

It was extremely successful and excellent sales meant it was produced in large numbers but as sales declined in the early 1950's the Singer Company in Great Britain introduced the pale turquoise (white) 221K in 1955, this version was only made at Kilbowie and was not sold by Singer in the USA.By the 1980’s when Singer ceased to make sewing machines in North America, the Anderson plant continued to manufacture power tools, until on 1st.July 1988 it was sold to Ryobi of Japan, who took over the Singer power tools business.In 1950 Singer built a new plant in Anderson, South Carolina for manufacturing a new range of slant-needle aluminium bodied sewing machines.Although the plant was officially opened in 1950, production did not start until 1951.You can email your machines Serial Number to Singer at Model 66K Serial No. Dated July-December 1918, when we bought this machine the case was locked so we were pleased to find the Lotus decals in perfect condition and the metal work still bright.