Check to see how your machine is powered and choose the answer that best describes how your machine is powered.3. Check to see what drives the machine as it may be Belt-Driven or Gear-Driven.You have indicated that your machine is Electric Powered. Is there a RUBBER BELT that connects the motor to the Hand-Wheel? You have indicated that your machine HAS a Rubber Drive Belt.There is a lesser possibility that it could be the Model 191 or 206 but they can be identified at the same location and only one design was used on these machines.Our aim is to provide accurate and reliable data about all Singer sewing machines, but in the case of the model 301A extremely comprehensive details are already available at **Notice** I love vintage machines, but am not an expert.
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.
Now open the slide plate and look at the Bobbin Case.
Locate the Bobbin Position Finger and note in which direction it is pointing.
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.