Monday, July 30, 2012

Singer 421G Sewing Machine


First of all, let me say how excited I am about finding this machine! This is one of the rare German Singer machines that has eluded me for years!


It not only has a fantastic bed extension and storage space in the bed.... It also has a free arm!


It also came in a sweet Danish Modern (German Modern?) sewing cabinet, like I have never seen before!


Fancy



It even came with most of the attachments and the manual!


7 comments:

  1. I have that sewing machine, and I would kill for that manual! And I had no idea it has a free arm!

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    1. It is a fantastic machine! I think it was one of the first free arms!

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    2. Hello I am restoring one of these machines which I bought at a Goodwill. However it didn't come with the power cord and foot pedal. In looking at the socket on the side of the machine, it is different from my other Singers of the same era. I am wondering if the power is specific to Germany and does not work in North America. Are you able to post a photo of the socket and plug for me to compare?

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    3. Hi there! I sold this machine eons ago so I will have to dig around for my photos. As I recall my manual was in German and the power did not have to be converted to work on the US. I am pretty sure the controller/ power cord was the same as one of the two US 400 series versions. Thanks for visiting my blog!

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    4. ok. Thanks I will look at the US 400 versions.

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