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You can try visiting your nearest BERNINA store to find out if they can help, you might get lucky and find an authorized BERNINA Technician that's been around forever and knows all about the older models.Or you can look at this brief history of BERNINA sewing machines at to see if you can find a similar model to yours.The manufacture dating provided here is reproduced from the original Company register numberlog books.Serial numbers for the years 1851 to 1870 are not available.After the last 503A was made in 1963 the Anderson plant manufactured power tools and domestic products.After 1975 the ‘Athena’ electronic sewing machines were made at Anderson.
Look for the model number of your machine if you are unable to locate the serial number or it is unreadable.Look for the Singer name on the front of your machine to confirm its identity as a Singer sewing machine.Whether it is a brand new or vintage machine, the Singer brand name will be on the machine.This is a long shot, but read the first few pages then scroll down to page #30 is also a list of phone #s that may have the info you are looking for. According to my information, Singer were sold by Remington Indusco Inc. There does not appear to be any consistency between manufacture date and the various numbers.Singer Sewing Machines were first manufactured in 1851.With the thousands of styles and designs that were made, it could require some effort to date your Singer sewing machines to the exact year of production.Still in existence as of 2010, the Singer Sewing Machine Company itself is a useful resource for information about your machines.Turn the sewing machine so the front is facing you.Locate the serial number stamped or embossed into a metal, rounded strip attached or embedded into the base of the machine in the front or on the base below the wheel.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.