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    No.

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  2. If it's an antique, it was probably made by the...

    If it's an antique, it was probably made by the National sewing machine company.
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    Free manufactured their own sewing machines AND...

    Free manufactured their own sewing machines AND purchased machines from the National Sewing Machine Company. Both did 'badged' machines, putting another name on the arm. Hope it helps.
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    It's probably a Singer 15 clone.

    It's probably a Singer 15 clone.
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    I favor heavy metal machines of the last century,...

    I favor heavy metal machines of the last century, from the fifties on. The Japanese machines from the 50s 60s into the 70s tend to be real workhorses. They come under a hundred different names. ...
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    Most older sewing machines really aren't worth...

    Most older sewing machines really aren't worth much.

    White Rotary sewing machines were second most common in that era, next to singer, and are relatively common. Perfect decals might make it...
  7. Montgomery Ward's VS sewing machines were made by...

    Montgomery Ward's VS sewing machines were made by the National Sewing Machine Company. The Model R means it sews in reverse; National was the first to develop this ability in the States. National...
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